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Payback, Accounting Rate of Return, Net Present Value, Internal Rate of Return Follow the format shown in Exhibit 123.1 and Exhibit 128.2 as you complete the requirement below. Blaylock Company wants to buy a numerically controlled (NC) machine to be used in producing specially machined parts for manufacturers of trenching machines. The outlay required is $ 730,671. The NC equipment will last five years with no expected salvage value. The expected after-tax cash flows associated with the project follow: Year...
Payback Period Each of the following scenarios is independent. Assume that all cash flows are after-tax cash flows. a. Colby Hepworth has just invested $400,000 in a book and video store. She expects to receive a cash income of $120,000 per year from the investment. b. Kylie Sorensen has just invested $1,400,000 in a new biomedical technology. She expects to receive the following cash flows over the next 5 years: $350,000, $490,000, $700,000, $420,000, and $280,000. c. Carsen Nabors invested...
Payback, Accounting Rate of Return, Net Present Value, Internal Rate of Return Blaylock Company wants to buy a numerically controlled (NC) machine to be used in producing specially machined parts for manufacturers of trenching machines. The outlay required is $900,000. The NC equipment will last five years with no expected salvage value. The expected after-tax cash flows associated with the project follow: Year Cash Revenues Cash Expenses 1 $1,400,000 $1,000,000 2 1,400,000 1,000,000 3 1,400,000 1,000,000 4 1,400,000 1,000,000 5...
Payback, Accounting Rate of Return, Present Value, Net Present Value, Internal Rate of Return For discount factors use Exhibit 12B.1 and Exhibit 12B.2 All scenarios are independent of all other scenarios. Assume that all cash flows are after-tax cash flows a. Kambry Day is considering investing in one of the following two projects. Either project will require an investment of $20,000. The expected cash flows for the two projects follow. Assume that each project is depreciable. ProjectA 6,000 8,000 10,000...
Problem 24-2A Analysis and computation of payback period accounting rate of return and net present value P1 P2 P3 Most Company has an opportunity to invest in one of two new projects Project Y requires a $350,000 invest- ment for new machinery with a four-year life and no salvage value. Project Z requires a $350,000 investment for new machinery with a three-year life and no salvage value. The two projects yield the following predicted an- nual results. The company uses...
Problem 24-2A Analysis and computation of payback period, accounting rate of return, and net present value LO P1, P2, P3 [The following information applies to the questions displayed below.] Most Company has an opportunity to invest in one of two new projects. Project Y requires a $335,000 investment for new machinery with a five-year life and no salvage value. Project Z requires a $335,000 investment for new machinery with a four-year life and no salvage value. The two projects yield...
Payback and ARR Each of the following scenarios is independent. All cash flows are after-tax cash flows. Required: 1. Brad Blaylock has purchased a tractor for $92,500. He expects to receive a net cash flow of $30,250 per year from the investment. What is the payback period for Jim? Round your answer to two decimal places. years 2. Bertha Lafferty invested $385,000 in a laundromat. The facility has a 10-year life expectancy with no expected salvage value. The laundromat will...
Ranking Investment Proposals: Payback Period, Accounting Rate of Return, and Net Present Value Presented is information pertaining to the cash flows of three mutually exclusive investment proposals: Proposal X Proposal Y Proposal Z Initial investment $69,000 $69,000 $69,000 Cash flow from operations Year 1 60,000 34,500 69,000 Year 2 9,000 34,500 Year 3 33,500 33,500 Disinvestment 0. Life (years) 3 years 3 years 1 year(a) Select the best investment proposal using the payback period, the accounting rate of return on initial investment, and...
Payback and ARR Each of the following scenarios is independent. All cash flows are after-tax cash flows. Required: 1. Brad Blaylock has purchased a tractor for $96,250. He expects to receive a net cash flow of $32,500 per year from the investment. What is the payback period for Jim? Round your answer to two decimal places. 2.96 years 2. Bertha Lafferty invested $357,500 in a laundromat. The facility has a 10-year life expectancy with no expected salvage value The laundromat...
Payback and ARR Each of the following scenarios is independent. All cash flows are after-tax cash flows. Required: 1. Brad Blaylock has purchased a tractor for $97,500. He expects to receive a net cash flow of $32,750 per year from the investment. What is the payback period for Jim? Round your answer to two decimal places. 2.98 years 2. Bertha Lafferty invested $385,000 in a laundromat. The facility has a 10-year life expectancy with no expected salvage value. The laundromat...