Home Page Layout Formulas Data Insert New Car Performance Parts Division Division 2 Total assets 3 Current liabilities 4 Operating income 5 Required rate of return $33,000,000 $ 6,600,000 $ 2,475,000 $28,500,000 $ 8,400,000 $ 2,565,000 12% 12% 1. Calculate return on investment (ROI) for each division using operating income as a measure of income and total assets as a measure of investment. 2. Calculate residual income (RI) for each division using operating income as a measure of income and total assets minus current liabilities as a measure of investment. Required 3. William Abraham, the new car division manager, argues that the performance parts division has "load- ed up on a lot of short-term debt" to boost its RI. Calculate an alternative RI for each division that is not sensitive to the amount of short-term debt taken on by the performance parts division. Comment on the result. 4. Performance Auto Company, whose tax rate is 40%, has two sources of funds: Iong-term debt with a market value of $18,000,000 at an interest rate of 10% and equity capital with a market value of $12,000,000 and a cost of equity of 15%. Applying the same weighted-average cost of capital (WACC) to each division, calculate EVA for each division. 5. Use your preceding calculations to comment on the relative performance of each division.

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ROI, RI, EVA. Performance Auto Company operates a new car division (that sells high-performance sports cars) and a performance parts division (that sells performance-improvement parts for family cars). Some division nancial measures for 2017 are as follows:

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New Car
Performance
Parts Division
Division
2 Total assets
3 Current liabilities
4 Operating income
5 Required rate of return
$33,000,000
$ 6,600,000
$ 2,475,000
$28,500,000
$ 8,400,000
$ 2,565,000
12%
12%
1. Calculate return on investment (ROI) for each division using operating income as a measure of income
and total assets as a measure of investment.
2. Calculate residual income (RI) for each division using operating income as a measure of income and
total assets minus current liabilities as a measure of investment.
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Home Page Layout Formulas Data Insert New Car Performance Parts Division Division 2 Total assets 3 Current liabilities 4 Operating income 5 Required rate of return $33,000,000 $ 6,600,000 $ 2,475,000 $28,500,000 $ 8,400,000 $ 2,565,000 12% 12% 1. Calculate return on investment (ROI) for each division using operating income as a measure of income and total assets as a measure of investment. 2. Calculate residual income (RI) for each division using operating income as a measure of income and total assets minus current liabilities as a measure of investment. Required

3. William Abraham, the new car division manager, argues that the performance parts division has "load-
ed up on a lot of short-term debt" to boost its RI. Calculate an alternative RI for each division that is
not sensitive to the amount of short-term debt taken on by the performance parts division. Comment
on the result.
4. Performance Auto Company, whose tax rate is 40%, has two sources of funds: Iong-term debt with
a market value of $18,000,000 at an interest rate of 10% and equity capital with a market value of
$12,000,000 and a cost of equity of 15%. Applying the same weighted-average cost of capital (WACC) to
each division, calculate EVA for each division.
5. Use your preceding calculations to comment on the relative performance of each division.
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3. William Abraham, the new car division manager, argues that the performance parts division has "load- ed up on a lot of short-term debt" to boost its RI. Calculate an alternative RI for each division that is not sensitive to the amount of short-term debt taken on by the performance parts division. Comment on the result. 4. Performance Auto Company, whose tax rate is 40%, has two sources of funds: Iong-term debt with a market value of $18,000,000 at an interest rate of 10% and equity capital with a market value of $12,000,000 and a cost of equity of 15%. Applying the same weighted-average cost of capital (WACC) to each division, calculate EVA for each division. 5. Use your preceding calculations to comment on the relative performance of each division.

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