Daily demand for a certain product is normally distributed with a mean of 138 and a standard deviation of 13. The supplier is reliable and maintains a constant lead time of 7 days. The cost of placing an order is $17 and the cost of holding inventory is $0.40 per unit per year. There are no stock-out costs, and unfilled orders are filled as soon as the order arrives. Assume sales occur over 358 days of the year.
Your goal here is to find the order quantity and reorder point to satisfy a 73 percent probability of not stocking out during the lead time.
a. To manage inventory, the company is using
Continuous review system
Periodic review system
b. Find the order quantity. (Round your answer to the nearest whole number.)
Order quantity books
c. Find the reorder point. (Use Excel's NORMSINV() function to find the correct critical value for the given α-level. Do not round intermediate calculations. Round "z" value to 2 decimal places and final answer to the nearest whole number.)
Reorder point

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Answer 1

Answer:

A. Continuous review system

B. Order quantity = 2,049 Books

C. Reorder point=987

Explanation:

a. In order To manage inventory, the company is using what is called Continuous review system

b. Calculation to find the order quality

Using this formula

Order quantity = √((2DS)/H)

Let plug in the morning

Order quantity=√ ((2 x 49,404 x 17)/0.40)

Order quantity = 2,049 Books

(138*358=49,404)

C. Calculation for reorder point

First step is to find the σL

73 % S.L. - z = 0.613

Using this formula to find the σL

σL = (Lσ^2)

Let plug in the formula

σL=√(7(13)^2)

σL= 34.39

Second step is to find the Reorder point using this formula

R = d bar(L) + zσL

Let plug in the formula

Reorder point = (138)(7) + 0.613(34.39)

Reorder point = 966+21

Reorder point=987


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Presented below are condensed financial statements adapted from those of two actual companies competing as the primary players in a specialty area of the food manufacturing and distribution industry. ($ in millions, except per share amounts.)
Balance Sheets
Metropolitan Republic
Assets $ 179.3 $ 37.1
Cash
Accounts receivable (net) 422.7 325.0
Short-term investments — 4.7
Inventories 466.4 635.2
Prepaid expenses and other current assets134.6 476.7
Current assets $ 1,203.0 1,478.7
Property, plant, and equipment (net) 2,608.2 2,064.6
Intangibles and other assets 210.3 464.7
Total assets $ 4,021.5 $4,008.0
Liabilities and Shareholders’ Equity
Accounts payable $ 467.9 691.2
Short-term notes 227.1 557.4
Accruals and other current liabilities 585.2 538.5
Current liabilities $ 1,280.2 1,787.1
Long-term debt 535.6 542.3
Deferred tax liability 384.6 610.7
Other long-term liabilities 104.0 95.1
Total liabilities $ 2,304.4 3,035.2
Common stock (par and additional paid-in capital)
144.9 335.0
Retained earnings 2,476.9 1,601.9
Less: treasury stock (904.7) (964.1)
Total liabilities and shareholders’ equity $
4,021.5 4,008.0
Income Statements
Net sales 5,698.0 7,768.2
Cost of goods sold (2,909.0) (4,481.7)
Gross profit $ 2,789.0 3,286.5
Operating expenses (1,743.7 ) (2,539.2)
Interest expense (56.8) (46.6)
Income before taxes $ 988.5 700.7
Tax expense (394.7) (276.1)
Net income 593.8 424.6
Net income per share $ 2.40 6.50
Note: Because comparative statements are not provided you should use year-end balances in place of average balances as appropriate.
Required:
Calculate the rate of return on assets for the following companies
Calculate the return on assets for both companies.
Calculate the Rate of return on shareholders’ equity for the following companies
Calculate the equity multiplier for the following companies.
Calculate the acid-test ratio and current ratio for the following companies.
Calculate the receivables and inventory turnover ratios the following companies.
Calculate the times interest earned ratio for the following companies.

