Business Finance
GCU Ch 1 & 2 Managerial Finance and Financial Markets Problems Assignment

Grand Canyon University

Question Description

Complete the following problems from Chapters 1 and 2 in Principles of Managerial Finance:

  1. The Role of Managerial Finance: P1-1; P1-3; P1-4; P1-5
  2. The Financial Markets: E2-4; P2-1; P2-4; P2-6

Use Excel and the Chapters 1-2 Excel resource (if needed).

Please show all work for each problem. (all questions are in attached word document)

4 months ago

assignment_week1.docx

Final Answer

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1. The Role of Managerial Finance:
P1-1;
Merideth Harper has invested $25,000 in Southwest Development Company. The firm has
recently declared bankruptcy and has $60,000 in unpaid debts.
a) Under Sole proprietorship, the owner receives all profits and sustains all losses. Here, the
Owner has unlimited liability. Therefore, he is responsible for all the unpaid debts. His total
wealth can be taken to satisfy the debts.
b) If the Company is a 50-50 partnership company, then
In Partnership, all partners have unlimited liability and each partner is legally liable for the
unpaid debts according to the partnership. Here, the two partners are equally liable for the unpaid
debts. Each partner is legally liable for $30,000 of the unpaid debts.
c) In Corporations, owners have limited liability which guarantees that they cannot lose more
than what they have invested. Here, the invested amount is calculated as a percentage of the total
investment. Since the total investment is not given, the person cannot lose more than what he has
invested.
P1-3;
a. Total cash inflows = Interest received + salary = 450+4500 = 4950
Total cash outflows = 1000+500+800+355+280+1200+222 = 4357
b. Net cash flow is the difference between cash inflows and outflows. It ca be represented as
follows:
Net cash flow = cash inflows- cash outflows
Net cash flow for the month of August = Cash inflow – cash outflow = 4950 – 4357 = 593
C. There is no shortage. In case of shortage, Jane can borrow money from bank at the interest
rate of 6%
D. There is a surplus of $593. In case of surplus, Jane can invest in short term investments, on
which bank provides interest rate of 5%
P1-4;
Marginal means additional. Marginal cost benefit analysis is used to evaluating the project.
Instead of considering total cost and total benefit like conventional system in this approach only
marginal cost and benefit analyzed.
It means if a project is provide net marginal benefit then it may be an acceptable project.
Calculation of Marginal cost, Marginal benefit and net benefit.

Particulars
Amount
Present Value of
400,000
Existing Benefit (a)
Present Value of
560,000
Proposed benefit (b)
Marginal Benefit ( if
160,000
robotics replaced) (b-a)
Existing Cost ( c)
Marginal cost if project
220,000
accepted (d )
Marginal Cost (d-c)
220,000
Cash Flow from ale of
70,000
existing robotics
Net Benefit
10,000
( Marginal benefit –
Marginal cost +
opportunity cost
(160,000+70,000-220,000)
through sale of existing
robotics)
Answer
Marginal Benefit-$ 160,000
Marginal Cost- $ 220,000
Net benefit - $ 10,000
Conclusion- As replacement showing net positive figure hence new robotics should be installed
after sale of existing robotics.
Additional Factors
Beside analysis of financial data non-financial factors also play a crucial role for decision
making in new projects. Significant social and environmental impacts need to be evaluated for
decision making.
For evaluation of social impact following issues need to be considered.



Law and order
Workplace safety
For evaluation of environmental ...

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