Automobile companies give rebates, etc to get people to buy now and pay later. They are trying to increase sales in the current period. At what point would this become unethical?
Please see the attached file. --- Perdon Inc. has conducted the following analysis related to its product lines, using a traditional costing system (volume-based) and an activity-based costing system. Both the traditional and the activity-based costing systems include direct materials and direct labor costs.
(See attached file for full problem description) --- P4-4A Mendocino Corporation produces two grades of wine from grapes that it buys from California growers. It produces and sells roughly 3,000,000 liters per year of a low-cost, high-volume product called CoolDay. It sells this in 600,00 5-liter jugs. Mendocino also produ
#1. Widgets Incorporated produces 2 types of widgets: the Basic Widget and the Delux Widget. The company has recently adopted an activity based costing (ABC) system with the following activities and cost drivers related to overhead costs. Activity Total Costs Cost Driver Units of Cost Driver Material ordering $400,000
Case Study #2 Listed below are the annual rates of return on the stocks for companies A, B, C, ..., G for each year 1975-2004. (1) Determine the efficient frontier using portfolios generated from combining just these seven risky assets. Graph the results. In listing the results in tabular form, show the weights for each le
(See attached file for full problem description) --- Week 4 - Problem 5 O,Meara, Inc., plans to issue $6 million of perpetual bonds.The face value of each bond is $1,000 The semi-annual coupon on the bonds is 4.5% Market interest rates on one-year bonds are 8%
Lorax Enterprises saw its cash balance increase from $ 800 million at the end of last year to $ 1 billion at the end of this year. During the year, the firm reported net income of $ 300 million, after depreciation of $ 100 million. In addition, the firm had capital expenditures of $ 250 million and paid out a dividend of $ 100 m
1. Sunk Cost A cost that has already occurred and is not affected by the capital project decision. Sunk costs are not relevant to capital budgeting decisions. Example: I own Jai's Ice Cream Shop and noticed that it is not worth it to continue the business in the winter because people do not want to buy ice cream in c
"The PurWater System Company manufacutures two models of a particular water purification system. For 2005, the company wants to allocate manufacturing overhead using activity-based-cost (ABC) allocation methods. Based on a thourough study of their manu" 2005 Cost Driver Fixed Overhead Used As Activi
See attached file. Bay Industries case study. Evaluate each of the three divisions within the case and rate the performance of each manager with detailed calculations. Also need to justify the distribution of the $25,000 bonus.
1. The cost of a single unit of production in excess of the breakeven point in units is: A) its fixed cost and variable cost. B) its fixed cost only. C) its variable cost only. D) none of the above. 2. What percentage of the contribution margin is profit on units sold in excess of the breakeven point? A) It's
See attached file for full problem description I want to have a short case study analyzed.
Motor Homes Inc. (MHI) is presently in a stage of abnormally high growth because of a surge in the demand for motor homes. The company expects earnings and dividends to grow at a rate of 20 percent for the next 4 years, after which time there will be no growth (g = 0) in earnings and dividends. The company's last dividend wa
Money, Inc., has no debt outstanding and a total market value of $148,000. Earnings before interest and taxes, EBIT, are projected to be $13,000 if economic conditions are normal. If there is strong expansion in the economy, then EBIT will be 30 percent higher. If there is a recession, then EBIT will be 59 percent lower. Money i
Presco PLC manufactures products which pass through threee processes. The costing records for processes 1 and 2 give the following information: Process 1 Process 2 Materials per unit 2 Kilos 3 lit
Balance Sheet as of 12-31-2004 (Thousands of Dollars) Assets Cash $ 1,080 Receivables 6,480 Inventories 9,000 Total current assets $ 16,560 Net fixed assets 12,600 Total assets $29,160 Liabilit
1. Should sales quota standards be tied to financial reports. Why or why not? If so, how closely? 2. Contrast and compare the effectiveness of income generation versus expense reduction in creating profitable business.
E2-4 Manufacturing cost data for Copa Company, which uses a job order cost system, are presented below. Case A Case B Case C Direct materials used $ (a) $ 83,000 $ 63,150 Direct labor 50,000 100,000 (h) Manufacturing overhead applied 42,500 (d) (i) Total manufacturing costs 165,650 (e)
Bruener Retail Bruener Retail is considering opening a new store. In evaluating the proposed project the company's CFO has collected the following information: · It will cost $10 million to construct the new store. These costs will be incurred at t = 0. These costs will be depreciated on a straight-line basis over the next
I need help with this problem so can you please show me how to do it?Is there any formulas that I need to use and what are they? So here is the question to the problem if inventories are expected to turn over ten times a year(based on cost of goods sold) what will be the venture's average inventories balance next year if sales
A) 1-Determine the year-to-year percentage annual growth in total net sales 2-Do you think the company will hit its sales goal of plus 10 percent annual revenue growth in 2005?Determine the target revenue figure,and explain why you do or do not feel that the company can hit this target . Fiscal years 2004 2003
I have a practive problem that I need to do. If I see how it's done correctly I will be able to do it on the test (my professor is absolutly no help). As the instructions says: "Prepare a statement of cash flows for Ernest Banks Company for the year ended December 31, 2005, using the indirect method."
Determine the tax liability and the marginal and average tax rate for corporations with following amounts of taxable income: a) $45,000 b) $75,000 c) $500,000
Nike is an Oregon-based company that focuses on the design, development, and worldwide marketing of high-quality footwear, apparel, equipment, and accessory products. Nike is the largest seller of athletic apparel in the world. The company sells its products to approximately 19,700 retail accounts in the United States and throug
Credit card companies have aggressively solicited new accounts from students who are new homeowners. Suppose that a sample of 150 new homeowners indicated the following information as to whether they possessed a Visa Card or an American Express Card. American Express Card
17- 1A Strawder Farms is a grower of hybird seed corn for DeKalb Genetics Corportion. It has had two exceptionally good years and has elected to invest its excess funds in bonds. The following transactions relate to bonds acquired as an investment by Strawder Farms, whose fiscal year ends on December 31. 2005
I am having a great deal of difficulty figuring the last part of a problem out. I am stuck and need help. b. Determine the coefficient of skewness using Pearson's method. c. Determine the coefficient of skewness using the software method. 25. Listed below are the commissions earned ($000) last year by the sales repres
Balance sheet effect A bank showed the following items (among other) on its balance sheet at January 1, 2000: Cash $2,644,000,000 Total Deposits $41,644,000,000 1. Suppose you made a bank deposit of $1,000. How would each of the bank assets and equities be affected? How much would eac
Please address the following attached in the word document listed below. Exercise 7-5 Problem 7-11 Problem 7-12
Balance on current account --- Given the following information, determine the balance on the United States' current account and capital accounts: Imports 211.5 Net income from foreign investments 32.3 Foreign investments in US