## [answered] A company would like to invest in one of two new projects.

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A company would like to invest in one of two new projects.

Project A would be a \$330,000 investment for new machinery with a four year life span and zero salvage value. Project B would be a \$330,000

investment for new machinery with a three year life span and zero salvage

value. The two projects yield the following predicted annual results. Use

straight-line depreciation, and cash flows occur evenly throughout every

year. B A

Sales \$ 400,000 \$ 320,0

00 Expenses

Direct materials 56,000 Direct labor 80,000 Overhead including depreciation 144,000 Selling and administrative expenses 29,000 Total expenses 309,000 Pretax income 91,000 Income taxes (32%) 29,120 Net income \$ 61,880 40,00

0

48,00

0

144,0

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29,00

0

261,0

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59,00

0

18,88

0 \$ 40,12

0 B A

Sales \$ 400,000 \$ 320,0

00 Expenses

Direct materials 56,000 Direct labor 80,000 Overhead including depreciation 144,000 Selling and administrative expenses 29,000 Total expenses 309,000 Pretax income 91,000 Income taxes (32%) 29,120 40,00

0

48,00

0

144,0

00

29,00

0

261,0

00

59,00

0

18,88

0 Net income \$ 61,880 \$ 40,12

0 1. Compute the annual expected net cash flows for both projects. Net income for A=

\$61,880 and net income for B =\$40.120. Compute depreciation expense. 2. Determine payback period project A is cost of investment/annual net cash

flow=payback period Once #1 is completed I will be able to compute this equation

Cost of investment = \$330,000 for both A and B 3. Determine: Project Y , n+4, I=7% so PV factor =3.3872, Project Z, n=3, I=7% so

PV factor = 2.6243, determine inflows, outflows and NPV using 7% as discount rate.

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