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Conversion to Accrual; Preparation of Financial Statements

See the attached file for proper format. The following information pertains to Jayne's Flowers Inc., a corporation owned by Ms. Jayne Raphael. The company opened for business in 2009. Jayne's uses the cash basis of accounting during the year. Each year, at year end, the company's CPA, Jeffrey Simmons, converts the cash basis

Finding inventories, fixed assets and common stock

Balance sheet analysis Complete the balance sheet and sales information using the following financial data: debt to assets ratio= 50% Current ratio= 1.8x Total assets turnover=1.5x Days sales outstanding=36.5 days Gross profit margin on sales(sales-cost of goods sold)/sales=25% Inventory turnover ratio=5x Calcul

Prepare income statement, balance sheet and calculate ratios

Classified Financial Statement Preparation and Analysis P.5 Jimenez Company sells outdoor sports equipment. At the December 31, 2009, year end, the following financial information was available from the income statement: administrative, $ expenses, 80,800; cost of goods sold, 350,420; interest expense, $22,640; interest inco

Create an income statement (pro forma) and balance sheet (pro forma).

You have recently been hired as Q & R Manufacturing's chief financial officer (CFO) by the firm's chief executive officer (CEO). The CEO tells you that in the past, a lack of financial planning has frequently caused the firm to have to rush out and get outside funding by either borrowing money (selling bonds)

Relationship Between Income Statement & Balance Sheet

18. The relationship between the income statement and the balance sheet may be described as follows: a. The income statement explains part of the change in owners' equity between two balance sheet dates. b. The balance sheet summarizes the change in net income occurring between successive income statements c. The income s

Business help: Financial Statements

What information is important to the readers of financial statements? What are the qualitative and quantitative limitations of financial statements? How might we overcome the limitations of financial statements?

Identifying the Financial Statement

Which financial statement helps you figure out: Is the firm generating enough cash to repay is debt to invest in new products? Does the firm generate enough internal funds to support investment, or does new stock need to be issued? Is the firm financed with too much debt? How profitable has the firm been? Can the

Forcasting Financial Statement Questions

Chapter 3 Problem 16 a Using the information provided, construct a monthly cash budget for October through December 2008. Based on your analysis, will Noble enjoy a surfeit of cash, or require external financing? b Construct a pro forma income statement for the first fiscal quarter of 2009 and a pro f

Identify which financial statement would help answer the questions

1)Identify which financial statement would help answer the questions below - Bal. Sheet Income Stmt. Stmt. Of cash flows Statement of stockholders' equity Is the firm generating enough cash to repay is debt to invest in new products? Does the firm generate enough internal funds to support investment, or does new s

Balance Sheet Classification of Investment with Entries

E12-20 On January 2, 2011, Sanborn Tobacco, Inc. bought 55 OF Jackson Industry's capital stock for $90 million as a temporary investment. Sanborn realized that these securities normally would be classified as available-for-sale but elected the fair value option to account for the investment. Jackson' Industry's net income for

Auditor's Impact on the Stakeholders' Perception

Where an auditor's judgment and opinion can have a significant impact on the stakeholders' perception is when issues of going concern arise. Issues of going concern arise when the auditor determines that, due to certain circumstances, "the client may not be able to continue its operations or meet its obligations for a reasonable

Transparency in the financial statements is one element that auditors look for when assessing Management Assertions about Presentation and Disclosure. What are the other assertions and why are they important to the auditing process?

I agree that transparency in an organization's financial statements has become an important issue in the auditing world since the fall of Enron. According to a documentary I watched on the scandal, The Smartest Guys in the Room, one of the many issues with Enron was that the business they were doing with buying and selling of e

Analysis of Financial Statement Problems

Problem 13-1A Ratios, common-size statements, and trend percents Selected comparative financial statements of Bennington Company follow. Required 1. Compute each year's current ratio. (Round ratio amounts to one decimal.) 2. Express the income statement data in common-size percents. (Round percents to two decimals.) 3

Compute Balance Sheet/Income Statement Ratios

See attached file. Compute the following ratios... Working Capital Current Ratio Quick Ratio (Acid-test Ratio) Cash Ratio Days Sales in Receivables Average Receivables Turnover Days Sales in inventory Inventory Turnover in days Operating Cycle Days Payable Outstanding

OCI as Part of Equity on a Balance Sheet

OCI is reported as part of equity on the balance sheet. It is important to remember that OCI should be shown as a separately stated item. Often I will see a report the net amount of R/E without showing the details. Please share your comments about this.

Bulk Purchases Related to Real Estate - Land and Building

Bulk purchases is usually related to real estate, Land and Building. The purchaser pays a price for both. It is important to breakdown the price since Land is not depreciable, but it needs to be reported on the Balance Sheet. I am certain that the calculation between land / building is of utmost importance. Are there other me

Complete the CVP Income Statement for Bruno Manufacturing

Bruno Manufacturing Inc. has sales of $2,200,000 for the first quarter of 2010. In making the sales, the company incurred the following costs and expenses: Variable Fixed Cost of goods sold 920000 440000 Selling expenses 70000 45000 Administrative expenses 86000 98000

Financial statement

The week's reading material touches on the topic of financial statement analysis. If you could choose three financial statement ratios, in which to utilize and analyze a company for investment, lending, or employment purposes, which three financial statement ratios would you choose, and what information would these ratios provi

Financial Statement Questions - Financial Statement Questions

You will need to refer to the consolidated financial statements of Foot Locker, Inc., that are presented in Appendix B (ATTACHED IN 2 PDF FILES) at the end of your textbook, in order to complete each requirement of the project. The book only has the numbers for 2005- 2007. If you need numbers for other years, you can get them fr