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    The following are study questions to prepare for my final exam. I have answered about 20 but I need help with the ones attached

    ABC Company 2004 Statement of Cash Flows
    January 1, 2004 - December 31, 2004
    (In Millions)
    Net earnings $1,152
    Add (deduct) non-cash items
    Depreciation $2,308
    Deferred income taxes ($160)
    Amortization of debt discount and issue costs $8
    Gain on disposition of investments in
    affiliated companies ($78)
    Change in assets and liabilities, net of
    effects of acquisitions and dispositions
    Accounts receivable, net $101
    Inventories $308
    Other current assets ($69)
    Accounts payable and accrued liabilities $398
    Other assets $14
    Other liabilities $206
    Net cash provided by operations $4,188
    Acquisitions and advances to affiliated companies ($346)
    Dispositions of investments in affiliated companies $119
    Payments for property, plant and equipment ($2,973)
    Other changes to property, plant and equipment, net $242
    (Increase) decrease in short-term investments $52
    Net cash used for investing activities ($2,906)
    Net increase (decrease) in commercial paper ($260)
    Proceeds from issuance of debt $55
    Repayment of debt ($37)
    Issuance of common stock $7
    Payment of dividends ($261)
    Net cash provided by (used for) financing activities ($496)
    Net increase (decrease) in cash $786

    1. True/False

    ________ A sole proprietor is not personally liable for any legal actions against the company.

    ________ In a partnership both partners are both totally liable for all liabilities and legal actions against the company.

    ________ You might consult an investment banker to raise equity for your corporation.

    ________ Each 100 shares of a stock gives you only 1 vote in any corporate meetings.

    ________ The shareholders of a corporation are personally liable for any legal actions taken against the corporation.

    ________ The income statement is dated at one specific time rather than a period of time.

    ________ The indirect method of preparing a statement of cash flows begins with "Net Income."

    ________ Depreciation shown on an income statement is actual cash that the company lost.

    ________ The balance sheet equation is Liabilities = Assets + Owner's Equity.

    ________ If you own 60% of the stock in a corporation, you can usually win any vote you approve.


    _____ Balance Sheet A. Ties together two different balance sheets.

    _____ Statement of Cash Flows B. Where capital is raised for corporations

    _____ Primary Market C. Shows income taxes paid in a period.

    _____ Income Statement D. Shows the balance of net income that is reinvested in the company.

    _____ Statement of retained earnings E. Is dated on one specific date.

    3. What is considered the most widely accepted goal of any corporation with publicly traded shares?

    4. If you own a company (a sole proprietorship or partnership) that is growing rapidly (i.e. a toaster company) what steps might you take to raise additional capital to help expand your business.

    5. What are two ways that a business can use their net income?

    6. Refer to the Statement of Cash Flows for this section.

    Of the three main sections of ABC's Statement of Cash Flows, which section provided the largest source of cash?

    Of the three main sections of ABC's Statement of Cash Flows, which section was the largest use of cash?

    Within the Financing section, what were the two largest sources of cash?

    Within the Investing section, what were the two largest uses of cash?

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