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Essay Questions

132. (Ignore income taxes in this problem.) Cooney Inc. has provided the following data concerning a

proposed investment project:

Initial investment............... $160,000

Life of the project...............

7 years

Annual net cash inflows..... $40,000

Salvage value..................... $16,000

The company uses a discount rate of 17%.

Required:

Compute the net present value of the project.

Ans:

Initial investment...............

Annual net cash receipts....

Salvage value.....................

Net present value................

AACSB: Analytic

Level: Easy

Year(s)

Amount 17% Factor

PV

Now ($160,000)

1.000

($160,000)

1-7

$40,000

3.922

156,880

7

$16,000

0.333

5,328

$ 2,208

LO: 1

133. (Ignore income taxes in this problem.) Strausberg Inc. is considering investing in a project that

would require an initial investment of $270,000. The life of the project would be 6 years. The

annual net cash inflows from the project would be $81,000. The salvage value of the assets at the

end of the project would be $27,000. The company uses a discount rate of 10%.

Required:

Compute the net present value of the project.

Ans:

Initial investment...............

Annual net cash receipts....

Salvage value.....................

Net present value................

AACSB: Analytic

Level: Easy

Year(s)

Amount 10% Factor

PV

Now ($270,000)

1.000

($270,000)

1-6

$81,000

4.355

352,755

6

$27,000

0.564

15,228

$ 97,983

LO: 1

14-7

134. (Ignore income taxes in this problem.) Tiff Corporation has provided the following data concerning

a proposed investment project:

Initial investment..................

Life of the project..................

Working capital required.......

Annual net cash inflows........

Salvage value........................

$960,000

6 years

$20,000

$288,000

$144,000

The company uses a discount rate of 16%. The working capital would be released at the end of the

project.

Required:

Compute the net present value of the project.

Ans:

Initial investment.....................

Annual net cash inflows...........

Working capital invested..........

Working capital released..........

Salvage value...........................

Net present value......................

AACSB: Analytic

Level: Easy

Year(s)

Amount 16% Factor

Now ($960,000)

1.000

1-6

$288,000

3.685

Now

($20,000)

1.000

6

$20,000

0.410

6

$144,000

0.410

PV

($ 960,000)

1,061,280

(20,000)

8,200

59,040

$ 148,520

LO: 1

135. (Ignore income taxes in this problem.) Mattice Corporation is considering investing $490,000 in a

project. The life of the project would be 7 years. The project would require additional working

capital of $34,000, which would be released for use elsewhere at the end of the project. The annual

net cash inflows would be $123,000. The salvage value of the assets used in the project would be

$49,000. The company uses a discount rate of 11%.

Required:

Compute the net present value of the project.

Ans:

Initial investment...............

Annual net cash inflows.....

Working capital invested....

Working capital released....

Salvage value.....................

14-8

Year(s)

Amount 11% Factor

PV

Now ($490,000)

1.000

($490,000)

1-7

$123,000

4.712

579,576

Now

($34,000)

1.000

(34,000)

7

$34,000

0.482

16,388

7

$49,000

0.482

23,618

Garrison/Noreen/Brewer, Managerial Accounting, Twelfth Edition

$ 95,582

136. (Ignore income taxes in this problem.) Wary Corporation is considering the purchase of a

machine that would cost $240,000 and would last for 9 years. At the end of 9 years, the machine

would have a salvage value of $29,000. The machine would reduce labor and other costs by

$63,000 per year. The company requires a minimum pretax return of 19% on all investment

projects.

Required:

Determine the net present value of the project. Show your work!

Ans:

Annual cost savings.....

Initial investment.........

Salvage value...............

Net present value..........

AACSB: Analytic

Level: Easy

Year(s)

Amount 19% Factor

1-9

$63,000

4.163

Now ($240,000)

1.000

9

$29,000

0.209

PV

$262,269

(240,000)

6,061

$ 28,330

LO: 1

137. (Ignore income taxes in this problem.) The management of Kinion Corporation is considering the

purchase of a machine that would cost $170,000, would last for 7 years, and would have no salvage

value. The machine would reduce labor and other costs by $50,000 per year. The company requires

a minimum pretax return of 17% on all investment projects.

