(Solved)FN3140: Module 6 Investment Decisions Analysis 6(Solved)1 Impact of


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I was wondering could you help me out with this Last assignment I don’t have a lot of money 3 parts to this assignment due by Thursday. Please and thank you. I can only pay about 3.00 all my credit I have left on my current account . please and thank you so much . FN Wk 6 analysis6.1.pdf FN3140: Module 6 Investment Decisions Analysis 6.1 Impact of Interest Rate and Time Value of Money Part 1 To complete Part 1 of the assessment: Read Analysis 6.1 Case Study 1. The case describes a prospective purchase and its related details. Analysis 6.1 Case Study River Wild is considering purchasing a water park in Oakland, California, for $2,000,000. The new facility will generate annual net cash inflows of $510,000 for nine years. Engineers estimate that the facility will remain useful for nine years and have no residual value. The company uses straight-line depreciation. Its owners want payback in less than five years and an ARR of 12% or more. The management uses a 10% hurdle rate on investments of this nature. Based on your reading, complete the given tasks: o Compute the payback period, the ARR, the NPV, and the approximate IRR of this investment. o Recommend whether the company should invest in this project. Part 2 To complete Part 2 of the assessment: Read Analysis 6.1 Case Study 2. Analysis 6.1 Case Study 2 Ted Christensen, a second-year business student at the University of Utah, will graduate in two years with an accounting major and a Spanish minor. Christensen is trying to decide where to work this summer. He has two choices: work full-time for a bottling plant or work part-time in the accounting department of a meat-packing plant. He probably will work at the same place next summer as well. He is able to work 12 weeks during the summer. The bottling plant would pay Christensen $380 per week this year and 7% more next summer. At the meat-packing plant, he would work 20 hours per week at $8.75 per hour. By working only part time, he would take two accounting courses this summer. Tuition is $225 per hour for each of the four-hour courses. Christensen believes that the experience he gains this summer will qualify him for a full-time accounting position with the meat-packing plant next summer. That position will pay $550 per week. 1 FN3140: Module 6 Investment Decisions Analysis 6.1 Impact of Interest Rate and Time Value of Money Christensen sees two additional benefits of working part time this summer. First, he could reduce his studying workload during the fall and spring semesters by one course each term. Second, he would have the time to work as a grader in the university‚Äôs accounting department during the 15week fall term. Grading pays $50 per week. Based on your reading, answer the given questions: o Suppose that Christensen ignores the time value of money in decisions that cover such a short time period. Suppose also that his sole goal is to make as much money as possible between now and the end of next summer. What should he do? What nonquantitative factors might Ted consider? What would you do if you were faced with these alternatives? o Now, suppose that Christensen considers the time value of money for all cash flows that he expects to receive one year or more in the future. Which alternative does this consideration favor? Why? Submission Requirements: Submit your responses in a Microsoft Word document meeting the following requirements: Font: Arial, Size: 12 point Line spacing: Double Evaluation Criteria: The analysis rubric will be used to evaluate this assessment. 2 Read more

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