Discussion Forum #4
(Problems 4 and 5)
Problem 4:
If the cost of capital is 9 percent and an investment costs $56,000, should you make this
investment if the estimated cash flows are $5,000 for years 1 through 3, $10,000 for years 4
through 6, and $15,000
Amelia Armstrong
Principles of Finance
Mentor: Tim E. Price
Date Due: July 5, 2017
Word Count:
Title
(Discussion Forum 5)
Business is a capricious machine: a high-maintenance, often cantankerous, unpredictably
fickle finance apparatus with only as much se
Amelia Armstrong
Principles of Finance
Mentor: Tim E. Price
Date Due: June 11, 2017
Written Assignment #4
(pp. 294295)
Problem 1:
a. PB = (coupon x PVAIF) + (principal x PVIF)
PB = $60 (PVAIF 8I, 10N) + $1,000 (PVIF 8I, 10N)
PB = $60 (6.710) + $1,000 (.46
Amelia Armstrong
Principles of Finance
Mentor: Tim E. Price
Date Due: July 16, 2017
Written Assignment #7
(pp. 558-561, 585-586)
Chapter 25
Problem 5:
a. EOQ =
2 SF
C
EOQ =
2 ( 5,000 ) (5)
3.5
EOQ = 119.5 units
b. Sales per day = 5,000 (# of units) / 365
Amelia Armstrong
Principles of Finance
Mentor: Tim E. Price
Date Due: July 2, 2017
Written Assignment #6
(pp.428-429; 464-469)
Chapter 21
Problem 1:
a. kd = i(1 t)
kd = 8.5% (1 30%)
kd = .085 (1 .30)
kd = 0.0595
kd = 5.95% (after-tax cost of debt)
b. kp
Amelia Armstrong
Principles of Finance
Mentor: Tim E. Price
Date Due: May 28, 2017
Written Assignment #3
(pp. 238-239, 261-262, and 307)
Chapter 10
Problem 3:
a. $90/2 = $45
$45 is the new price of the stock after the two for one split
b. Payout ratio be
Running head: THE HERSHEY COMPANY
The Hershey Company:
A Brief Look at the Financial Standings of the Worlds Sweetest Corporation
Amelia G. Armstrong
Thomas Edison State University
1
2
THE HERSHEY COMPANY
Table of Contents
Abstract.3
Introduction
and
Sele
Amelia Armstrong
Principles of Finance
Mentor: Tim E. Price
Date Due: May 7, 2017
Written Assignment #1
(pp. 124-126)
Problem 1:
a. P0 x FVIF (5I, 10N) = P10
$1,000(1.629) = $1,629
FV of deposit ($1,629) original deposit ($1,000) = $629 total earnings
b.
Amelia Armstrong
Principles of Finance
Mentor: Tim E. Price
Date Due: May 21, 2017
Written Assignment #2
(pp. 206-207)
Problem 3:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
i.
$1,340,000 (Accounts Receivable)
$2,980,000 (Total Current Assets)
$300,000 (Land)
$690,000 (Accum
Amelia Armstrong
Principles of Finance
Mentor: Tim E. Price
Date Due: June 18, 2017
Written Assignment #5
(pp. 384385)
Problem 2:
a. Break-even level of output = Fixed costs / Price of product Per-unit variable cost
Break-even level of output = $3,000 / (
BP: Costco Wholesale in 2012 CSA
1
Costco Wholesale in 2012: Mission, Business Model, and Strategy Case Study
By: Alicia Walker-Carman
Thomas Edison State College
January Term 2017
Professor-Dr. Lawrence Ness
Due: January 8, 2017
BP: Costco Wholesale in 2
BP: Costco Wholesale in 2012 CSA
1
Costco Wholesale in 2012: Mission, Business Model, and Strategy Case Study
By: Alicia Walker-Carman
Thomas Edison State College
January Term 2017
Professor-Dr. Lawrence Ness
Due: January 8, 2017
BP: Costco Wholesale in 2
SM: Coach, Inc. in 2012 CSA
1
Case 7: Coach Inc. in 2012: Its Strategy in the Accessible Luxury Goods Market,
by John E. Gamble and Ronald W. Eastburn
Case Study Assignment #4
By: Alicia Walker-Carman
Thomas Edison State College
January Term 2017
Professo
Formulas
Total Asset Turnover: Net sales/Average Total Assets
Times Interest Earned: Income before interest expense and income/interest expense
Debt to Equity Ratio: Total Liabilities/Total Equity
Basic Earnings per a share: Net Income-Preferred Dividends
Brett Jessen
Written Assignment 3
Chapter 10
3. Jersey Mining earns $9.50 a share, sells for $90, and pays $6 per share dividend. The stock is split for
two for one and a $3 per share cash dividend is declared.
