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    Part I
    True/ False

    1. Goodwill is computed as the residual between the total value of the company less the sum of the value of all its identifiable tangible and intangible assets?

    T or F

    2. Total Assets must Equal Total Liabilities minus Owner's Equity.

    T or F

    3. Working capital is current assets less total liabilities.

    T or F

    4. Every receipt of cash increases owner's equity.

    T or F

    5. Net Income represents a supply of cash that could be distributed to stockholders in the form of dividends.

    T or F

    6. Depreciation is a non-cash expense so that to calculate the cash produced by the business it is necessary to add back the depreciation charge.

    T or F

    7. When analyzing the financial condition of Pepsi Corporation one could reasonably compare Pepsi's ratios to those of General Motors.

    T or F

    8. On the asset side of the ledger we debit for increases in assets and credit for decreases
    T of F

    Part II
    Multiple Choice

    1. The debt ratio is a measure of a firm's:

    a. leverage
    b. profitability
    c. liquidity.
    d. coverage.

    2. If you were given current assets and current liabilities, what ratio could you compute?

    a. accounts receivable turnover ratio.
    b. net profit margin.
    c. current ratio.
    d. current debt margin.

    3. What financial statement explains the changes that took place in the firm's cash balance over a period?

    a. statement of cash flow.
    b. balance sheet.
    c. income statement.
    d. none of the above.

    4. A company borrowed $100,000 to buy machinery. Which choice most accurately represents the balance sheet effect?

    a. Assets increased, Liabilities increased, no change in owner's equity.
    b. Assets increased. Liabilities increased, with an increase in owner's equity.
    c. Assets decreased, liabilities decreased, owner's equity was unchanged.
    d. No change in any accounts.

    5. Company A has revenue of $1,000, operating expenses of $500 and depreciation expense of $200. The company income tax rate is 30%. How much tax is due?
    a. $300
    b. $150
    c. $90
    d. None of the above

    Please show all work including equation you use, values input and final computation.

    The balance sheet and income statement for Becker, Becker & Becker are
    presented below. You do not need to use any beginning and ending year averages. Simply use the data provided for one period.

    Balance Sheet
    Assets
    Cash $ 500
    Accounts Receivable 1,500
    Inventories 500
    Current Assets $2,500
    Net Fixed Assets 5,000
    Total Assets $7,500

    Liabilities
    Accounts Payable $1,200
    Bank Note 300
    Total Current Liabilities $1,500

    Long Term Debt 4,000
    Total Liabilities $5,500

    Shareholders Equity
    Common Stock $300
    Retained Earnings 1,700
    Total Shareholder's Equity $2,000
    Total Liabilities & Equity $7,500

    Income Statement
    Net Sales $8,500
    Cost of Goods Sold (3,400)
    Gross Profit $5,100

    Operating Expenses (2,900)
    Net Operating Income $2,200

    Interest Expense 580
    Earnings before taxes $1,620

    Income Tax (34%) (551)
    Net Income $1,069

    Using the above financial statements compute the following ratios: (show your formulas and work) As you can see I have only provided the ending period values so you do not need to average beginning and ending values)

    Current Ratio
    Quick Ratio
    Total Debt Ratio
    Return on Assets
    Return on Equity
    Operating profit margin
    Net Profit Margin

    If the market value of Becker and Becker stock is $4,000 what is the market to book value ratio? Use the book value from the above balance sheet.

    If there are 1000 shares outstanding what were the earnings per share?

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    Part I
    True/ False

    1. Goodwill is computed as the residual between the total value of the company less the sum of the value of all its identifiable tangible and intangible assets?

    T

    2. Total Assets must Equal Total Liabilities minus Owner's Equity.

    T

    3. Working capital is current assets less total liabilities.

    F : Working capital is CURRENT assets less CURRENT liabilities

    4. Every receipt of cash increases owner's equity.

    F : Receipt of cash increases assets and revenue accounts. Equity account only increases at initial investment of business, retained earnings or paid in capital in excess of stock investment

    5. Net Income represents a supply of cash that could be distributed to stockholders in the form of dividends.

    T: Net income can be distributed among holders of common stock as a dividend or held by the firm as retained earnings

    6. Depreciation is a non-cash expense so that to calculate the cash produced by the business it is necessary to add back the depreciation charge.

    T : FCF) represents the cash that a company is able to generate after laying out the money required to maintain or expand its asset base

    7. When analyzing the financial condition of Pepsi Corporation one could reasonably compare Pepsi's ratios to those of General ...

    Solution Summary

    The solution answers a variety of financial accounting problems dealing with income statements, financial ratios, goodwill, the acounting equation, working capital and owners, equity.

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