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    Pro Forma Financial Statement

    Hello, Here is the question: Create 2 year pro forma financial statements that reflect current performance of the economy in general, the company I am working with (Google), and global economic conditions. Regards

    Line Item for Computers

    Do you agree that a line item for computers may appear as an asset or a liability on the balance sheet depending on if the purchase price has been paid in full or the company is still making payments? Why or why not?

    Examining Financial Statements

    Use the Kraft Foods 2007 Annual Report PDF (link provided in attachment) to find the answers to the questions located in the Examining Financial Statements (Microsoft Word) document. Please provide both numerical answers as well as summarize the answers in written word format. Examining Financial Statements Locate the answer

    Estimating the Cost of Inventory

    Pine Company estimates the cost of its physical inventory at March 31 for use in an interim financial statement. The rate of markup on cost is 25%. The following account balances are available: Inventory, March 1 $1,160,000 Purchases during March 500,000 Purchase returns 26,000 Sales during March 900,000.


    What are some possible motivations that a company might have to either understate or overstate the amount of depreciation expense that it records for a given period? How might a financial analyst detect deliberate distortions by management? What other parties do you think should be monitoring the actions of management to prevent

    Selected financial statement ratios affected

    A company might need to purchase some equipment (e.g., computer hardware and networking equipment) to expand its online course offerings, so you have been asked to examine how the purchase of this equipment, as well as its depreciation, will affect the company's ratios. How are the selected financial statement ratios affecte

    Balance Sheet Analysis

    Compute the ratios to complete the following balance sheet: Cash________ Receivables____________ Inventory_______________ Total Current Assets__________ Plant and Equipment___________ Total Assets___$325,000_______ Current Liabilities____________ Bonds Payable__________________ Total Liabilities__$195,000____ Net W

    Lester Corporation: revised set of financial statements

    Lester Corporation operates a retail sales and service business for various types of equipment. The company's 2008 financial statements are presented under the appropriate tab. Because a new bookkeeper was hired late in 2008, the owners suspect that there may be errors in the financial statements. They have asked you to look

    Pro Forma financial statements (how used and why)

    Can you help get me started on this question? Name four pro forma financial statements and explain four ways how managers use pro forma financial statements. Which pro forma statement is easiest to develop? Why or why not. Explain.

    Limitation of Consolidated Financial Statements

    Which one of the following is not a limitation of consolidated financial statements? A) Poor performance of one or more companies may be hidden by good performance of others. B) Information about the financial status and results of operations of the economic entity will be reported. C) All the consolidated retained

    Significant influence - Which of the following is incorrect?

    Which of the following statements is incorrect? A) The equity method represents a departure from historical cost. B) The concept of significant influence relates to the financing and operating policies of an investee. C) If Company A exercises significant influence over Company B, consolidated financial stateme

    Lester Corporation: Revise the financial statements for additional information

    Lester Corporation operates a retail sales and service business for various types of equipment. The company's 2008 financial statements are presented under the appropriate tab. Because a new bookkeeper was hired late in 2008, the owners suspect that there may be errors in the financial statements. They have asked you to look

    Balance Sheet and Income Statement

    Problem #5 Condensed balance sheet and income statement data for Harold Legal Corporation appears below: Harold Legal CORPORATION Balance Sheet December 31 2007 2006 2005 Cash $25,000.00 $20,000.00 $18,000.00 Receivables (net) 50,000 45,

    Income Statement Using Variable & Absorption Costing

    Blue Mountain Products manufactures and sells a variety of camping products. Recently the company opened a new plant to manufacture a light weight, self-standing tent. Cost and sales data for the first month of operations are shown below. Manufacturing costs: Fixed overhead $200,000 Variable overhead

    Cost Behavior patterns: match a graph to each of the 11 problem statements

    Problem 1. For each of the description, choose a graph that best describes it. The graphs are in the image file. There are 12 graphs labeled a through l. 1. The salary costs of the shift supervisors at a truck depot. Each shift is eight hours. The depot perates with one two, or three shifts at various times of the year.

    Safeway: Analysis of Financial Statements

    Go to www.safeway.com to locate Safeway's home page and financial information. You can follow the links to Our Company, then Investor Relations, and the Annual Reports. 2007 Annual Report Answer the following questions about the company: 1. What is Safeway's main business? How many stores does it operate? 2. Examine Sa

    Financial Statements and Ratio Analysis: Landry's Restaurants

    Financial Statements Analysis Use the financial statements of Landry's Restaurants using the following links: http://www.landrysrestaurants.com/pdf/financial/2003AnnualReport.pdf and http://www.landrysrestaurants.com/pdf/financial/2002AnnualReport.pdf), (Fundamentals of Financial Accounting 1st ed., by Phillips, Libby, and

    What is known about the balance sheet equation at year end?

    Suppose a company has no transactions with its owners during 20X1. That is, paid-in capital remains unchanged and retained earnings increases by the entire amount of the net income. During 20X1 the company's net income is $100,000. At the beginning of the year, the company's balance sheet equation was: assets = liabi

    Understanding Financial Statements

    From 1998 until the third quarter of fiscal 2000,WorldCom, Inc. did not write off numerous accounts of customers who were in default and unlikely to pay their bills. In the third quarter of 2000,WorldCom management, who had earlier refused to approve any writeoffs, told the accounting area to write off $405 million of accounts r

    Analyzing an Income Statement

    Analyze the income statement of Eastman Kodak located at http://wps.prenhall.com/bp_fraser_financial_8 (Select Chapter 1 from the top menu, then Internet Links in the left-hand menu to access the income statement.) Write a response to the problem. In addition, include your analysis of indicators like earnings per share, operatin

    Landry's financial statement analysis

    Instructions: Please look at the following attached document with a financial statement case and re-write in your own words this paper using your expertise to the case presented. I need to have over 400 words re-written for this paper. It has to be in your own words and can use proper citation with reference. Landry's enjo

    Review of Financial Statements Pier 1 Imports

    Use the Pier 1 Imports' most recent financial statements to answer the following questions: To obtain Pier 1 Imports' financial statements you can go to www.Pier1.com and click on the link at the bottom of the first page titled Investor's Relations and then choose Annual Reports and Proxy Statements. 1. Does Pier 1 have a