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A new location is a major commitment of time and money with the potential to expand a company’s business and increase profits. New locations also come with risks. Sales may be lower than expected while costs are higher. The new location may pull more resources from existing operations and strategy than anticipated. Could we have better anticipated this?

In this course, I’ll:

  • Explore some of the key financial considerations when opening a new location.
  • Describe how to project common revenue and expense items for a new location.
  • Explain how to build a net contribution and cash flow forecast.
  • Illustrate analysis methods like breakeven analysis and scenario analysis
  • Demonstrate scenario analysis and sensitivity analysis with Excel’s Goal Seek, Scenario Manager, and Data Table functions
  • Define common metrics like NPV, IRR, and Time to Breakeven. I’ll show multiple ways to analyze this in Excel. For Excel gurus, you can do this yourself. For others, this gives you an idea of what an accountant, analyst, or consultant can do for you.
  • Reveal common decision mistakes people make when analyzing new locations and how to avoid these mistakes.

This course is focused on the financial analysis of the location and how a new location fits financially into a company’s larger strategy. Some things I don’t cover or don’t cover in detail in this course:

  • Merger and Acquisition (M&A) Analysis
  • Analyzing where to locate the store or new location
  • Detailed financial accounting entries and financial statement disclosure
  • Tax considerations and treatment. I will briefly mention some relevant tax items like cost segregation studies.
Analyzing Whether to Add New Locations - Capital Budgeting (4 Hrs)
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A new location is a major commitment of time and money with the potential to expand a company’s business and increase profits. New locations also come with risks. Sales may be lower than expected while costs are higher. The new location may pull more resources from existing operations and strategy than anticipated. Could we have better anticipated this?

In this course, I’ll:

  • Explore some of the key financial considerations when opening a new location.
  • Describe how to project common revenue and expense items for a new location.
  • Explain how to build a net contribution and cash flow forecast.
  • Illustrate analysis methods like breakeven analysis and scenario analysis
  • Demonstrate scenario analysis and sensitivity analysis with Excel’s Goal Seek, Scenario Manager, and Data Table functions
  • Define common metrics like NPV, IRR, and Time to Breakeven. I’ll show multiple ways to analyze this in Excel. For Excel gurus, you can do this yourself. For others, this gives you an idea of what an accountant, analyst, or consultant can do for you.
  • Reveal common decision mistakes people make when analyzing new locations and how to avoid these mistakes.

This course is focused on the financial analysis of the location and how a new location fits financially into a company’s larger strategy. Some things I don’t cover or don’t cover in detail in this course:

  • Merger and Acquisition (M&A) Analysis
  • Analyzing where to locate the store or new location
  • Detailed financial accounting entries and financial statement disclosure
  • Tax considerations and treatment. I will briefly mention some relevant tax items like cost segregation studies.
Analyzing Whether to Add New Locations - Capital Budgeting (4 Hrs)
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A new location is a major commitment of time and money with the potential to expand a company’s business and increase profits. New locations also come with risks. Sales may be lower than expected while costs are higher. The new location may pull more resources from existing operations and strategy than anticipated. Could we have better anticipated this?

In this course, I’ll:

  • Explore some of the key financial considerations when opening a new location.
  • Describe how to project common revenue and expense items for a new location.
  • Explain how to build a net contribution and cash flow forecast.
  • Illustrate analysis methods like breakeven analysis and scenario analysis
  • Demonstrate scenario analysis and sensitivity analysis with Excel’s Goal Seek, Scenario Manager, and Data Table functions
  • Define common metrics like NPV, IRR, and Time to Breakeven. I’ll show multiple ways to analyze this in Excel. For Excel gurus, you can do this yourself. For others, this gives you an idea of what an accountant, analyst, or consultant can do for you.
  • Reveal common decision mistakes people make when analyzing new locations and how to avoid these mistakes.

This course is focused on the financial analysis of the location and how a new location fits financially into a company’s larger strategy. Some things I don’t cover or don’t cover in detail in this course:

  • Merger and Acquisition (M&A) Analysis
  • Analyzing where to locate the store or new location
  • Detailed financial accounting entries and financial statement disclosure
  • Tax considerations and treatment. I will briefly mention some relevant tax items like cost segregation studies.
Analyzing Whether to Add New Locations - Capital Budgeting (4 Hrs)
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A new location is a major commitment of time and money with the potential to expand a company’s business and increase profits. New locations also come with risks. Sales may be lower than expected while costs are higher. The new location may pull more resources from existing operations and strategy than anticipated. Could we have better anticipated this?

