Bit is a product of the Baldwin company which is primarily in the Nano segment, but is also sold in another segment.

Bit is a product of the Baldwin company which is primarily in the Nano segment, but is also sold in another segment. Baldwin starts to create their sales forecast by assuming all policies (R&D, Marketing, and Production) for all competitors are equal this year over last. For this question assume that all 696 of units of Bit are sold in the Nano segment. If the competitive environment remains unchanged what will be the Bit product’s demand next year (in 000’s)? Select: 1 696 1588 794 745

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Carlos Segovia is a very successful salesperson and is employed by a large Canadian public company. For 2009, his base salary is $252,000. In…

Mr. Carlos Segovia is a very successful salesperson and is employed by a large Canadian public company. For 2009, his base salary is $252,000. In addition, he earns commissions of $18,500. Other information relevant to Mr. Segovias 2009 employment income is as follows:1. Mr. Segovia is required by his employer to pay all of his own employment related expenses. He is also required to provide his own office space. Mr. Segovia has a Form T2200 signed by his employer that certifies this. 2. His travel costs for 2009, largely airline tickets, food, and lodging, total $29,000. This includes $9,500 spent on business meals.3. His annual dues to the Salespersons Association (a trade union) were $450.4. He is a member of his employers registered pension plan. During 2009, his employer contributed $5,500 to this plan on his behalf. In addition, $5,500 was withheld from his salary and contributed to the plan. 5. During 2009, Mr. Segovia was billed a total of $13,500 by his golf club. Of this amount, $3,300 was the annual membership fee, with the remainder being charges for meals and drinks with clients. 6. During 2009, Mr. Segovia used 35 percent of his personal residence as an office. The designated space is where he principally performs his employment duties. Interest payments on his mortgage totalled $11,500 for the year and property taxes were $4,800. Utilities paid for the house totalled $2,600 and house insurance paid for the year was $1,250. Other maintenance costs associated with the property amounted to $1,450. Mr. Segovia does not intend to deduct CCA on the home office portion of the house. 7. For business travel, Mr. Segovia drives a car that he purchased in 2008 for $49,000. He financed the purchase of the car through his local bank and, for 2009, the interest on the loan was $2,250. During 2009, he drives the car a total 60,000 kilometres, 45,000 of these being for employment related travel. His accountant has advised him that, if the car were used 100 percent for employment related activities, the CCA (tax depreciation) for 2009 would be $7,650. The costs of operating the car during the year totaled $7,500. 8. As rewards for winning various sales contests during the year he received three non-cash awards. The first, a spa weekend at a local hotel, had a fair market value of $300. The second was a $400 gift-certificate at a mens clothing store. The third award, a bottle of 1995 Haut Brion, had a fair market value of $450. 9. In 2008, his employer granted him options to buy 1,000 shares of the companys stock at $20 per share. At the time of the grant, the shares were trading at $19 per share. On June 1, 2009, all of these options are exercised. At this time the shares are trading at $31 per share. He does not sell the shares in 2009. 10. Assume that Mr. Segovia makes any elections that are available to reduce his income inclusions or increase his deductions. 2010 Tran Chung 29Required: Calculate Mr. Segovias minimum net employment income for the 2009 taxation year. Ignore GST and PST considerations.

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Find a publicly announced transaction and pull the 8k (SEC filing) for the transaction.

Find a publicly announced transaction and pull the 8k (SEC filing) for the transaction. Try to determine whether the transaction is being structured as a taxable transaction or a tax-free transaction (e.g., Kraft / Heinz merger). Describe specific reasons and cite specific rules as to why or why not the found transaction can/cannot qualify as an “A”, “B” or “C” reorganization.

ReorganizationIn 2015, Halliburton Company, HAL announced that the stockholders had approved aproposal to issue shares of Halliburton common stock as contemplated by its merger agreementwith…

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Evans Company has estimated the following amounts for its next fiscal year:

Evans Company has estimated the following amounts for its next fiscal year:

Total fixed expenses

$832,500

Sale price per unit

40

Variable expenses per unit

25

What will happen to the breakeven point (in units) if Evans can reduce fixed expenses by $22,500?

