Storehouse, start small and start now. God will bless you.
Oil, plan for what may occur in the future. (car insurance)
Hoading, keep reserves for 1) something planned, 2) expected payments, 3) the unexpected.
Continue to have faith.
A lesson from b
time value of money - looking at cash flows through out the year. Money is worh a different
value at different points in the year.
taking a present value to the future = compounding
bringing a future value to the present = discounting
annuity? -> same dol
We wish to find the future value of $100 invested at 8% interest compounded
semiannually or quarterly or continuously for 2 years.
Using HP 10-BII for Compounding More Frequently Than Annually
(Using Example, Pg. 161)
STUDY & REVIEW GUIDE Exam 1 Chapters 1-4 MBA 621
Note: The supplemental ethics boxes from Chapters 1 and 2 (especially the one from Chapter
1) will be helpful in adding to your answer to Question 1-7 for this exam.
Know the 7 ratios from memory (found on
4-30. Roban Corporation. Good one to study for the exam Complete Solution.
Study the example on Pages 141-142 first (Starbucks).
a. Terminal value in 2015: TV2015 =
Notice this is the value as of the end of
OCF =EBIT Taxes + Depreciation
OCF =[EBIT x (1 T)] + Depreciation
FCF= OCF- FA- ( CA - A/P - accruals)
FA = change in gross fixed assets,
CA = change in current assets,
A/P = change in accounts payable, and
accruals = change in
Night 1 Assignment MBA 621Managerial Finance
First, get the textbook and read first two assigned chapters (these are to be read before
Chapters 1 and 2 (Corporate Finance, Graham/Smart/Megginson, 3rd edition).
Second, read emailed article (look
Problem 7-2 In-class Exercise using Alpha project
Alpha ($ in millions)
Initial Outlay ($1.5)
(a) Calculate the payback period
Cash Flow Cumulative CF
Problem 7-4 In-class Exercise calculating NPV
Data: Each project is 20 years in length [We can
assume the cash inflows occur each year for those 20
years since they are stated as cash inflows per year.]
The companys opportunity cost is 14%.
(a) Initial ca
- Week 1 Homework
There is a difference between profit maximization and shareholder maximization.
Profit maximization ultimately increases earnings per share (EPS), while increasing shareholder wealth
is measured by the firm's stock price. EPS is the
The Martin Center
Whom it may concern
Spiritual Financial Advice
I applaud the growth and success that you have found in recent month in the
downtown canton area. Having worked on a number of volunteer
Chapter 1 Ethics Box John Zietlow
Focus on Practice: Ethics at Hewlett-Packard
Hewlett-Packard was started in 1939 by Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard based on principles of fair dealing
and respectlong before anyone coined the expression corporate social re
Exam 2 Chapters 5-8, 10-13 Study & Review Guide
I will have you write on three of these questions (I will give you five to pick from, and I will
include five from this listing): Question 10-3, 10-5, 10-23, 11-4, 11-11, 11-15, 12-1, 12-4, 12-9,
Chapter 2 Ethics Box John Zietlow
Focus on Practice: Investors and SOX declare war on accounting misdeeds
If you are a student at Rutgers University, you may have taken the new course
"Cooking the Books", with the entire focus on financial fraud. If you s
Problem 7-24 In-class Exercise calculating NPV
(part a) and Profitability Index (part c)
Data: These two projects are competing, or
mutually exclusive. Each project is considered to be
equally risky. The companys required return is
CASH FLOWS - Proje
12/27/2011 12/28/2010 12/29/2009 12/30/2008
Cash & Short Term Investments
Receivables - Net
Inventories - Total
Other Current Assets
CURRENT ASSETS - TOTAL
Issue Date: Principles of Stewardship, Posted On: 8/15/2005
Business and Ministry Myths
The "business" component of ministry is becoming increasingly important each year as
financial, legal, and administrative responsibilities and opportuniti
MS Office Help - Accessing REGRESSION
Load the Analysis ToolPak
1. Click the Microsoft Office Button
, and then click Excel Options.
2. Click Add-ins, and then in the Manage box, select Excel Add-ins.
3. Click Go.
4. In the Add-Ins available box, select t
Q11-4. Common stockholders are known as residual claimants because they collect only after the
creditors and preferred shareholders are paid. They collect the residuals. Being last on the totem pole
means that this stock is the riskiest,
Cost of Revenue
Selling General and Administrative
Total Operating Expenses
Operating Income or Loss
Income from Continuing Operations
Church Loan Analysis
Here are the best places to get information on church loans.
1. Bank of the West
101. Informational efficiency refers to how quickly the markets incorporate
investment decisions if all information is not incorporated int