This SLP has two parts.
For Part you must discuss both the estimates of the initial investments and the annual incremental after-tax cash flow that is expected to emanate from the investment
Every company has capital projects. The company you have selected must need something! Be it a new wing to the building, a new product line to be funded, a new piece of equipment, find one new acquisition your company needs.
Once you have identified the new possible investment item, what problems are you going to have in estimating the cash flow that might be emanating from the initial investment and problems in getting it funded? Issues might be:
•Politics (getting it through committees)
Identify a potential capital project for your company describe such a project and write a short summary of the problems you see in getting the funding to see it through.
Examine the structure and activities in your organization and identify two projects or events that required an investment. One should be a `current project` and the other long-term investment project.
For each project or event, identify the preferable source of funding. You may not have access to the actual source of funding so limit your paper to the source YOU feel is most appropriate. Then explain why you feel that source is most appropriate.
This is a Signature Assignment Expectation for FIN301 Module 4 SLP
There are 2 specific learning outcomes: 1) apply business theories, models, and concepts to guide analysis of problems and situations and 2) utilize data driven analysis in making business decisions.
In this SLP assignment for Module 4 our emphasis will be on understanding the preferable source of funding.
Capital budgeting with funding sources Student: Professor: Course title: Date: Capital budgeting with funding sources Capital projects often require a significant amount of money in funding, over half a million dollars, as well as extensive debate with regard to whether or not they should actually be pursued. This paper describes a potential capital project for the company and the possible problems that may be encountered in getting the financing to see this project through. Furthermore, this paper describes two projects/events at the company which required an investment. One of these projects/events is a current project whereas the other one is a long-term investment project. For each of these projects/events, the preferable source of funding is described. Part 1: A new wing to the building The company is growing rapidly and there is a need for a new wing to the existing building. This capital project requires funding. In estimating cash flow which may be coming from this initial investment, the problem that may be faced is risk. Capital budgeting basically entails evaluating and selecting long-lasting investments basing on their costs as well as their possible returns. Cash flow estimates are utilized in determining the economic feasibility of a long-term investment. To estimate the cash flows of the project, the main methods that can be used include non-discounted cash flow and discounted cash flow (Cole, 2013