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1 7. A new Appendix F is added to read as follows: Appendix F: Ratio Methodology for Proprietary Institutions Section 1: Ratios and Ratio Terms Definitions: Primary Reserve Ratio = Equity Ratio = Net Income Ratio = Adjusted Equity Total Expenses Modified Equity Modified Assets Income Before Taxes Total Revenues Adjusted Equity = (total owner's equity) - (intangible assets) - (unsecured related-party receivables) - (net property, plant and equipment) + (postemployment and retirement liabilities) + (all debt obtained for long-term purposes) Total Expenses excludes income tax, discontinued operations, extraordinary losses, or change in accounting principle. Modified Equity = (total owner's equity) - (intangible assets) - (unsecured related-party receivables) Modified Assets = (total assets) - (intangible assets) - (unsecured related-party receivables) Income Before Taxes is taken directly from the audited financial statement Total Pre-Tax Revenues = (total operating revenues) + (non-operating revenues and gains). Investment gains should be recorded net of investment losses. No revenues shown after income taxes (e.g., discontinued operations, extraordinary gains, or change in accounting principle) on the income statement should be included. The value of plant, property and equipment is net of accumulated depreciation, including capitalized lease assets. The value of all debt obtained for long-term purposes includes the short-term portion of the debt, up to the amount of net property, plant and equipment.

2 Section 2, Calculating the Ratios from the Balance Sheet and Income Statement Balance Sheet Statement of Income and Retained Earnings Line Line 1 Cash \$ 190, Operating Income \$ 9,700,000 2 Accounts Receivable 1,010, Non-Operating Income 300,000 3 Prepaid Expenses 150, Total Income 10,000,000 4 Inventories 130, Cost of Goods Sold 6,800,000 5 Note Receivable from Affiliate 200, Administrative Expenses 2,600,000 6 Investments 330, Depreciation Expense 60,000 7 Total Current Assets 2,010, Interest Expense 40,000 8 Property and Equipment, net 500, Total Expenses 9,500,000 9 Amount Due from Owner 170, Other: Gain on Sale of Investments 10, Goodwill 80, Net Income Before Taxes 510, Organization Costs 70, Federal Income Taxes 153, Deposits 60, Net Income After Taxes 357, Total Assets 2,890, Extraordinary Loss, net of tax 800, Accounts Payable 200, Net Income (443,000) 15 Accrued Expenses 330, Retained Earnings, beginning of year 1,263, Current Portion of Long-Term Debt 120, Retained Earnings, end of year 820, Deferred Revenue 650, Total Current Liabilities 1,300,000 Primary Reserve = (lines) (16+19) = \$ 760,000 = Ratio 32 \$9,500, Long-Term Debt, net of Current Portion 330,000 Equity Ratio = (lines) = \$ 810,000 = \$2,440, Total Liabilities 1,630,000 Net Income = (lines) 34 = \$ 510,000 = Ratio \$10,010, Contributed Capital 440, Retained Earnings 820,000 Long-Term Debt (lines 16+19) cannot exceed Property and Equipment (line 8) in this formula 23 Total Owner's Equity 1,260, Total Liabilities and Owner's Equity 2,890,000 Section 3: Calculating the Composite Score

3 Step 1: Calculate the strength factor score for each ratio, by using the following algorithms: Example (for Proprietary institutions) Primary Reserve strength factor score = 20 x Primary Reserve ratio result: 20 x = Equity strength factor score = 6 x Equity ratio result: 6 x = Net Income strength factor score = 1 + (33.3 x Net Income ratio result): 1 + (33.3 x 0.051) = If the strength factor score for any ratio is greater than or equal to 3, the strength factor score for that ratio is 3. If the strength factor score for any ratio is less than or equal to -1, the strength factor score for that ratio is -1. Step 2: Calculate the weighted score for each ratio and calculate the composite score by adding the three weighted scores Primary Reserve weighted score = 30% x Primary Reserve strength factor score: 0.30 x = Equity weighted score = 40% x Equity strength factor score: 0.40 x = Net Income weighted score = 30% x Net Income strength factor score: 0.30 x = Composite score = sum of all weighted scores: = Round the composite score to one digit after the decimal point to determine the final score: 2.1 The symbol "x" denotes multiplication.

