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LEARNING OBJECTIVES

1.

2.

3.

4.

How to determine residual income.

Why the residual income model is a cash flow model.

That the residual income model provides the same results as the other cash flow models, given the same

assumptions.

TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS

1.

Since the residual income model describes value as a function of book value and residual income, it is not

considered a cash flow model.

(easy, L.O. 1, Section 1, false)

2.

Any free cash flow forecast can be transformed into a residual income forecast, and any residual income

forecast can be transformed into a free cash flow forecast.

(moderate, L.O. 1, Section 1, true)

3.

The residual income model is valid under all accounting methods whether the methods adhere to the concept

of clean surplus or not.

(difficult, L.O. 1, Section 1, false)

4.

The residual income model is like the free cash flow model because it requires an infinite period forecast.

(moderate, L.O. 2, Section 2, true)

5.

Under the residual income model, the terminal value approach should give the same value regardless of the

accounting method because the accounting method used does not affect value.

(moderate, L.O. 2, Section 2, true)

6.

The perpetuity formula used in the residual income model is less complicated than it is in the free cash flow

and dividend discount models.

(difficult, L.O. 2, Section 2, false)

7.

The assumption that during the perpetuity period the firm no longer has any competitive advantage is based

on the underlying economics of the industry.

(moderate, L.O. 2, Section 2, true)

8.

When the residual income and free cash flow model produce different results, the reason must be that

different assumptions are used.

(moderate, L.O. 2, Section 2, true)

9.

The fundamental problem with the zero perpetuity assumption is that it is based on an underlying economic

assumption about the firm or its industry.

(moderate, L.O. 2, Section 2, false)

10.

If it is assumed that residual income is a perpetuity growing at some constant rate, the value of minority

interest will change slightly.

(difficult, L.O. 2, Section 2, true)

11.

When the residual income model uses the terminal value assumption of zero net present value investments,

the value it produces is consistent with an eventual loss of competitive advantage and it does not depend on

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(moderate, L.O. 2, Section 2, true)

12.

A change in accounting methods will affect the value determined by the residual income model.

(difficult, L.O. 4, Section 3, false)

13.

Residual income valuations are more precise because of the uncertainty surrounding cash flows very far

out in the future.

(moderate, L.O. 4, Section 3, false)

14.

Under the residual income model, the write-off of depreciable property, which would result in revisions of

subsequent depreciation, will result in a change in value.

(moderate, L.O. 4, Section 3, false)

15.

Under the residual income model, as a general rule, when free cash flow changes, value changes, regardless

of whether NOPAT is affected or not.

(moderate, L.O. 4, Section 3, true)

16.

The residual income model is similar to a valuation model based explicitly on cash flows, because it can be

defined on:

a. the equity level only

b. either the equity or operating levels

c. the operating level only

d. neither the equity nor operating levels

(easy, L.O. 1, Section 1, b)

17.

The residual income model defined on the equity level means that residual income equals:

a. net income discounted at the weighted-average cost of capital for the firm

b. net income less base income, where base income equals the weighted-average cost of capital for the

firm

c. net income less base income, where base income equals the cost of equity multiplied by the book value

of equity at the beginning of the period

d. the book value of core operations at the valuation date

(moderate, L.O. 1, Section 1, c)

18.

Which statement regarding the residual income model at the operating level is correct?

a. The formula used for the model at the operating level is analogous to the value of core operations.

b. When the residual income model is structured at the equity level, the analyst uses the agency cost of

capital to discount the residual income stream.

c. Structuring the residual income model at the operating level requires less forecasting than if the model

is structured at the equity level, because there is no need to forecast debt service.

d. Answers a and c are both correct.

(difficult, L.O. 1, Section 1, d)

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19.

The residual income model is valid under any accounting method that adheres to the concept of clean

surplus. This means that GAAP accounting methods:

a. always present a problem because marketable securities are part of a firms core operations

b. cannot be used in any valuation based on the residual income model

c. never violate clean surplus

d. sometimes violate clean surplus

(difficult, L.O. 1, Section 1, d)

20.

