FIN 571 Week 3 Chapter 9 Quiz
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FIN 571 Week 3 Chapter 9 Quiz

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To calculate net present value, you need to discount _________. The term incremental cash flow can best be defined as: An opportunity cost arises in a project whenever: A benefit or cash flow foregone as a result of an action is called: When calculating NPV, why are cash flows discounted instead of accounting profits? Incremental cash flow is equal to: Some examples of indirect effects that could affect incremental cash flows would be: Some examples of opportunity costs that should be included in project analysis are: To calculate net present value, you need to discount _________. The term incremental cash flow can best be defined as: Which of the following are commonly made mistakes that managers make in regard to working capital and forecasting project cash flows? Indirect effects on cash flows may be positive or negative. An opportunity cost arises in a project whenever: A benefit or cash flow foregone as a result of an action is called: When calculating NPV, why are cash flows discounted instead of accounting profits? Which of the following are true regarding the inclusion of working capital in project cash flows? Which of the following statements about nominal versus real cash flows are correct? By keeping costs such as interest and principal payments on debt out of project cash flows, you are following a fundamental principle of corporate finance known as the separation of investment and ___________ decisions. Cash flows from capital investments + operating cash flows + cash flows from changes in working capital = Which of the following are commonly made mistakes that managers make in regard to working capital and forecasting project cash flows? The difference between the nominal discount rate and the real discount rate is ________. The initial capital investment in a project requires a ______ cash flow. The salvage value from a project involves a ________ cash flow. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act allows companies to take bonus depreciation sufficient to write off what percent of investment immediately? Which of the items below are the elements which must be included in the calculation of a project's total cash flow? Smith Industries plans to sell an asset at the end of a 5 year project for $250,000. The book value of the asset at that time will be $125,000. The marginal tax rate is 35 percent. How much tax will Smith pay on the sale, and what will be its net proceeds (cash inflow)? Which of the following are true regarding the inclusion of working capital in project cash flows? A project generates revenues of $5,000, costs of $3,000 and taxes of $700. What is the project's operating cash flow? The initial capital investment is a cash outflow at the start of the project that includes which of the following types of outflows: Which of the following will correct the effect of depreciation? At the end of a project, a firm's investment has a salvage value of $4 million. The firm will pay taxes of $.5 million on the sale of the equipment from the investment. What is the net cash flow to the firm? A project's operating cash flow can be calculated using which of the following equations: Which of the following formulas can be used to ensure that depreciation is not included in a project's operating cash flows? Financing costs like interest and principal payments on borrowed funds must be included in the incremental cash flows for the project. Which of the following statements about working capital is correct? A project generates revenues of $1.4 million, cash expenses of $1 million, and taxes of $100,000. What is the operating cash flow? Which of the following will correct the effect of depreciation? A project generates a net profit of $1.8 million and depreciation of $200,000. What is the project's operating cash flow?

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