What information does a cash flow statement provide? Using an example, explain the direct and indirect methods for calculating cash flows from operating activities. With references.
Describe how uncertainty is calculated into cash flows. Why should two projects with equal cash flows but unequal risks produce different financial results? Would you prefer a low-risk, low-return project or a high-risk, high-return project, and why?
From the financial data from three competitors in the same industry, the attached formatted MS Excel spreadsheet performs a comparative analysis of the companies.
1) Visible Fences is introducing a new product and has an expected change in EBIT of $900,000. Visible Fences has a 34% marginal tax rate. This project will also produce $ 300,000 of depreciation per year. In addition, in year 1 this project will also cause the following changes: Without the Project
Please see attached file for better viewing. E23-11 (SCF?Indirect Method) Condensed financial data of Pat Metheny Company for 2008 and 2007 are presented below. PAT METHENY COMPANY COMPARATIVE BALANCE SHEET AS OF DECEMBER 31, 2008 AND 2007 2008 2007 Cash $1,800 $1,150 Receivables 1,750 1,300 Inventory 1,600 1,900 Pla
ICA Corp is preparing its statement of cash flows for the year ended Dec 31, 2002 using the indirect method and has developed the following data: INCREASE IN DEFERRED TAX LIABILITIES 23,000 DECREASE IN A/P (58,000) INCREASE IN ACCRUED INTEREST PAYABLE
Please see attached file for full problem description. Prepare a Statement of Cash Flows (Indirect Method) The following changes took place during the year in Pavolik Company's balance sheet accounts: Long-term investments that had cost the company $6 were sold during the year for $16, and land that had cost $15 was s
Balance Sheet February 28 and January 31, 2004 Assets Cash.............................................. $ 42,000 $ 37,000 Accounts receivable............................... 64,000 53,000 Merchandise inventory............................. 81,000 94,000 Total
1. A new machine being considered to replace an old one will decrease the firm's operating costs by $10,000 annually. The firm's tax rate is 40%. For capital budgeting, what is the annual after tax cash flow associated to this savings? 2. A firm is considering a project with data shown below. What is the project's operating c
The attachment is the Annual Report for Nathan's Famous and is to be used for answering each of these questions. The document is compressed as a *.RAR* file and needs to be extracted (unzipped). The same document is also available at this web location: http://18.104.22.168/interactive/nath2007/ 1. Determine the working capi
Lori Crump owns a small trucking operation. The bookkeeper presented Crump with the following income statements and balance sheets for 2006 and 2005. Income statements 2006 2005 Revenues $191,400 $182,600 Operating expenses Depreciation $26,400 $26,400 Fuel $77,000 $46,200 Drivers salaries $44,000
The Sage Corp. prepared for 2005 and 2004, the following balance sheet data: 2005 2004 Cash............................................................................ 87,375 63,75
Which of the following items affect free cash flows to debt and equity holders? Which affect free cash flows to equity alone? Explain why and how. All answers assume a tax rate > 0. An increase in accounts receivable A decrease in gross margins An increase in property, plant, equipment An increa
In a small pizza shop, the owner has purchased his restaurant equipment and delivery cars with cash. He has noticed that expenses for utilities and supplies have been rather constant. On his projected income statement, he has 148,960 in fixed costs that includes $16,000 depreciation of delivery equipment, and $8,000 depreciatio
Sussman Industries purchased drilling machine for $50000 and paid cash. Sussman expects to use the machine for ten year after which it will have no value. It will be depreciated straight-line over ten years. Assume a marginal tax rate of 40%. What are the cash flows associated with the machine. a. At the time of the purc
Part One: 1) Why are adjusting entries necessary? 2) The analysis process for preparing adjusting entries involves two basic steps. Identify the two steps and explain why both are necessary. 3) What is the purpose of closing entries? 4) What is the purpose of the post-closing trial balance? Explain where the informat
From the following data, compute: a) Net cash flow provided (used) by operating activities. b) Net cash flow provided (used) by investing activities c) Net cash flow provided (used) by financing activities. d) Net increase (decrease) in cash during the year. e) The cash balance at the end of the year. Cash receipts from:
From the following data, compute: Net cash flow provided (used) by operating activities, Net cash flow provided (used) by investing activities, Net cash flow provided (used) by financing activities, Net increase (decrease) in cash during the year, The cash balance at the end of the year. Cash receipts from: Customers $270,00
Statement of Cash Flow. See attached file for full problem description. The Four Star Café Condensed Balance Sheets December 31, 2001 and 2002 2001 2002 Cash $15,000 $70,000 Marketable Securities $5,000 10000 Accounts receivable 14000 10000 Inventory 20000 24000 Investment 10000 1
If I had to prepare a statement of cash flows? Indirect method, and perform Analysis how would you go by doing this. (A) Alvin and Cory Jackson Comparative Balance Sheets December 31 Assets 2006 2005 Cash $ 31,000 $ 13,000 Accounts receivable
Prepare the Spartan Inn's SCF for 2002 using the indirect method. See attached file for full problem description. Spartan Inn Condensed Balance Sheets December 31, 2001 and 2002 Assets 2001 2002 Current Assets Cash $30,000 $40,000 Marketable securities 50000 50000 Acco
Could you view the problem attached and help to resolve? I started to put the information together but I am getting stuck in a couple of places that I cannot figure out. The Net cash provided by operating activities is supposed to be $17,500 and I don't know how.
Company A is undertaking a thorough cash flow analysis. It has been proposed by management that the firm expand by raising $6million in long term debt markets. All of this would be immediately invested in new fixed assets. The proposed bond issue would carry a 10 percent interest rate and have a maturity period of 20 years.
I plan to work for 10 years, quit my job and then travel the world. I save $1,000 a year for the first 5 years and $2,000 a year for the next 5 years. These savings cash flows will start one year from now. I received a $5,000 gift. If I put the gift now, and the future savings when they start, into an account which pays 8 p
1. We have three possible projects and we can invest in only one project. Suppose our weighted cost of capital is 7% and each project requires an investment of $10,000. Using payback, NPV and IRR decide which project we should select and explain why. Project Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 A $9,000 42,000 $1,000 $0 B 4,000 4,
The balance sheets for 2004 and 2003 for Columbia Sportswear are attached. In addition, Columbia reported the following information: ? 2004 net income was $138,624. Tax expense was $76,297. ? Columbia did not pay dividends in 2004. ? Columbia sold property, plant and equipment for $40 cash and recognized a loss of $541 on th
Based on an MBA project, a local environmental activist has asked you to evaluate the potential purchase of a company that manufacturers solar energy systems for homes, Solar Siding, Inc. Below, you have projections for the next three years of business, 2007, 2008, and 2009 for Solar Siding as a stand-alone business (if your cl
A zero-coupon bond pays no interest to the bondholder, but can be purchased for much less than par value. At maturity, the holder receives the par value. Suppose Mr. Investor purchases a $5,000 par municipal bond that will mature in 15 years. If he pays $1,700 for the bond, what will his IRR be over the 15 year time horizon?
PROBLEM 11-2 Explain what effect the following transactions would have on cash and how they would be shown in a cash flow statement. 1. A $2,000,000 piece of equipment is purchased with the proceeds of a new 12- month note. 2. Mortgage bonds are retired with $790,000 cash and the proceeds of an issue of 150,000 shares of
Kids n' Caboodle, a children's clothing store had the following cash receipts and disbursements for its first year of operations; Receipts Cash sales $155,000 Loan proceeds 21,000 Total Receipts