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ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION
CREDIT MANAGEMENT AT KAR MOBILES PVT LTD:
Very few companies have attempted a systematic articulation and formalization of their credit policy and KAR MOBILES PVT LTD is one among them.
TERMS OF PAYMENT:
Terms of payment at KAR MOBILES PVT LTD are open account. Credit sales at the company can be
As per the purchase order the amount is taken at the time of delivery.
• The company excise duty is 12%.
• Letter of credit is also followed.
• Mode of…
Fundamental principle of investment is the relationship between the risk and return tradeoff, where if there is high risk it will compensate with high return as well as the low risk with lower return. The risk can be classified into two types which are systematic (uncontrollable) risk and unsystematic (controllable) risk. The examples of systematic risk are the interest rate risk, inflation risk, foreign exchange risk, country risk, political risk and market risk. Meanwhile, the example of…
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The indicated capitalization rate for this investment based on the information provided is 8.20% indicating the value of this property to be $7,317,073 or $7,320,000 rounded.
I base this conclusion on the following calculations:
• The mortgage constant is .085972 calculated using the following HP-12C keystrokes:
6 g i
20 g n
• The percent paid off on the mortgage after 5 years is 15.1004% calculated using the following HP-12C keystrokes:
6 g i
20 g n
5 g n
last year? (10 marks)
R= ((40.71-37.25+0.60+1.15))/37.25=0.1399,or 13.99%
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