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Answer and Explanation:

We refer to balance sheet figures for each company stated above to retrieve figures for our calculations and use the following formulas for calculations:

For return on assets= net imcome/total assets

For rate of return on shareholders equity =net income/equity

For equity multiplier= total assets/ total equity

For acid-test ratio=liquid assets/current liabilities

For current ratio =current assets/current liabilities

For receivables = credit sales /acct receivables and inventory turnover ratios=cost of goods/inventory

For times interest earned ratio=ebit/interest expenses

Assessment
A customer hands you $3,850 in cash and would like to purchase 14 prepaid cards of
$275 each. The customer hands you the cash with an expired ID, and is expecting you to
process the transaction.
You must decline the transaction for the following reasons: (Select all that apply)
A customer may not purchase more than $2,000 in prepaid cards within a 24-hour period.
We do not sell prepaid cards.
The POS will prompt for customer ID for all prepaid card purchases.
Customer ID must be a valid (not expired) government issued photo ID (US or Canadian
issued driver's license, state ID, passport; US military ID, US Territory ID)
The customer appears to be purchasing prepaid cards just below the threshold where an ID
would be needed.
The customer is attempting to purchase more than the allowable number of gift cards in a
single transaction.

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Answer:

You must decline the transaction for the following reasons:

A customer may not purchase more than $2,000 in prepaid cards within a 24-hour period.

Customer ID must be a valid (not expired) government issued photo ID (US or Canadian  issued driver's license, state ID, passport; US military ID, US Territory ID)

Customers may not purchase more than $250 at the assisted check out (ACO).

Explanation:  

A customer may not purchase more than $2,000 worth of prepaid products in one business day.

POS will prompt cashiers for an ID at $300:

POS will prompt cashiers to scan or manually enter a valid ID for purchases  at   $300.

Customers may not purchase more than 10 prepaid cards in one day.

Customers may not purchase more than $250 at the assisted check out (ACO).

Managing our prepaid card limits on a daily basis is run, similar to our money order process. The 2,000 daily limits for prepaid/gift cards is accomplished through a partnership with  APPRISS.

 Note :

The POS Register does not allow a single transaction over $2,000 to ensure CVS/pharmacy is in compliance with federal regulations.

Breaking up transactions to allow the purchase of more than $2,000

in prepaid products to one customer, couple or group is strictly against CVS/pharmacy policy and may result in disciplinary action up to, and including, termination of employment.

what has the U.S customs created to force importing companies like wal-mart to provide more detailed information about

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Answer: The Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (CTPAT)

Explanation:

The Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (CTPAT) is a partnership program between the public and private sector created by the US Customs to improve border and cargo security.

When a firm like Wal-Mart becomes a member of the CTPAT, the likelihood of their goods being examined at a port of entry falls but this is because of the oversight requirements imposed on the firms such as ensuring the members provide detailed information about their suppliers and transportation companies.

today ,I am happy I help my grandma ​

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thats good to hear! i hope you and your grandma are doing well!

The revenues budget identifies: a. expected cash flows for each product b. actual sales from last year for each product c. the expected level of sales for the company d. the variance of sales from actual for each product

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Answer:

c. the expected level of sales for the company

Explanation:

Revenue/Sales Budget is the first budget to be prepared by most companies because most businesses are sales led.

This Budget shows, the expected level of sales for the company.

It is important that marketers be able to identify which strategy a competitor is using so that they better understand how to position their own products and services. You will see a list of recent or potential strategic decisions made by large firms, and your job is to identify which type of strategy was used in each example.

While there are a variety of strategies across industries, most fall under four basic categories.

1. Market penetration strategies emphasize selling more existing products and services to existing customers.
2. Product development strategies involve creating new goods or services for existing markets.
3. Market development strategies focus on selling existing products or services to new customers. The targeted new customers could be a different gender, age group, or international market.
4. Finally, diversification strategies involve offering new products that are unrelated to the existing products produced by the organization.


Select the most appropriate category of emotional intelligence for below mention behaviors.

i. Arm and Hammer selling baking soda for new purposes.

a. Market penetration
b. Product development
c. Market development
d. Diversification

ii. Apple opening mini-stores within Target

a. Market penetration
b. Product development
c. Market development
d. Diversification

iii. Disney purchasing ESPN

a. Market penetration
b. Product development
c. Market development
d. Diversification

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Answer:

1. Market development

2. Market penetration

3. Diversification

Explanation:

we have already been given a definition of these concepts from question

1.

for Ann and hammer: it is market development because they are trying to create a product for new purposes

2.

for apple: since they are opening mini stores within target they are trying to have an expansion approach where more products and services would be sold to their customers.

3.

for disney: they are diversifying into a new product entirely. ESPN is a well known channel for sporting related activities.

