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The $20,000 increase in the value of assets would not qualify as income because the gain was not realized by the sale of the assets. Because the value of the assets could fluctuate in either direction before the assets are sold, the gain is only on paper, and accountants generally do not recognize paper gains or losses. They consider realization the objective evidence necessary to record the gain, despite the fact that Mary is probably just as pleased with the unrealized gain in assets as with another $20,000 in wages.

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Calculate each company’s cash balance at the end of the year. b. Explain what might cause company C’s net cash from financing activities to be negative. c. Looking at companies A and B, which company would you prefer to own? Why? d. Is company C’s cash flow statement cause for any concern on the part of C’s management or shareholders? Why or why not? 13. Epic Trucking’s equity has a market value of $15 million with 700,000 shares outstanding. The book value of its equity is $9 million. a. What is Epic’s stock price per share?

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