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# Chapter 17

Problems 1-16
Input boxes in tan Output boxes in yellow Given data in blue Calculations in red Answers in green
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Chapter 17
Question 1 Input Area:

\$ \$

Output Area:

## After-tax Dividend Ex-dividend price

\$ \$

3.91 76.46

Chapter 17
Question 2 Input Area:

Common stock Par value Capital surplus Retained earnings Total owners' equity a. Stock price Stock dividend b. Stock dividend

\$ \$ \$ \$ \$ \$

## 30,000 1 285,000 649,180 964,180 30 10% 25%

Output Area:

a. New shares outstanding New shares issued Capital surplus on new shares Common stock Capital surplus Retained earnings

\$ \$ \$ \$ \$

33,000 3,000 87,000 33,000 372,000 559,180 964,180 37,500 7,500 217,500 37,500 502,500 424,180 964,180

b. New shares outstanding New shares issued Capital surplus on new shares Common stock Capital surplus Retained earnings

\$ \$ \$ \$ \$

Chapter 17
Question 3 Input Area:

Common stock Par value Capital surplus Retained earnings Total owners'Equity Stock price a. Stock split b. Stock split

\$ \$ \$ \$ \$ \$

## 30,000 1 285,000 649,180 964,180 30 4 1

for for

1 5

Output Area:

a. New shares outstanding 120,000 The accounts are unchanged except that par value is now \$ 0.25 b. New shares outstanding 6,000 The accounts are unchanged except that par value is now \$ 5.00

Chapter 17
Question 4 Input Area:

a. b. c. d.

Shares outstanding Stock price Stock split Stock divdend percent Stock divdend percent Stock split (shares)

## 350,000 90.00 5 for 15.00% 42.50% 4 for

Output Area:

a. b. c. d. e. a. b. c. d.

Stock split Stock dividend Stock dividend Stock split New shares outstanding New shares outstanding New shares outstanding New shares outstanding

\$ \$ \$ \$

## 54.00 78.26 63.16 157.50 583,333 402,500 498,750 200,000

Chapter 17
Question 5 Input Area:

8,000 1.30

\$ \$

308,500 308,500

Output Area:

Price0 PriceX

\$ \$

## 38.56 37.26 \$ 10,400

The equity and cash accounts will decline by: Market Value Balance Sheet \$ 28,100 Equity \$ 270,000 \$ 298,100 Total

## Cash Fixed assets Total

\$ \$

298,100 298,100

Chapter 17
Question 6 Input Area:

\$ \$

## Market Value Balance Sheet \$ 38,500 Equity \$ 270,000 \$ 308,500 Total

\$ \$

308,500 308,500

Output Area:

Repurchasing the shares will reduce shareholders' equity by \$ 10,400.00 Shares bought 269.69 New shares outstanding 7,730.31 Price after repurchase \$ 38.56 The repurchase is effectively the same as the cash dividend because you either hold a share worth \$ 38.56 or a share worth \$ 37.26 and \$ 1.30 in cash. Therefore you participate in the repurchase according to the dividend payout percentage; you are unaffected.

Chapter 17
Question 7 Input Area:

25% 12,000

## Cash Fixed assets Total

Market Value Balance Sheet \$ 93,000 Debt 509,000 Equity \$ 602,000 Total

\$ \$

Output Area:

## Price0 New shares outstanding PriceX

39.25 15,000

31.40

Chapter 17
Question 8 Input Area:

Stock dividend Price Par value Common stock Capital surplus Retained earnings Total owners' equity

\$ \$ \$ \$ \$ \$

## 15% 35 1 406,000 1,340,000 3,427,000 5,173,000

Output Area:

New shares outstanding New shares issued Capital surplus for new shares Common stock Capital surplus Retained earnings

## 466,900 60,900 \$ \$ \$ \$ \$ 2,070,600 466,900 3,410,600 1,295,500 5,173,000

Chapter 17
Question 9 Input Area:

## 4 0.85 10% 1 406,000 1,340,000 3,427,000 5,173,000

for

Par value \$ Common stock \$ Capital surplus \$ Retained earnings \$ Total owners' equity \$

Output Area:

