HECOL 321
Financial Planning Overview
Sept 5, 2017
PFP: personal economic satisfaction
Goals should be realistic, stated in measurable times, have a time frame, and indicate action to be taken
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1. A production process is designed to ll containers with a mean lling weight of
=16'ounces. If the process underlls containers, the consumer will not receive
Financial managers must be concerned with which of the following aspects of cash flows?
I.
Amount of the cash flow
II.
Timing of the cash flow
III.
Likelihood of the cash flow being received
IV.
Possi
The percentage change in firm operating income relative to the percentage change in quantity
sold is called (the):
Select one:
a. Degree of operating leverage
b. Gross profit
c. Net profit
d. Financia
Assignment 1 Due Oct. 2 at 4:30pm
1) WPL Health clubs has several locations. The owners invested an initial $500,000 to start
their business 10 years ago and it has retained earnings of $1,000,000. Th
You own and live in an apartment unit. As a result of a kitchen fire, some of your personal
property has suffered smoke damage.
Select one:
a. Homeowner
b. Comprehensive Coverage Insurance
c. Tenant
d
FNCE 301OP59 Introductory Finance Capital Budgeting Assignment
FNCE 301 CAPITAL BUDGETING ASSIGNMENT
Due date: Jun 12, 2017, 6:00 pm (NO LATE ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED)
Orange Inc. has just comple
QUESTION # 1 EARNINGS PER SHARE
Information for Arnold Co. is as follows for the year ended June 30, 2014:
1. Net income after a discontinued operation after tax gain of $50,000 was $500,000.
2. At Ju
I have assigned the groups as indicated below. There are some joint presentations (where two groups
will be presenting the same topic). These will be individual presentations. I do have some students
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Sahil Brotia  Part 3
Account Reconciliation Journal Jan 01, 2015 to Jan 31, 2015
Account Number
Account Description
Jan 31, 2015
J58
Bank statement, Interest Income
1060
Bank: Chequing Account
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Client Aged Detail As at 11/30/2017
Source
Total
Current
31 to 60
61 to 90
91+
5,330.00
5,330.00
5,480.00
5,480.00
5,480.00
5,480.00
5,330.00
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BUS201
William Shanks
Business Planning Workbook: Step 5 Part A
Q31. Based on all the decisions arrived at previously, rewrite (with adjustments as necessary)
your:
mission statement
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FNCE 113: Introduction to Quantitative Decision
FNCE 113: Chapter 07: Simple Interest
Learning Objective:
At the end of this chapter, you will be able to:
Find the amount of simple interest
Compute
FNCE 113: Introduction to Quantitative Decision
FNCE 113: Chapter 5
CostVolumeProfit (CVP) Analysis and Break Even
Learning Objective:
At the end of this chapter, you will be able to:
Analyse and
FNCE 113: Introduction to Quantitative Decision
FNCE 113: Chapter 4: Linear Systems

Learning Objective:
At the end of this chapter, you will be able to:
Solve linear equations in singe and two vari
FNCE: 113, LP Class Practice Note 01, Chapter 18
LP Chapter 18: Linear Programming Models:
Graphical and Computer Methods
Recommended Reading: Must read the chapter summary uploaded in BB site.
Class
FNCE 113, LP Class Practice Note 02, Chpater 19
LP Chapter 19: Linear Programming Modeling Applications with
Computer Analyses in Excel
Recommended Reading: Must read the chapter summary uploaded in
FNCE 113: LP Class Practice Note 03, Chapter 20
LP Chapter 20: Integer, Goal, and Nonlinear Programming Models
Recommended Readings: Must read the chapter summary uploaded in BB site.
Class Work: Pra
Chapter 1: Review of Arithmetic
Learning Objectives:
At the end of this chapter, you will be able to:
Identify the basic rules for order of operations.
Solve percentage problems, fraction, rate, bas
Chapter 11
Ordinary Simple Annuities
Learning Objectives:
After completing chapter nine, you will be able to:
Distinguish between types of annuities based on term, Payment date, and
conversion perio
Chapter 6:
Trade Discounts, Cash Discounts, Markup and
Markdown
Learning Objective:
At the end of this chapter, you will be able to:
Define cost with trade discount
Compute payment terms and cash di
Chapter 3: Ratio, Proportion and Percent
Learning Objective:
At the end of this chapter, you will be able to:
Learn about ratio, proportions and percent
Solve basic percentage problems
Compute curr