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Incremental operating cash inflowsA firm is considering renewing its equipment to meet in

Incremental operating cash inflowsA firm is considering renewing its equipment to meet in

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operating cash inflowsA firm is considering renewing its equipment to meet increased demand for its product. The cost of equipment modifications is

$1.94 million plus $109,000 in installation costs. The firm will depreciate the equipment modifications under MACRS, using a 5-year recovery period (see table).

Rounded_Depreciation_Percentages_by_Recovery_Year_Using_MACRS_for_

First_Four_Property_Classes * * * *

* Percentage_by_recovery_year* * * *

Recovery_year 3_years 5_years 7_years 10_years

1 33% 20% 14% 10%

2 45% 32% 25% 18%

3 15% 19% 18% 14%

4 7% 12% 12% 12%

5 * 12% 9% 9%

6 * 5% 9% 8%

7 * * 9% 7%

8 * * 4% 6%

9 * * * 6%

10 * * * 6%

11 * * * 4%

Totals 100% 100% 100% 100%

* * * * *

Additional sales revenue from the renewal should amount to

$1.21 million per year, and additional operating expenses and other costs (excluding depreciation and interest) will amount to

41% of the additional sales. The firm is subject to a tax rate of 40%.

(Note:

Answer the following questions for each of the next 6 years.)

a. What incremental earnings before depreciation, interest, and taxes will result from the renewal?

b. What incremental net operating profits after taxes will result from the renewal?

c. What incremental operating cash inflows will result from the renewal?

*Round to the nearest dollar.

Abhinav 04-Dec-2019

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