Required:

Determine the net present value of the project. Show your work!

Ans:

Annual cost savings.....

Initial investment.........

Net present value..........

AACSB: Analytic

Level: Easy

Year(s)

Amount

17% Factor

1-7

$50,000

3.922

Now ($170,000)

1.000

PV

$196,100

( 170,000)

$ 26,100

LO: 1

138. (Ignore income taxes in this problem.) Joanette, Inc., is considering the purchase of a machine that

would cost $240,000 and would last for 5 years, at the end of which, the machine would have a

salvage value of $48,000. The machine would reduce labor and other costs by $62,000 per year.

Additional working capital of $7,000 would be needed immediately, all of which would be

recovered at the end of 5 years. The company requires a minimum pretax return of 17% on all

investment projects.

Garrison/Noreen/Brewer, Managerial Accounting, Twelfth Edition

14-9

Required:

Determine the net present value of the project. Show your work!

Ans:

Initial investment...............

Working capital needed......

Annual cost savings...........

Working capital released....

Salvage value.....................

Net present value................

AACSB: Analytic

Level: Easy

Year(s)

Amount 17% Factor

PV

Now ($240,000)

1.000

($240,000)

Now

($7,000)

1.000

(7,000)

1-5

$62,000

3.199

198,338

5

$7,000

0.456

3,192

5

$48,000

0.456

21,888

($ 23,582)

LO: 1

139. (Ignore income taxes in this problem.) The management of Harling Corporation is considering the

purchase of a machine that would cost $90,504 and would have a useful life of 5 years. The

machine would have no salvage value. The machine would reduce labor and other operating costs

by $27,000 per year.

Required:

Determine the internal rate of return on the investment in the new machine. Show your work!

Ans:

Factor of the internal rate of return

= Investment required Net annual cash inflow = $90,504 $27,000 = 3.352

The factor of 3.352 for 5 years represents an internal rate of return of 15%.

AACSB: Analytic

Level: Easy

LO: 2

140. (Ignore income taxes in this problem.) Maxcy Limos, Inc., is considering the purchase of a

limousine that would cost $187,335, would have a useful life of 9 years, and would have no salvage

value. The limousine would bring in cash inflows of $45,000 per year in excess of its cash operating

costs.

Required:

Determine the internal rate of return on the investment in the new limousine. Show your work!

Ans:

14-10

= Investment required Net annual cash inflow = $187,335 $45,000 = 4.163

The factor of 4.163 for 9 years represents an internal rate of return of 19%.

AACSB: Analytic

Level: Easy

LO: 2

141. (Ignore income taxes in this problem.) The management of Zachery Corporation is considering the

purchase of a automated molding machine that would cost $203,255, would have a useful life of 5

years, and would have no salvage value. The automated molding machine would result in cash

savings of $65,000 per year due to lower labor and other costs.

Required:

Determine the internal rate of return on the investment in the new automated molding machine.

Show your work!

Ans:

Factor of the internal rate of return

= Investment required Net annual cash inflow = $203,255 $65,000 = 3.127

The factor of 3.127 for 5 years represents an internal rate of return of 18%.

AACSB: Analytic

Level: Easy

LO: 2

142. (Ignore income taxes in this problem.) The management of an amusement park is considering

purchasing a new ride for $60,000 that would have a useful life of 15 years and a salvage value of

$8,000. The ride would require annual operating costs of $26,000 throughout its useful life. The

company's discount rate is 10%. Management is unsure about how much additional ticket revenue

the new ride would generate-particularly since customers pay a flat fee when they enter the park

that entitles them to unlimited rides. Hopefully, the presence of the ride would attract new

customers.

Required:

How much additional revenue would the ride have to generate per year to make it an attractive

investment?

Ans:

Years Amount 10%Factor Present Value

Cost of asset....................... Now $(60,000)

1.000

($ 60,000)

Annual operating costs....... 1-15 $(26,000)

7.606

( 197,756)

Salvage value.....................