Robert needs his daily fix of coffee in the mid-afternoon and visits different coffee shops that will give him as much utility as possible, given his $20/month food budget. On Monday, the Blue Coffee Shop was selling espresso shots for $3 each and Robert added 3 shots to his cappuccino. By Friday, the Purple Coffee Shop offered espresso shots for $2 each, while all other prices remained the same, so Robert was bold and added 4 espresso shots to his hot beverage.

Required:
Given this information, plot Robert's demand curve for espresso shots.

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Answer:

I drew Robert's demand curve for espresso shots assuming that it was a linear curve since the information contained in the question is limited to that.  

A demand curve generally is downward sloping, since an increase in price will usually result in a higher quantity demanded (at least for normal goods).  

According to the video, what are some things that Human Resources Managers do? Check all that apply.

oversee hiring and firing
purchase computers
distribute office supplies
develop training programs
develop personnel policies
develop pricing strategies
develop recruiting programs

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Answer:

1 4 5 7

Explaination:

Answer:

1 4 5 7

Explanation:

________ is used to make purchases while ________ is the total collection of pieces of property that serve to store value.

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Answer:

Money; wealth.

Explanation:

Money can be defined as any recognized economic unit that is generally accepted as a medium of exchange for goods and services, as well as repayment of debts such as loans, taxes across the world.

Basically, money is a currency used for the purchase of goods and services such as food, clothes, perfume, shoes, automobile etc.

Hence, money is used to make purchases while wealth is the total collection of pieces of property that serve to store value. This simply means, wealth refers to the total or overall assets that is being owned by an individual or organization at a specific period of time.

BMW’s vehicle-assembly facility in South Carolina represents a direct investment inside the United States by the German manufacturer. This facility is an example of:

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Answer:

Foreign direct investment.

Explanation:

BMW’s vehicle-assembly facility in South Carolina represents a direct investment inside the United States by the German manufacturer. This facility is an example of foreign direct investment.

A foreign direct investment (FDI) can be defined as an investment made by an individual or business entity (investor) into an investment market (industry) located in another country. The investor here, shares a different country of origin from the country where his investment is located.

In a foreign direct investment (FDI), an investor must establish his business, factory and operations in a foreign country or acquire assets in a business that is being operated in a foreign country.

Additionally, foreign direct investment (FDI) are categorized into three (3) main types and these are;

1. Vertical FDI: it involves establishing a different business that is however similar to the main business owned by the investor.

2. Horizontal FDI: it involves establishing the same type of business in a foreign country as owned in the investor's country.

3. Conglomerate FDI: it involves establishing a business that is completely different in another (foreign) country.

A deposit of $10,000 is made a year from now, a second deposit of $10,000 is made at the end of the year 5, and a deposit of $3000 is made at the end of year 8. The account earns 6% interest. You want to withdraw an equal amount, X at the end of each year for the next 10 years. What is the amount of X if the goal is to empty the account

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Answer:

$4068.77

Explanation:

We calculate the Future value of all the three deposits at the end of year 8

FV = CF1 *(1+r)^8-1 + CF5*(1+r)^8-5 + CF8 * (1+r)^8-8

FV = 10000 *(1+0.06)^7 + 10000*(1+0.06)^3 + 3000 * (1+0.06)^0

FV = 15,036.30 + 11,910.16 + 3,000

FV= $29,946.46

We have to calculate the annuity payments that have a Present value = $29,946.46

PV = PMT * 1-(1+r)^-n / r

PV = 29,946.46, PMT= ?, r = 6%, n = 10

29,946.46 = PMT * 1-(1+0.06)^-10 / 0.06

29,946.46 = PMT * 1 - 1.06^-10 / 0.06

29,946.46 = PMT * 1 - 0.558395 / 0.06

29,946.46 = PMT * 0.441605 / 0.06

29,946.46 = PMT * 7.36008

PMT = 29,946.46/7.36008

PMT = 4068.768274257889

PMT = $4068.77

Thus, amount of X is $4068.77 if the goal is to empty the account.

What is a sum of money that is borrowed and is expected to be paid back with interest?

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The sum of money that is borrowed and is expected to be paid back with interest is called debt.

