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    Here is the company's balance sheet:

    Assets:

    Cash- $2,000,000

    Accts. Receivable- $28,000,000

    Inventories- $42,000,000

    Net Fixed Assets- $133,000,000

    Total Assets- $205,000,000

    Liabilities:

    Accts. Payable- $18,000,000

    Notes Payable- $40,000,000

    Long-Term Debt- $60,000,000

    Preferred Stock- $10,000,000

    Common Equity- $77,000,000

    Total Liabilities- $205,000,000

    Other Info:

    Last Year's Sales- $225,000,000

    - The Company has 60,000 bonds with a 30-year life outstanding, with 15 years till maturity. The bonds carry a 10% semi-annual coupon and are currently selling for $874.78.

    - They also have 100,000 shares of $100 par, 9% dividend perpetual preferred stock outstanding. The current market price is $90.00. Any new issues of preferred stock would incur a $3.00 per share float cost.

    -They have 10 million shares of common stock outstanding with a current price of $14.00 a share. The stock exhibits a constant growth rate of 10%. The last dividend(Do) was $.80. New stock could be sold with flotation costs, including market pressure, of 15%.

    -The risk free rate is currently 6% and the rate of return on the stock market as a whole is 14%. The company stock's beta is 1.22.

    -Stockholders require a risk premium of 5% above the return on the firms bonds.

    -The firm expects to have additional retained earnings of $10 million in the coming year and expects a depreciation expenses of $35 million.

    -The firm does not use notes payable for long-term financing.

    -The firm considers its market value capital structure to be optimal and wishes to maintain that structure.

    -The firm's federal+state marginal tax rate is 40%.

    -The firm's dividend payout ration is 50% and net profit margin was 8.89%.

    You are pitching a new product to your company. You estimate that the product will have a six-year life span, and the equipment used to manufacture the product falls in the MACRS 5-year class. Your venture would require a capital investment of $15,000,000 in equipment, plus $2,000,000 in installation costs. The venture would also result in an increase of accounts recievable and inventories of $4,000,000. At the end of the six-year life span of the venture, you estimate that the equipment could be sold at a $4,000,000 salvage value.

    Your venture, which management considers fairly risky, would increase fixed costs by a constant $1,000,000 per year while variable costs of the venture would equal 30% of the revenues. You are projecting that revenues generated by the product would equal %5,000,000 in year 1, $10,000,000 in year 2, $14,000,000 in year 3, $16,000,000 in year 4, $12,000,000 in year 5, and $8,000,000 in year 6.

    The firm's management requires a 2% adjustment to the cost of capital for risky projects.

    The cost of individual capital components are:

    1. long-term debt: 7.09%
    2. preferred stock: 10.34%
    3. retained earnings: 16.29%
    4. new common stock: 17.39%

    Calculate the following:

    A.) Compute the WACC twice, once using retained earnings as Re and the next using new common stock's cost for Re, then determine which WACC is best

    B.) Compute the Year 0 investment for the project

    C.) Compute cash flows for years 1-6

    D.) Compute the additional non-operating cash flow at the end of year 6

    E.) Compute the IRR and payback period for the project

    F.) Add the cash flows up and determine PV

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    A.) Compute the WACC twice, once using retained earnings as Re and the next using new common stock's cost for Re, then determine which WACC is best

    WACC = Proportion of debt X after tax cost of debt + Proportion of preferred stock X cost of preferred stock + Proportion of common stock X cost of common stock
    The cost is given to us and the proportions are based on market values. We first ...

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