Cost-Volume-Profit (CVP) Analysis: Johnson&Johnson (JNJ)

 

In the last module, you completed your estimate of cash flows for your project. In this module, you will calculate the break-even point for the project and the expected financial returns.

Open the Cost-Volume-Profit spreadsheet  and calculate the break-even point of Johnson&Johnson. (Access the CVP template if you have not yet begun this work)
The project must use a 6.5% cost of capital and a tax rate of 25%.
Complete IRR (Internal Rate of Return) and NPV (Net Present Value) for the project.
Make sure you show your Excel formulas or provide calculations so your instructor can review your work.
You should have also considered key points of any intangible benefits or costs associated with the project and begun supplementing your pro forma statement with sufficient background information to enable a prospective investor to decide if your company is worth investing in.

Submit this worksheet to the M4 Course Project Submissions Area by the due date assigned.
 
Excel Worksheet Requirements:
Identify the various revenues, expenses, costs, expenses, and cash flows. If a manufacturing company and investment deals with projects, the analysis breaks down costs into fixed and variable, direct and indirect.
All costs, revenues, expenses, and cash flows required to implement the project are identified, listed and summed appropriately.
180
Calculate the CVP or break-even point for the project.
Calculations are complete and accurate.
15
Calculate NPV and IRR. Provides the numeric viability of the project investment.
Calculations are complete and accurate.
25

Calculator

Calculate the price of your paper

Total price:$26

Need a better grade?
We've got you covered.

Place an order