The value of core operations as defined at the operating level for the residual income model is the:

a. net income plus base income, where base income equals the cost of equity multiplied by the book value

of equity at the beginning of the period

b. net income less base income, where base income equals the cost of equity multiplied by the book value

of equity at the beginning of the period

c. book value of core operations plus the present value of residual income from core operations

d. present value of core operations plus the present value of residual income from core operations

(moderate, L.O. 1, Section 1, c)

21.

The residual income and free cash flows models require an infinite period forecast. The terminal value

assumption the analyst makes when using the residual income model is:

a. eventually competitive advantage dissipates

b. residual income is zero

c. residual income is based on an estimated amount at some point in time which is then allowed to grow

as some rate

d. The analyst could use any of the above assumptions.

(moderate, L.O. 2, Section 2, d)

22.

The perpetuity formula used in the residual income model is more complicated than it is in other models.

Regarding this complexity, what is the relationship among the book value of core operations at the

valuation date (OPNA), net operating profit after taxes (NOPAT), and free cash flows?

a. OPNA grows at the same rate as NOPAT but not free cash flows.

b. OPNA does not grow at the same rate as NOPAT and free cash flows.

c. NOPAT is not considered in the perpetuity formula.

d. OPNA does grow at a similar rate as NOPAT but not at the same rate as free cash flows.

(difficult, L.O. 2, Section 2, b)

23.

In theory, the results obtained from the free cash flow and residual income models are identical. Why would

the two models produce different results in practice?

a. When it is assumed that residual income is either a perpetuity or zero, a different free cash flow

forecast is implied than under the free cash flows model.

b. Different results may be obtained even if the two models use identical assumptions because of the

nature of residual income.

c. Different results may be obtained even if the two models use the same terminal value assumption

because of the nature of residual income.

d. None of the above answers are correct.

(moderate, L.O. 2, Section 2, a)

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24.

If an analyst interprets the difference between the firms return on capital and the cost of capital as a

measure of value creation, the expectation is that residual income in the long run will be zero. Such an

interpretation is incorrect because:

a. when an investment is analyzed, there are multiple costs of capital to be considered

b. the return on capital is an annual amount whereas the cost of capital is the internal rate of return a

capital project must earn in order to neither create nor destroy value

c. the cost of capital is an accounting return

d. over the life of an investment, there will be many returns on capital, all of which measure value

creation

(difficult, L.O. 2, Section 2, b)

25.

Except in a very special case, the return on capital and cost of capital are not comparable. This is true

because:

a. All of the answers below are correct.

b. the return on capital is an accounting return

c. the return on capital is an annual amount

d. over the life of an investment there are multiple returns on capital, however there is only one cost of

capital when an investment is analyzed

(moderate, L.O. 2, Section 2, a)

26.

The problem with assuming that residual income is a perpetuity is that when net operating profit after taxes

(NOPAT) and free cash flows grow at stable rates in the long run, the book value of core operations at the

valuation date (OPNA):

a. does not grow at the same rate or even a constant rate

b. does not depend on the firms accounting methods

c. grows at a constant rate

d. grows at the same rate

(moderate, L.O. 2, Section 2, a)

27.

When comparing the residual income and free cash flow models:

a. the residual income model is a better analysis tool for valuations

b. the free cash flow model is a better analysis tool for valuations

c. the two models are algebraically equivalent

d. the two models are not algebraically equivalent

(easy, L.O. 4, Section 3, c)

28.

Which factor(s) will affect residual income but not affect value?

a. a change in both accounting method and cash flow

b. a change in accounting method but not cash flow

c. a change in book value but not cash flow

d. a change in both book value and cash flow

(moderate, L.O. 4, Section 3, b)

29.

If there is no change in the free cash flow forecast, the effects of changes in book value and residual income

on the computed value always perfectly offset each other. This means book value:

a. is actually irrelevant to the residual income model

b. and residual income are actually the same amount in the residual income model

c. drives the residual income model

d. None of the answers above are correct.