15

$8,000

0.239

1,912

Net present value................

($255,844)

$255,844 7.606 = $33,637 additional revenue per year would be necessary to justify the

investment. This much additional revenue would result in a zero net present value. Any less than

Garrison/Noreen/Brewer, Managerial Accounting, Twelfth Edition

14-11

this and the net present value would be negative. Any more than this and the net present value

would be positive.

AACSB: Analytic AICPA BB: Critical Thinking AICPA FN: Reporting LO: 3

Level: Hard

143. (Ignore income taxes in this problem.) Devon Corporation uses a discount rate of 8% in its capital

budgeting. Partial analysis of an investment in automated equipment with a useful life of 8 years

has thus far yielded a net present value of -$496,541. This analysis did not include any estimates of

the intangible benefits of automating this process nor did it include any estimate of the salvage

value of the equipment.

Required:

a. Ignoring any salvage value, how large would the additional cash flow per year from the

intangible benefits have to be to make the investment in the automated equipment financially

attractive?

b. Ignoring any cash flows from intangible benefits, how large would the salvage value of the

automated equipment have to be to make the investment in the automated equipment financially

attractive?

Ans:

a. Minimum annual cash flows from the intangible benefits

= Negative net present value to be offset Present value factor

= $496,541 5.747 = $86,400

b. Minimum salvage value

= Negative net present value to the offset Present value factor

= $496,541 0.540 = $919,520

AACSB: Analytic

Level: Easy

LO: 3

144. (Ignore income taxes in this problem.) The management of Crosson Corporation is investigating the

purchase of a new satellite routing system with a useful life of 9 years. The company uses a

discount rate of 17% in its capital budgeting. The net present value of the investment, excluding its

intangible benefits, is -$173,055.

Required:

How large would the additional cash flow per year from the intangible benefits have to be to make

the investment in the automated equipment financially attractive?

Ans:

Minimum annual cash flows from the intangible benefits

= Negative net present value to be offset Present value factor

= $173,055 4.451 = $38,880

AACSB: Analytic

14-12

LO: 3

Level: Easy

145. (Ignore income taxes in this problem.) Chipps Corporation uses a discount rate of 9% in its capital

budgeting. Management is considering an investment in telecommunications equipment with a

useful life of 5 years. Excluding the salvage value of the equipment, the net present value of the

investment in the equipment is -$530,985.

Required:

How large would the salvage value of the telecommunications equipment have to be to make the

investment in the telecommunications equipment financially attractive?

Ans:

Minimum salvage value

= Negative net present value to the offset Present value factor

= $530,985 0.650 = $816,900

AACSB: Analytic

Level: Easy

LO: 3

146. (Ignore income taxes in this problem.) Choudhury Corporation is considering the following three

investment projects:

Investment required.......................

Present value of cash inflows.........

$11,000 $53,000 $89,000

$12,980 $61,480 $96,120

Required:

Rank the investment projects using the project profitability index. Show your work

Ans:

Investment required (a).........................

Present value of cash inflows...............

Net present value (b).............................

Project profitability index (b) (a).......

Ranked by project profitability index...

AACSB: Analytic

Level: Easy

($11,000) ($53,000) ($89,000)

12,980

61,480

96,120

$ 1,980

$ 8,480

$ 7,120

0.18

0.16

0.08

1

2

3

LO: 4

147. (Ignore income taxes in this problem.) The management of Winstead Corporation is considering the

following three investment projects:

Investment required.......................

$14,000 $48,000 $74,000

14-13

$14,140

$54,720

$82,140

The only cash outflows are the initial investments in the projects.

Required:

Rank the investment projects using the project profitability index. Show your work

Ans:

Project Q Project R Project S

Investment required (a)......................... ($14,000) ($48,000) ($74,000)

Present value of cash inflows...............

14,140

54,720

82,140

Net present value (b).............................

$ 140

$ 6,720

$ 8,140

Project profitability index (b) (a).......

