9. What is the Cost of Debt, before and after taxes? Using the interest rate for the largest debt…cannot use the weighted interest rate for the debt since it includes capital lease obligations with no stated rate and could not find in the notes to the financials. 5.4% After tax cost is .054 x (1-.36) = 3.5%
There are many tasks I have undertaken or completed in the last year or two that have nothing to do with academics or education. Even though these tasks have not been related to my education, they have helped me prepare for the tasks I plan to undertake in 2014.
Sonja is seriously injured in an auto accident. After six months, she is still unable to return to work. She has no income from her job, and the insurance premium payments are financially burdensome. In this case Sonja has an ordinary life insurance with the waiver-of-premium attached so after six months all premiums would be waived if Sonja is totally disabled. Under some policies, a retroactive refund of the premium paid during the first six months would be paid. (Rejda, George, McNamara, 2014).
1) Incremental cash flows are the cash flows that should be used in calculating the NPV of a project. The cash flows are changes in cash flows that occur as a direct consequence of accepting a project, not the cash flows that the company is already receiving.
(Note: retained earnings information is irrelevant here) Part b. Total market value = debt + pref. equity + Common equity = 1,147,200 + 1,250,000 + 2,500,000 = $4,897,200
1. Incremental cash flows are ultimately the relevant cash flows to be used in project analysis. It is the difference between the cash flows the firm will have if it implements the project, and the cash flows the firm will have if it rejects the project. Although they are a cash expense, interest expenses are not included in project cash flows. We discount a projects cash flows by using its weighted average cost of capital (WACC), which already includes the cost of debt. Therefore, we do not include interest expenses in cash flows because it would essentially be counting them twice.