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Corporate Finance

by: Justus Rippin

Corporate Finance FINC 3511

Justus Rippin

GPA 3.83

Ronald Best

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Justus Rippin on Tuesday October 27, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to FINC 3511 at University of West Georgia taught by Ronald Best in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 23 views. For similar materials see /class/230217/finc-3511-university-of-west-georgia in Finance at University of West Georgia.


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Date Created: 10/27/15
FINC 3511 Corporate Finance Formulas Net income EBIT INTl taX rate Operating cash ow NOPAT Dep NOPAT EBIT1 taX rate Net cash ow Net income Dep Amort MVA shares outstandingstock price total common equity EVA EBIT1 taX rate investor supplied capitalpercentage cost of capital Current assets cash marketable securities inventory accounts receivable Current ratio current assets Basic earning EBIT current liabilities power Total assets Inventory turnover sales Times interest EBIT ratio inventory earned Interest charges Quick ratio current assets inventog Fixed asset Sales current liabilities turnover Net xed assets Days sales receivables EBITDA Coverage EBITDA Lease Payments outstanding annual sales365 Ratio Interest Principal Lease Charges pmts pmts Debt ratio total debt Total asset Sales total assets Turnover total assets Net pro t Net income Price earnings Price per share margin sales ratio Earnings per share MarketBook Market price per share ratio Book price per share Return on total assets Net income Net profit marginTotal asset turnover Total assets Return on common equity Net income net pro t margintotal asset tumoverll 7 debt ratio common equity projected account balance old account balancenew salesold sales Change in retained earnings net pro t marginsales 7 dividends Additional funds needed projected assets 7 projected liabilities projected equity


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