(moderate, L.O. 4, Section 3, a)

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30.

If the free cash flow forecast is changed in the residual income model, the value:

a. remains the same, but income is affected

b. is changed regardless of the effect on income

c. remains the same and income is not affected

d. None of the answers above are correct.

(moderate, L.O. 4, Section 3, b)

31.

If the free cash flow forecast is changed in the residual income model, the net operating profit after taxes

(NOPAT):

a. will never change

b. may change although value will always remain the same

c. may change

d. None of the answers above are correct.

(moderate, L.O. 4, Section 3, c)

32.

The key factor that drives the residual income model is:

a. accounting method

b. book value

c. residual income

d. free cash flow

(easy, L.O. 4, Section 3, d)

33.

The portion of value attributed to the terminal value in the residual income model:

a. is greater than that attributed in the free cash flow model

b. is the same as that attributed in the free cash flow model

c. is smaller than that attributed in the free cash flow model

d. is more precise than that attributed in the free cash flow model

(moderate, L.O. 4, Section 3, c)

34.

Regarding the terminal value in the residual income and free cash flow models:

a. the terminal value is smaller in the residual income model and therefore more precise

b. the terminal value is larger in the residual income model and therefore more precise

c. terminal value is not found in the free cash flow model

d. the terminal value is smaller in the residual income model but it is not more precise

(moderate, L.O. 4, Section 3, d)

35.

Which statement below is false regarding the comparison of the free cash flow and residual income models?

a. Residual income drives the value in the residual income model.

b. Changing any accounting method to any other accounting method would not affect value.

c. The residual income model usually has a smaller terminal value.

d. It is a matter of analyst preference as to whether to use the residual income or free cash flows model.

(difficult, L.O. 4, Section 3, a)

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ESSAYS

36.

Under what circumstances would the residual income and free cash flow models produce different results?

Suggested solution:

If an analyst uses different underlying assumptions when working with the two models, the results of the

models will be different. For example, if the analyst assumes a firms residual income is a perpetuity, a

different free cash flow will be forecast than when using the free cash flow model. The same can be said if

the analyst assumes that a firms residual income will be zero in the long run. Again, the free cash flow

forecast will differ between the two models.

When the analyst assumes that a firms residual income will be zero in the long run or assumes that

residual income is a perpetuity, the assumptions will give different results under different accounting

methods. This is because different cash flow streams are implied for the firm in these situations.

When the analyst uses identical assumptions for both models, the models will yield identical results. When

the assumptions are different, the results will also be different. When the analyst uses identical assumptions

for both models, the models are essentially interchangeable with each other.

(moderate, L.O. 1, Section 2)

37.

Suggested solution:

The residual income model uses projections of residual income and book value to calculate the value of a

firm. It might appear that this model is not a cash flow model. However, when the model is implemented at

the operating level, the model essentially uses the same items as the free cash flow model. Due to the

interrelationships among the income statement, balance sheet, and the cash flow statement, the residual

income model is actually a cash flow model.

As long as the assumptions used in the residual income and free cash flow models are identical, the residual

income forecast will produce the same value as the free cash flow forecast does under the free cash flow

model. Any residual income forecast can be transformed into a free cash flow forecast, or vice versa.

(moderate, L.O. 3 & 4 Section 3)

38.

Discuss why free cash flows drive the residual income model.

Suggested solution:

Analysts can make the statement that free cash flows drive the residual income model because when free

cash flows change, the value reported by the model changes as well. Changes in accounting methods that do

not impact cash flows will not change value in the model. A change in an accounting method may change

the firms book value or residual income, but it will have no impact on value, because the changes in book

value and residual income will perfectly offset each other when there is no change in cash flows. The result

is that book value is actually irrelevant to the model. Therefore book value and residual income are not true

drivers of the residual income model.

(moderate, L.O. 4, Section 3)

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