Problems
Problem 1-6
Problem 1-7
Problem 1-6
You are a shareholder in a C corporation. The corporation earns $2 per
share before taxes. Once it has paid taxes it will distribute the rest of its
earnings to you as a dividend. The corporate tax rate is 40%
First Course Project
The purpose of this project is to help you develop skills not only in performing the calculations
behind financial analysis but interpreting the numbers as well.
You are to pick a company. You should pick one either from the industry
Week 2 Problem Set
Answer the following questions and solve the following problems in the space provided.
When you are done, save the file in the format flastname_Week_2_Problem_Set.docx,
where flastname is your first initial and you last name, and submit
Week 3 Problem Set
Answer the following questions and solve the following problems in the space provided.
When you are done, save the file in the format flastname_Week_3_Problem_Set.docx,
where flastname is your first initial and you last name, and submit
1.
Question :
(TCO A) Which of the following statements is CORRECT?
Student
Answer:
One of the disadvantages of incorporating a business is that the
owners then become subject to liabilities in the event the firm goes
bankrupt.
Sole proprietorships are su
WACC Analysis of Kohls (KSS)
1
DeVry University
Keller Graduate School of Management
WACC Analysis of Kohls (KSS)
WACC Analysis of Kohls (KSS)
2
Table of Contents
1. Introduction
3
2. Definition of WACC
3
3. Assumptions
3
4. Completed WACC Analysis for Ko
Sol1
8.Abondhas5yearstomaturityandhasaYTMof8%.Itsparvalueis$1,000.Its
semiannualcouponsare$50.Whatisthebondscurrentmarketprice?(Points:10)
NPER
PMT
FV
Rate
Current Price
10 Number of Period 5 x 2 = 10
50 Payment per Period
1000 ParValue
4.00% Semi-Annual
Course Project #2
FIN 515
Keller Graduate School
The company that I have investigated is SPX Corporation (SPX). It is an engineering
solutions company. The Companys products and solutions globally caters to power and energy
and processed foods and beverag
Problems
Problem 2-10
Mydeco Corporation Financial Statement and Stock Price Data
Problem 2-11
Global Conglomerate Corporation Income Statement and Balance Sheet
Problem 2-13
Problem 2-15
Problem 2-16
Problem 2-17
Problem 2-20
Problem 2-10
See Table 2.5 s
Chapter 14
Multinational Capital Budgeting Lecture Outline
Subsidiary versus Parent Perspective
Tax Differentials Restricted Remittances Excessive Remittances Exchange Rate Movements
Input for Multinational Capital Budgeting Multinational Capital Bu
WEEK 2 PROBLEM SET
Answerthefollowingquestionsandsolvethefollowingproblemsinthespaceprovided.
Whenyouaredone,savethefileintheformatflastname_Week_2_Problem_Set.docx,
wherefirstlastnameisyourfirstinitialandyoulastname,andsubmitittothe
appropriateDropbox.
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Chapter 19
Financing International Trade Lecture Outline
Payment Methods for International Trade
Prepayment Letters of Credit Drafts Consignment Open Account
Trade Finance Methods
Accounts Receivable Financing Factoring Letters of Credit Banker's Ac
Problems
Problem 4-12
Problem 4-13
Problem 4-14
Problem 4-15
Problem 4-23
Problem 4-24
Problem 4-27
Problem 4-28
Problem 4-29
Problem 4-30
Problem 4-32
Problem 4-34
Problem 4-35
Problem 4-36
Problem 4-44
Problem 4-45
Problem 4-46
Problem 4-12
You have jus
Mid Term
Name _
Multiple choices: 2*44=88
1. Sue now has $125. How much would she have after 8 years if she leaves
it invested at 8.5% with annual compounding?
a.
b.
c.
d.
$205.83
$216.67
$228.07
$240.08
N
I/YR
PV
PMT
FV
8
8.5%
$125
$0
$240.08
1. Suppose
Financial Analysis (graded)
In this discussion, we will be working with the variety of financial analysis tools
available to us. Let's start with the DuPont Identity introduced in Chapter 2 of the text.
For your initial post, locate the financial statemen
(10-8) NPVs, IRRs, and MIRRs for Independent Projects
Edelman Engineering is considering including two pieces of equipment, a truck and an overhead
pulley system, in this years capital budget. The projects are independent. The cash outlay for the
truck is
Working Capital Management Simulation
Risk
Level
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Low
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500
Feb
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Mar
1000
500
Apr
1000
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Week 3 Problem Set
Answer the following questions and solve the following problems in the space provided.
When you are done, save the file in the format flastname_Week_3_Problem_Set.docx,
where flastname is your first initial and you last name, and submit
Which do you prefer a bank account that pays 10% per year for three years or:
Future Value
1 present value
10.00% interest
3 periods
pmt
$1.3310 future value
a.
an account that pays 5% every six months for three years
Future Value
1 present value
5.00% in
Thepayback(PP)isaneasymethodoflookingatoneormoreprojectsorideasinvestments.
ThePPconceptisthatallinvestmentsbeingequal,thebettertheinvestmentistheonewiththe
shorterpayback.
PPignoresanybenefitsthatoccurafterthepaybackperiodthebreakevenperiodandignores
the
Time Value of Money
Chapter 5
Future and Present Values
Loan Amortization, Annuities
Financial Calculator
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Chapter 2
1
Time Value of Money
Four Critical Formulas
I.
A.
B.
C.
D.
Future Value: value tomorrow of $1 invested today.
Present
FV
Coupon rate
PMT
NPER
PV
Maket Interest Rate
1000
1000
1000
5%
5%
5%
50
50
50
10
10
10
($1,000.00) ($859.53) ($1,269.48)
5%
7%
2%
Par Value
Discount Premium
What is Value of a bond with $1000 face value and coupon for 7% with 8 years to maturity, if the
Provide a story problem that can be solved using one or more of the TVM calculations.
Story Scenario:
David Wong has received a job offer from company A and another offer from company B both start
date of 1/1/2017.
Company A: Base salary $90k, yearly bonu
PV
FV
N
Rate
PMT
-1000
-1000
$21,469.66
$22,639.36
25
25
8%
8%
-200
-200
Pmt at the end of the year
pmt at the beginning of the year
type=0
type=1
1000 initial deposit
purchase
annualy
years
No money down
Monthly payment
40000
3%
5
$
Suppose student loan
Explain the CAPM model. The textbook provides a list of betas for a selection of stocks. Choose two firms
from that list and discuss whether the betas are what you would expect. Be sure to explain why or why not.
Calculate the returns based on the CAPM mo
Select a stock in which you are interested. Calculate its per share value using the DDM or another method
discussed in Chapter 9. Then, find the current market value of a share of the stock. Compare the two. Can
you explain the similarity or difference?
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