## Corporate Finance – How much she should deposit each year so that she has enough funds for retirement

How much she should deposit each year so that she has enough funds for retirement?

How much she should deposit each year so that she has enough funds for retirement?

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Corporate Finance

1. Alpha Ltd is expecting an annual earnings before interest and tax of ₹ 1.5 Lakhs. The company has 10% debentures of ₹ 4 lakhs and cost of Equity capital is 12%. Calculate the total value of the firm and the overall cost of capital of the firm according to Net Income Approach. Also comment what will happen to the value of the firm and the overall cost of capital if debt is increased in the capital structure.

2. The Capital structure of ABC Ltd, is as under:

• The sales for the year 2019 are 1.5 Lac units@ ₹ 40per unit
• Also, the variable cost per unit is 20 % of sales revenue
• ₹ 12 Lacs is the fixed operating cost.
• Assume Income tax rate as 40 %

Calculate Operating, Financial and Combined Leverage of the firm and interpret the result.

3. Neha would retire 30 years from today and she would need ₹ 6,00,000 per year after her retirement, with the first retirement funds withdrawn one year from the day she retires. Assume a return of 7% per annum on her retirement funds and if her planning is for 25 years after retirement, Calculate:

a. How much lumpsum she should deposit in her account today so that she has enough funds for retirement?

b. How much she should deposit each year so that she has enough funds for retirement?

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## Corporate Finance – How much lumpsum she should deposit in her account today so that she has enough funds for retirement

How much lumpsum she should deposit in her account today so that she has enough funds for retirement?

How much lumpsum she should deposit in her account today so that she has enough funds for retirement?

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Corporate Finance

1. Alpha Ltd is expecting an annual earnings before interest and tax of ₹ 1.5 Lakhs. The company has 10% debentures of ₹ 4 lakhs and cost of Equity capital is 12%. Calculate the total value of the firm and the overall cost of capital of the firm according to Net Income Approach. Also comment what will happen to the value of the firm and the overall cost of capital if debt is increased in the capital structure.

2. The Capital structure of ABC Ltd, is as under:

• The sales for the year 2019 are 1.5 Lac units@ ₹ 40per unit
• Also, the variable cost per unit is 20 % of sales revenue
• ₹ 12 Lacs is the fixed operating cost.
• Assume Income tax rate as 40 %

Calculate Operating, Financial and Combined Leverage of the firm and interpret the result.

3. Neha would retire 30 years from today and she would need ₹ 6,00,000 per year after her retirement, with the first retirement funds withdrawn one year from the day she retires. Assume a return of 7% per annum on her retirement funds and if her planning is for 25 years after retirement, Calculate:

a. How much lumpsum she should deposit in her account today so that she has enough funds for retirement?

b. How much she should deposit each year so that she has enough funds for retirement?

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## Corporate Finance – Neha would retire 30 years from today and she would need ₹ 6,00,000 per year after her retirement, with the first retirement funds withdrawn one year from the day she retires. Assume a return of 7% per annum on her retirement funds and if her planning is for 25 years after retirement, Calculate

Neha would retire 30 years from today and she would need ₹ 6,00,000 per year after her retirement, with the first retirement funds withdrawn one year from the day she retires. Assume a return of 7% per annum on her retirement funds and if her planning is for 25 years after retirement, Calculate:

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Corporate Finance

1. Alpha Ltd is expecting an annual earnings before interest and tax of ₹ 1.5 Lakhs. The company has 10% debentures of ₹ 4 lakhs and cost of Equity capital is 12%. Calculate the total value of the firm and the overall cost of capital of the firm according to Net Income Approach. Also comment what will happen to the value of the firm and the overall cost of capital if debt is increased in the capital structure.

2. The Capital structure of ABC Ltd, is as under:

• The sales for the year 2019 are 1.5 Lac units@ ₹ 40per unit
• Also, the variable cost per unit is 20 % of sales revenue
• ₹ 12 Lacs is the fixed operating cost.
• Assume Income tax rate as 40 %

Calculate Operating, Financial and Combined Leverage of the firm and interpret the result.