0.01

0.14

0.11

Ranked by project profitability index...

3

1

2

AACSB: Analytic

Level: Easy

LO: 4

148. (Ignore income taxes in this problem.) Hady Company is considering purchasing a machine that

would cost $688,800 and have a useful life of 7 years. The machine would reduce cash operating

costs by $118,759 per year. The machine would have no salvage value.

Required:

a. Compute the payback period for the machine.

b. Compute the simple rate of return for the machine.

Ans:

a. Payback period = Investment required Net annual cash flow

= $688,800 $118,759 = 5.80 years

b. The simple rate of return is computed as follows:

Cost of machine, net of salvage value (a)........

Useful life (b)...................................................

Annual depreciation (a) (b)...........................

$688,800

7 years

$98,400

Less annual depreciation..................................

Annual incremental net operating income.......

$118,759

98,400

$ 20,359

Simple rate of return = Annual incremental net operating income Initial investment = $20,359

$688,800 = 2.96%

AACSB: Analytic

14-14

LO: 5,6

Level: Easy

149. (Ignore income taxes in this problem.) Ramson Company is considering purchasing a

machine that would cost $756,000 and have a useful life of 8 years. The machine would reduce cash

operating costs by $132,632 per year. The machine would have a salvage value of $151,200 at the

end of the project.

Required:

a. Compute the payback period for the machine.

b. Compute the simple rate of return for the machine.

Ans:

a. Payback period = Investment required Net annual cash flow

= $756,000 $132,632 = 5.70 years

In this case the salvage value plays no part in the payback period since all of the investment is

recovered before the end of the project.

b. The simple rate of return is computed as follows:

Cost of machine, net of salvage value (a)...........

Useful life (b)......................................................

Annual depreciation (a) (b)..............................

$604,800

8 years

$75,600

Less annual depreciation.....................................

Annual incremental net operating income..........

$132,632

75,600

$ 57,032

Simple rate of return = Annual incremental net operating income Initial investment = $57,032

$756,000 = 7.54%

AACSB: Analytic

Level: Medium

LO: 5,6

150. (Ignore income taxes in this problem.) Ostermeyer Corporation is considering a project that would

require an initial investment of $247,000 and would last for 7 years. The incremental annual

revenues and expenses for each of the 7 years would be as follows:

Sales...................................

Variable expenses...............

Contribution margin...........

Fixed expenses:

Salaries............................

Rents...............................

Depreciation....................

Total fixed expenses...........

$198,000

46,000

152,000

22,000

32,000

33,000

87,000

14-15

$ 65,000

At the end of the project, the scrap value of the project's assets would be $16,000.

Required:

Determine the payback period of the project. Show your work!

Ans:

Net operating income.................................

Add noncash deduction for depreciation. . .

Net annual cash inflow...............................

$65,000

33,000

$98,000

= $247,000 $98,000 = 2.52 years

AACSB: Analytic

Level: Easy

LO: 5

151. (Ignore income taxes in this problem.) The management of Truelove Corporation is considering a

project that would require an initial investment of $321,000 and would last for 7 years. The annual

net operating income from the project would be $28,000, including depreciation of $42,000. At the

end of the project, the scrap value of the project's assets would be $27,000.

Required:

Determine the payback period of the project. Show your work!

Ans:

Net operating income.................................

Add noncash deduction for depreciation. . .

Net annual cash inflow...............................

$28,000

42,000

$70,000

= $321,000 $70,000 = 4.59 years

AACSB: Analytic

Level: Easy

LO: 5

152. (Ignore income taxes in this problem.) Ducey Corporation is contemplating purchasing equipment

that would increase sales revenues by $79,000 per year and cash operating expenses by $27,000 per

year. The equipment would cost $150,000 and have a 6 year life with no salvage value. The annual

depreciation would be $25,000.

Required:

14-16

Determine the simple rate of return on the investment to the nearest tenth of a percent. Show your

work!

