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Since Mr. Heiserman posts here, I was wondering if he could help me calculate the Enterprising Income Statement. I'm finding it a lot more difficult to put it together than the Defensive Income Statement.

The company in question is Cleveland-Cliffs (CLF). They have no intangible assets, so no need to calculate those. The debt is a little tricky. Here's what I see in Yahoo Finance:

How do I account for "Deferred Long Term Liability Charges" and "Minority Interest"?

Also, is there a free source for the current "Cost of Equity" shown in Table 6.5?

And I can't find anything on the balance sheet for deferred tax assets.

Any assistance you (or other posters on this board) can give me would be greatly appreciated. :)

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