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FINC20018 Managerial Finance For Revenue Generating Capacity

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  • Course Code: FINC20018
  • University: Central Queensland University
  • Country: Australia

Questions:

a) For each of the two proposed replacement printers, where there are no capital gains on the sale of the old printer tax, determine:
1. Initial investment
2. Operating cash inflows
3. Terminal cash flow [Note: This is at the end of year 5]
 
Show timelines, formulas and workings where applicable. Reference any information your source from any textbooks, journals etc.
 
b) Using the data developed in a, find the relevant cashflow stream associated with each of the two proposed replacement printers if each is terminated at the end of five years.
 
c) Using the data developed in b, explain in your own words each of the following decision techniques:
1. Payback period [Note for year 5, use the operating cash inflows – exclude terminal cash flow – when making this calculation]. Support your answers with suitable references.
2. Net present value (NPV). Support your answers with suitable references.
3. Internal rate of return (IRR). Support your answers with suitable references. Support your answers with suitable references.
d) Draw net present value against the IRR profiles for the two replacement printers on the same set of axes. Support your graph with suitable references.
e) Discuss any conflicting rankings of the two printers, if any, resulting from use of NPV and decision criteria. [Hint: In your discussion compare NPV and IRR]. Support your answers with suitable references.
e) Recommend which, if either, of the printers the firm should acquire if the firm has:
1. Unlimited funds
2. Capital rationing
Explain using supporting valid references why you are making this recommendation.
f) What is the impact on your recommendation of the fact that the operating cash inflows associated with printer A are characterised as very risky in contrast to the low risk operating cash inflows of printer B

 

Answer:

Introduction:

In the present case, CQU Printers is a company which is looking to change the printer to enhance its operations and to make the operations efficient and effective. The present case elaborates that some changes have taken place in the market and to come in line with those changes company needs to replace its old printer with a new one. This case is all about the replacing decision of the company (Ryan & Ryan, 2002). Company have two choices they need to evaluate both the printers their revenue generating capacity in comparison with each other and with the old computer. The decision will be based on the NPV, payback period and IRR as the printer who have higher NPV, payback and IRR will be selected for the replacement (McKinney, 2015). The company also need to analysis as to replace the printer now that is at the end of third year or at the end of the useful life of the printer that is at the end of fifth year.

This case elaborates that the company is required to produce 50000 units annually. Old printer is to be replaced with the new printer to meet the annual demand of the company. The sale value of old printer at the end of 3rd year is $420000 and the sale value at the end of fifth year is 0. The cost of new printer A is $870000 and the cost of new printer B is $660000. The sale value of printer A after its useful life that is 5 years is $400000 and the sale value of printer B after 5 years is $330000. The book value after 5 years of printer A is $43500 and of printer B is $33000. The cost of capital of the company is 14% and tax rate is 40%. Here we present a table about the profit of old printer, printer A and printer B:

Profit before Depreciation and Taxes for CQU Printers

 Year

 Old printer

 Printer A

 Printer B

1

 $      1,20,000

 $      2,50,000

 $      2,10,000

2

 $      1,20,000

 $      2,70,000

 $      2,10,000

3

 $      1,20,000

 $      3,00,000

 $      2,10,000

4

 $      1,20,000

 $      3,30,000

 $      2,10,000

5

 $      1,20,000

 $      3,70,000

 $      2,10,000

Part A

The company need to evaluate the installation cost, terminal cash flows and total cash flows of the project before investing in the project. With the help of this evaluation the company will get to know as if which project is best and which project is worth full for the investment of the company (Renz, 2016). The company will also get to know about the cash flows generated from both the projects. Here we present the calculations regarding Initial Investment, Cash flow and terminal cash flows for five years of both the proposals: 

 

Initial Investment:

Initial Investment is the amount that comprises of the cost of acquisition and working capital requirements and the installation cost of the asset (Petty, Titman, Keown, Martin, Martin, & Burrow, 2015). In the resent case there are two printers and the initial investment for both the printers is presented below:

Calculation of initial investment

 

 Printer A

 Printer B

 Cost of Acquisition

 $      8,70,000

 $      6,60,000

 Less: Sale value of old printer

 $      4,20,000

 $      4,20,000

 Initial Investment

 $      4,50,000

 $      2,40,000

This table shows that the initial investment required for printer A is $450000 and for printer B is $240000. The initial investment of printer B is lower than printer A.

Here we do present the profit earned by the company if the old printer is sold as of now means at the end of third year.

