### ACC515 – Sandy expects to receive the following stream of cash flows

Question 1 (15 marks) This question relates to material covered in the Topics 1 to 3. This question addresses the 5th and 6th subject learning outcomes. For the following numerical problems, detailed answers must be shown. This involves providing a brief description of the problems, formulae used, progressive and final answers to the questions. For assignments you are expected to show your workings using the appropriate formula. a. Sandy expects to receive the following stream of cash flows from an investment over the next 5 years:   End of year Cash flow (\$) 1 400 2 800 3 500 4 400 5 300   If the relevant rate of interest is 9% per annum on this investment, how much should she pay for…

### Petral Ltd. Manufactures 2 products, W and Z using the same factory and facilities

Assignment 1 2018 Due date: 5pm (Sydney time), April 10 2018 Submit via Turnitin on the BlackBoard site.  Students should allow at least 60 mins to load up assignments as Turnitin will electronically cease accepting submissions at 5pm (AEST). Each assignment-answer must have a cover sheet.   The workshop presenter's name must be disclosed on the coversheet.  Students who do not attend workshops must find out the name of presenter delivering the workshop they are enrolled in.  Workshop-presenters will mark the assignments of students formally enrolled in their classes.  Students should not change workshops without securing course coordinator's permission. Submissions must be typed, not hand-written.  Tables can be constructed in Word – use the Table function to "insert' a table into…

### Financial Management – Present Value, Standard Deviation

Question 2 (15 marks, 5 marks for each part) a. Roger has invented a new household device that would earn him \$10,000 per annum for the next 10 years. Given an interest rate of 8% per year, would Roger be willing to sell his invention today for \$100,000? b. Debra wins \$200,000 in a lottery. She takes only \$20,000 in cash and invests the balance at a rate of interest of 10% pa with the understanding that she will receive 160 equal monthly payments with the first one to be made in 2 years. Find the size of the payments. c. An investment firm A pays 10% interest per annum, compounded on a quarterly basis. To remain competitive, the investment manager…

### Scenic View Winery Case

University of Saskatchewan Edwards School of Business Department of Accounting Case Project – Winter 2018 Comm 433 – Section 02 Scenic View Winery Case   You have just come back from your meeting with Hector and Sophia Perez, owners of Scenic View Winery, and are organizing your notes. As the new accountant for the winery, the meeting was to bring you up to speed with the company’s history, organization structure and upcoming events/challenges.   Scenic View Winery is a family owned and run winery that has been in operation since the 1950’s when Hector’s parents moved into the Okanogan Valley and purchased their first grape orchard. Over the years, the winery has been successful in developing its special brands of chardonnay…

### Celebrations Pty Ltd – General Journal, Posting and TB

Ms Jennie Smiles is the major shareholder and chief executive officer of Celebrations Pty Ltd, a small business which provides organisation services and supplies for parties, wedding receptions and other happy occasions. Due to the relatively small size of the business Jennie is unable to justify a computerised accounting system thus all accounting is completed manually by ABC Accounting. Celebrations Pty Ltd uses a perpetual inventory system, noting the cost of all inventory sold is 65% of the sales (GST exclusive) price. It is now the end of February 2018 and Jennie requests ABC Accounting to complete all necessary accounting to enable the preparation of a trial balance as at 28 February 2018. As the ABC Accounting accountant assigned to Celebrations Pty…

### Income statement using marginal and absorption cost

(a) Total fixed indirect manufacturing cost is £92,000 per year. (b) Direct labour costs over each of the three years were £10 per unit. (c) Direct material costs over each of the three years were £13 per unit. (d) Variable expenses which vary in direct ratio to production were £7 per unit. (e) Sales were: Year 1: 2,600 units; Year 2: 3,500 units; Year 3: 3,200 units. The selling price remained constant at £85 per unit. (f) Production is at the rate of: Year 1: 3,500 units; Year 2: 3,800 units; Year 3: 3,650 units. (g) Other overheads are as follows: • Distribution expenses £24,000 for each year • Administrative expenses £89,000 for each year (h) Interest expense: Year 1: £1,100;…

### ACC203 – Management Accounting

Question 2: Schedules of cost of goods manufactured and sold; income statement (10 Marks)   The following data refer to Flintoff Fashions for the current year: Sales revenue                                                      \$570 000 Work in process inventory, 31 December      18 000 Work in process inventory, 1 January             24 000 Selling and administrative expenses                              90 000 Income tax expense                                            54 000 Purchases of raw materials                               108 000 Raw material inventory, 31 December            15 000 Raw material inventory, 1 January                  24 000 Direct labour                                                         120 000 Electricity: plant                                                    24 000 Depreciation: plant and equipment                 36 000 Finished goods inventory, 31 December       30 000 Finished goods inventory, 1 January              12 000…

### INTRODUCTION TO FINANCE WINTER 2018 ASSIGNMENT 2

1. Stock valuation (20 marks) Mylex Inc has just released an improved version of its popular sporting product and the world is beating a path to its door. As a result, the firm projects growth of 20% per year for the next four ears. Competition in the product market is expected to drive down profit margins, and hence th sustainable growth rate will fall to 5% after four years. The most recent (i e. year 0) earnings w per share. The firm has a dividend payout ratio of 25% and its discount rates 10%. i) What is the value of the stock price today? (10 marks) ii) What is the expected stock price four years from now? (6 marks) iii) If…

### Consolidation questions

Problem 3-38 (LO 3-4, 3-6) On January 1, Prine, Inc., acquired 100 percent of Lydia Company’s common stock for a fair value of \$130,869,000 in cash and stock. Lydia’s assets and liabilities equaled their fair values except for its equipment, which was undervalued by \$690,000 and had a 10-year remaining life. Prine specializes in media distribution and viewed its acquisition of Lydia as a strategic move into content ownership and creation. Prine expected both cost and revenue synergies from controlling Lydia’s artistic content (a large library of classic movies) and its sports programming specialty video operation. Accordingly, Prine allocated Lydia’s assets and liabilities (including \$55,551,000 of goodwill) to a newly formed operating segment appropriately designated as a reporting unit. The fair…