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ACC501 Current Finalterm Papers Fall 2020 |  | 04-03-2021

 

 

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5marks questions
Use of incremental cash flows for making capital budgeting decisions sounds easy but in real world it’s not that simple. You are required to briefly discuss any three key issues which should be considered while determining incremental cash flows.
What are the different types of carrying cost associated with granting credit and opportunity cost for refusing credit?
If a stock is selling for Rs. 25 per share; the next dividend is Rs. 2 per share; and it is expected to grow by 10% more or less indefinitely. What dividend yield, capital gain yield, and total return this stock can offer?
3 marks question
There are two different capital structures; First option consists of 20,000 shares of stock while the second option consists of 10,000 shares of stock plus Rs. 200,000 of debt with an interest rate of 8%. By ignoring tax, what will be the break-even level of EBIT between these two options?

From the given information of ABC firm, calculate firm’s Inventory Turnover and Inventory Period.

Balance Sheet information (in rupees):
Item Beginning Ending Average
Inventory 2,100,000 2,400,000 2,250,000
Accounts Receivable 1,900,000 3,000,000 2,450,000
The expected cash flows over the 3-year life of a Project are Rs.1,800, Rs.3,900 and Rs. 5,000 respectively. Project cost is Rs.6,300. Compute NPV given that discount rate is 11%.
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What is the difference between Market Value and Book Value of an asset?
Market value is the value which a capital asset is having in a market.
Book value is the value that firm has in his books after depreciation.
Some mcqs
ABC Company has following information regarding its book balance and cash transactions:
Book Balance (Bank column) Rs. 15,000
August 20, 2015 deposited a cheque into bank Rs. 3,000
August 20, 2015 write a cheque to make a payment Rs. 1,850

What will be the net float of the company?
ABC Company has following financial information during the accounting period:
Amount (Rs.)
Sales 150,000
Cost 80,000
Depreciation 30,000
Tax rate 34%

What will be the depreciation tax shield of the company?

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ACC501 Current Finalterm Papers Fall 2020


ACC501 Current Finalterm Papers Fall 2020 | | 04-03-2021

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