3. Neha would retire 30 years from today and she would need ₹ 6,00,000 per year after her retirement, with the first retirement funds withdrawn one year from the day she retires. Assume a return of 7% per annum on her retirement funds and if her planning is for 25 years after retirement, Calculate:

a. How much lumpsum she should deposit in her account today so that she has enough funds for retirement?

b. How much she should deposit each year so that she has enough funds for retirement?

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## Corporate Finance – The Capital structure of ABC Ltd, is as under: Equity share capital ₹ 100 Lacs 10% Debentures ₹ 50 Lacs

The Capital structure of ABC Ltd, is as under:

• The sales for the year 2019 are 1.5 Lac units@ ₹ 40per unit
• Also, the variable cost per unit is 20 % of sales revenue
• ₹ 12 Lacs is the fixed operating cost.
• Assume Income tax rate as 40 %

Calculate Operating, Financial and Combined Leverage of the firm and interpret the result.

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Corporate Finance

1. Alpha Ltd is expecting an annual earnings before interest and tax of ₹ 1.5 Lakhs. The company has 10% debentures of ₹ 4 lakhs and cost of Equity capital is 12%. Calculate the total value of the firm and the overall cost of capital of the firm according to Net Income Approach. Also comment what will happen to the value of the firm and the overall cost of capital if debt is increased in the capital structure.

2. The Capital structure of ABC Ltd, is as under:

• The sales for the year 2019 are 1.5 Lac units@ ₹ 40per unit
• Also, the variable cost per unit is 20 % of sales revenue
• ₹ 12 Lacs is the fixed operating cost.
• Assume Income tax rate as 40 %

Calculate Operating, Financial and Combined Leverage of the firm and interpret the result.

3. Neha would retire 30 years from today and she would need ₹ 6,00,000 per year after her retirement, with the first retirement funds withdrawn one year from the day she retires. Assume a return of 7% per annum on her retirement funds and if her planning is for 25 years after retirement, Calculate:

a. How much lumpsum she should deposit in her account today so that she has enough funds for retirement?

b. How much she should deposit each year so that she has enough funds for retirement?

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## Corporate Finance – Alpha Ltd is expecting an annual earnings before interest and tax of ₹ 1.5 Lakhs. The company has 10% debentures of ₹ 4 lakhs and cost of Equity capital is 12%. Calculate the total value of the firm and the overall cost of capital of the firm according to Net Income Approach. Also comment what will happen to the value of the firm and the overall cost of capital if debt is increased in the capital structure

Alpha Ltd is expecting an annual earnings before interest and tax of ₹ 1.5 Lakhs. The company has 10% debentures of ₹ 4 lakhs and cost of Equity capital is 12%. Calculate the total value of the firm and the overall cost of capital of the firm according to Net Income Approach. Also comment what will happen to the value of the firm and the overall cost of capital if debt is increased in the capital structure.

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Corporate Finance

1. Alpha Ltd is expecting an annual earnings before interest and tax of ₹ 1.5 Lakhs. The company has 10% debentures of ₹ 4 lakhs and cost of Equity capital is 12%. Calculate the total value of the firm and the overall cost of capital of the firm according to Net Income Approach. Also comment what will happen to the value of the firm and the overall cost of capital if debt is increased in the capital structure.

2. The Capital structure of ABC Ltd, is as under:

• The sales for the year 2019 are 1.5 Lac units@ ₹ 40per unit
• Also, the variable cost per unit is 20 % of sales revenue
• ₹ 12 Lacs is the fixed operating cost.
• Assume Income tax rate as 40 %

Calculate Operating, Financial and Combined Leverage of the firm and interpret the result.

3. Neha would retire 30 years from today and she would need ₹ 6,00,000 per year after her retirement, with the first retirement funds withdrawn one year from the day she retires. Assume a return of 7% per annum on her retirement funds and if her planning is for 25 years after retirement, Calculate:

a. How much lumpsum she should deposit in her account today so that she has enough funds for retirement?

b. How much she should deposit each year so that she has enough funds for retirement?

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## Corporate Finance June 2018 Assignment

Corporate Finance

1. A Project costs ₹ 1,00,000 and is expected to generate cash inflows as:

 Year Cash inflows(₹) 1 20,000 2 22,000 3 25,000 4 28,000 5 20,000

The cost of capital is 12%. Calculate Profitability Index and suggest whether project should be accepted or not.