Explanation: when someone borrows money from someone else or even from the bank it is done on the condition that the money would eventually be paid back in a certain period of time with an interest payment
a sum of money that is borrowed and is expected to be paid back with interest is a loan

SY Manufacturers (SYM) is producing T-shirts in three colors: red, blue, and white. The monthly demand for each color is 3,487 units. Each shirt requires 0.75 pound of raw cotton that is imported from the Luft-Geshfet-Textile (LGT) Company in Brazil. The purchasing price per pound is $1.55 (paid only when the cotton arrives at SYM's facilities) and transportation cost by sea is $0.70 per pound. The traveling time from LGT’s facility in Brazil to the SYM facility in the United States is two weeks. The cost of placing a cotton order, by SYM, is $186 and the annual interest rate that SYM is facing is 32 percent of total cost per pound.
a. What is the optimal order quantity of cotton? (Round your answer to the nearest whole number.)
Optimal order quantity pounds
b. How frequently should the company order cotton? (Round your answer to 2 decimal places.)
Company orders once every months
c. Assuming that the first order is needed on 1-Jul, when should SYM place the order?
17-Jun
1-Jul
15-Jul
d. How many orders will SYM place during the next year? (Round your answer to 2 decimal places.)
Number of orders times
e. What is the resulting annual holding cost? (Round your answer to the nearest whole number.)
Annual holding cost $ per year
f. What is the resulting annual ordering cost?
Annual ordering cost $
g. If the annual interest cost is only 5 percent, how will it affect the annual number of orders, the optimal batch size, and the average inventory?

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Answer: See explanation

Explanation:

a. The optimal order quantity can be calculated as:

= √2DS/H

where

D = 3 × 12 × 3487 × 0. 75

= 94149

Total cost incurred during purchase

= $1.55 + $0.70

= $2.25

Setup cost (S) = $186

Holding cost

= 32% × $2.25

= 0.32 × $2.25

= $0.72

Optimal order quantity

= √(2 × 94149 × 186)/0.72

= 6974.50

b. This will be calculated as:

Annual demand / EOQ

= 94149/6974.50

= 13.50

The company should order cotton 13.5 times per year.

c. Since the first order is needed on 1-July and lead time is 2 weeks, SYM should place the order before 17th June.

d. This will be:

= Annual demand / EOQ

= 94149/6974.50

= 13.5 orders

e. The resulting annual holding cost will be:

= 0.72 × (6974.50/2)

= 0.72 × 3487.25

= $2510.82

f. The resulting annual ordering will be:

= 94149/6974.50 × $186

= 13.5 × $186

= $2511

Who was the first missionary to arrive in Africa?​

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the london missionary sent david livingstone to south africa in 1840.

Answer:

David Livingstone in 1840.

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If a Treasury note has a bid price of $975, the quoted bid price in the Wall Street Journal would be

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Answer:

the quoted bid price would be 97:16

Explanation:

the quoted ask price will be 97:50

The quoted bid price is the price at which buyers are willing to purchase a security, while the quoted ask is the price at which sellers are willing to sell their securities. There is always a difference between both of them, and it is called the spread.

The following information is available for Mergenthaler Corporation for the year ended December 31, 2022:

Collection of principal on long-term loan to a supplier $16,000
Acquisition of equipment for cash 10,000
Proceeds from the sale of long-term investment at book value 22,000
Issuance of common stock for cash 20,000
Depreciation expense 25,000
Redemption of bonds payable at carrying (book) value 34,000
Payment of cash dividends 6,000
Net income 30,000
Purchase of land by issuing bonds payable 40,000

In addition, the following information is available from the comparative balance sheet for Mergenthaler at the end of 2022 and 2021:

2021 2022
Cash $148,000 $91,000
Accounts receivable (net) 25,000 15,000
Prepaid insurance 19,000 13,000
Total current assets $192,000 $119,000
Accounts payable $30,000 $19,000
Salaries and wages payable 6,000 7,000
Total current liabilities $36,000 $26,000

Required:
Prepare Mergenthaler's statement of cash flows for the year ended December 31, 2014, using the indirect method.

