Applies the principles learned in TSYH 4720 to problems in comparison of alternatives; viability of investment and rate of return; the study of depreciation for the purpose of assessing lease/purchase alternatives and equipment replacement.
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Upon successful completion, the student will be able to:
Module 6 - Introduction to Evaluation Techniques
Determine the Payback Period, simple Rate of Return, Net Present Value, Benefit Cost Ratio, and Internal Rate of Return from descriptions of before tax cash flow schemes.
Identify the advantages and disadvantages of the commonly used techniques of evaluation.
Module 7 - Evaluation of Proposals with Differing Lifetimes
Evaluate proposals with differing lifetimes using the method of Lowest Common Multiple of Lifetimes.
Evaluate proposals with differing lifetimes using the method of Capitalized Costs.
Evaluate proposals with differing lifetimes using the method of Equivalent Uniform Annual Worth.
Module 8 - Cash Flows after Taxes
Determine Capital Cost Allowances using the Straight Line and Constant Rate methods.
Prepare cash flows after taxes (CFAT) schedules from text descriptions.
Perform NPV evaluations incorporating income taxes for single item accounting and grouped assets accounting.
Module 9 - Replacement Evaluation
Evaluate replacement of asset proposals in the before tax situation.
Determine EUAC for assets belonging to a grouped CCA class in the after tax situation.
Determine the optimal placement policy for new assets in the after tax situation.
Evaluate replacement of existing asset.
Effective as of Fall 2003
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