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Break Even and More

"A couple of entrepreneurial business students at State University decided to put their education into practice by developing a tutoring company for business students. While private tutoring was offered, it was determined that group tutoring before tests in the large statistics classes would be most beneficial. The students rent

Draw a breakeven chart for this firm

Consider the following income statement and answer the questions that follow. Sales (100 units) $200 Variable cost ($.80 each) $80 Fixed Costs $20 Draw a breakeven chart for this firm.

Financial Statement Ratios between Wal-Mart and Kmart

Provide the chief executive officer a comprehensive comparison between Wal-Mart and Kmart using their two latest fiscal year financial statements to highlight the following three ratios: profitability, management efficiency and leverage. Evaluate the annual and year-to-year results to interpret where the takeover target compares

Summary/Conclusion/Recommendation the Company Financial

See the attached file. Hershey Liquid 2008: current ratio = current assets/current liability = 1,344,945 /1270212 = 1.0588 Quick ratio = (Current assets - inventory)/Current liability = (1,344,945 - 592,530)/1270212 = 0.592 Hershey Liquid 2009: current ratio = current assets/current liability = 1,385,434 / 910,628 = 1.52

Market value ratio

Hershey Market value ratios 2008 Market Price of common stock at year-end 2008 = 34.74 2008 Earning per share = 1.36 PE(price/earning) = Market price per share/earning per share = 34.74/1.36 = 21.31 Book value per share = stockholder's equity/# of share outstanding = 318,199/227,035 =1.401 Market to book ratio = M

Ratios

tell us how the ratios discussed this week could be used to evaluate a company of your choice. use finance.yahoo.com for additional information. ratios discussed: current ratio, acid test ratio, liquidity and efficiency ratio, debt ratio, equity ratio, debt-to-equity ratio, profitability ratio, price earnings ratio

Comparing and Contrasting Ratios

Please submit a 3 page word document in APA format with references comparing and contrasting the company ratios (See table 1.1) to one another and the industry. Make a determination of which company is in a better financial situation as part of your conclusion. Also discuss how each company compares to the industry averages.

Perform a financial analysis for Southwest Airlines by using financial ratios. Compute Southwest Airlines' free cash flow for the most recent year. Determine the Southwest Airlines' cost of capital. Determine Southwest Airlines Market Value Added and Economic Value Added. Interpret the computations.

Perform a financial analysis for Southwest Airlines by using financial ratios. Compute Southwest Airlines' free cash flow for the most recent year. Determine the Southwest Airlines' cost of capital. Determine Southwest Airlines Market Value Added and Economic Value Added. Interpret the computations.

Accounting: Ratios for Amazon.com

Please help calculate Amazon.com's actual ratios and evaluate financial performance for 2010 and 2009 (please see list below) using the balance sheet and income statement. Then compare and discuss how these trends may impact the financial condition of each company. What do ratio results mean to management (e.g. a current ratio

Finding Fixed Costs and Variable Costs

For each process the following fixed costs and variable costs are identified below: Anchor and Process Process A Process B Sale price per anchor $ 42.00 $ 42.00 Total Fixed cost $ 650,000.00 $950,000.00 Variable cost per anchor $ 36.00

Ratio of Debt to Total Long-Term Capital

10. Consider this simplified balance sheet for Geomorph Trading: Current assets $ 100 $ 60 Current liabilities Long- term assets 500 280 Long- term debt 70 Other liabilities 190 Equity $ 600 $ 600 a. Calculate the ratio of debt to equity. b. What are Geomorph's net working capital and total

MedCo Billing Services subsidiary of Medical Insurance Company

See attached case file. Questions to Guide the Analysis 1. "Revenue hours" is the key activity that drives costs at MedCo Billing Services. Which expenses in Exhibit 2 are variable with respect to revenue hours? Which expenses are fixed with respect to revenue hours? Explain why each expense was chosen as such. 2. F

Return on Investment/Ratio Dell

Using the attached Dell financial data attached explain why Dell is a good or bad investment based on the ratios and other investment information. Please see the attached file for the complete problem description.

Ratio analysis: PEPSI 2009 and 2008

Select a publicly traded company (PEPSI) and prepare a power point presentation for the class on why each one of us should invest $10,000 in the company that you have selected. You may use any source of information. Required; 1. Name of company and why you selected it 2. Prepare a financial statement analysis. Vertica

Problem 5-6 Inventory Turnover for Apple Computer and Hewlett-Packard

Problem 5-6 Inventory Turnover for Apple Computer and Hewlett-Packard The following information was summarized from the 2006 annual report of apple computer, inc.: Cost of sales for the year ended: (in millions) September 30, 2006 $13,717 September 24, 2005 $ 9,989 Inventories: September 30,

Cadet Corporation: Analyze and Compute Financial Ratios

See attached file for data. Selected year-end financial statements of Cadet Corporation follow. (All sales were on credit; selected balance sheet amounts at December 31, 2008, were inventory, $50,900; total assets, $219,400; common stock, $90,000; and retained earnings, $52,748).

Financial Statement Analysis

Donna Jamison was brought in as assistant to Fred Campo, Computron's chairman, who had the task of getting the company back into a sound financial position. Computron's 2009 and 2010 balance sheets and income statements, together with projections for 2011, are shown in the tables. The 2009 and 2010 financial ratios are al

Breakeven point for Bevil Industries

Bevil Industries is planning on purchasing a new piece of equipment that will increase the quality of its production. It hopes the increased quality will generate more sales. The company's contribution margin ratio is 40% and its current breakeven point is $500,000 in sales revenue. If Bevil Industries' fixed expenses increas

decisions facing the stadium manager

Describe the type and nature of the decisions facing the stadium manager in the Case Study below. ____________________________ Southwestern University (SWU), located 30 miles southwest of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex, has witnessed tremendous growth in its football program. With that growth, fueled by the hiring of legend

Computing break-even point

Tanner Company's most recent contribution format income statement is presented below: Sales $75,000; Variable expenses $45,000; contribution margin $30,000; fixed expenses $36,000; net operating loss $(6,000). The company sells its only product for $15 per unit. There were no beginning or ending inventories. Required: a)