Bonkers, Inc. makes highly processed and sugary cereals for people that don't care about their health. One of their costs is shipping of their products. In the year 2010 Bonkers incurred the following shipping costs: MONTH NUMBER OF TONS SHIPPED COST
Break-Even Point and Target Income Detienne Company manufactures and sells one product for $20 per unit. The unit contribution margin is 40% of the sales price, and fixed costs total $80,000. 1. Using the equation approach, compute: A) The break-even point in sales dollars and units. B) The sales volume (in units) needed
This solution gives a correct answer and description on the following problems: Is a market confined to all firms and individuals willing and able to buy or sell a particular product at a given time and place? Will the even balance of power between sellers and buyers result to a competitive process that will yield maximum benefi
Schwarzentraub Industries' expected free cash flow for the year is $500,000 in the future free cash flow is expected to grow at a rate of 9%. The company currently has no debt, and its cost of equity is 13%. Its tax rate is 40%. a. Find Vu b. Find VL and rsL is Schwarzentraub uses $5 million in debt with a cost of 7%. Use the
Please provide a research proposal for a financial services industry (USAA). The outline must include details for each of the following 13 sections: I. Problem Statement II. Related Research/Literature Review (include resources for verification) III. Objectives IV. Research Procedure (Methods) V. Population and S
Company, a not-for-profit acute care facility has this cost structure for its inpatient services: Fixed costs $10,000,000 Variable cost per inpatient day $200 Charge (revenue) per inpatient day $1,000 The hospital expects to have a patient load of 15,000 inpatient days next year. 1. Construct hos
19-2: EXCEL: Stock Dividends: The owners' equity accounts for Hexagon International are shown here: Common stock ($1 par value) $20,000 Capital surplus 210,000 Retained earnings 735,300 Total owners' equity $965,300 a. If Hexagon stock currently sells for $48 per share and a 10 percent stock dividend
Which is better the top-down budgeting process or the bottom-up methods? Why?
To which department should the patient registration department report and why?
HR In the end, why do you think a customer would buy directly from the manufacturer if the prices were higher?
Identify a product offered by a manufacturer using a dual-distribution approach. Are there differences between the customers targeted by each channel? How do the purchase experiences differ? In the end, why do you think a customer would buy directly from the manufacturer if the prices were higher?
Company X wants to create additional supply development space. The additional space will cost $450,000. The expansion can be financed either by bonds at an interest rate of 8%, or by selling 40,000 shares of common stock at $20 per share. Current Income Statement Sales
Please help with the following problem. Distinguish between sampling risk and nonsampling risk.
Present the issue and critique or comment on "fraud risk assessment."
1. Underwood Industries just paid a dividend of $1.45 per share. The dividends are expected to grow at 25% rate for the next eight years and then level off to a 7% growth rate indefinitely. If the required return is 12%, what would be the price of the stock today? 2. You have ordered your broker to purchase 100 shares each of
Why do you believe that it is important for managers to understand both short run and long run supply and demand? Cite one hypothetical or real life example that illustrates your response. The demand for audio CDs has greatly increased over the last decade. According to the laws of supply and demand, price rises as demand inc
See the attached file for the graphs included. Attached are simplified versions of the balance sheet and income statement. Use this information to answer the question below: A 15% increase in inventory turns would bring this ration to _____, suggesting _____in_____. A. 109 days; a deterioration; profitability B. 4.8
A company builds a new plant and finances its construction by issuing stock. Which ratio is least likely to be affected, all else being equal? A. Net fixed assets to total assets B. Debt to asset ratio C. Debt to equity ratio D. Current ratio
(Supernormal growth model) Gebhardt Corp. has recently undertaken a major expansion project that is expected to provide growth in earnings per share of 400% within the coming year and 75% growth in each of the subsequent three years. After that time, normal growth of 3% per year forever is expected. The cash dividend was 10 cent
These all need to be based on the United States 1) Explain the three steps associated with assessing the risk of material misstatement 2) How would the auditor change the audit strategy if a risk is a financial statement level risk versus an assertion level risk? 3) What is a substantive test and what is its purpose?
Andruw Jones Comapny had the following stockholders equity as of January 1, 2008. Common Stock, $5 par value, 20000 shares issued $100,000 Paid-in-Capital in excess of par 300,000 Retained earnings
3. Norville Creations wants to achieve an after-tax profit of $45,000 for the year ended December 31, Year 1. The company sells its product for $35 per unit and has a contribution margin ratio of 15%. the company's fixed costs are currently $150,000 and its tax rate is 25%. How many units must Norville selll to achieve its after
See the attached file. Here are some historical data on the risk characteristic of Dell and McDonalds. Dell McDonalds Beta 1.41 .77 Yearly standard deviation of return 30.9 17.2 Assume the standard deviation of the return on the market was 15%. a
Assume that you are setting up your retirement plan by considering two investment plans together. (your retirement in 30 years). You want to earn a total of $1,000,000 after 30 years from two investment plans. o First investment plan: You currently have $40,000 in the bank and decide to invest the $40,000 in a money market acc
Imagine that you were hired recently as a financial analyst for a relatively new, highly leveraged ski manufacturer located in the foothills of Colorado's Rocky Mountains. Your firm manufactures only one product, a state-of-the-art snow ski. The company has been operating up to this point without much quantitative knowledge of t
Annie Oakley is purchasing a home for $215,000. She will finance the mortgage for 15 years and pay 7% interest on the loan. She makes a down payment that is 20% of the purchase price. a. Find the monthly payment, including principal and interest. b. Calculate the total interest Annie will pay over the 15 year period.
See the attached file. REVIEW QUESTIONS ALREADY IN EXCEL FORMAT. Given Solution Legend HI Oil Dec-09 Dec-08 = Value given in problem Sales $13,368.00 $12,211.00 = Formula/Calculation/Analysis required Cost of Goods Sold (10,591.00) (9,755.00) = Qualitative analysis or Short answer required
For a home that is priced at $599,000.00 and a down payment of 20% $119,800. - Research 2 different financing options. Use Excel (or other approved spread sheet) to create an amortization schedule for the life of both financing options. - Write an analysis that compares and contrasts the two financing options in detail
1. Risk Premiums. Here are stock market and Treasury bill returns between 2000 and 2004: Year Stock Market Return T-Bill Return 2000 -10.89 5.89 2001 -10.97 3.83 2002 -20.86 1.65 2003 31.64
A Steven's Medical Equipment Company manufactures hospital beds. Its most popular model, Deluxe, sells for $5,000. It has variable costs totaling $2,800 and fixed costs of $1,000 per unit, based on an average production run of 5,000 units. It normally has four production runs a year, with $600,000 in setup costs each time. Plant
Calculating the variance and standard deviation: Barbara is considering investing in a stock and is aware that the return on that investment is particularly sensitive to how the economy is performing. Her analysis suggests that four states of the economy can affect the return on the investment. Using the table of returns and