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Answer:

Cash Flow from Operating Activities          Amount$

Net Income                                                        30000

Add Depreciation Expense                              25000

Increase in Accounts Payable                          11000

Increase in Accounts Receivables                  -10000

Increase in Prepaid Insurance                         -6000

Decrease in Salaries and Wages Payable       -1000

Net Cash Flow from Operating Activities A  49000

Cash Flow from Investing Activities

Acquisition of Equipment for Cash                      -10000

Proceeds from Sale of Long-Term Investment    22000

Net Cash Flow from Investing Activities B         12000

Cash Flow from Financing Activities

Redemption of Bonds Payable                            -34000

Proceeds from Issuance of Common Stock        20000

Payment of Cash Dividends                                 -6000

Collection of Principal on Long-Term Loan         16000

Net Cash Used in Financing Activities C           -4000

Opening Cash Balance                                        91000

Add Increase in Cash (A+B+C)                             57000

Closing Cash Balance                                          148000

Alpha Inc. has receivables from unrelated parties with a face value of $5,000. It transfers these receivables to bank for $4,500, without recourse. It will continue to collect the receivables, depositing them in a non-interest-bearing bank account with the cash flows remitted to the bank at the end of each month. It is not allowed to sell or pledge the receivables to anyone else and is under no obligation to repurchase the receivables from bank. Which of the following is the appropriate treatment for these Accounts receivables?
A) It should show these receivables in its Balance Sheet.
B) It should amortize these receivables.
C) It should derecognize these receivables.
D) It should derecognize these receivables if it retains the interest earned on these.

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Answer:

C). It should derecognize these receivables.

Explanation:

Derecognition is characterized as the process of removing or derecognizing a financial asset or liability from the company's balance sheet that was previously acknowledged. In the given situation, the appropriate treatment for the Account receivables would be to dercognize it as the organization does not possess any control over them. Thus, option C is the correct answer.

Last month Empire Company had a $35,280 profit on sales of $287,000. Fixed costs are $68,040 a month. By how much would sales be able to decrease for Empire to still break even

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Answer:

sales might decrease by $287,000 - $189,000 = $98,000 and the company will still break even

Explanation:

gross profit = net income + fixed costs = $35,280 + $68,040 = $103,320

COGS = total sales - gross profit = $287,000 - $103,320 = $183,680

contribution margin ratio = $103,320 / $287,000 = 36%

break even point in $ = $68,040 / 36% = $189,000

sales might decrease by $287,000 - $189,000 = $98,000 and the company will still break even

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Lean and Six Sigma models contradict one another,
True
False

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True................................

You are invested in two hedge funds. The probability that hedge fund Alpha generates positive returns in any given year is 60%. The probability that hedge fund Omega generates positive returns in any given year is 70%. Assume the returns are independent. What is the probability that both funds generate positive returns in a given year? What is the probability that both funds lose money?

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Answer:

42% and 12%

Explanation:

The computation is shown below:

For Alpha Fund

Positive return = 60%

Lose money is

= 1 - 0.60

= 40%

For Omega Fund

 Positive return = 70%

Lose money is

= 1 - 0.70

= 0.30

Also the returns are non-dependent

Now the positive return is

= 60% × 70

= 42%

And, the probability of lose money is

= 40% × 30%

= 12%

Mcmurtry Corporation sells a product for $250 per unit. The product's current sales are 13,600 units and its break-even sales are 10,608 units. The margin of safety as a percentage of sales is closest to:

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Answer:

22%

Explanation:

Margin of Safety is the amount by which sales can fall before making a loss.

Margin of Safety = Expected Sales - Break-even Sales ÷ Expected Sales

                           = (13,600 - 10,608) ÷ 13,600

                           = 0.22 or 22%

At January 1, 2021, Cafe Med leased restaurant equipment from Crescent Corporation under a nine-year lease agreement. The lease agreement specifies annual payments of $29,000 beginning January 1, 2021, the beginning of the lease, and at each December 31 thereafter through 2028. The equipment was acquired recently by Crescent at a cost of $207,000 (its fair value) and was expected to have a useful life of 13 years with no salvage value at the end of its life. (Because the lease term is only 9 years, the asset does have an expected residual value at the end of the lease term of $94,113.) Crescent seeks a 12% return on its lease investments. By this arrangement, the lease is deemed to be an operating lease.

Required:
a. What will be the effect of the lease on Cafe Med's earnings for the first year (ignore taxes)?
b. What will be the balances in the balance sheet accounts related to the lease at the end of the first year for Café Med (ignore taxes)?

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Answer:

Café Med

a. Café Med's earnings for the first year will be reduced by $58,000 (Operating lease expense for January 1 and December 31, 2021).

b. In Café Med's Balance Sheet, at the end of the first year, there will be a liability balance or Lease Expense Payable of $29,000 for the balance due to be paid on December 31, 2021.

Explanation:

Lease annual payments = $29,000

First payment date = January 1, 2021

Subsequent payment dates = December 31, 2021 to 2028.

