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The Financial Statements

Effect of Transactions on Financial Statements and Ratios

The transactions listed below relate to Botticelli Inc. You are to assume that on the date on which each of the transactions occurred the corporation's accounts showed only common stock ($100 par) outstanding, a current ratio of 2.7:1, and a substantial net income for the year to date (before giving effect to the transaction

Preparation of a Classified Balance Sheet

Assume that Denis Savard Inc. has the following accounts at the end of the current year. 1. Common Stock. 14. Accumulated Depreciation-Buildings. 2. Discount on Bonds Payable. 15. Cash Restricted for Plant Expansion. 3. Treasury Stock (at cost). 16. Land Held for Future Plant Site. 4. Note Payable, short-term. 17. Allowance

Financial Statement Restatement

Locate an article from a financial periodical (i.e. CFO, Journal of Accountancy, etc.) from the past 2 years about a company that restated its financial statements due to an error in accounting principal. Discuss (a) The restatement of the company (b) The accounting principals involved (c) The effect of errors and chang

Auditing Explanations of Statements

A careful reading of an unqualified report indicates several important phrases. Explain why each of the following phrases or clauses are used rather than the alternative provided: A. "The financial statements referred to above present fairly in all material respects the financial position" rather than "The financial statement

8.26 Transaction Analysis & 9.26 Complete Balance Sheet

8.26 - Enter the transaction letter in the first column and show the effect ( if any) of each of the following transactions on each financial statement category by entering a plus ( ) or minus ( ) sign and the amount in the appropriate column. Do not show items that affect net income in the retained earnings column. You may also

Statement of Financial Accounting Standards

Select one (1) Statement of Financial Accounting Standards (1 - 159) Which is : Statement No. 65 - Accounting for Certain Mortgage Banking Activities Answer the following: 1. Introduction and recap of FASB statement. 2. Original interpretation of information and usefulness to the accounting profession. 3. Original ideas i

Cash Flows using provided Income Statement and Balance Sheet

Eromdt Inc. Corp. Income Statement (in $) For the Period Ending 2003 2002 Net Sales 3,074,000 2,567,000 COGS 2,077,000 1,711,000 Gross Profit 997,000 856,000 Selling exp 100,000 108,000 G&A 194,000 187,000 Dep Exp 223,000 223,000 Lease exp 35,000 35,000 Total Operating Exp 552,000 553,000 Ope

Balance Sheet and Ratios: Example Problems

Use the following information to answer the questions below: Toyota Balance Sheet 12/31/XX (in thousands of dollars) Cash $150 Accounts Payable $100 Accounts Receivable 250 Notes Payable 250 Inventory 600 Other Current Liabilities 50 Total Current Assets $1,000

Internal Control & auditing of financial statement

1). Alternative Distributor Corp., a distributor of groceries and related products, is headquartered in Medford, Massachusetts. During a recent audit, Alternative Distributor Corp. was advised that existing internal controls necessary for the company to develop reliable financial statements were inadequate. The audit repor

Allocation schedule for cost book value

Palor Corp acquired 70% of the outstanding common stock of Setting Corp on Janunary 1, 2006 for $178,000 cash. Immediately after this acuquisition the balance sheet information for the two companies was as follows Palor Bv Book Value Fair Value Cash 32,000 20,000 20,000 Receivables-n

Pro Forma Statements and Ratio

Upton Computers makes bulk purchases of small computers, stocks them in conveniently located warehouses, and ships them to its chain of retail stones. Upton's balance sheet as of December 31, 2007, is shown here (millions of dollars). Cash...........................$ 3.5 Accounts payable.....................$ 9.0 Recei

Financial statement analysis and comprehensive budget plan

Question #1 Review this financial statement information and perform all relevant ratios analysis together with supporting narrative explaining their relevance to your analysis. Include extensive table and chart building in the Excel workbook. Display all financial information according to conventional accounting and finance c

Financial Accounting: Basic Statements

2-Describe the purpose of the four major financial statements 3-why are notes to financial statements important to professional security analysts? 15-Which measure of profitability is probably of greatest interest to the investing public and why? 17-Financial ratio analysis is often divided into five areas liquidity, activity

Which of the following statements is CORRECT?

Stock HB has a beta of 1.5 and Stock LB has a beta of 0.5. The market is in equilibrium, with required returns equaling expected returns. Which of the following statements is CORRECT? If expected inflation remains constant but the market risk premium (rM - rRF) declines, the required return of Stock LB will decline but the r

Balance sheet

John Doe is the bookkeeper for Mendez Company. Mary has been trying to get the balance sheet of Gomez Company. John has been trying to get the balance sheet of Gomez Company to balance. Gomez Company Balance Sheet January 1, 2007 Assets Liabilities Cash $15,000 Accounts payable $20,000 Supplies

Deciphering Financial Statements

In the press release announcing Disney's results for the first fiscal quarter of 2008 ending December 29, 2007, the company stated the following: The Walt Disney Company today reported earnings for its first fiscal quarter ended December 29, 2007. Diluted earnings per share (EPS) for the quarter were $0.63 . . . EPS in the prio

Ryff corp balance sheet

Ryff Corporation's balance sheet at December 31, 2002, showed the following: Short-term investments, at fair value $46,500 Ryff Corporation's trading portfolio of stock investments consisted of the following at December 31, 2002: Stock Number of Shares Cost Dixon Common Stock 200 $30,000 Boone Preferred Sto

Stockholder's equity balance sheet

Prepare the stockholders' equity section of Commerce's balance sheet at December 31, 2010. Commerce Corporation's post-closing trial balance at December 31, 2010, was as follows. Commerce Corporation Post-Closing Trial Balance December 31, 2010

Financial Statement Presentation of Receivables

Please help with the following problem on financial statements. Patriot Company shows a balance of $241,140 in the Accounts Receivable account on December 31, 2010. The balance consists of the following. Installment accounts due in 2011 $23,000 Installment accounts due after 2011 34,000 Overpayments to credito

Income Statement order, accounting cycle, balance sheet accounts

An income statement should list expenses in what order? a) descending order by amount b) in order of importance to the company's primary mission. c) alphabetical order. d) ascending order by amount 2) Steps that begin with analyzing source documents that concludes with the post -closing trail balance are called

The Village of Seaside Pines: Balance Statement

I am new to non profit accounting and have no idea what I'm doing. Could you please help me answer these questions? ------------ 4-5. The Village of Seaside Pines prepared the following General Fund Trial Balance as of December 31, 2009, the last day of its fiscal year. Debits

Components of financial statements in most recent annual report

Can you help me get started with this assignment? Using the company Cardinal Health, analyze the components of the financial statements (in the most recent annual report): - Calculate the analytical information in the table - Discuss the possible findings - Discuss how the organization performed In 2

Balance sheet for Sample Company

I have a presentation that requires excel file (3 pages) The data figure has to be accurate but it is sample company 1. Balance sheet for Jan 10 2. Current budget for 2010 3. Income statement for 3 years Company made 9.7 mil in 07 Company made 15.5 mil in 08 Company made 47.2 mil in 09 ALL Expense