Ans:

Simple rate of return = Annual incremental net operating income Initial investment

= [Incremental revenues (Cash operating expenses + Depreciation)] Initial investment

=79,000 ($27,000 + $25,000) $150,000

= 27,000 $150,000 = 18.0%

AACSB: Analytic

Level: Easy

LO: 6

153. (Ignore income taxes in this problem.) The management of Nixon Corporation is investigating

purchasing equipment that would cost $518,000 and have a 7 year life with no salvage value. The

equipment would allow an expansion of capacity that would increase sales revenues by $364,000

per year and cash operating expenses by $211,000 per year.

Required:

Determine the simple rate of return on the investment to the nearest tenth of a percent. Show your

work!

Ans:

Simple rate of return = Annual incremental net operating income Initial investment

= [Incremental revenues (Cash operating expenses + Depreciation)] Initial investment

= 364,000 ($211,000 + $74,000) $518,000

= 79,000 $518,000 = 15.3%

AACSB: Analytic

Level: Easy

LO: 6

154. (Ignore income taxes in this problem.) Russnak Corporation is investigating automating a process

by purchasing a new machine for $198,000 that would have a 9 year useful life and no salvage

value. By automating the process, the company would save $68,000 per year in cash operating

costs. The company's current equipment would be sold for scrap now, yielding $18,000. The annual

depreciation on the new machine would be $22,000.

Required:

Determine the simple rate of return on the investment to the nearest tenth of a percent. Show your

work!

Ans:

Simple rate of return = Annual incremental net operating income Initial investment

= (Cost savings - Depreciation) Initial investment

Garrison/Noreen/Brewer, Managerial Accounting, Twelfth Edition

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= $46,000 $180,000 = 25.6%

155. (Ignore income taxes in this problem.) The management of Schenk Corporation is

investigating automating a process by replacing old equipment by a new machine. The old

equipment would be sold for scrap now for $13,000. The new machine would cost $648,000, would

have a 9 year useful life, and would have no salvage value. By automating the process, the company

would save $186,000 per year in cash operating costs.

Required:

Determine the simple rate of return on the investment to the nearest tenth of a percent. Show your

work!

Ans:

Depreciation on the new machine = $648,000 9 = $72,000

Simple rate of return = Annual incremental net operating income Initial investment

= (Cost savings Depreciation) Initial investment

= ($186,000 $72,000) ($648,000 - $13,000)

= $114,000 $635,000 = 18.0%

AACSB: Analytic

Level: Easy

LO: 6

156. A company is considering purchasing an asset for $70,000 that would have a useful life of 5 years

and would have a salvage value of $12,000. For tax purposes, the entire original cost of the asset

would be depreciated over 5 years using the straight-line method and the salvage value would be

ignored. The asset would generate annual net cash inflows of $22,000 throughout its useful life. The

project would require additional working capital of $8,000, which would be released at the end of

the project. The company's tax rate is 40% and its discount rate is 9%.

Required:

What is the net present value of the asset?

Ans:

Cost of asset........................

Working capital needed......

Net annual cash inflows......

Depreciation tax shield.......

Salvage value......................

Working capital released.....

Net present value................

Years Amount

Now ($70,000)

Now

($8,000)

1-5

$22,000

1-5

$14,000

5

$12,000

5

$8,000

After-Tax

14-18

9%

Tax

Effect

0.60

0.40

0.60

Present

Cost of asset........................

Working capital needed......

Net annual cash inflows......

Depreciation tax shield.......

Salvage value......................

Working capital released.....

Net present value................

Cash

Flows

($70,000)

($8,000)

$13,200

$5,600

$7,200

$8,000

Factor

1.000

1.000

3.890

3.890

0.650

0.650

LO: 8 Level: Medium

Value

($70,000)

(8,000)

51,348

21,784

4,680

5,200

$ 5,012

AICPA FN: Reporting

Appendix: 14C

157. Management is considering purchasing an asset for $40,000 that would have a useful life of 8 years

and no salvage value. For tax purposes, the entire original cost of the asset would be depreciated

over 8 years using the straight-line method. The asset would generate annual net cash inflows of

$20,000 throughout its useful life. The project would require additional working capital of $5,000,

which would be released at the end of the project. The company's tax rate is 40% and its discount

rate is 12%.

