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BUSN460 Individual Financial Analysis Project

 

Student Name: Rebecca Dugan Instructions:

 

Go to the CanGo intranet found in the Report Guide tab under Course Home

 

Use the financial statements from the most recent year to fill in the table below.

 

You may find some formulae calling for an average, e.g., average inventory, average receivables.

 

Because we only have the Balance sheet for one year, you can only use the one year number not an average.

 

Assume interest expense is $0.00

 

Be careful of the Debt equity ratio. The review covers debt asset ratio as an example of how to calculate ratios and that is different from debt equity

 

and that is different from the debt equity ratio so think about how you calculate the debt equity ratio using the debt asset ratio as an example.

 

Be sure to cite your references Green boxes to be filled in by instructor

 

Ratio Example: Efficiency Ratio:

 

Receivables

 

Turnover

 

Grade for above

 

Efficiency Ratio:

 

Inventory

 

Turnover

 

Grade for above Formula

 

(express the

 

ratio in words) Detailed

 

calculation

 

(actual

 

numbers from

 

financial

 

statements

 

used for the

 

calculation) Term A/Term B

 

(Term A divided

 

by Term B) 1000/2000 Net Credit

 

Sales/Average

 

Accounts

 

Receivable Costs of Goods

 

Sold/Average

 

Inventory Financial

 

Total

 

Leverage Ratio:

 

Liabilities/Total

 

Debt/Equity Ratio Equity 50000000/32120

 

000 9000000/320000

 

00 94900000/23590

 

0000 Final number Explanation of why ratio Earned points

 

(final result of

 

is important

 

(up to 3 points

 

the detailed

 

per "box"/cell)

 

calculation) .50 The

 

ratio

 

measures

 

how of

 

This

 

is the

 

explanation

 

many

 

times

 

a

 

business

 

can

 

the role of this ratio and

 

turn why

 

its accounts

 

receivable

 

it is important

 

into cash. Retrieved

 

from:http://www.myaccoun

 

tingcourse.com/financialThis

 

measures how much

 

ratios/accounts-receivableaverage

 

inventory is sold

 

1.56 turnover-ratio

 

during a period. Retrieved

 

from:

 

http://www.myaccountingc

 

ourse.com/financialratios/inventory-turnover0.28 ratio

 

This compares a company's

 

total debt to total equity.

 

Retrieved from:

 

http://www.myaccountingc

 

ourse.com/financial0.4 ratios/debt-to-equity-ratio 3 0.0 0.0 Grade for above Liquidity Ratio:

 

Current Ratio

 

Grade for above Liquidity Ratio:

 

Quick Ratio

 

Grade for above Current

 

Assets/Current

 

202020000/3750

 

Cash

 

and Cash

 

Liabilities

 

0000

 

equivalents+shor

 

tterm

 

investment+curr

 

ent

 

recievables/currre 170020000/3750

 

nt liabilities

 

0000 Current

 

Liquidity: Working Assets/Current

 

Capital

 

Liabilities

 

Grade for above 202020000/3750

 

0000 Net

 

Profitability Ratio: Income/Average

 

Return on Assets Total assets

 

Grade for above 5486000/235900

 

000 Profitability Ratio: Net Income/Net

 

Return on Sales

 

Sales

 

Grade for above Total Earned

 

Points 5486000/500000

 

00 This measures a company's

 

ability to pay off its shortterm liabilities with its

 

current assests. Retrived

 

from:

 

http://www.myaccountingc

 

ourse.com/financialmeasures the

 

5.39 This

 

ratios/current-ratio

 

company's ability to pay its

 

current liabilities with quick

 

assests. Retrieved from:

 

http://www.myaccountingc

 

This

 

measures a company's

 

ourse.com/financialability

 

to pay off its short4.53 ratios/quick-ratio

 

term liabilities with its

 

current assests. Retrived

 

from:

 

This

 

mesuares the net

 

http://www.myaccountingc

 

income

 

produced by total

 

ourse.com/financialassests

 

during a period by

 

5.39 ratios/current-ratio

 

comparing net income to

 

the average total assests.

 

This

 

measures

 

Retrived

 

from: a company?s

 

performance

 

by analyzing

 

http://www.myaccountingc

 

what

 

percentage

 

of total

 

ourse.com/financialcompany

 

revenues

 

0.02 ratios/current-ratio are

 

actually converted into

 

company profits. Retrieved

 

from:

 

http://www.myaccountingc

 

ourse.com/financial0.11 ratios/return-on-sales 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 and that is different from debt equity ratio,

 

debt asset ratio as an example. Instructor feedback

 







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