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Financial Analysis of Potential Furniture Acquisition, Managerial Accounting Report Writing, and Cap

Instructions for submitting the assignment

1. This assignment is to be submitted individually. 

2. Submit your assignment on time. 

3. You may submit your assignment in English or Myanmar language. 

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6. Your assignment should have a cover slide that includes the assignment title, lecturer name, student’s name and date of submission

7. Your assignment should be word-processed with 4000 - 4500 words in length.

8. Do not include the contents of the original case in your answer. 

9. It must be your own work. You are required to acknowledge any use of the published and unpublished works of others. Use proper referencing system by providing in?text citations and reference list. You must use the APA referencing system.


10. Do take note that plagiarism is a serious academic offence according to the academic rules of Techkatho. It must be avoided all the time. 

1. Ferri Furniture Company Limited is considering the acquisition of a Furniture company to expand its business. Its chief executive has highlighted two possible targets, Black Cat Limited and Olive Furnishing Services Limited. The following information has been obtained for their most recent financial years:

Black Cat

Olive Furnishing Service

Income Statement

Sales

68,000

61,500

(-) Cost of Sales

(30,000)

(38,000)

Gross Profit

38,000

23,500

(-) Distribution expenses

16,000

10,000

Administration expenses

10,000

(26,000)

6,500

(16,500)

Profit before tax

12,000

7,000

(-) Taxation

(3,000)

(1,750)

Profit after tax

9,000

5,250

Balance Sheet

Non-current Assets

10,600

8,300

Current Assets

Inventory

18,000

8,000

Account receivables

28,000

10,000

Cash

-

2,000

46,000

20,000

Current Liabilities

Creditors

26,000

6,000

Bank overdraft

5,000

-

31,000

6,000

Net current Assets

15,000

14,000

Total Assets less Current

25,600

22,300

Liabilities

Capital and Reserves Common Stock Retained earnings

Long-term Loan

Total Equity and Long- Term Liabilities

10,000

5,600

15,0

10,000

25,600

12,000

10,300

22,300

  -  

22,300

As the company’s financial advisor, you have been asked for your assessment of the two companies, from the particular viewpoints of:

1. Liquidity;

2. Profitability;

3. Capital structure;

4. Efficiency.


2. Suppose you have a degree in Managerial Accounting and you are applying for a vacant accountant position in International Company. CEO of the International Company asks you to write a report because he wants to evaluate the skills of your management accounting knowledge.

The points to be included in your report are as follows:

1. Importance and activities of management accounting

2. Differences between management accounting and financial accounting

3. Fraud and internal control

4. Ethics in management accountant

Write a report of about 1,500 words based on the knowledge you have studied.  (30 marks)


3. Modern Fashions, a US multinational, has a subsidiary located in Myanmar. Average risk projects in this subsidiary have a weighted average cost of capital of 10%, which includes a foreign exchange risk premium. Modern Fashion is considering two mutually exclusive, average-risk projects for its new Myanmar Facility. Each requires an initial investment of MMK 4 million. The projects are expected to produce the following after-tax cash flows;

Project A (MMK) Project B (MMK)

Year

Net Cash

Inflows

Projected Net

income

Net Cash

Inflows

Projected Net

income

1

1,500,000

500,000

2,500,000

1,500,000

2

1,500,000

500,000

1,500,000

500,000

3

1,500,000

500,000

1,500,000

500,000

4

1,500,000

500,000

1,100,000

100,000

1. Whatis the capital budgeting decision method? Describe and explain the methods of capital budgeting? (Write about 1,000 words) (10 marks)

2. Whyshould companies use project cash flows rather than accounting income when calculating a project’s NPV? (Write about 500 words) (5 marks)

3. Whatis the NPV of each project? (5 marks)

4. Whatis the payback period of each project? (5 marks)

5. Whatis the Accounting Rate of Return of each project? (5 marks)

6. Which project do you choose? Why? (5 marks)

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