Peter has a business opportunity that requires him to invest $10,000 today, and receive $12,000 in one year. He can either use $10,000 that he already has for this investment or borrow the money from his bank at an interest rate of 10%. However, the $10,000 he has right now is needed for urgent repairs to his home, repairs that will cost at least $15,000 if he delays them for a year. What is the best alternative for Peter out of the following choices?

A) Yes, since he can borrow the $10,000 from a bank, repair his home, invest $10,000 in the business opportunity, which, since it has a NPV > 0 will mean he will still come out ahead after repaying the loan.

B) Yes, since the net present value (NPV) of the investment is greater than zero he can invest the $10,000 in the business opportunity, and then next year use this money plus the benefit from this money to make the necessary home repairs.

C) Yes, since the net present value (NPV) of the investment, should he take it, is greater than the net present value (NPV) of the home repairs if he delays them for one year.

D) No, since the net present value (NPV) of the investment, should he take it, is less than the net present value (NPV) of the home repairs if he delays them for one year. Peter has a business opportunity that requires him to invest $10,000 today, and receive $12,000 in one year. He can either use $10,000 that he already has for this investment or borrow the money from his bank at an interest rate of 10%. However, the $10,000 he has right now is needed for urgent repairs to his home, repairs

that will cost at least $15,000 if he delays them for a year. What is the best alternative for Peter out of the following choices?

A) Yes, since he can borrow the $10,000 from a bank, repair his home, invest $10,000 in the business opportunity, which, since it has a NPV > 0 will mean he will still come out ahead after repaying the loan.

B) Yes, since the net present value (NPV) of the investment is greater than zero he can invest the $10,000 in the business opportunity, and then next year use this money plus the benefit from this money to make the necessary home repairs.

C) No, since the net present value (NPV) of the investment, should he take it, is less than the net present value (NPV) of the home repairs if he delays them for one year.

D) Yes, since the net present value (NPV) of the investment, should he take it, is greater than the net present value (NPV) of the home repairs if he delays them for one year. A firm is considering changing their credit terms. It is estimated that this change would result in sales increasing by $1,600,000. This in turn would cause inventory to increase by $125,000 , accounts receivable to increase by $100,000 , and accounts payable to increase by $90,000 . What is the firm's expected change in net working capital?

A) $315,000

B) $135,000

C) $225,000

D) $1,735,000