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Hello, Our team is looking for somebody to manage our financial transactions, Pay our suppliers and Manage our online working platforms such as Slack and Asana. Your role will also be account management, Billing invoices, Processing Payments and Balancing the Books of Account.
The following is data regarding projected sales and costs, respectively, for the project. It is feasible to project that we will receive a tax break from this implementation. Future depreciation methods for taxes will be straight-line; however, the corporate rates will be reduced to 35% as we assumed in our weighted average cost of capital (WACC) calculation. You can use a WACC of 10% for the computation of the NPV and comparison for IRR. • Initial investment outlay of $30 million, consisting of $25 million for equipment and $5 million for net working capital (NWC) (plastic substrate and ink inventory); NWC recoverable in terminal year • Project and equipment life: 5 years • Sales: $25 million per year for five years • Assume gross margin of 60% (exclusive of depreciation) • Depreciation: Straight-line for tax purposes • Selling, general, and administrative expenses: 10% of sales • Tax rate: 35% Use this information to compute the 1. Cash flows for the project. 2. Net Present Value (NPV) 3. Internal Rate of Return (IRR) of the project using the Excel spreadsheet. Use the IRR financial function for the computation of IRR.
1. Cash solvency refers to the ability of the government to generate enough cash in the short term to meet its current liabili- ties. Calculate the current ratio for the governmental activities and total primary government. Explain what these ratios suggest about the condition of Ponderosa’s cash solvency. Most of the city’s cash is invested in financial instru- ments. What policies are in place to moni- tor these investments? 2. Long-run solvency refers to the ability of a government to generate revenues sufficient to meet all regular operating costs aswell as unusual costs that occur in specific years. These unusual costs might include payments for capital asset replacement and acquisition and pension obligations. Consider how the following questions help assess the long-run solvency of Ponderosa: a. For governmental activities and total primary government presented on the statement of net assets and the state- ment of activities: Calculate debt to total assets ratio, debt to net assets ratio, return on net assets, and times- interest-earned. Do these ratios raise any red flags? b. Examine the statement of revenues, expenditures, and changes in fund bal- ances—governmental funds to do the following: • Calculate the common size ratios by revenue sources and the revenue per capita for the government funds. Identify the major revenue sources for Ponderosa. How do these compare with those of the other cities refer- enced in the background section? • Calculate and interpret the common size ratios for expenditures. Find the expenditures per capita for the major expenditure items in the governmental funds. How do these compare with those of the other cities referenced in the background section? c. Examine the statement of activities to determine which government function generates the most program revenue. Which government function is most subsidized by taxes and other general revenues? 3. Budgetary solvency refers to whether a city can generate enough revenues to meet its expenditure obligations and not incur deficits over the normal budgetary period. Review the budgetary comparison schedule for general fund. What do you observe? Comment on the budget solvency of Ponderosa. 4. Consider the financial health of the busi- ness activities or enterprise funds. a. Calculate and interpret the following ratios for the combined enterprise funds: • Liquidity ratios (FY 2006 and 2007): current and quick ratios; • Profitability (FY 2006 and 2007): total margin and return on net assets; and • Leverage (FY 2006 and 2007): debt ratio, debt to net assets, and times-interest-earned ratio. b. What is your assessment of the business activities of the City of Ponderosa? How material are the business activities relative to the primary government activities? In what ways might the business activities be important to the governmental activities of Ponderosa? 5. Considering your analysis in the preced- ing questions, what are the major strengths and vulnerabilities in the overall financial condition of the City of Ponderosa?
Financial Information- I need 2 pages including Stock Chart and Revenue & Profit Visual Aid. You will create a stock chart using Google Finance analyzing the company, competitors and the overall market for the last 5 years. Also, you will create a chart/visual aid with profit and revenue for the last 5 [url removed, login to view] section should start with the stock chart, a few paragraphs describing the trends and anexplain what is driving the trends. Then one or two visual aids with revenue and profit and include a few paragraphs describing the tends and what is driving the trends. -Take a screenshot of the stock chart you create in Google Finance and write a paragraph describing and analyzing the chart. Use the following questions to guide your analysis I Is your company’s stock performing better or worse than the overall market (use your index that your chose)? How is it doing compared to competitors? Overall, has it been going up or down or flat over the last five years? For the profit and revenue chart and stock chart talk about trends (going up, down, or flat) and explain why. I am here and reachable for any questions. STRONG English speakers only please, I have had problems before with people no understanding culture/language gaps.
Hello - I'm lookin for someone to create our fiscal budgets for next year. So 51 restaurant budgets (with 3 new builds in '18), 7 areas, two regions and consolidated results. I will provide YTD numbers for all line items by store/area and use those as a starting point. Some other needs for the excel file: - New store build file - add loans to P&L, proforma - Unique bill tab – bills that aren’t paid every month - Capital planning tab – add capital investments and time/period they will be paid - Bills be able to enter bills/budgets that are the same amount every month, seasonal, or other ways - 3-year forecasting - Cash flow, income and balance sheet by period - What if analysis - Bills are straight amount, % of sales or % of something else - G&A tab Please let me know if you have any questions
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We are looking for an experienced business plan writer with creativity, graphic design experience and overall business acumen. Must have knowledge of financial models. Real estate experience a plus (+). The plan is for a hotel in an existing structure. Must show examples of prior work.
Company Overview Dynamic CBD accounting firm which specialises in the various financial needs of entrepreneurs. Our Goals We are looking for an entrepreneurial business services accountant to assist with our portfolio of clients. The successful person will play a pivotal role in developing their niche portfolio with some of Australia's most exciting businesses. Ideal Consultant • Management of a busy business services portfolio - BAS/payroll/bookkeeping/tax returns. • Experienced in preparing detailed memos involving tax legislation and its application to actual client scenarios. • Ability to run a VCFO session and develop great relationships with business owners or desire to learn. • Strong business acumen. • Excellent communication skills. • Ability to take on non-traditional business services skills - grants/financial modelling. • Tech savvy - comfortable with a paperless environment. Key Information Duration: 1-3 months initially with a view to extend for the right candidate