The breakeven point will decrease by 1,500 units.

The breakeven point will decrease by 562 units.

The breakeven point will decrease by 900 units.

The breakeven point will increase by 562 units.

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Two Questions: Legal Trade Company has 6 percent coupon bonds on the market with 17 years left until maturity. The bond makes annual payments. If the…

Two Questions:

  1.  Legal Trade Company has 6 percent coupon bonds on the market with 17 years left until maturity. The bond makes annual payments. If the bond currently sells for $838.07, what is the YTM?

2. Malone Manufacturing Company) has $10 million in outstanding debt (10,000 bonds with a face value of $1,000) with a current market value of $1100, 9 years until maturity, and a coupon rate of 7 percent (annual payments). What is the cost of debt for Malone Manufacturing Company? 

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Two Questions: Legal Trade Company has 6 percent coupon bonds on the market with 17 years left until maturity. The bond makes annual payments. If the…

Two Questions:

  1.  Legal Trade Company has 6 percent coupon bonds on the market with 17 years left until maturity. The bond makes annual payments. If the bond currently sells for $838.07, what is the YTM?

2. Malone Manufacturing Company) has $10 million in outstanding debt (10,000 bonds with a face value of $1,000) with a current market value of $1100, 9 years until maturity, and a coupon rate of 7 percent (annual payments). What is the cost of debt for Malone Manufacturing Company? 

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Two Questions: Legal Trade Company has 6 percent coupon bonds on the market with 17 years left until maturity. The bond makes annual payments. If the…

Two Questions:

  1.  Legal Trade Company has 6 percent coupon bonds on the market with 17 years left until maturity. The bond makes annual payments. If the bond currently sells for $838.07, what is the YTM?

2. Malone Manufacturing Company) has $10 million in outstanding debt (10,000 bonds with a face value of $1,000) with a current market value of $1100, 9 years until maturity, and a coupon rate of 7 percent (annual payments). What is the cost of debt for Malone Manufacturing Company? 

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Two Questions: Legal Trade Company has 6 percent coupon bonds on the market with 17 years left until maturity. The bond makes annual payments. If the…

Two Questions:

  1.  Legal Trade Company has 6 percent coupon bonds on the market with 17 years left until maturity. The bond makes annual payments. If the bond currently sells for $838.07, what is the YTM?

2. Malone Manufacturing Company) has $10 million in outstanding debt (10,000 bonds with a face value of $1,000) with a current market value of $1100, 9 years until maturity, and a coupon rate of 7 percent (annual payments). What is the cost of debt for Malone Manufacturing Company? 

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Two Questions: Legal Trade Company has 6 percent coupon bonds on the market with 17 years left until maturity. The bond makes annual payments. If the…

Two Questions:

  1.  Legal Trade Company has 6 percent coupon bonds on the market with 17 years left until maturity. The bond makes annual payments. If the bond currently sells for $838.07, what is the YTM?

2. Malone Manufacturing Company) has $10 million in outstanding debt (10,000 bonds with a face value of $1,000) with a current market value of $1100, 9 years until maturity, and a coupon rate of 7 percent (annual payments). What is the cost of debt for Malone Manufacturing Company? 

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Two Questions: Legal Trade Company has 6 percent coupon bonds on the market with 17 years left until maturity. The bond makes annual payments. If the…

Two Questions:

  1.  Legal Trade Company has 6 percent coupon bonds on the market with 17 years left until maturity. The bond makes annual payments. If the bond currently sells for $838.07, what is the YTM?

2. Malone Manufacturing Company) has $10 million in outstanding debt (10,000 bonds with a face value of $1,000) with a current market value of $1100, 9 years until maturity, and a coupon rate of 7 percent (annual payments). What is the cost of debt for Malone Manufacturing Company? 

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