Hi, ,,Need help with the following please?,——-,,Build a Balanced Scorecard for the following organization (please follow this link to find the company’s financial report for 2010-2011: http://naacp.3cdn.net/b2fc34d84b0d25ac56_bsm6ibelw.pdf). Focus your attention on the unit with which you are most familiar rather than the organization as a whole. Identify the strategic objectives of the entire organization and the secondary objectives for the unit. Develop three specific objectives within each of the four perspectives for the unit. Each objective should have at least one quantified target metric associated with it. ,,It is essential to understand what metrics are. The specific information needed to calculate each metric should be discussed. For each metric discuss the appropriate target value and the actions that need to be taken to achieve the target. Please format your paper in Microsoft Word.,,Metrics ,,Develop three specific objectives within each of the four perspectives for the unit. ,,Each objective should have at least one quantified target metric associated with it. ,,So your table should contain 4 perspectives, each with 3 specific objectives, and a target value of the metric for each objective. ,,Please review the attached METRICS WORD DOC for a sample table.,,Thank you in advance. ,,
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William sold Section 1245 property for $25,000 in 2012. The property cost $35,000 when it was purchased 5-years ago. The depreciation claimed on the property was $16,000. For all parts, show your math: (a) Calculate the adjusted basis of the property. (b) Calculate the recomputed basis of the property. (c) Calculate the amount of ordinary income under Section 1245. (d) Calculate the Section 1231 gain.,How do I calculate these?
,4. A sporting goods manufacturer has decided to expand into a related business. Management estimates that to build and staff a facility of the desired size and to attain capacity operations would cost $450 million in present value terms. Alternatively, the company could acquire an existing firm or division with the desired capacity. One such opportunity is the division of another company. The book value of the division’s assets is $250 million, and its earnings before interest and tax are presently $50 million. Publicly trade comparable companies are selling in a narrow range around 12times current earnings. These companies have book value debt-to-asset ratios averaging 40 percent with an average interest rate of 10 percent.,a. Using a tax rate of 34 percent, estimate the minimum price the owner of the division should consider for its sale.,b. What is the maximum price the acquirer should be willing to pay?,c. Does it appear that an acquisition is feasible? Why or why not?,d. Would a 25 percent increase in stock prices to an industry average price-to-earnings ratio of 15 change your answer to (c)? Why or why not?,e. Referring to the $450 million price tag as the replacement value of the division, what would you predict would happen to acquisition activity when market values of companies and divisions rise above their replacement values? ,
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Requirements:,a. Write a letter to the president of the company explaining whether the company should acquire the computer system. Utilize both NPV and IRR. Assume that the initial $368,000 in annual revenues will grow at a 8% annual rate and that the initial $198,500 in annual expenses will grow at a 5% annual rate. The growth starts in year 2 from year 1, i.e. the revenue is year 2 is $397,440, etc. Working capital is released at the end of the project.,b. Redo this analysis above using sum-of-years digits depreciation method. What happens to the results and would you change your recommendation?,c. Redo this analysis above using MACRS (10 years) depreciation method. What happens to the results and would you change your recommendation?
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2. Computation and evaluation of activity ratios. The following data relate to Alaska Products, Inc:,, 19X5 19X4,Net credit sales $832,000 $760,000,Cost of goods sold 440,000 350,000,Cash, Dec. 31 125,000 110,000,Average Accounts receivable 180,000 140,000,Average Inventory 70,000 50,000,Accounts payable, Dec. 31 115,000 108,000,,a. Compute the accounts receivable and inventory turnover ratios for 19X5. Alaska rounds all calculations to two decimal places.,
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