Period of lease agreement = 9 years < 75% (9/13)

Cost of equipment to Crescent = $207,000

Lifespan of equipment = 13 years

Residual value at end of the lease term = $94,113

b) Café Med will recognize this lease arrangement as an operating lease.  This is based on periodic rental payment on a straight-line basis, which is recorded as an operating lease expense.  The liability arising will be for unpaid rentals at the end of the accounting period.

When all of a firm's inputs are doubled, input prices do not change, and this results in the firm's level of production more than doubling, a firm is operating:

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Answer: (B) on the downward-sloping portion of its long-run average total cost curve.

Explanation:

The downward-sloping portion of a company's Long Run Average Total Cost(LRATC) curve is the part where increasing returns to scale is witnessed.

This is because the costs that are incurred by the company leads to higher proportional output thereby reducing the average cost and pulling the LRATC down.

In this scenario, the inputs doubled and the firm's level of production more than doubled which means that with outputs increasing more than costs, the Average cost is reducing and the slope is downward sloping.

Alice and Bob entered into a forward contract some time ago. Alice has the long position, while Bob has the short position. The forward contract will mature in three months and has a delivery price of $40. The current forward price for the contract is $42. The three-month risk-free interest rate (with continuous compounding) is 8%. What is the value Bob's position?

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Answer:

$ - 1.96

Explanation:

After three months, Alice (long the contract) can buy the underlying by paying the delivery price of $40 which is $2 less than $42 the long position would have to pay if the contract was entered today.

DATA

Delivery price = $40

The three-month risk-free interest rate (with continuous compounding) =8%.

The current forward price = $42

Solution

So based on the present situation, Alice would be in $2 profit at the end of 3 months and Bob would be in $2 loss

Present value of Bob's loss (with continuous compounding) = 2\times e^{-0.08\times 0.25}

Present value of Bob's loss (with continuous compounding) = $1.96

The value of Bob's position is $ - 1.96

Demarco and Janine Jackson have been married for 20 years and have four children who qualify as their dependents (Damarcus, Janine, Michael, and Candice). The couple received salary income of $100,000 and qualified business income of $10,000 from an investment in a partnership, and they sold their home this year. They initially purchased the home three years ago for $200,000 and they sold it for $250,000. The gain on the sale qualified for the exclusion from the sale of a principal residence. The Jacksons incurred $16,500 of itemized deductions, and they had $3,550 withheld from their paychecks for federal taxes. They are also allowed to claim a child tax credit for each of their children. However, because Candice is 18 years of age, the Jacksons may only claim the child tax credit for other qualifying dependents for Candice. (Use the tax rate schedules.)
Comprehensive Problem 4-55 Parts-c through f
a. What would their taxable income be if their itemized deductions totaled $28,000 instead of $16,500?
b. What would their taxable income be if they had $0 itemized deductions and $6,000 of for AGI deductions?
c. Assume the original facts but now suppose the Jacksons also incurred a loss of $5,000 on the sale of some of their investment assets. What effect does the $5,000 loss have on their taxable income?

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Answer:

a. Taxable income = $80,000

b. Taxable income = $77,600

c. Taxable income = $80,600

Explanation:

Taxable income refers to the amount of income that is used to determine the amount of tax that will be paid to the government by an individual or firm in given year. The taxable income is arrived at after all the relevant addition and allowable deductions have been made.

The requirements are therefore answered as follows:

a. What would their taxable income be if their itemized deductions totaled $28,000 instead of $16,500?

Note: See part a of the attached excel file see the effect on taxable income.

The itemized deductions total of $28,000 instead of $16,500 makes the taxable income to be $80,000.

In the attached excel file, the following calculations is used:

Qualified business income deduction = Qualified business income * Parentage of deduction allowed = $10,000 * 20% = $2,000

b. What would their taxable income be if they had $0 itemized deductions and $6,000 of for AGI deductions?

Note: See part b of the attached excel file for the calculations of the taxable income.

This makes the taxable income to be equal to $77,600.

c. Assume the original facts but now suppose the Jacksons also incurred a loss of $5,000 on the sale of some of their investment assets. What effect does the $5,000 loss have on their taxable income?

Note: See part c of the attached excel file for the calculations of the taxable income.

The loss of loss of $5,000 on the sale of some of their investment assets incurred by the Jacksons is capital loss.