Statement of Profit (Selling the Old Printer now)

 Installed Cost

 $      4,00,000

 Less: Depreciation for three years

 $      1,50,000

 Value of printer at the end of 3rd year

 $      2,50,000

 Selling price

 $      4,20,000

 Profit from selling the printer

 $      1,70,000

Operating Cash Inflows:

The operating cash inflows represent the amount which the company will receive after investing in a particular project through its operating activities (Brigham & Ehrhardt, 2013). Here we present the operating cash flows of both the investment proposals.

Statement of differential cash flows (Printer A)

 Particulars

 

1

2

3

4

5

 Incremental Depreciation

 

 $  1,15,300

 $      1,15,300

 $      1,15,300

 $      1,15,300

 $      1,15,300

 Cash Flows from Printer A

 

 $      2,50,000

 $      2,70,000

 $      3,00,000

 $      3,30,000

 $      3,70,000

 Cash Flows from Old Printer

 

 $      1,20,000

 $      1,20,000

 $      1,20,000

 $      1,20,000

 $      1,20,000

 Incremental Cash Flows

 

 $      1,30,000

 $      1,50,000

 $      1,80,000

 $      2,10,000

 $      2,50,000

 Incremental EBIT

 

 $         14,700

 $         34,700

 $         64,700

 $         94,700

 $      1,34,700

 Less: Tax @ 30%

 

 $           4,410

 $         10,410

 $         19,410

 $         28,410

 $         40,410

 Incremental EAT

 

 $         10,290

 $         24,290

 $         45,290

 $         66,290

 $         94,290

 Incremental Cash Inflows

 

 $      1,25,590

 $      1,39,590

 $      1,60,590

 $      1,81,590

 $      2,09,590

 Working capital Changes

 $ -90,400

 

 

 

 

 

 Total Operational cash Flows

 $      7,26,550

 

 

 

 

 

The above table shows the operating cash inflows for the company for printer A $ 726550.

Statement of Differential Cash Flows (Printer B)

 Particulars

 0

 1

 2

3

4

5

 Incremental Depreciation

 

 $         75,400

 $         75,400

 $         75,400

 $         75,400

 $         75,400

 Cash Flows from Printer A

 

 $      2,10,000

 $      2,10,000

 $      2,10,000

 $      2,10,000

 $      2,10,000

 Cash Flows from Old Printer

 

 $      1,20,000

 $      1,20,000

 $      1,20,000

 $      1,20,000

 $      1,20,000

 Incremental Cash Flows

 

 $         90,000

 $         90,000

 $         90,000

 $         90,000

 $         90,000

 Incremental EBIT

 

 $         14,600

 $         14,600

 $         14,600

 $         14,600

 $         14,600

 Less: Tax @ 30%

 

 $           4,380

 $           4,380

 $           4,380

 $           4,380

 $           4,380

 Incremental EAT

 

 $         10,220

 $         10,220

 $         10,220

 $         10,220

 $         10,220

 Incremental Cash Inflows

 

 $         85,620

 $         85,620

 $         85,620

 $         85,620

 $         85,620

 Total Operational cash Flows

 $ 4,28,100

 

 

 

 

 

 This table depicts the cash inflows of company if they will invest in printer B and the total cash inflows are $428100.

Working Notes:

Calculation of differential Depreciation

 Year 1 to 5

 Printer A

 Printer B

 Depreciation

 $      1,65,300

 $      1,25,400

 Depreciation on Old Machine

 $         50,000

 $         50,000

 Differential Depreciation

 $      1,15,300

 $         75,400

Terminal Cash Flows:

Terminal Cash Flows are the cash flows which the company will get after terminating the project that is after the end of the useful life of the printers if we talk about these companies’ terminal cash flows (Levi & Welch, 2014). The terminal cash flows of both the proposals are depicted below:

Calculation of Terminal Cash Flows

 

 Printer A

 Printer B

 Book Value

 $         43,500

 $         33,000

 Sale Value

 $      4,00,000

 $      3,30,000

 Capital Gain

 $      3,56,500

 $      2,97,000

The above table shows the terminal cash flows of printer A and printer B. The terminal cash flow of printer A is $356500 and the terminal cash flow of project B is $297000 

 

Part B

Relevant Cash Flow Stream:

Cash Flow Stream is the equal to the total value of the cash flows at present value. It helps in the evaluation of the present value of the future cash flows to evaluate the best project. The calculations are being present in the below table regarding relevant cash flow stream:

Printer A

Cash Flows Stream

0

1

2

3

4

5

initial Investment

 $      -4,50,000

 

 

 

 

 

Incremental Depreciation

 

