What happens in the following COMPARED to sheet 1 (Please Review the attached Spreadsheet): 1) When fixed costs are higher and variable costs are lower, a) does the breakeven revenues go up or down? b) does the degree of operating leverage (DOL) go up or down? c) does projected profit for years 2 through
Liquidity & Asset Utilization Ratios Coke Coke Pepsi 2004 2003 2004 Current Ratio Current Assets 3,264 $3,000.00 $2,039.00 $3,039.00 Current Liabilities $3,431.00 0.95 $3,941.00 0.76 $1,581.00 1.29 $2,478.00 Quick (Acid-Test) Ratio
Based on the attached ratio, how do the two companies compare? See attached file for financials.
Help with ideas for this assignment! (See attached for complete problem description) --- Ratio Analysis Assignment Action Items: 1. Write a two-page paper describing ratio analysis. a. Outline the components of ratio analysis and how it is used in financial analysis and decision-making. b. Include the strength
Process costing, Acid-test ratio, direct materials. The cost of units transferred out during the month was. The company's acid-test (quick) ratio is. Compute the amount of direct materials used.
76. Trapp Company uses the weighted-average method in its process costing system. The beginning work in process inventory in its Painting Department consisted of 3,000 units that were 70% complete with respect to materials and 60% complete with respect to conversion costs. The cost of the beginning work in process inventory in t
I already know the different types of ratios and what they are. I need this question answered with just one or two paragraphs. Please list references if you are using them.
What are the merits of the following financial ratios: Profitability Ratio Liquidity Ratio Debt Ratio Asset Activity Ratio Market Values Ratio What do these financial ratios tell us about a firm? Why is it important to understand what these ratios mean to both a bank and an investor?
First, you will discuss key elements with top executives. How will investors assess the stability of Strident Marks? What are the key financial ratios that measure the stability of an organization? Define stability. Next, individually, calculate these ratios, downloading the data here Phase 2 IPS 1 (See attached file for
If we divide users of ratios into short-term lenders, long-term lenders, and stockholders, which ratios would each group be most interested in, why?
Using Excel, show all formulas to the following: Total receivables is 3,000, which represent 20 days' sales, average total assets 75,000, profit margin 5%. Find sales-to-assets ratio and return on assets.
Bethlehem Steel and Inland Steel. (See attached file for full problem description) --- Selected financial data of two intense competitors in a recent year are presented below in millions of dollars. Bethlehem Steel Inland Steel Corporation Company Income Statement Data for Year Net sales
The condensed financial statements of Farr Corporation for 2003 are presented below. Farr Corporation Farr Corporation Balance Sheet Income Statement December 31, 2003 For the Year Ended December 31, 2003 Assets Revenues $2,000,000 Current assets Expenses Cash and temporary Cost of goods sold 1,020,000 inve
Please can you check my answers and help me find the solutions to the others? There are two companies - Billibong and QuickSilver - I have written the page numbers to my answers so easy enough to find. I had some trouble attaching the two company files which have the figures used from their financial reports for the yea
Andre has asked you to evaluate his business, Andre's Hair Stylling. Andre has five barbers working for him. (Andre is not one of them.) Each barber is paid $9.90 per hour and works a 40-hour week and a 50-week year, regardless of the number of haircuts. Rent and other fixed expenses are $1,750 per month. Hair shampoo used on al
Problem #1 We follow the performance of the George Company with a stock that's trading for $14/share. They have 1MM outstanding shares and has $6MM in outstanding debt that yields 10% per annum. They have an EBIT of $4MM that will remain constant forever. The tax rate is 40%. 1. What is the expected return on equity before
During March, the activities of Evergreen Landscaping included the following transactions and events...
During March, the activities of Evergreen Landscaping included the following transactions and events, among others. Which of these items represented expenses in March? Explain. a. Purchased a copying machine for $2,750 cash. b. Paid $192 for gasoline purchase for a delivery truck during March. c. Paid $2,280 salary to an em
Please help with the following problems. Using the Du Pont method, evaluate the effects of the following relationships for Moris Incorporated. a. Moris Incorporated has a profit margin of 5 percent and its return on assets (investment) is 13.5 percent. What is its asset turnover ratio? b. If Moris Incorporated has a de
Manitowoc Company and Caterpillar Corporation are both producers and sellers of large fixed assets. Caterpillar is substantially larger than Manitowoc. Financial information taken from each company's financial statements is provided below. Caterpillar Manitowoc (in mi
Calculate the following asset activity ratios for the end of 2005: 1. Average Collection Period 2. Inventory Turnover 3. Total Asset Turnover Please show all work, including formulae and calculations used to arrive at financial values. (Full problem found in attached file) ABC Fitness 000's Income State
Please help with the 3 discussion parts of the question, and review the work performed. Instructions (a) Calculate the following liquidity ratios for the current year, and discuss the relative liquidity of the two companies. 1 Current ratio. 2 Quick (acid-test) ratio. 3 Current cash debt coverage. 4 Accounts receivabl
RATIO ANALYSIS The condensed financial statements of Farr Corporation for 2003 are presented below. Farr Corporation Farr Corporation Balance Sheet Income Statement December 31, 2003
Project Outline Part 1: Summary in English- Translate B+S and I+S in general format Part 2: Start analyzing the summary with comperative statement analysis for both B+S AND I+S (Horizontal Analysis) Part 3: Common size Comparison (Vertical Analysis) B+S (TOTAL) AND I+S (GROSS SALES GS OR NET SALES NS) Part 4: Sour
Please help with the following problem. Hello, I need help solving the problem below in this case study, attached is the case. Questions: - What would the breakeven sales volume per month, assuming a ratio of two RC1 sold for each RC2 sold? (compute variable cost per unit and fixed cost per month) - What level of
What is the Break Even Point? Attached is the case study.
1. A firm has $30,000 of inventory. If this represents 30 days' sales, what is the annual cost of goods sold? What is the inventory turnover ratio? 2. On average, it takes Microlimp's customers 60 days to pay their bills. If Microlimp has annual sales of $500 million, what is the average value of unpaid bills? 3. How would the
See attached file to view the table. 1. Solve for the missing values then show the firms sources and uses of funds. Briefly interpret your findings. The firms total asset turnover ratio is 5 for both years. In the first year, the year labeled Beg Balance, the firm had total revenues of $625,000 and during the second year, lab
Please help me find the break-even point of the attached case study (please include the steps).
The Varihary Company manufactures 2 products, Sintax and Gremmer, which sell for $10 and $ 15 respectively. The following Figures apply to the year ended 30 September 2002. Sintax Gremmer. Sales $90 000
I need to calculate the following asset activity ratios for the end of 1999. 1. Average Collection Period 2. Inventory Turnover 3. Total Asset Turnover.
**Please see attachment for case study info and balance sheet and income statement. 1. Create Funds statements for 2001, 2002 and 2003. 2. Calculate the following ratios for 2000: Current ratio, Quick ratio, Inventory turnover ratio, Gross profit Margin, Net profit margin, ROA, Asset turnover ratio, fixed asset turnover ra