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A Practice Problem in Financial Statement Analysis gives students the opportunity to familiarize themselves with several types of financial statements. With the use of an anuual report, students will have a hands on experience financially anaylzing a company.
I. FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS A. Assumptions; Economic Entity; Periodicity; Continuing/Going Concern B. Elements of Financial Statements; Assets; Historical cost; Liabilities, Current Liabilities; Non-current liabilities; Equity, Revenues; Expenses C. Financial Reporting; Receivables; Bad Debts; Inventories; Investments; Trading Securities; Available for Sale Inventories; Debt Securities to Be Held T Maturity; Equity Method Investments; Property, Plant and Equipment; Depreciation; Intangible Assets; Research and Development Costs; Current Liabilities; Long Term Debt; Environmental Responsibilities; Contingent Liabilities; Pensions; Income Taxes; Capital Stock; Treasury Stock; Common Shares Outstanding; Retained Earnings II. RATIO ANALYSIS A. Analysis of Common Stockholders; Rate of Return on Total Assets; Rate of Return on Common Stockholders Equity; Earnings per Share; Price Earnings Ratio on Common Stock; Debt-To-Equity Ratio B. Analysis for Long-Term Creditors; Number Of Times Interest Earned C. Analysis for Short Term-Creditors; Working Captial; Current Ratio; Acid-Test Ratio; Analysis of Accounts Receivable; Average Number of Days to Collect Receivables; Inventory Turnover