 $      1,15,300

 $      1,15,300

 $      1,15,300

 $      1,15,300

 $      1,15,300

Cash Flows from Printer A

 

 $      2,50,000

 $      2,70,000

 $      3,00,000

 $      3,30,000

 $      3,70,000

Cash Flows from Old Printer

 

 $      1,20,000

 $      1,20,000

 $      1,20,000

 $      1,20,000

 $      1,20,000

Incremental Cash Flows

 

 $      1,30,000

 $      1,50,000

 $      1,80,000

 $      2,10,000

 $      2,50,000

Incremental EBIT

 

 $         14,700

 $         34,700

 $         64,700

 $         94,700

 $      1,34,700

Less: Tax @ 30%

 

 $           4,410

 $         10,410

 $         19,410

 $         28,410

 $         40,410

Incremental EAT

 

 $         10,290

 $         24,290

 $         45,290

 $         66,290

 $         94,290

Incremental Cash Inflows

 $      -4,50,000

 $      1,25,590

 $      1,39,590

 $      1,60,590

 $      1,81,590

 $      2,09,590

Working Capital

 $         -90,400

 

 

 

 

 

Cash Flows

 $      -5,40,400

 $      1,25,590

 $      1,39,590

 $      1,60,590

 $      1,81,590

 $      2,09,590

PVF @ 14%

1.000

0.877

0.769

0.675

0.592

0.519

PV of Cash Flows

 $      -5,40,400

 $      1,10,167

 $      1,07,410

 $      1,08,394

 $      1,07,516

 $      1,08,854

Terminal cash Flows

 

 

 

 

 

 $      3,56,500

PV of Terminal Cash Flows

 

 

 

 

 

 $      1,85,155

PV of Cash Flows

 $ 1,87,096

This table shows the cash flow stream of printer A that is $187096. 

Printer B

Particulars

0

1

2

3

4

5

Incremental Depreciation

 

 $         75,400

 $         75,400

 $         75,400

 $         75,400

 $         75,400

Cash Flows from Printer A

 

 $      2,10,000

 $      2,10,000

 $      2,10,000

 $      2,10,000

 $      2,10,000

Cash Flows from Old Printer

 

 $      1,20,000

 $      1,20,000

 $      1,20,000

 $      1,20,000

 $      1,20,000

Incremental Cash Flows

 

 $         90,000

 $         90,000

 $         90,000

 $         90,000

 $         90,000

Incremental EBIT

 

 $         14,600

 $         14,600

 $         14,600

 $         14,600

 $         14,600

Less: Tax @ 30%

 

 $           4,380

 $           4,380

 $           4,380

 $           4,380

 $           4,380

Incremental EAT

 

 $         10,220

 $         10,220

 $         10,220

 $         10,220

 $         10,220

Incremental Cash Inflows

 $      -2,40,000

 $         85,620

 $         85,620

 $         85,620

 $         85,620

 $         85,620

PVF @ 14%

1.000

0.877

0.769

0.675

0.592

0.519

PV of Cash Flows

 $      -2,40,000

 $         75,105

 $         65,882

 $         57,791

 $         50,694

 $         44,468

Terminal Cash Flows

 

 

 

 

 

 $      2,97,000

PV of Terminal Cash Flows

 

 

 

 

 

 $      1,54,252

PV of Cash Flows

 $ 2,08,193

This table shows the present value of cash flow stream of $208193.

Part C:

After the evaluation of the cash flows of the project, there is need to take the analysis of NPV, IRR and payback period of both the printers. The decision is to be based on the NPV, IRR and payback period.

Payback Period:

Payback period shows the time taken to recover the initial investment by the company (Larson & Gray, 2013). Following is the calculations of the payback period of Printer A and printer B.

Calculation of Payback Period (Printer A)

Year

Cash Flow

Cumulative Cash Flow

1

 $        1,25,590

 $                    1,25,590

2

 $        1,39,590

 $                    2,65,180

3

 $        1,60,590

 $                    4,25,770

4

 $        1,81,590

 $                    6,07,360

5

 $        2,09,590

 $                    8,16,950

Payback Period

3.63

The payback period for investing in printer A is 3.63 years.

Calculation of Payback period (Printer B)

Year

Cash Flow

Cumulative Cash Flow

1

 $           85,620

 $                       85,620

2

 $           85,620

 $                    1,71,240

3

 $           85,620

 $                    2,56,860

4

 $           85,620

 $                    3,42,480

5

 $           85,620

 $                    4,28,100

Payback Period

2.80

 The payback period for investing in printer B is 2.80years.