A.) What will be the new price of stock?
100
Brett Jessen
Written Assignment 6
Chapter 21
1. HBM, Inc. has the following capital structure:
Assets
$400,00
Debt
$140,000
Preferred stock
20,000
Common stock
240,000
The common stock is currently selling for $15 a share, pays a cash dividend of $0.75 pe
Brett Jessen
Written Assignment 5
Chapter 19
2.) The management of a firm wants to introduce a new product. The product will sell for $4 a
unit and can be produced by either of two scales of operation. In the first, total costs are:
TC= $3,000 + $2.8Q
$4Q
Brett Jessen
Written Assignment 7
Chapter 25
3. a. What is the EOQ for a firm that sells 5,000 units when the cost of placing an order is $5 and the carrying
costs are $3.50 per unit?
EOQ = 2 x 5000 x $5
$3.50
= 14,285.71
=120 (Economic order quantity is
Brett Jessen
Written Assignment 4
1.) A $1000 bond has a coupon of 6% and matures after 10 years.
a. What would be the bonds price if comparable debt yields 8%?
P = Price of the Bond
PMT = Periodic interest payment
n= number of years to maturity
FV = Prin
Brett Jessen
Written Assignment 2
3. Fill in the blanks ( _ ) with the correct entries.
Assets
Current assets
Cash
Accounts receivable
(1,340,000 less)
allowance for
doubtful accounts of
$20,000)
Inventory
Total current assets
Land
Plant and equipment
($2
Brett Jessen
Written Assignment 1
1. You invest $1,000 in a certificate of deposit that matures after 10 years and pays 5 percent
interest, which is compounded annually until the certificate matures.
a.
How much interest will the saver earn if the interes
1.
Choose two firms that compete within the same industry (e.g., J.C.
Penney and Sears, Johnson & Johnson and Merck, Ford and GM).
2.
Go to each firm's website, and then access and download their annual
reports (financial statements).
3.
Using the account
Problem 3 page 553
a. what is the EOQ for a firm that sells 5,000 units when the cost of placing
an order is $5 and carrying costs are $3.50 per unit?
EOQ=
(2*(size of each order)*(cost per order)/(cost to carry)
EOQ=
(2*5,000*5)/3.50)
EOQ=
120
b. how lon
Written assignment 5
problem 1 page 291
1. a $1,000 bond has a coupon of 6 percent and matures after 10 years
a. what would be the bond's price if comparable debt yields 8 percent?
pv( rate, nmpr, pmt, fv, type)
pv(8%, 10, 60, 1000,0)
($865.80) annually
s
Problem 1 page 460
what is the internal rate of return on the investment
RATE(nper,pmt,pv,fv,type)
rate(5,6000,-23958,0,0
8%
problem 2 page 460
a. what investments should the firm make according to net present value?
a
cash flow
intrst factor
present valu
Problems 2 page 579
What are the interest payment and the origination fee required by the loan
what is the rate of interest charged by the bank?
borrow 65,000 for 1 year
3.5% discount loan
1.5% origination fee
the interest payment is :
65000*.1*(120/360)=
1) Forecasting is important in an organization because it is the practice that is put into use by
organizations and businesses in order to be able to estimate the future demand for products
and services. The following 6 steps should be used when creating
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PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE
FIN-301-GS
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Course Essentials
Principles of Finance serves as an introduction to
March 25, 2012
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Assignment #3
3. Jersey Mining earns $9.50 a share, sells for $90, and pays a $6 per share dividend. The stock
is split t
8/3/2014
WA #5
Except for one problem this work assignment was well executed and organized.
As a result I graded same as a 95. To understand my grade and to see how the
MISSED problem is solved I would direct you to the attached worksheet (your
worksheet)