Managerial Accounting

Pages: 3 (380 words) Published: June 18, 2013
BE12-1, BE12-4, BE12-5, BE12-6
Exercise: E12-5

BE 12-1

\$450,000 ÷ \$50,000 = 9 years

BE 12-4

| | CashFlows| X| 9% DiscountFactor| =| PresentValue| | | | | | | |
Present value of net annual cash flowsPresent value of salvage valueCapital investmentNet present value| | \$34,000      0| XX| 5.53482 .50187| ==| (\$188,184)(       0)( 188,184)( 200,000)(\$ (11,816)|

The reduction in downtime would have to have a present value of at least \$11,816 in order for the project to be acceptable.

BE12-5

Project A
| | CashFlows| X| 9% DiscountFactor| =| PresentValue| | | | | | | |
Present value of net annual cash flowsPresent value of salvage valueCapital investmentNet present value| | \$70,000      0| XX| 6.41766 .42241| ==| \$449,236       0 449,236 400,000\$ 49,236|

Profitability index = \$449,236/\$400,000 = 1.12

Project B
| | CashFlows| X| 9% DiscountFactor| =| PresentValue| | | | | | | |
Present value of net annual cash flowsPresent value of salvage valueCapital investmentNet present value| | \$50,000      0| XX| 6.41766 .42241| ==| \$320,883       0 320,883 280,000\$ 40,883|

Profitability index = \$320,883/\$280,000 = 1.15

Project B has a lower net present value than Project A, but because of its lower capital investment, it has a higher profitability index. Based on its profitability index, Project B should be accepted.

BE12-6

Original estimate
| | CashFlows| X| 10% DiscountFactor| =| PresentValue| | | | | | | |
Present value of net annual cash flowsPresent value of salvage valueCapital investmentNet present value| | \$46,000      0| XX| 5.75902 .42410| ==| \$264,915       0 264,915 250,000\$ 14,915|

Revised estimate
| | CashFlows| X| 10% DiscountFactor| =| PresentValue| | | | | | | |
Present value of net annual cash flowsPresent value of salvage valueCapital investmentNet present value| | \$39,000      0| XX|...

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