Required:

What is the net present value of the asset?

Ans:

Cost of asset........................

Working capital needed.......

Net annual cash inflows......

Depreciation tax shield.......

Working capital released.....

Net present value.................

Cost of asset........................

Working capital needed.......

Net annual cash inflows......

Depreciation tax shield.......

Working capital released.....

Net present value.................

Tax

Years Amount Effect

Now ($40,000)

Now

($5,000)

1-8

$20,000

0.60

1-8

$5,000

0.40

8

$5,000

After-Tax

Cash

Present

Flows

12%Factor

Value

($40,000)

1.000

($40,000)

($5,000)

1.000

(5,000)

$12,000

4.968

59,616

$2,000

4.968

9,936

$5,000

0.404

2,020

$26,572

LO: 8 Level: Medium

Garrison/Noreen/Brewer, Managerial Accounting, Twelfth Edition

Appendix: 14C

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158. Belling Inc. has provided the following data concerning a proposed investment project:

Initial investment...............

Annual cash receipts..........

Life of the project...............

Annual cash expenses........

Salvage value.....................

$168,000

$126,000

9 years

$50,000

$8,000

The company's tax rate is 30%. For tax purposes, the entire initial investment without any reduction

for salvage value will be depreciated over 7 years. The company uses a discount rate of 14%.

Required:

Compute the net present value of the project.

Ans:

Annual cash receipts........................................ $126,000

Annual cash expenses......................................

50,000

Annual net cash receipts.................................. $ 76,000

Initial investment (a)........................................ $168,000

Tax life (b)........................................................

7 years

Annual depreciation deduction (a) (b).......... $24,000

Initial investment...........................

Annual net cash receipts................

Salvage value.................................

Annual depreciation deductions.....

Initial investment...........................

Annual net cash receipts................

Salvage value.................................

Annual depreciation deductions.....

Net present value............................

Year(s)

Amount

Now ($168,000)

1-9

$76,000

9

$8,000

1-7

$24,000

After-Tax

Cash Flows

($168,000)

$53,200

$5,600

$7,200

LO: 8 Level: Medium

14-20

14%

Factor

1.000

4.946

0.308

4.288

Tax

Effect

0.70

0.70

0.30

After-Tax

Cash Flows

($168,000)

$53,200

$5,600

$7,200

PV

($168,000)

263,127

1,725

30,874

$127,726

Appendix: 14C

159. Camel Inc. is considering a project that would require an initial investment of $210,000 and

would have a useful life of 6 years. The annual cash receipts would be $126,000 and the annual

cash expenses would be $57,000. The salvage value of the assets used in the project would be

$32,000. The company's tax rate is 30%. For tax purposes, the entire initial investment without any

reduction for salvage value will be depreciated over 5 years. The company uses a discount rate of

10%.

Required:

Compute the net present value of the project.

Ans:

Annual cash receipts........................................ $126,000

Annual cash expenses......................................

57,000

Annual net cash receipts.................................. $ 69,000

Initial investment (a)........................................ $210,000

Tax life (b)........................................................

5 years

Annual depreciation deduction (a) (b).......... $42,000

Initial investment...........................

Annual net cash receipts................

Salvage value.................................

Annual depreciation deductions.....

Initial investment...........................

Annual net cash receipts................

Salvage value.................................

Annual depreciation deductions.....

Net present value............................

Year(s)

Amount

Now ($210,000)

1-6

$69,000

6

$32,000

1-5

$42,000

After-Tax

Cash Flows

($210,000)

$48,300

$22,400

$12,600

LO: 8 Level: Medium

10%

Factor

1.000

4.355

0.564

3.791

Tax

Effect

0.70

0.70

0.30

After-Tax

Cash Flows

($210,000)

$48,300

$22,400

$12,600

PV

($210,000)

210,347

12,634

47,767

$ 60,747

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