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Home Inc. is considering buying a new piece of equipment, which will cost $715,000 and has an economic life of 5 years, in order to make a new line of product.  The company believes they can sell 25,000 units of this latest product per year at $130 per unit in every of next 5 years.  The unit variable cost is $110 and total fixed costs (excluding CCA) are $195,000 per year.

The CCA rate for the latest equipment is 30% and Home Inc. is going to claim the maximum CCA in every of the next 5 years.

Home Inc. requires to invest $140,000 in net working capital up front which will be fully recovered at the end of 5 years.

The equipment is estimated to be sold at its UCC value at the finish of 5 years.

The discount rate is 15% and the tax rate is 35%.

Requirements: Show your calculation

a.    Determine the CCA allowance and ending UCC in each of the 5 years.

b.    Determine the net income and operating cash flow of this new product for every of the 5 years.

c.    Determine the initial investment outlay.

Posted Date: 3/23/2013 3:04:30 AM | Location : United States

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