Financial Statement Analysis
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SAVINGS ACCOUNTS MODEL
Invest $1,000 at t=0; return on investment = 15%; discount rate = 10%.
a. Use FCF valuation model to compute V and NPV
b. Use RI valuation model to compute V and NPV
At t=0, Investment (BV) =
ACCT 3343.2 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING ANALYSIS
ASSIGNMENT #1 DUE: September 21, 2016
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Question #1 (30marks).
The following is selected information from PROLIX Inc.s financial statements. Solve for the
missing amounts for each of the 5 y
ACCT 3343.1 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING ANALYSIS
SOLUTION TO ASSIGNMENT # 5
E9-48. Omit part c.
E9-48. (25 minutes)
a. Selling price of bonds
Present value of principal repayment ($600,000 0.09722).$ 58,332
Present value of interest payments ($33,000
FORECASTING AND VALUATION ACCT 3343
1. Model FCF A set of equations to forecast values for each component of FCF. Each
equation uses an assumption, often in the form of a ratio.
2. Set the model assumptions and compute the results.
3. Refine the model
Student Solution Manual for
Introduction to Linear Algebra
Geza Schay and Dennis Wortman
1.1.1. P R = r p, P Q = q p, and QP = p q.
QC = 2 QP = 2 p 12 q, P C = 12 P Q = 12 q 12 p, and OC = 12 r = 12 p+ 12 q.
1.1.3. p + q = (2, 3, 1) + (1, 2, 2) = (3,
KF Corporation reported basic eps of $3.00 and diluted eps of $2.40 for 2006. The companys
eps calculations are shown next:
Div on 10% convertible Preferred
Weighted-average C/S outstanding
Basic eps = $3.00
Stock option di
Problem Set 2 Solutions
ECON 3303 Fall 2016
A. Since the data are not in deviations form, our OLS estimator of the slope coefficient is:
2 = [NXiYi (Xi)(Yi)]/[NXi2 (Xi)2], which gives the point estimate
OCT 26, 2015
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TEMPORARY AND PERMANENT DIFFERENCES
Creation of a deferred tax asset or liability occurs
- Only if the book/tax difference is temporary (i.e., if it reverses itself at
some future date) and
- Only t
Dec 2, 2015
Exercise grade: Total Exercises (15)
Quiz 1 average: 70%
Quiz 2 average (pre-adjustment): 60%,
I have added 1.5 marks for your quiz 2 to
increase the average to 7
NOV 25, 2015
ACCOUNTING PROFITS AND TAXABLE INCOME
When taxable income is greater than accounting profit:
- Actual income taxes payable will exceed the financial accounting
income tax expense.
- Deferred tax ass
Four Possible Purposes
Four possible reasons to allocate period costs appropriately are to:
Provide information for economic decisions.
Motivate managers and employees.
Justify either costs or reimbursement internal
CFP Education Program
Risk Management Fundamentals, Health, and
Property & Casualty
CFP Education Program
Apply a working knowledge of the principles of risk
management and needs analysis
Analyze the characteristics associat
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ACCT 3343.1 ASSIGNMENT # 6 DUE: November 23, 2016
Question # 1 (40 marks)
December 31, 2010 is t=0. Sales = $2,000; Dep =$240; NOI = $240.
Growth rate (g)
Changes in Dep afterward
Problem Set 1
SMU - Fall 2016
The Stata software can be used in the lab (L182)
Due on Wednesday (10/16) by 4:00 pm in office (S343).
Should be submitted individually.
There is no right or wrong answer in this assignment. This is an exercise that