Fin 419

Capital Structure Paper
Capital Structure Paper
Capital Structure Paper Capital Structure Paper FIN/419 May 25, 2015 Maria Johnson Capital Structure Paper A company’s capital structure is one of the most important aspects of a successful and functioning business. When analyzing a capital structure, the short term and long term debts should be evaluated thoroughly. The level of debts-to-equity ratio should be balanced; not too high and not too low, as being in any one of these ranges could be viewed negatively. Evaluate how a change in the lon
Financial Outcomes Paper
Financial Outcomes Paper
Financial Outcomes Paper Financial Outcomes Paper FIN/419 May 11, 2015 Maria Johnson Financial Outcomes Paper Apple Inc. is one of the most well-known and popular Fortune 500 companies in the world. Through their constant innovation & creation of new products and services. Apple has found a way to continually reinvent themselves and provide consumers with products and services that assist with making their lives easier. One of Apple’s current financial initiatives revolves around sales. In order
International Finance Paper
International Finance Paper
International Finance Paper International Finance Paper FIN/419 June 1, 2015 Maria Johnson International Finance Paper Intro (Kaitlin) Explain how the global investment banking process has assisted the organization. Throughout the years, Apple Inc. has grown into one of the most recognizable international brands in the world. This accomplishment didn't happen overnight. Countless time, energy, and effort went into growing the company and entering into new markets. A global investment bank is an
Capital Structure Paper
Capital Structure Paper
Capital Structure Paper Capital Structure Paper FIN/419 May 25, 2015 Maria Johnson Capital Structure Paper A company’s capital structure is one of the most important aspects of a successful and functioning business. When analyzing a capital structure, the short term and long term debts should be evaluated thoroughly. The level of debts-to-equity ratio should be balanced; not too high and not too low, as being in any one of these ranges could be viewed negatively. Evaluate how a change in the lon
Financial Outcomes Paper
Financial Outcomes Paper
Financial Outcomes Paper FIN/419 October 26, 2015 Sarah Newton Financial Outcomes Paper Intro: MEGAN TAWES It is with incredibly accurate, reliable, and innovative products from Apple Inc. that has gained the company impressive amounts of revenue. Within the company’s third fiscal quarter the revenue is bringing in anywhere between $46 billion and $48 billion, the gross margin capping out anywhere between 38.5 to 39.5 percent and other incomes totaling about $350 million (Rosenstock, 2015). App
Working Capital Strategies
Working Capital Strategies
Working Capital Strategies FIN/419 June 22, 2015 Michele Huss Working Capital Strategies Introduction Working capital is defined as “as the difference between current assets and current liabilities” (Working Capital, 2015). Our team has reviewed important financial reports such as the most recent balance sheet and cash flows statements, taking relevant data to be analyzed for how it will impact cash management strategies. In order to have a distinct impact and increase profits there has to be
Financial Outcomes Paper
Financial Outcomes Paper
Financial Outcomes Paper FIN/419 October 26, 2015 Sarah Newton Introduction Dividends Dividends are meant to be a great thing for shareholders because this is when companies give out returns on the profit that was made throughout that year. There are three important things to consider with dividend such as dividend dates, the distribution date, record date, and the ex-distribution date. These dates tell shareholders when dividends will be distributed (distribution date), list of when shareholde
APPLE’S GLOBAL EFFECTS AND VIEWS
APPLE’S GLOBAL EFFECTS AND VIEWS
APPLE’S GLOBAL EFFECTS AND VIEWS JULY 6, 2015 FIN 419 MICHELE HUSS Introduction “The only way to do great work is to love what you do.” (Jobs, 2015) Steve Jobs knew that his baby, Apple INC., would be a success as long as he worked hard and never gave up. From the very first product, the APPLE I (Apple I, 2015) to the many products today, Apple has been a success in the innovation department. Today Apple’s worth is more than any other company within the United States and it’s not hurting in the
Limited Liability Corporation, Limited Liability Partnership, and Clas
Limited Liability Corporation, Limited Liability Partnership, and Clas
Limited Liability Corporation, Limited Liability Partnership, and Class C Corporation Paper October 19, 2015 FIN 419 Sarah Newton  Limited Liability Corporation, Limited Liability Partnership, and Class C Corporation Paper There are many different types of ways to label a business. The main ways are sole proprietorship, partnership, or a corporation. A sole proprietorship is “owned and run by one natural person and in which there is no legal distinction between the owner and the business.” (So
FIN 419 Week 3 Problems
FIN 419 Week 3 Problems
Problem 1-A $85,000.00 Future Value: $873,260.59 9% FV 30 $873,260.59 PV(D2,D3,D1) Interest: 9% Answer Years: 35 Future Value: $42,777.60 PV(B4,B6,0,B2,0) Problem 1-B Present Value $85,000.00 Interest: 11% Answer Years: 30 Future Value: $738,972.37 PV(B10,B12,B8) Problem 1-C If rates were to raise the amounts needed for the 35 year period prior to retiring would lower. Increasing the interest rate increases the future value of the investment causing a lesser amount to be required. Problem 2-A Ye
Alternative Capital Structure Paper
Alternative Capital Structure Paper
Alternative Capital Structure Paper Kristopher Watkins FIN/419 November 23, 2015 James Hagist Alternative Capital Structure Paper Land Recovery has decided to investigate several forms of financing assets to find an alternative capital structure. It is going to implement debt financing in order to raise its capital and has laid out three different options to consider for the new policy. Important aspects of this policy include current ratio, net working capital position, and expected rate of re