For tax purposes, capital loss of can be deducted as a loss on tax return by tax payers with a maximum of $3,000 to be deducted per year.

Therefore, the Jacksons will deduct $3,000 as a capital loss from their tax return, and the effect of this is to reduce the taxable income by $3,000.

This makes the taxable income to be equal to $80,600.

Which of the following best defines a financial intermediary? a claim by a buyer to a future payment by a seller a collection of stocks and bonds issued to investors a financial institution that transforms investor funds into financial assets an asset sold by a company which entitles the buyer to partial ownership

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Answer:

Option C (A financial.......assets) is the correct choice.

Explanation:

A financial intermediary seems to be an entity that serves as an intermediary seen between the listing agent as well as the buyer's transactions. They help convert investment properties, swap properties between producers and consumers, respectively. Therefore, a financial intermediary would be a finance company that converts capital instruments into investment capital.

Other decisions are given aren't connected to the results provided. So that is indeed the safest decision.

Nutritional Foods reports merchandise inventory at the​ lower-of-cost-or-market. Prior to releasing its financial statements for the year ended August ​31, 2019​, Nutritional's preliminary income​ statement, before the​ year-end adjustments, appears as​ follows:

NUTRITIONAL FOODS
Income Statement (Partial)
Year Ended March 31, 2017
Sales Revenue ........ $117,000
Cost of Goods Sold ..... 45,000
Gross Profit ........ $72,000

Nutritional has determined that the current replacement cost of ending merchandise inventory is $17,000. Cost is $19,000.

Required:
a. Journalize the adjusting entry for merchandise​ inventory, if any is required.
b. Prepare a revised partial income statement to show how Nutritional Foods should report sales, cost of goods sold, and gross profit.

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Answer:

a) since the cost of ending inventory is higher than the replacement value, then ending inventory must decrease, which will result in higher COGS. The adjusting journal entry is:

March 31, 2017, inventory adjustment

Dr Cost of goods sold 2,000

    Cr Merchandise inventory 2,000

b) revised income statement

NUTRITIONAL FOODS

Income Statement (Partial)

Year Ended March 31, 2017

Sales Revenue ........ $117,000

Cost of Goods Sold ..... $47,000

Gross Profit ........ $70,000

A Corporation has two divisions: the South Division and the West Division. The corporation's net operating income is $26,900. The South Division's divisional segment margin is $42,800 and the West Division's divisional segment margin is $29,900. What is the amount of the common fixed expense not traceable to the individual divisions

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Answer:

$45,800

Explanation:

Common fixed expense not traceable to the individual divisions = South division's divisional segment margin + west division's divisional segment - corporation's net operating income

Common fixed expense not traceable to the individual divisions = $42,800 + $29,900 - $26,900

Common fixed expense not traceable to the individual divisions = $45,800

Larkspur Incorporated factored $124,300 of accounts receivable with Cullumber Factors Inc. on a without-recourse basis. Cullumber assesses a 2% finance charge of the amount of accounts receivable and retains an amount equal to 5% of accounts receivable for possible adjustments.

Required:
Prepare the journal entry for Larkspur Incorporated and Cullumber Factors to record the factoring of the accounts receivable to Cullumber.

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Answer:

Larkspur Incorporated

DR Cash                                                           115,599

     Due from Factor (Cullumber)                       6,215

     Loss on Sale of Receivables                       2,486

     CR Accounts Receivable                                               124,300

Working

Due from Factor = 5% * 124,300

= $‭6,215‬

Loss on sale of receivables = 2% * 124,300

= $‭2,486‬

Cash = 124,300 - 6,215 - 2,486

= $‭115,599‬

Cullumber Factors Inc.

DR Accounts Receivable                                       124,300

     CR Due to Larkspur                                                             6,215

           Financing Revenue                                                        2,486

           Cash                                                                              115,599

A check register shows a balance of $152.34. The bank statement shows that a check for $75.00 deposited by the account owner was drawn against insufficient funds and was returned. A charge for $2.00 was also deducted by the bank because of the return. Compute the adjusted cash balance of the check register.

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Answer:

$150.34

Explanation:

The $75 check has been drawn against insufficient funds and has been returned so this check won't be included in the adjusted cash balance of the check register.

A charge for $2.0 will be deducted from the balance shown by the cash register above to calculate the adjusted cash balance of the check register.

Adjusted cash balance of the check register = $152.34 - $2

Adjusted cash balance of the check register = $150.34

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