FIN 341 Exercise#7WACC
Weighted Average Cost of Capital (WACC) =
(Wd)(Kd) + (Wpfd)(Kpfd) + (We)(Ke)
1. The capital structure (Wd, Wpfd, and We) of Tucker
Company is 25%, 10%, and 65%, and the cost of the bonds,
preferred stock, and common stock (Kd, Kpfd,
EXERCISE#13 - FIN 341
TUCKER CORPORATION
INCOME STATEMENT
4-30-2014
1. SALES
2. GAIN ON SALE OF LONG-TERM ASSETS
3. COST OF GOODS SOLD
4.
GROSS PROFIT
5. SELLING & ADMINISTRATIVE X
6. DEPRECIATION EXPENSE
7.
OPERATING PROFIT (EBIT)
8. LOSS ON SALE OF LONG
EXERCISE#5 - FIN 341
XYZ CORPORATION
INCOME STATEMENT - 12-31-2016
1. SALES
2. COST OF GOODS SOLD
3.
GROSS PROFIT
4. SELLING, GENERAL & ADMINISTRATIVE X
5. RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT X
6. DEPRECIATION & AMORTIZATION X
7.
OPERATING INCOME (OPERATING PROFIT)
8.
FIN 341 - Exercise#12 (KEY)
Note - the Future Value Syntax is =FV(rate,nper,pmt,[pv],[type])
rate = % or decimal, nper = number of periods, (years, months etc.), pmt = payments,
since there are no payments for a lump sum FV problem, put a comma & a blank
FIN 341 Vocabulary List#1
Corporate Finance and the Financial Manager
Welcome to FIN 341! Utilize these Vocabulary Lists as a study
guide for each of the concepts which will be covered in this
course.
Students study the area of Finance because financial
FIN 341-Finance-Quiz#11 (A)-Based on Exercise#11
Solve the following problems. Future Value Annuity Due & Present Value Annuity Due
Future Value of an Annuity Due
1. An investor places $25,000 in an Individual Retirement Account (IRA) at the beginning of
FIN 341 - Exercise#11 (KEY)
Future Value of an Annuity Due is a derivative of the Future Value
of an Ordinary Annuity formula. The assumption is that the $
money is invested at the Beginning of the year (1-01-XX). Your
answer will be larger then the Futu
FIN 341 - Exercise#2
BALANCE SHEET-06-30-17-TUCKER COMPANY
ASSETS
CURRENT ASSETS
Cash
Marketable securities
Accounts Receivable
Less: Allowance for bad debts
Inventory
Prepaid Expenses
Total Current Assets
Other Assets:
Investments
Fixed Assets:
Plant and
FIN 341 Exercise#12
Calculate the following two practice problems using the Future
Value formula of Future Value = $Present Value * (1+R)^N
After calculating the Future Value with your calculator, calculate
the Future Value using the Excel spreadsheet,
FIN 341 Vocabulary List#2(A)
Introduction to Financial Statement Analysis
Financial statements are accounting reports that a firm issues
periodically to describe its past performance.
Investors, financial analysts, managers, and other interested
parties
FIN 341 - Exercise#17 BONDS
Bonds are called Debt securities. Bonds normally pay interest
twice a year (semi-annually), every six months. The bond interest
is called coupon payments. The bond interest % is called coupon
payment %.