The equity accounts are unchanged except the new par value of the stock is \$ 0.25 per share. Dividends this year \$ 1,380,400.00 Last year's dividend \$ 1,254,909.09 Dividends per share \$ 3.09

Chapter 17
Question 10 Input Area:

\$ \$

## 1,000 2.30 53 15%

Output Area:

Stock price today Equal dividend amount Stock price in one year You want in one year but you will only get You need to sell shares at time 1. Cash flow at time 1 Cash flow at time 2

\$ \$ \$ \$ \$

## 42.08 25.88 46.087 25,881.40 2,300.00 511.67

\$ \$

25,881.40 25,881.40

Chapter 17
Question 11 Input Area:

Dividend desired in year 1 Shares owned Dividend per share Liquidating dividend Required return

\$ \$ \$

## 750.00 1,000 2.30 53 15%

Output Area:

Stock price in one year Dividend paid in year 2 You will buy shares at time 1. Your dividend in year 2 is PV of homemade dividend PV of current dividends

\$ \$

\$ \$ \$

## 54,782.50 42,075.61 42,075.61

Chapter 17
Question 12 Input Area:

Extra dividend Earnings per share Price per share Shares outstanding

\$ \$ \$

## 9,000 1.30 64 1,000

Output Area:

a. Cash Dividend: DPS \$ 9.00 Price per share \$ 55.00 The wealth of a shareholder who is holding one share is \$ 64.00 Repurchase: Shares repurchased 140.63 If you choose to let your shares be repurchased, you have \$30 \$ in cash; 64.00 if you in cash. If you keep your shares they are still worth \$ 64.00 b. Cash Dividend: EPS P/E Repurchase: EPS P/E

1.30 42.31

1.51 42.31

c. A share repurchase would seem to be the preferred course of action. Only those shareholders who wish to sell will do so, giving the shareholder a tax timing option that he or she doesn't get with a dividend payment.

Chapter 17
Question 13 Input Area:

Dividend yield Income tax rate Earnings growth rate Stock price growth rate

Output Area:

## Growth rate Pretax return

11.75% 16.75%

Chapter 17
Question 14

a. Personal tax rate Capital gains tax rate b. Personal tax rate Capital gains tax rate c. Personal tax rate Capital gains tax rate d. Corporate (with 70% exclusion) Personal tax rate Capital gains tax rate

## 0% 0% 15% 0% 15% 30%

35% 35%

Output Area:

a. P0 - PX = b. P0 - PX = c. P0 - PX =

D 0.85 D 1.2143 D

d. P0 - PX = 1.3769 D e. Since different investors have widely tax rates on ordinary income and capital gains, then dividend payments have different aftertax implications for different investors. This differential taxation among investors is one aspect of what we have called the clientele effect.

Chapter 17
Question 15

Extra cash Period for investment Treasury bill yield Preferred stock yield Dividend exclusion rate Corporate tax rate Individual income tax rate Individual dividend tax rate

## 2,000,000 3 5% 8% 70% 35% 31% 15%

Output Area:

If the company invests the money now: Corporate investment in T-bills: Aftertax T-bill yield 3.25% FV of investment \$ 2,201,406.16 Aftertax cash flow to shareholders \$ 1,871,195.23 Corporate investment in preferred stock: Preferred stock dividends \$ 160,000.00 Divdends excluded from tax \$ 112,000.00 Taxable dividends \$ 48,000.00 Tax on preferred dividends \$ 16,800.00 Aftertax corporate dividend \$ 143,200.00 Aftertax preferred dividend yield 7.16% FV of preferred investment \$ 2,461,093.48 Aftertax cash flow to shareholders \$ 2,091,929.46

If the company pays a dividend now: Aftertax payment to shareholders \$ 1,700,000.00 Individual invests in Treasury bills: Aftertax individual yield on T-bills 3.45% FV of T-bill investment \$ 1,882,090.08 Individual invests in preferred stock: Preferred stock dividends \$ 136,000.00 Tax on preferred dividends \$ 42,160.00 Aftertax preferred dividend \$ 93,840.00 Aftertax preferred dividend yield 5.52% FV of preferred investment \$ 1,997,345.84

Chapter 17
Question 16

Extra cash Treasury bond yield Corporate tax rate b. Preferred stock yield Dividend exclusion rate

Output Area:

35.00% 10.50%