4 8. A new Appendix G is added to read as follows: Appendix G: Ratio Methodology for Private Non-Profit Institutions Section 1: Ratios and Ratio Terms Primary Reserve Ratio = Equity Ratio = Net Income Ratio = Expendable Net Assets Total Expenses Modified Net Assets Modified Assets Change in Unrestricted Net Assets Total Unrestricted Revenue Definitions: Expendable Net Assets = (unrestricted net assets) + (temporarily restricted net assets) - (annuities, term endowments, and life income funds that are temporarily restricted) - (intangible assets) - (net property, plant and equipment) + (post-employment and retirement liabilities) + (all debt obtained for long-term purposes) Total Expenses is total unrestricted expenses taken directly from the audited financial statement Modified Net Assets = (unrestricted net assets) + (temporarily restricted net assets) + (permanently restricted net assets) - (intangible assets) - (unsecured related-party receivables) Modified Assets = (total assets) - (intangible assets) - (unsecured related-party receivables) Change in Unrestricted Net Assets is taken directly from the audited financial statement Total Unrestricted Revenue is taken directly from the audited financial statement (This amount includes net assets released from restriction during the fiscal year) The value of plant, property and equipment is net of accumulated depreciation, including capitalized lease assets. The value of all debt obtained for long-term purposes includes the short-term portion of the debt, up to the amount of net property, plant and equipment.

5 Section 2, Calculating the Ratios from the Balance Sheet and Statement of Activities Balance Sheet Statement of Activities column: a b c d Temporarily Permanently Line Total Line Unrestricted Restricted Restricted Total 1 Cash and Cash Equivalents \$ 1,000, Tuition and Fees \$45,000,000 \$45,000,000 2 Accounts Receivable 6,000, Contributions 1,200,000 \$ 300,000 \$ 120,000 1,620,000 3 Prepaid Expenses 1,500, Auxiliary Enterprises 5,500,000 5,500,000 4 Inventories 500, Net Assets Released from Restrictions 200, ,000 5 Contributions Receivable 2,000, Total Revenue 51,900, , ,000 52,320,000 6 Student Loans Receivable 8,000, Operating Expenses 38,000,000 38,000,000 7 Investments 6,000, Depreciation 5,000,000 5,000,000 8 Property and Equipment, net 50,000, Interest Expense 2,880,000 2,880,000 9 Bond Insurance Costs 720, Auxiliary Enterprises 5,200,000 5,200, Goodwill 500, Non-Operating Expenses 900, , Deposits 20, Net Assets Released from Restrictions 200, , Total Assets 76,240, Total Expenses 51,980, , ,180, Line of Credit \$ 500, Change in Net Assets (80,000) 100, , , Accounts Payable 2,000, Net Assets at beginning of year 15,270,000 2,700,000 8,880,000 26,850, Accrued Expenses 3,500, Net Assets at end of year 15,190,000 2,800,000 9,000,000 26,990, Deferred Revenue 650,000 Primary Reserve Ratio = (lines) = \$ 9,790,000 = a 51,980, Post-Retirement Benefits Liability 6,600,000 Equity Ratio = (lines) = \$26,490,000 = ,740, Bonds Payable 36,000,000 Net Income Ratio = (lines) 39a = \$ (80,000) = (0.0015) 31a 51,900, Total Liabilities 49,250,000 In accounting statements, parentheses denote negative numbers (i.e., (80,000) equals negative 80,000). 20 Unrestricted Net Assets 15,190,000 Long-Term Debt (line 18) cannot exceed Property and Equipment, net (line 8) in this formula. 21 Annuities 300, John Doe Scholarship Fund 2,500, Total Temp. Restricted Net 2,800,000 Assets 24 Permanent Restr. Net Assets 9,000, Total Net Assets 26,990, Total Liabilities & Net Assets 76,240,000 Section 3: Calculating the Composite Score

6 Step 1: Calculate the strength factor score for each ratio, by using the following algorithms Example (for Private Non-Profit institutions) Primary Reserve strength factor score = 10 x Primary Reserve ratio result: 10 x = Equity strength factor score = 6 x Equity ratio result: 6 x = Because the Net Income ratio result is negative, the algorithm for negative net income is used -- Net Income strength factor score = 1 + (25 x Net Income ratio result): 1 + (25 x ) = (Note: If the Net Income ratio result is positive, the following algorithm is used, Net Income strength factor score = 1 + (50 x Net Income ratio result) -- If the Net Income ratio result is 0, the Net Income strength factor score is 1). If the strength factor score for any ratio is greater than or equal to 3, the strength factor score for that ratio is 3. If the strength factor score for any ratio is less than or equal to -1, the strength factor score for that ratio is -1. Step 2: Calculate the weighted score for each ratio and calculate the composite score by adding the three weighted scores Primary Reserve weighted score = 40% x Primary Reserve strength factor score: 0.40 x = Equity weighted score = 40% x Equity strength factor score: 0.40 x = Net Income weighted score = 20% x Net Income strength factor score: 0.20 x = Composite score = sum of all weighted scores: = Round the composite score to one digit after the decimal point to determine the final score: 1.8 The symbol "x" denotes multiplication.

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