Bonds when they mature
FIN 341 Quiz#12 (A) Based On EX#12
Solve the following five Future Value problems using your
calculator, then solve the same five problems using the Excel
spreadsheet. You will generate the same answer with the
calculator and the spreadsheet. Transfer the
FIN 341-Finance-Quiz#11 (A)-Based on
Exercise#11
Solve the following problems. Future Value Annuity Due & Present
Value Annuity Due
Future Value of an Annuity Due
1. An investor places $25,000 in an Individual Retirement Account (IRA) at
the beginning of
FIN 341-Finance-Quiz#10 (A) -Based on
Exercise#10
Solve the following problems. Future Value of an Ordinary Annuity,
Present Value, & Present Value of an Ordinary Annuity
Future Value Ordinary Annuity
1. An investor places $15,000 in a mutual fund that hi
FIN 341-Finance - Quiz#9 (A) -Based on
Exercise#9
Solve the following problems. Rule of 72, Simple Interest, & Future
Value
Rule of 72
1. How many years does it take an investment to double earning 6%?
Rule of 72
2. How many years does it take an investme
FIN 341 QUIZ#7 (A)
BASED ON EXERCISE#7
Per Share Ratios
(Note - the dividends for the two companies has been changed)
EarningsPerShare(EPS)=Net Income(Earnings After Taxes) Preferred Stock
Dividends/Common Stock Shares Outstanding ($)
(REVISED)
BookValueP
FIN 341 QUIZ#7 (A) BASED ON EXERCISE#7
(REVISED)
Per Share Ratios
(Note - the dividends for the two companies has been changed)
Earnings Per Share (EPS) = Net Income(Earnings After Taxes) Preferred Stock
Dividends/Common Stock Shares Outstanding ($)
Book
FIN 341 QUIZ#7 (A) BASED ON EXERCISE#7
Per Share Ratios
Earnings Per Share (EPS) = Net Income(Earnings After Taxes) Preferred Stock
Dividends/Common Stock Shares Outstanding ($)
Book Value Per Share (BVPS) = Stockholders Equity (Book Value) Preferred Stoc
FIN 341 Exercise#9 (KEY)
Solve the following problems.
Rule of 72
A. How many years does it take an investment to double earning 8%?
72/8% = 9 years
B. If inflation is 3%, how many years does it take for prices to double?
72/3% = 24 years
1. How many year
FIN 341 - Exercise#10 (KEY)
Future Value of an Ordinary Annuity (Placed on 12-31-xx) The
assumption is that the $ money is invested at the END of the year (12-31XX).
FVIFA = (Future Value Interest Factor of an Ordinary Annuity)
FVIFA = PV x (1+R)^N-1/R PV
FIN 341 Quiz#6 (A) Based on - Exercise#6
1. Company A has its common stock selling for $40 a share, there
is $16 million of net income, and 8 million shares outstanding.
Calculate the Earnings Per Share and Price Earnings ratio.
Verify that the Earnings P
EXERCISE#1 - FIN 341
TUCKER CORPORATION
Note-Exercises are not
INCOME STATEMENT
turned in for points, but
6/30/2017
help students with the Quizzes.
1. SALES
2. COST OF GOODS SOLD
3. GROSS PROFIT
4. SELLING & ADMINISTRATIVE X
5. DEPRECIATION EXPENSE
6. OPE
FIN 341 - Exercise#17 BONDS (KEY)
Bonds are called Debt securities. Bonds normally pay interest
twice a year (semi-annually), every six months. The bond interest
is called coupon payments. The bond interest % is called coupon
payment %.
Bonds when they
FIN 341 EXERCISE#18 (KEY)
Calculate the annual % return from the following capital gain
problems.
Annual % Return = ($Current Value/Initial Purchase
Price)^1/#Years - 1
A) An investor bought $20,000 worth of Coca-Cola shares 10 years
ago, and today they
FIN 341 - Exercise#16 (KEY)
(Note - #3 & #9 years changed from 10 to 15)
A) An investor invested $20,000 in a stock that has averaged an 8% return for 15 years. He/she
will also invest $1,000 at the end of each year for 15 years. Calculate the future valu
FIN 341 Quiz#15 (A) - Based on Exercise#15
Calculate the finance charge, total deferred payment price, and
annual percentage rate (APR) for problems #1 to #4.
1. Customer#1 looked at an item with a cash purchase price of $40,000.
Customer#1 qualified for
FIN 341 QUIZ#13 (A) Based on Exercise#13
Calculate the following Time Value of Money problems using information from Exercise#9,
#10, #11, #12, and #13. Use either the Future Value, Future Value Ordinary Annuity, Future
Value Annuity Due, Present Value, P
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