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Why is looking at cash flow an important step in a good financial plan?

A farmer buys a tractor for 450000.

-how much will the tractor be worth in 5 years time if it's value depreciates at 9% per annum on a reducing balance.

-how much will the tractor be worth in 5 years time if it's value depreciates at 9% per annum on a reducing balance.

The price of a company's share dropped by 3.00% by the end of the first year, down to $44.25. During the second year the price of the share dropped by $1.77.

a. What was the price of the share at the beginning of the first year?

b. What was the price of the share at the end of the second year?

c. What was the percent change in the price of the share over the two years?

a. What was the price of the share at the beginning of the first year?

b. What was the price of the share at the end of the second year?

c. What was the percent change in the price of the share over the two years?

Zachary's base salary is $1,450 per month and he gets paid commission on all sales that he makes over $20,000. Last month, he earned a total of $4,425 and made sales of $79,000.

a. What is the amount of sales eligible for commission?

b. What is the amount of commission earned last month?

c. What was his rate of commission?

a. What is the amount of sales eligible for commission?

b. What is the amount of commission earned last month?

c. What was his rate of commission?

If $A1= 0.79 euros, how much does $A500 equal?

A company is planning to make an investment of $100,000 in a Machine. The company’s analyst had estimated that the useful life of the Machine is 5 years and that each year (from Year 1 to Year 5), the company will receive a net income of $35,000 from this investment. The acceptable cost of capital is assumed to be 10% p.a. Calculate:

(a) The payback period of this project/investment plan. [5 marks]

(b) The net present value (NPV) of this project/investment plan. [10 marks] (c) The internal rate of return (IRR) of this project/investment plan. [15 marks]

(d) Analyze the different results from (a)-(c) and make a proposal whether the company should proceed with this project. [5 marks]

(e) Determine the IRR that will reverse the decision you proposed in (d)

[15 marks]

(a) The payback period of this project/investment plan. [5 marks]

(b) The net present value (NPV) of this project/investment plan. [10 marks] (c) The internal rate of return (IRR) of this project/investment plan. [15 marks]

(d) Analyze the different results from (a)-(c) and make a proposal whether the company should proceed with this project. [5 marks]

(e) Determine the IRR that will reverse the decision you proposed in (d)

[15 marks]

A company is planning to make an investment of $100,000 in a Machine. The

company’s analyst had estimated that the useful life of the Machine is 5 years and

that each year (from Year 1 to Year 5), the company will receive a net income of

$35,000 from this investment. The acceptable cost of capital is assumed to be 10%

p.a. Calculate:

a)The net present value (NPV) of this project/investment plan.

b)The internal rate of return (IRR) of this project/investment plan

company’s analyst had estimated that the useful life of the Machine is 5 years and

that each year (from Year 1 to Year 5), the company will receive a net income of

$35,000 from this investment. The acceptable cost of capital is assumed to be 10%

p.a. Calculate:

a)The net present value (NPV) of this project/investment plan.

b)The internal rate of return (IRR) of this project/investment plan

A company is planning to make an investment of $100,000 in a Machine. The

company’s analyst had estimated that the useful life of the Machine is 5 years and

that each year (from Year 1 to Year 5), the company will receive a net income of

$35,000 from this investment. The acceptable cost of capital is assumed to be 10%

p.a. Calculate:

(a) The payback period of this project/investment plan?

company’s analyst had estimated that the useful life of the Machine is 5 years and

that each year (from Year 1 to Year 5), the company will receive a net income of

$35,000 from this investment. The acceptable cost of capital is assumed to be 10%

p.a. Calculate:

(a) The payback period of this project/investment plan?

Shoe Company orders men’s shoes at a buyer’s meeting in New York City. Because the shoe is designed for spring and summer months, it cannot be expected to sell in the fall. Johnson plans to hold a special August clearance sale in an attempt to sell all shoes not sold by July 31. The shoes cost $40 a pair and retail for $60 a pair. At the sale price of $30 a pair, all surplus shoes can be expected to sell during the August sale. If you were the buyer for the Johnson Shoe Company, how many pairs of the shoe would you order? Assume that the demand for these shoes are normally distributed with a mean of 500 and a standard deviation of 20.

An immediate annuity has 40 initial quarterly payments of 20 followed by a perpetuity of quarterly payments of 30 starting in the eleventh year. Find the present value at 5% convertible quarterly.