Net present Value:

Net Present Value represents the total profit which the company will realise from investing in the particular proposal (Grant, 2016). The table below shows the NPV of both the proposals:

Net present value (Printer A)

Year

Cash Flows

PVF @ 14%

PV

0

 $        -5,40,400

1.000

 $      -5,40,400

1

 $         1,25,590

0.877

 $       1,10,167

2

 $         1,39,590

0.769

 $       1,07,410

3

 $         1,60,590

0.675

 $       1,08,394

4

 $         1,81,590

0.592

 $       1,07,516

5

 $         5,66,090

0.519

 $       2,94,009

NPV

 $       1,87,096

The NPV of investing in printer A is $187096. That is the company have a chance to accept the proposal as its NPV is positive.

Net present value (Printer B)

Year

Cash Flows

PVF @ 14%

PV

0

 $        -2,40,000

1.000

 $      -2,40,000

1

 $            85,620

0.877

 $          75,105

2

 $            85,620

0.769

 $          65,882

3

 $            85,620

0.675

 $          57,791

4

 $            85,620

0.592

 $          50,694

5

 $         3,82,620

0.519

 $       1,98,721

NPV

 $       2,08,193

The NPV of investing in printer B is $ 208193.

The NPV of investing in printer B is higher than the NPV of investing in printer A. That means the company will be more profitable if the proposal only consider the NPV of the project (Kerzner, 2013).

Internal rate of Return:

The internal rate of return is calculated to know that the investment in the new proposal have a return higher or lower than its cost of capital (Brooks, 2015). The table below presents the IRR of both the proposals:

Calculation of IRR (Printer A)

Year

Cash Flows

0

 $                -5,40,400

1

 $                 1,25,590

2

 $                 1,39,590

3

 $                 1,60,590

4

 $                 1,81,590

5

 $                 5,66,090

IRR

24.40%

The IRR of printer A is 24.40% it is more than the companies cost of capital.

Calculation of IRR (Printer B)

Year

Cash Flows

0

 $                -2,40,000

1

 $                    85,620

2

 $                    85,620

3

 $                    85,620

4

 $                    85,620

5

 $                 3,82,620

IRR

37.93%

The IRR of printer B is 37.93% which is more than the Cost of capital of the company.

If the decision is based only on IRR then the company will accept proposal B.

Part D:

Graphical Presentation

Here we do present the NPV and IRR of both the projects with the help of graph.

The IRR graph:

We can see that the IRR of Printer B is higher than Printer A.

The NPV graph:  

(Akkizidis & Stagars, 2015)

The graph above shows that the NPV of printer B is higher than printer A. 

 

Part E:

Ranking of the projects (Unlimited Funds)

We did analysed both the projects of the company and after a detailed analysis we found that NPV of Printer B is higher than Printer A and IRR of Printer B is higher than Printer A. Then we come to payback period the payback period of Printer B is less than Printer A. The NPV of printer A is $187096 and NPV of printer B is $208193. This means that investing in Printer B is much better than investing in Printer A (Vogel, 2014). The payback period of Printer A is 3.63 years and the payback period of Printer B is 2.80 years. The payback of printer B is less than Printer A that means investing in Printer B is good for the company. As we come to IRR the IRR of Printer A is 24.40% and the IRR of Printer B is 37.93% the IRR of Printer B is more than Printer A. Hence with the above analysis we can conclude that investing in Printer B is better than investing in Printer A (Barr & McClellan, 2018).

Recommendation (Capital Rationing):

The above analysis is all about investing in new proposal which consist of two choices one is Printer A and the other is Printer B. We did analysed both the proposals very deeply and we came to know that investing in Printer B is far better than investing in Printer A as all the investing decisions are in the favour of our selection that is Printer B. The NPV of Printer B is high, The IRR of Printer B is more than Printer A and the payback period of Printer B is less than Printer A (Bodie, Kane & Marcus, 2014). Hence we should invest in printer B, this will increase the profitability of the company. 

 

Part F

Impact on Recommendation:

This study is all about the risk and return factor of both the investment proposals and the evaluation is done to investigate the best project for the company (Cole, 2004). On the basis of our analysis we came to know that the investment in Printer B is much better than investing in Printer A. When we analysis the cash flows of both the printer then we get that the cash flows of Printer A is more than Printer B but after that we get the final results that is NPV, IRR and payback period we got that investing in Printer B is the best option for the company (Vogel, 2014). The above analysis says that the cash inflows of Printer A are risk as its NPV, payback and IRR all are lower than Printer B. 

 

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