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Refer to Cornerstone Exercise 10.1. Forchen, Inc., requires an 8 percent minimum rate of return. Required: 1. Calculate residual income for the Small Appliances Division. 2. Calculate residual income for the Cleaning Products Division. 3. What if the minimum required rate of return was 9 percent? How would that affect the residual income of the two divisions?

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Chapter 10, Problem 2CE
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Refer to Cornerstone Exercise 10.1. Forchen, Inc., requires an 8 percent minimum rate of return.

Required:

  1. 1. Calculate residual income for the Small Appliances Division.
  2. 2. Calculate residual income for the Cleaning Products Division.
  3. 3. What if the minimum required rate of return was 9 percent? How would that affect the residual income of the two divisions?

1.

To determine

Calculate the residual income for Division A.

Explanation of Solution

Residual income: It is an amount by which an operating income (earnings) exceeds a minimum acceptable return on the average capital invested.

Residual income=Operating earnings(Minimum acceptable return×Invested capital)

Compute the residual income for Division A:

Residual income=Operating earnings(Minimum acceptable return×

2.

To determine

Calculate the residual income for Division P.

3.

To determine

Explain the effect of change in required rate of return (9%) on residual income of the two divisions.

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