Revenues grow 2% a year forever

Note that the revenues at the resort properties are set at 25% of the revenues at the theme parks.

5. The operating expenses are assumed to be 60% of the revenues at the parks, and 75% of revenues at the resort properties.

6. The depreciation will be calculated as a percent of the remaining book value of the fixed assets at the end of each year. In addition, the parks will require capital maintenance investments each year, specified as a percent of the depreciation that year. Table 5.5 lists both these statistics by year:3

Table 5.5: Depreciation and Capital Maintenance Percentages


Depreciation as % of book value

Capital Maintenance as % of /Depreciation

Retirement Planning For The Golden Years

Retirement Planning For The Golden Years

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