Week 8 Questions
Complete the following textbook questions:
Chapter 21: Questions 21-1 and 21-2 on page 868
Chapter 21: Mini-case on page 871 (complete parts A through E)
Business School Assignment Instructions
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Define each of the following terms:
Interest tax shields; value of tax shield
Adjusted present value (APV) model
Compressed adjusted present value (CAPV) model
Modigliani and Miller assumed that firms do not grow. How does positive growth change their conclusions about the value of the levered firm and its cost of capital?
(21-8). Build a Model: Compressed Adjusted Value Model
Start with the partial model in the file Ch21 P08 Build a Model.xlsx on the textbook’s Web site. Kasperov Corporation has an unlevered cost of equity of 12% and is taxed at a 40% rate. The 4-year forecasts of free cash flow and interest expenses are shown in the following table; free cash flow and interest expenses are expected to grow at a 5% rate after Year 4. Using the compressed APV model, answer the following questions.