Exercise 81: FIFO and LIFO Inventory (Study the FIFO and LIFO explanations
in the chapter).
a1. Use the format in Exhibit 81 below to compute the ending FIFO
inventory and the cost of goods sold, assuming $90,000 in sales;
beginning inventory 500 units @
Outline of the Project
I. History of the Company
a. Founding of the firm
b. State of incorporation
d. Growth history
e. Size of the firm, number of shareholders, etc
f. To understand the relationship between managers and stockholde
Corporate governance has become increasingly important over the years. The SarbanesOxley (SOX) Act was enacted to improve transparency in financial accounting and to
prevent fraud. Which of the following is correct?
fraud has not occurred since enactment
Group Project Cover Sheet SEM
INSTRUCTION FOR SUBMISSION OF HARD COPY (PRINT) PROJECT
1. Read and sign your cover sheet.
2. Attach this sheet to the front of your assignm
Read the case "If the Shoe Fits (and Even if It Doesn't): Customer
Zappos" at the end of Chapter 14.
Answer the following questions and/or statements in detail:
1. The great customer service at Zappos increases costs - free same-day
Leasing Versus purchasing Paper
Leasing is a contact that grants an equipment possession to another party for a specified period of
time. It is accompanied with an agreed compensation for that period while purchasing is a
process of acquiring a good or se
In 2000 the firm 3Com spun out its personal digital assistant division as Palm Inc. On February
23, 2001, the financial services firm Telerate reported the following information about Palm.
The closing price for a share of Palm was $21.69.
Based on the information below, calculate the weighted average cost of capital.
Great Corporation has the following capital situation.
Debt: One thousand bonds were issued five years ago at a coupon rate of 8%. They had 25-year terms
and $1,000 face value
Please value the following company under three different scenarios. The capital
structure and WACC is the same under each scenario.
No Growth: This scenario is a typical no growth scenario where there are some
modest growth assumptions f
Titan Football Manufacturing had the following operating results for 2014: sales = $19,910; cost of goods
sold = $13,850; depreciation expense = $2,240; interest expense = $280; dividends paid = $680. At the
beginning of the year, net fixed assets were $2
Do regulators need to use the macroprudential policy tools to control
Between 10 and 15 relevant academic journals with Harvard referencing.
Look into what Mario Draghi and the IMF what they have said abo
Assume that you are 23 years old and that you place $3,000 year-end
deposits each year into a stock index fund that earns an average of 9.5% per
year for the next 17 years.
1. How much money will be in the account at the end of 17 years?
2. How much money
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Here is a guideline for answering (c) in Assignment 2 this week.
C. The company will use new bonds for any capital
project, according to the capital structure. These bonds
will have a market and par value of $1000, with a coupon
rate of 4% and a flotation
Complete the following exercise. Fill in the Excel
spreadsheet provided via the link below to provide your
answers to parts a, and b. Then paste the Excel data into a
Word document on which you can also write the answer to
An Initial Public Offering (IPO) is the ways by which privately held companies transform
into publicly traded companies. IPOs are in most cases given by smaller, companies
looking for the capital to expand, but can also involve large privately owned compa
Please value the following company under three different scenarios. The capital structure and
WACC is the same under each scenario.
No Growth: This scenario is a typical no growth scenario where there are some modest growth
1. A Beth Innovations Inc is planning a project with an investment of $ 15 million to produce a gadget.
The market for the gadget is 10 million gadgets.
Beth intends to capture 10% of the market.
The Variable Cost of each gadget is estimated at $ 10.
Kudler has plenty of room to increase sales while controlling costs. The first place they should
start is renegotiating the cost associated with rent in the locations where they already have stores.
Since they already occupy the stores and show good payme
Risk and Return
We examined two very important topics in finance this week: risk and return. To summarize our
discussion of the tradeoffs involved with risk and return, view the Evaluating Business
Performance: Small Business Case Studies video
Weekly Summary #1
Each week for the next 4 weeks, you will be completing a summary assignment. The instructions
for this week is below. Students that put forth excellent quality work will be awarded extra credit
1. Choose a company that y
Using the Ashford University Library as a resource, find two articles that discuss financial
ratio analysis. Identify two advantages and two disadvantages to using ratios in financial
analysis. Be sure to cite your sources using APA format as
I wound like each ANSWER TO BE WRITTEN BELOW
EACH QUESTION WITH THE CALULATION SHOWN SO I
CAN KNOW HOW THE ANSWER CAME ABOUT AND
STUDY THE OUTCOME FOR FUTURE QUESTIONS.
1. (Future value) To what amount will $5000 invested for 10
years at 11 % compounde
INSTRUCTIONS: Your second case assignment is focused on stock valuation concepts as covered
in class and in Chapter 7 of the text. Please read the case through and give some thought to your
answers before you begin your report. Answer all parts of the 1
This project has two parts. calculations and a 4 page essay. While the calculation
requirements of this assignment are important, equally important are your discussion and
analysis of the quantitative results. You will submit two files: 1) a spreadsheet c
BUSI 320 Comprehensive Problem 2 Version B
You have been asked to assess the expected financial impact of each of the following proposals to
improve the profitability of credit sales made by your company. Each proposal is independent of the
Due April 25.
Application: Process Flow Analysis
Have you ever encountered a process that had too many steps or was overly complicated? Perhaps you
examined the process and looked for areas where you could remove steps or simplify its flow. If you did,
1) Macys preferred stock pays $14 in annual dividends. If your required rate of return is 7.61%,
how much would you be willing to pay for one share of this preferred stock?
2) Golden Rod Corp.s preferred stock os cur