You own a company that manufactures and sells widgets. Your sales for last year were $100,000. Each widget sells for $8.50. The cost of material for each widget is $4.00 and last years labor cost was $285,000.00. The fixed costs for the operation are $185,000. What is the break-even in widgets and dollars.
1) If they borrow $2 million at 10% and use it to retire stock, how will the return on their investment change if operating income remains the same? 2) What is the maximum receivables balance Partridge can tolerate and still receive a good rating with respect to credit and collections? 3) What percentage of its assets are financed by equity? 4) Calculate accounts receivable , inventory, current assets, current liabilities, debt, equity, ROA, and ROE. 5) What pure interest rate is implied by these assumptions? 6) What is the real risk free rate and the maturity risk premium for two-year debt?
1-Gatwick Ltd. has after tax profits of $500,000 and no debt. The owners have $6 million invested in the business. If they borrow $2 million at 10% and use it to retire stock, how will the return on their investment change if operating income remains the same ? Assume a flat 40% tax rate and that the loan reduces equity dollar f
Lowes is a major competition to Home Depot in the home improvement business and operates over 700 stores. For the years ending January 31,2003 and Feb 1,2002 lowes reported the following balance sheet data in millions. 2003- total assets-16,109 total liabilities-8302 2002- total assets-13,736- totoal liabilites-7062 a. det
Data for Barry Computer Company and its industry averages follow: A. Calculate the indicated ratios for Barry. B. Construct and extend DuPont evaluation for both Barry and the industry. C. Outline Barry's strengths and weaknesses as revealed by your analysis. D. Suppose Barry had doubled i
Determine the NLF, NSF and the liquidity ratio for the FY ending on January 31st, 2004. Please show all work. Use the following links for Staples: http://finance.yahoo.com/q/is?s=SPLS&annual http://finance.yahoo.com/q/bs?s=SPLS&annual http://finance.yahoo.com/q/ks?s=SPLS
How can the break-even point be lowered?
The Harding Company manufactures skates. The company's income statement for 2001 is as follows: (See attachment) Given this income statement, compute the following: a. Degree of operating leverage. b. Degree of financial leverage. c. Degree of combined leverage. d. Break-even point in units (number of skates).
Please help me solve this problem. The Retread Tire Company recaps tires. The fixed annual cost of the recaping operation is $60,000. The variable cost of recapping a tire is $9. The company charges $25 to recap a tire. a) For annual volume of 12,000 tires, determine the total cost, total revenue, and profit. b) Determine
Statement of Cash Flow: The financial statements of Frank B Robinson Company appear below. a) Prepare a statement of cash flow using the indirect method b) Compute the following cash basis ratios 1) Current cash debt coverage ratio 2) Cash return on sales ratio 3) Cash debt coverage ratio
The financial statements of Frank B Robinson Company appear below (See attachment) Additional Information ? Dividends declared and paid were $ 3000 ? During the year equipment was sold for $ 8500 cash. The equipment cost $18,000 originally and had a book value of $8,500 at the time of
What are the shortcomings of analyzing companies using only one financial ratio?
Calculate the following asset activity ratios for the end of 1999. 1. Average Collection Period, 2. Inventory Turnover, 3. Total Asset Turnover
Use the following information to answer the three questions that follow: ABC Fitness Company 000's INCOME STATEMENT Dec. 99 Sales 1968.016 Cost of Goods Sold 1466.733 Gross Profit 501.283 Selling and Ad. Expenses 361.402 Depreciation 35.7 Operating Income (EBIT) 104.181 Interest Expense 34.482 Other Expense 14.124 EB
Financial Ratios: Given below are comparative balance sheets and an income statement for the Richmond Corporation...Please see attachment for table All sales were made on account. Cash dividends declared during the year totaled $57, 150. Compute the following: a) Average accounts receivable turnover b) Average invento
1) Chuck McElravy owns Common Grounds Coffee House, near the campus of Manatee College. The business has cash of $2,000 and furniture that cost $8,000. Liabilities include accounts payable of $1,000 and a $6,000 note payable. How much equity does McElravy have in the business? Using the above figures, write the accounting eq
1. Calculating Ratios. Here are simplified financial statements of Phone Corporation from a recent year. Income Statement (Figures in millions of dollars) Net Sales 13,193 Cost of goods sold 4,060 Other Expenses 4,049 Depreciation 2,518 Earings before interest and taxes (EBIT) 2,566 Int
I am having problems with this question from my Textbook. Managerial Accounting by Needles and Crosson. Here it is: Question 1: Hans Echt is the president of the Ivers Plastics Division of Treat Industries. Management is considering a new product featuring a dashing medieval knight posed on a beautiful horse. Called Charg
Problem 2: O'Connor, Inc. maintains its books and records on the cash basis. You have been assigned to convert the cash-basis income to the accrual basis for reporting purposes. Presented in the attachment is the cash-basis income statement and additional information. Required: Prepare the accrual basis income statement for
Dragon, Inc. is a large marketing company that sells recorded DVDs to phone-in customers. Demand for Dragon's products is running ahead of the firm's capacity to process orders so that customers are encountering busy signals when attempting to place telephone orders, and many customers are giving up. Dragon estimates that sales
I need help with the following problem Can you use Dell 2000 as the company? Obtain an annual report and discuss information sources. If your library has a common stock investment advisory service such as Moody?s Handbook of Common Stocks, Standard and Poor?s Corporation Stock Market Encyclopedia, or Value Line Reports, fin
Examples and descriptions of 7 common financial ratios
The Varihary Company manufactures 2 products Sintax and Gremmer, Which sells for $10 and 15 respectively. a.Calculate the number of units of Sintax and Gremmer sold during the year ended 30 September 2002. b.Calculate the contribution to Sales ratio for each product for the year ended 30 September 2002. c.Calculate the contribution to sales ratio for the company for the year ended 30 September 2002
The Varihary Company manufactures 2 products Sintax and Gremmer, Which sells for $10 and 15 respectively. The following figures apply to the year ended 30September 2002 Sintax Gremmer Sales $90000 $30000 Variable cost per unit $6 $12 a.Calculate the number of units of Sintax and Gremmer sold during the year ended 30 S