1.Cash Flows From Working

1.Cash Flows From Working

It may surprise you that there are cash flows associated with holding a job.  Using the examples provided in Chapter 6, construct a simple cash flow statement and payback calculation for when your job expenses will be covered for employment you currently have or have had in the past. Include in your cash flow statement:
-Expenses associated with working
-Any initial investments
-Taxes

2.Capital Budgeting

View the video below, which provides some factors that should be considered in capital budgeting considerations.

Capital budgeting [Video File]. Retrieved from http://searchcenter.intelecomonline.net/playClipDirect.aspx?id=4870EEC7664070BB9D6744FDA7325EE48937A8D6C2046957D894C3572333E0B94E4E0FADFA493E372EF9C0293DDF74D7.

Imagine the producers of this video ask you to appear in the video to offer two additional considerations in capital budgeting decisions. One consideration must be quantitative (numeric). The other must be qualitative (non-numeric). Write a script to describe capital budgeting considerations that you think are important for managers to consider.