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A company is considering purchasing an asset for $50,000 that would have a useful life of 5 years

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Question;Directions: Answer the following problems with complete analysis.Q#1A company is considering purchasing an asset for $50,000 that would have a useful life of 5 years and would have a salvage value of $6,000. For tax purposes, the entire original cost of the asset would be depreciated over 5 years using the straight-line method and the salvage value would be ignored. The asset would generate annual net cash inflows of $26,000 throughout its useful life. The project would require additionalworking capital of $8,000, which would be released at the end of the project. The companys tax rate is 30% and its discount rate is 15%.Required:What is the net present value of the asset?Q# 2Fiess & Walter PLC, a consulting firm, uses an activity-based costing in which there are threeactivity costs pools. The company has provided the following data concerning its costs and itsactivity based costing system:Costs:Wages and salaries.....................................................$400,000Travel expenses..........................................................$200,000Other expenses........................................................... $180,000Total...........................................................................$780,000Distribution of resource consumption:_Activity Cost PoolsWorking onBusinessEngageme salariesDevelopmOtherWages andTotal50 %30%100%Travel expenses55%35%10%100%Other expenses15%45%40%100%Required:a. How much cost, in total, would be allocated to the Working on Engagements activity cost pool?b. How much cost, in total, would be allocated to the Business Development activity cost pool?c. How much cost, in total, would be allocated to the Other activity cost pool?Use the following to answer questions 3 & 4: Please Show the workFranklin Glass Works uses a standard cost system in which manufacturing overhead isapplied to units of product on the basis of direct labor-hours. Each unit requires twostandard hours of labor for completion. The denominator activity for the year was basedon budgeted production of 200,000 units. Total overhead was budgeted at $900,000 forthe year, and the fixed overhead rate was $3.00 per unit. The actual data pertaining tothe manufacturing overhead for the year are presented below:Actual production.. 198,000 unitsActual direct labor-hours... 440,000 direct labor-hoursActual variable overhead... $352,000Actual fixed overhead... $575,0003. Franklins variable overhead efficiency variance for the year is:A) $33,000 unfavorable.B) $35,200 favorable.C) $35,200 unfavorable.D) $33,000 favorablePlease mention how to calculate Standard rate4. Franklins fixed overhead budget variance for the year is:A) $19,000 favorable.B) $25,000 favorableC) $25,000 unfavorable.D) $19,000 unfavorable.Q# 5The Carlquist Company makes and sells a product call Product K. Each unit of Product K sells for$24 dollars and has a unit variable cost of $18. The company has budgeted the following data forNovember:o Sales of $1,152,000, all in cash.o A cash balance on November 1 of $48,000.o Cash disbursements (other than interest) during November of $1,160,000.o A minimum cash balance on November 30 of $60,000.If necessary, the company will borrow cash from a bank. The borrowing will be in multiples of$1,000 and will bear interest at 2% per month. All borrowing will take place at the beginning of themonth. The November interest will be paid in cash during November.The amount of cash that must be borrowed on November 1 to cover all cash disbursements and toobtain the desired November 30 cash balance is:A) $20,000.B) $21,000.C) $37,000.D) $38,000.

 

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