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Consider the following financial data for a company (all figures in thousands of dollars except stock price and # of shares):
Balance Sheet Data 12/31/2010 12/31/2009
Cash & Equivalents 500 100
Accounts Receivable 220 200
Inventories 1,000 1,100
Total Fixed Assets 10,750 10,000
Accumulated Depreciation 6,150 6,000
Net Fixed Assets 4,600 4,000
Accounts Payable 400 350
Accruals 70 100
Notes Payable (<1 year) 1,200 1,000
Long Term Debt 2,000 1,700
Common Stock 1,000 1,000
Retained Earnings 1,250
Stock price $30.00 $25.00
# of shares 100,000 100,000
Income Statement Data (2010)
Operating expenses excluding depreciation 7,500
Interest expense 120
Income taxes paid 830
Dividends paid 1,000
1. Compute the following ratios for the financial statements above (use
12/31/2010 balance sheet ratios):
Return on Sales (ROS)
Return on Assets (ROA)
Return on Equity (ROE)
Times interest earned
Quick (acid test)
Price to earnings (P/E)
Market to book
2. Solve the following TVM problems (you may use formulas, a calculator, or Microsoft Excel):
a. How much would I need to deposit today in an account earning 10% per year in order to accumulate $10,000 after 5 years? What if my interest was compounded monthly?
b. If I deposit $100 in an account earning 10% per year, how much will my deposit be worth after 5 years? What if we had the same problem but interest is compounded monthly?
c. How much would I have in my retirement account if I deposited $2000 each year for 35 years and I earned 10% on my savings? What about $4,000? Instead, what if I made
monthly deposits of $166.67? How about monthly deposits of $333.33?
d. How much could I afford to borrow for a home if I can make monthly payments of
$12,000 per year for 30 years at 8%? What about monthly payment of $1,000? What if I
wanted to know what my monthly payments would be a $20,000 car loan over five years
Your tutorial is in Excel. There is a tab for the financial statements, a tab for the ratios and a tab for the time ...
Your tutorial is in Excel. There is a tab for the financial statements, a tab for the ratios and a tab for the time value of money problems. The numerator and denominator for the ratios are shown so you can see how to do these. The TVM problems give you the data so you can reproduce the amounts in a calculator (if you wish). The financial statements include an income statement, a statement of changes in RE, a classified balance sheet and a cash flow statement.