Accounting rate of return, accounting, Basic Statistics

Ghosh Ltd is considering expanding its business and has to decide between taking on Project A or
Project B. Both projects have a life of four years. Equipment is expected to have no scrap value.
Other information about the projects is as follows:
Project A Project B
Initial outl ay $150 000 $140 000
Annual s ales $100 000 $120 000
Annual purchases $40 000 $65 000
Other costs as a percentage of sales 8% 5%
Increase in working capital $10 000 $18 000
Ghosh Ltd uses a cost of capital of 10%. Discounting factors at 10% are as follows:
Year 1 0.909
Year 2 0.826
Year 3 0.751
Year 4 0.683
Using a cost of capital of 10% Project B has a net present value of$15281
Posted Date: 3/26/2012 1:14:06 PM | Location : United States

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