In this course, I’ll:

  • Explore some of the key financial considerations when opening a new location.
  • Describe how to project common revenue and expense items for a new location.
  • Explain how to build a net contribution and cash flow forecast.
  • Illustrate analysis methods like breakeven analysis and scenario analysis
  • Demonstrate scenario analysis and sensitivity analysis with Excel’s Goal Seek, Scenario Manager, and Data Table functions
  • Define common metrics like NPV, IRR, and Time to Breakeven. I’ll show multiple ways to analyze this in Excel. For Excel gurus, you can do this yourself. For others, this gives you an idea of what an accountant, analyst, or consultant can do for you.
  • Reveal common decision mistakes people make when analyzing new locations and how to avoid these mistakes.

This course is focused on the financial analysis of the location and how a new location fits financially into a company’s larger strategy. Some things I don’t cover or don’t cover in detail in this course:

  • Merger and Acquisition (M&A) Analysis
  • Analyzing where to locate the store or new location
  • Detailed financial accounting entries and financial statement disclosure
  • Tax considerations and treatment. I will briefly mention some relevant tax items like cost segregation studies.
Analyzing Whether to Add New Locations - Capital Budgeting (4 Hrs)
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Valuations: Businesses, Securities, and Real Estate - v11 (Course Id 890)

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Author : Jae K. Shim, Ph.D., CPA
Course Length : Pages: 28 ||| Review Questions: 19 ||| Final Exam Questions: 13
CPE Credits : 2.5
IRS Credits : 0
Price : $22.45
Passing Score : 70%
Course Type: NASBA QAS - Text - NASBA Registry
Technical Designation: Technical
Primary Subject-Field Of Study:

Finance - Finance for Course Id 890

Description :

This course covers valuations ranging from businesses, bonds, preferred stock and common stock to real estate. Business valuation is essentially a present value concept that involves estimating future cash flows of a business and discounting them at a required rate of return.  The value of a bond is essentially the present value of all future interest and principal payments.  Stock price may be expressed as a function of the expected future dividends and a rate of return required by investors.  Real estate valuation presents several rule-of-thumb valuation methods.

Usage Rank : 20000
Release : 2021
Version : 1.0
Prerequisites : Basic Math.
Experience Level : Overview
Additional Contents : Complete, no additional material needed.
Additional Links :
Advance Preparation : None.
Delivery Method : QAS Self Study
Intended Participants : Anyone needing Continuing Professional Education (CPE).
Revision Date : 20-Apr-2022
NASBA Course Declaration : Participants must complete the final examination within one year of purchase and with a minimum passing grade of 70% or better to receive CPE credit unless otherwise noted on the Course History page (i.e. California Ethics must score 90% or better). After logging in click on the Course History links on your My Courses page for the Begin date and Expire date for the Final Exam.
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NASBA QAS - Text - NASBA Registry - 890

Keywords : Finance, Valuations, Businesses, Securities, Real, Estate, v11, cpe, cpa, online course
Learning Objectives :

Chapter 1
Corporate Valuations

After completing this section, you should be able to:
    1. Recognize the reasons for business valuations.
    2. Identify various business valuation methods and the different variables used for valuation purposes.

Chapter 2
Security and Real Estate Valuation

After completing this section, you should be able to:
    1. Recognize the valuation methods used for financial securities.
    2. Identify the determinants of the price-earnings ratio and the definition of beta values.
    3. Recognize other pragmatic valuation approaches and valuation methods for an income producing property.
Course Contents :

Chapter 1:    Corporate Valuations

Learning Objectives

Steps in Valuation

Step 1: Analyze Historical Performance

Step 2: Project Future Performance

Step 3: Estimate the Rate of Capitalization Rate

Step 4: Estimate Valuation

Step 5: Compute and Interpret Results

Revenue Ruling 59 - 60

Chapter 1 Review Questions

Chapter 2:    Security and Real Estate Valuation

Learning Objectives

How to Value a Security

How to Value Bonds

How to Value Common Stock

How to Forecast Stock Price: A Pragmatic Approach

What Are The Determinants Of The Price-Earnings Ratio?

Chapter 2 Review Questions - Section 1

How to Read Beta

What Does It Mean When a Firm's Stock Sells on a High or Low P/E Ratio?

What Other Pragmatic Approaches Exist?

The Price-Sales (P/S) Ratio

The Price-Dividends (P/D) Ratio

The Price-Book (P/B) Ratio

What Is The Bottom Line?

How Do You Value An Income Producing Property?

Conclusion

 Chapter 2 Review Questions - Section 2

Glossary

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