2. Alok works in an organization which has debt and equity in its capital structure. The net income of the firm is ₹ 2,00,000. The organization pays ₹ 50,000 every year as interest component to debenture holders. Calculate the weighted average cost of capital if the cost of equity is 12% and cost of debt is 9%. If the company’s new project will provide a return of 10%, suggest whether company should make the investment or not.

3. Mr. Sharma was working with Delta Ltd for the past five years. The company was planning for expansion and required a funding of ₹ 20,00,000 for the same. He was considering two financial plans and expected EBIT due to expansion was ₹ 8,00,000. Apart from equity(Face value ₹10) , if the company raised debt, cost of debt was 8%. Tax rate is 35%. Calculate EPS for each financial plan and suggest which financial plan is better for the firm.

3a) Plan A: Funding through 100% equity

3b) Plan B: Funding through 50% Equity and 50 % Debt

## Corporate Finance

Question 1

Lakme India is planning to launch a new product as “Lakme fair Skin Natural Mousse – Hydrating”. The company is planning to import machinery costing Rs100 lacs from Japan. The expected life of the machinery will be 10 years. The selling price per unit will be Rs 1250 and variable cost per unit will be Rs850. Further the company will have to pay Rs25lacs as fixed cost per annum. The fixed cost includes Rs10 lacs as depreciation. The company expects to sale 150000 units of the produced per year. Tax rate applicable is 50 %. The management of the company wants to know the cash flow associated with the equipment, as the CEO of the company emphasis that it is necessary to evaluate capital budgeting decisions. Do you agree? Give reasons supporting your answer and determine the cash flow generated (that is profit after tax+ depreciation) by the equipment.

Question 2

If you want to run your business smoothly, you should be capable enough to manage the working capital requirements of the business in an efficient manner. “Several companies like Dabur, Dell computers, Cadbury India realized the need of maintain an adequate level of working capital. Further they also have to identify the different types of working capital needed in their business at different points of time”.

This is the statement of CEO of M-Mart Ltd who is interviewing you for the position of finance manager. Do you agree with the statement of the CEO? Give reasons and conclude the same in an effective manner.

Question 3

Miss Kavvya is a successful entrepreneur of GEMS Pharma Ltd. The entrepreneur is looking to launch a new sunscreen cream in the market at a selling price of Rs275 per unit. The fixed cost determined for producing the product is Rs55700. The variable cost of producing the product is Rs165 per unit. Miss Kavvya wants to perform the cost volume profit analysis.

a) Discuss and explain the relevant tool, formula of CVP analysis applicable in the above mentioned case and how the cost will be broken down for performing such analysis.

b) If the sales are 800 units then what will be the profit generated by the business? What would be your advice, if the fixed cost is Rs95000 instead of Rs55700?

## Corporate Finance

Question 1

Lakme India is planning to launch a new product as “Lakme fair Skin Natural Mousse – Hydrating”. The company is planning to import machinery costing Rs100 lacs from Japan. The expected life of the machinery will be 10 years. The selling price per unit will be Rs 1250 and variable cost per unit will be Rs850. Further the company will have to pay Rs25lacs as fixed cost per annum. The fixed cost includes Rs10 lacs as depreciation. The company expects to sale 150000 units of the produced per year. Tax rate applicable is 50 %. The management of the company wants to know the cash flow associated with the equipment, as the CEO of the company emphasis that it is necessary to evaluate capital budgeting decisions. Do you agree? Give reasons supporting your answer and determine the cash flow generated (that is profit after tax+ depreciation) by the equipment.

Question 2

If you want to run your business smoothly, you should be capable enough to manage the working capital requirements of the business in an efficient manner. “Several companies like Dabur, Dell computers, Cadbury India realized the need of maintain an adequate level of working capital. Further they also have to identify the different types of working capital needed in their business at different points of time”.

This is the statement of CEO of M-Mart Ltd who is interviewing you for the position of finance manager. Do you agree with the statement of the CEO? Give reasons and conclude the same in an effective manner.

