Market value schedule, Cost Accounting

A Market Value Schedule (in one report),for the complex. This schedule should show the market value of the complex at the end of each year of the project.  Valuation method and other details are provided in the Case Data and Details below.

A Net Present Value Schedule (in one report),for the complex. The purpose of this schedule is to provide management with information in one place  that indicates the implications of realising the project investment (at the market value indicated in the Market Value Schedule) in any year during the original intended project lifetime. ie. The market value and associated cashflows at the ;

  • end of first year.
  • end of second year.
  • end of year.....nth year (etc)
  • end of final year of investment period.

Details are provided in the Case Data and Details below.
12. A Detailed Profit and Loss Statement showing the expected results from operations (of the project) including gross operating income, details of each operating expense, net operating profit(loss) before income tax and financing interest, gains and losses on sale of assets, financing interest income, financing interest expense, income tax expense(savings) and net profit(loss) after income tax, financing interest and gains/losses items for each year.  The detailed Profit and Loss Statement is to be in a table format showing the results for each year of the project adjacent to each other. 

The format for this schedule should result in a table with a similar format  to the figure below.

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