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Certification Provider: IMANET

Exam Name: Certified Management Accountant

Duration: 120 Minutes

Number of questions in our database: 1336

Exam Version: Feb. 19, 2024

Exam Official Topics:

**Topic 1:**External Financial Reporting Decisions/ Financial Statement Analysis**Topic 2:**Technology and Analytics/ Professional Ethics/ Internal Controls**Topic 3:**Financial Planning, Performance, and Analytics**Topic 4:**Strategic Financial Management/ Performance Management**Topic 5:**Planning, Budgeting, and Forecasting/ Investment Decisions**Topic 6:**Decision Analysis/ Risk Management/ Cost Management/ Corporate Finance

Question #1

The Hopkins Company has estimated that a proposed project's 10-year annual net cash benefit, received each year end. will be $2,500 with an additional terminal benefit of $5,000 at the end of the 10th year. Assuming that these cash inflows satisfy exactly Hopkins' required rate of return of 8%, calculate the initial cash outlay

If the 8% return exactly equals the present value of the future flows ., NPV is zero), then simply determine the present value of the future inflows. Thus, Hopkins Company's initial cash outlay is $19,090 [($2,500)(PVIFA at 8% for 10 periods) + ($5J00)(PVlF at 8% for 10 periods ($2,500)(6.710) + ($5,000)(.463)].

Question #2

Calamity Cauliflower Corporation is considering undertaking a capital project. The company would have to commit $24,000 of working capital in addition to an immediate outlay of $160,000 for new equipment. The project is expected to generate $100,000 of annual income for 10 years. At the end of that time, the new equipment, which will be depreciated on a straight-line basis, is expected to have a salvage value of $10,000. The existing equipment that would be sold to make room for the project has a histoncal cost of $220,000 and accumulated depreciation of $208,000. It has an estimated remaining useful life of 2 years and the remaining book value is being depreciated on a straight-line basis. A scrap dealer has agreed to buy it for $8,000. The company's effective tax rate is 40%. The total after-tax cash inflow relevant to Calamity Cauliflower's disposal of the old equipment is

The relevant after-tax cash inflow consists of the proceeds on the disposal ($8.000) plus the tax benefit ($1,600).

Question #3

The chief financial officer of Pauley, Inc has requested an evaluation of a proposed acquisition of a new machine at a purchase price of $60.000 and with installation costs of $10,000. A $3,000 increase in working capital will be required. The machine will have a useful life of four years. after which it can be sold for $10,000. The estimated annual incremental operating revenues and cash operating expenses are $150,000 and $100,000, respectively, for each of the four years. Pauley's effective income tax rate is 40%, and the cost of capital is 12%. Pauley uses straight-line depreciation for both financial reporting and income tax purposes. Pauley's estimated after-tax cash flow in the fourth year, at which time the equipment will be sold, will be?

The estimated incremental after-tax operating cash flows for each year of a capital project consist of two components: the after-tax cash inflows from operations and the depreciation tax shield arising from the purchase of new equipment. The first of these for Pauley can be calculated as follows:

Pauley's total after-tax operating cash inflow for each year of the project's life is thus $36,000 ($30,000 + $6,000). Ii the final year of the project, two additional cash flows must be taken into account, the after-tax proceeds from the disposal of the equipment purchased for the project, and the recovery of working capital devoted to the project. These two additional cash flows can be calculated as follows:

Pauley's total after-tax cash inflow for the final year of the project's life is thus $49,000

($36,000 + $13,000).

Question #4

The management of Pelican, Inc. is evaluating a proposed acquisition of a new machine at a purchase price of $180,000 and with installation costs of $10,000. A $9,000 increase in working capital will be required. The machine Will have a useful life of four years, after which it can be sold for $30,000. The estimated annual incremental operating revenues and cash operating expenses are $450,000 and $300.000, respectively, for each of the four years. Pelican's effective income tax rate is 40%. and the cost of capital is 12%. Pelican uses straight-line depreciation for both financial reporting and income tax purposes. If the project is accepted, the estimated incremental after-tax operating cash flows at the end of the first year wilt be?

The estimated incremental after-tax operating cash flows for each year of a capital project consist of two components: the after-tax cash inflows from operations and the depreciation tax shield arising from me purchase of new equipment. The first of these for Pelican can be calculated as follows:

Pelican's total incremental after-tax operating cash flows for each year of the project's

life is thus $106,000 ($90,000 + $16,000).

Question #5

The chief financial officer of Pauley, Inc has requested an evaluation of a proposed acquisition of a new machine at a purchase price of $60.000 and with installation costs of $10,000. A $3,000 increase in working capital will be required. The machine will have a useful life of four years. after which it can be sold for $10,000. The estimated annual incremental operating revenues and cash operating expenses are $150,000 and $100,000, respectively, for each of the four years. Pauley's effective income tax rate is 40%, and the cost of capital is 12%. Pauley uses straight-line depreciation for both financial reporting and income tax purposes. Pauley's estimated after-tax cash flow in the fourth year, at which time the equipment will be sold, will be?

The estimated incremental after-tax operating cash flows for each year of a capital project consist of two components: the after-tax cash inflows from operations and the depreciation tax shield arising from the purchase of new equipment. The first of these for Pauley can be calculated as follows:

Pauley's total after-tax operating cash inflow for each year of the project's life is thus $36,000 ($30,000 + $6,000). Ii the final year of the project, two additional cash flows must be taken into account, the after-tax proceeds from the disposal of the equipment purchased for the project, and the recovery of working capital devoted to the project. These two additional cash flows can be calculated as follows:

Pauley's total after-tax cash inflow for the final year of the project's life is thus $49,000

($36,000 + $13,000).

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