Question 3

Miss Kavvya is a successful entrepreneur of GEMS Pharma Ltd. The entrepreneur is looking to launch a new sunscreen cream in the market at a selling price of Rs275 per unit. The fixed cost determined for producing the product is Rs55700. The variable cost of producing the product is Rs165 per unit. Miss Kavvya wants to perform the cost volume profit analysis.

a) Discuss and explain the relevant tool, formula of CVP analysis applicable in the above mentioned case and how the cost will be broken down for performing such analysis.

b) If the sales are 800 units then what will be the profit generated by the business? What would be your advice, if the fixed cost is Rs95000 instead of Rs55700?

## Corporate Finance

Question 1

Lakme India is planning to launch a new product as “Lakme fair Skin Natural Mousse – Hydrating”. The company is planning to import machinery costing Rs100 lacs from Japan. The expected life of the machinery will be 10 years. The selling price per unit will be Rs 1250 and variable cost per unit will be Rs850. Further the company will have to pay Rs25lacs as fixed cost per annum. The fixed cost includes Rs10 lacs as depreciation. The company expects to sale 150000 units of the produced per year. Tax rate applicable is 50 %. The management of the company wants to know the cash flow associated with the equipment, as the CEO of the company emphasis that it is necessary to evaluate capital budgeting decisions. Do you agree? Give reasons supporting your answer and determine the cash flow generated (that is profit after tax+ depreciation) by the equipment.

Question 2

If you want to run your business smoothly, you should be capable enough to manage the working capital requirements of the business in an efficient manner. “Several companies like Dabur, Dell computers, Cadbury India realized the need of maintain an adequate level of working capital. Further they also have to identify the different types of working capital needed in their business at different points of time”.

This is the statement of CEO of M-Mart Ltd who is interviewing you for the position of finance manager. Do you agree with the statement of the CEO? Give reasons and conclude the same in an effective manner.

Question 3

Miss Kavvya is a successful entrepreneur of GEMS Pharma Ltd. The entrepreneur is looking to launch a new sunscreen cream in the market at a selling price of Rs275 per unit. The fixed cost determined for producing the product is Rs55700. The variable cost of producing the product is Rs165 per unit. Miss Kavvya wants to perform the cost volume profit analysis.

a) Discuss and explain the relevant tool, formula of CVP analysis applicable in the above mentioned case and how the cost will be broken down for performing such analysis.

b) If the sales are 800 units then what will be the profit generated by the business? What would be your advice, if the fixed cost is Rs95000 instead of Rs55700?

## Corporate Finance

Question 1

Lakme India is planning to launch a new product as “Lakme fair Skin Natural Mousse – Hydrating”. The company is planning to import machinery costing Rs100 lacs from Japan. The expected life of the machinery will be 10 years. The selling price per unit will be Rs 1250 and variable cost per unit will be Rs850. Further the company will have to pay Rs25lacs as fixed cost per annum. The fixed cost includes Rs10 lacs as depreciation. The company expects to sale 150000 units of the produced per year. Tax rate applicable is 50 %. The management of the company wants to know the cash flow associated with the equipment, as the CEO of the company emphasis that it is necessary to evaluate capital budgeting decisions. Do you agree? Give reasons supporting your answer and determine the cash flow generated (that is profit after tax+ depreciation) by the equipment.

Question 2

If you want to run your business smoothly, you should be capable enough to manage the working capital requirements of the business in an efficient manner. “Several companies like Dabur, Dell computers, Cadbury India realized the need of maintain an adequate level of working capital. Further they also have to identify the different types of working capital needed in their business at different points of time”.

This is the statement of CEO of M-Mart Ltd who is interviewing you for the position of finance manager. Do you agree with the statement of the CEO? Give reasons and conclude the same in an effective manner.

Question 3

Miss Kavvya is a successful entrepreneur of GEMS Pharma Ltd. The entrepreneur is looking to launch a new sunscreen cream in the market at a selling price of Rs275 per unit. The fixed cost determined for producing the product is Rs55700. The variable cost of producing the product is Rs165 per unit. Miss Kavvya wants to perform the cost volume profit analysis.

a) Discuss and explain the relevant tool, formula of CVP analysis applicable in the above mentioned case and how the cost will be broken down for performing such analysis.

b) If the sales are 800 units then what will be the profit generated by the business? What would be your advice, if the fixed cost is Rs95000 instead of Rs55700?