Obtain Apple's annual report for the 2009 financial year. The filing date is: 2009-10-27. To make sure you have the correct file, I also provided the link: http://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/320193/000119312509214859/d10k.htm Using the links provided, answer the following questions Questions: 1. Refer to the revenue r
Please refer to the attachment for the questions. Do the following: 1) Prepare Income statement for company going through a bankruptcy reorganization 2) Adjusting a company coming out of reorganization to fresh start accounting 3) Reporting of debts during liquidation 4) Distribution of assets in a liquidation 5) Payments
Working on assignment related to financial statements, account liquidation, and journal elimination. Sample questions on the material can be found as attached. Need assistance in understanding the underlying concepts and examples that will help complete the questions.
Identify three situations in which accounting measures are based on present values. Do these present value applications involve single sums or annuities, or both single sums and annuities? Explain.
What is your experience with accounting fraud or abuse? The experience can be professional with your career or personal with volunteer work, etc. If you cannot come with your own experience, you can use examples in the course materials or other resources.
I have 3 journal articles on internal controls and need assistance writing a one page response to each of the three summarizing the articles and any strengths and weaknesses with the author's writing on controls and how they are operating. These are the articles: 1. Hawkins, D. F. (2005). Introduction to the internal contro
The High-Rise Building Company uses 400,000 tons of stone per year. The carrying costs are $100/ton. The cost per order is $500. Calculate the optimal number of orders per year. 400 100 200 300 The High-Rise Building Company uses 400,000 tons of stone per year. The carrying costs are $100/ton. The cost per order
If a firm permanently borrows $100 million at an interest rate of 8%, what is the present value of the interest tax shield? (Assume that the marginal corporate tax rate is 30%.) $8.00 million $5.60 million $30.00 million $26.67 million If a firm permanently borrows $50 million at an interest rate of 10%, what
1. A firm has an average investment of $1,000 during the year. During the same time, the firm generates after-tax earnings of $150. If the cost of capital is 10%, what is the net return on investment? 2. A firm has $100 million in current liabilities, $200 million in total long-term liabilities, $300 million in stockholder
What is the opportunity cost of capital for a risky project? Provide a definition. A three-year bond with 10% coupon rate and $1,000 face value yields 8%. Assuming annual coupon payments, calculate the price of the bond. A three-year bond has an 8.0% coupon rate and a $1,000 face value. If the yield to maturity on the bo
What is gift tax and why do we have it? Should we have gift tax?
What is the Unified Transfer Tax Rate Schedule and how does it compare/contrast to the estate tax rates and/or the gift tax rates?
Completely answer the following questions Identify the features common to the gift tax formula and the estate tax formula. Explain why Congress felt it necessary to enact a gift tax to complement the estate tax. Describe the unified credit and the purpose it serves in the gift and estate tax.
Complete in Excel (LO3) Jack and Jill are owners of UpAHill, an S corporation. They own 25 and 75 percent, respectively. What amount of ordinary income and separately stated items are allocated to them for years 1 and 2 based on the information above? Complete UpAHill's Form 1120S, Schedule K, for year 1. Complete Jill's
See the attached file for data and answer the following questions: 12. What was Joe's NOPAT in 2013? 13. What was Joe's Free Cash Flow (FCF) in 2013? (Note: For this question, assume Joe obtained no new plant and equipment or additional net working capital in 2013. Thus his Net Investment in Operating Capital (NIOC) for
What are the trade-offs involved in deciding the quantity of inventory the firm should carry? In what way does the cash manager face a similar trade-off?
1. What industries do you think will have higher financial slack? Why? 2. There are some companies out there that feel like the end is near so pay out a bunch of returns to investors in panic which is essence is financial slack. Do you think that the SEC can force them to pay that back? 3. If a company is well matured and in
Please help with the following problem: What options are available to an S Corporation for accounting period choices and accounting methods? Why would you select one versus other alternatives?
1. We have heard a lot in the news how people feel upper management and executives are highly overpaid. Do you agree or do you feel that it is o.k. to pay high amounts of wages and bonuses to the top people? 2. Do you think that upper level management and executives are more likely to get fired in times of trouble for the compa
What are the various corporate nonliquidating distributions and how do they compare and contrast?
What is the corporate income tax formula and how does it compare and contrast with that of the personal income tax?
What are the legal and nontax characteristics of the various types of legal entities?
Waldo County, the well-known real estate developer, worked long hours, and he expected his staff to do the same. So George Chavez was not surprised to receive a call from the boss just as George was about to leave for a long summer's weekend. Mr. County's success had been built on a remarkable instinct for a good site. He wou
1. The Modern Language Corporation earned $1.6 million on net assets of $20 million. The cost of capital is 11.5%. Calculate the net ROI and EVA. (Negative amounts should be indicated by a minus sign. Do not round intermediate calculations. Enter "EVA" answer in millions rounded to 1 decimal place.) ROI % EVA $ million
What is depletion and is it an art form or an exact science?
What are like-kind exchanges and why are they important to the world of taxation?
New-model commercial airplanes are much more fuel-efficient than older models. How is it possible for airlines flying older models to make money when its competitors are flying newer planes? Explain briefly. I believe because the price of the older planes drop drastically when they are purchased in the second-hand market all
it is basically up to management to filter out the overoptimistic projects. Do you think that companies might be better served if they encouraged project sponsors to be more realistic? Is it even possible to rid the sponsor of their inherent favoritism to a project? Thoughts?
New-model commercial airplanes are much more fuel-efficient than older models. How is it possible for airlines flying older models to make money when its competitors are flying newer planes. This could be explained by depreciation. Airlines flying older models are likely paying fewer taxes on depreciation. It's possible the old
Overoptimism by project sponsors. Inconsistent forecasts of industry and macroeconomic variables. Capital budgeting organized solely as a bottom-up process. Do you think that accounting should have to approve all estimates and hold management accountable for anything that doesn't seem right? Why or why not?