Finance for the Nonfinancial Manager
Deals with the principles of finance and their applications in solving finanacial-management problems, covering the mathematics of interest, capital budgeting, cash flow, security markets, and related topics
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accounts receivable acquisition additional analysis annual annuity approach appropriate assessment Assume Balance Sheet banks basic bonds borrower break-even cash balances cash budget cash flow common stock computed concepts considerable contribution margin cost of capital current assets Debit debt decisions depreciation developed dividend Dun & Bradstreet entity equipment equity example expected returns expenses face value federal Figure financial management fixed assets functions future value Hospital Service Corporation identified Income Statement increase incurred interest rate inventory investment investors issue lease lenders loan long term marginal costs market price ment million not-for-profit organizations operating income options organizational outflow outstanding ownership P/E ratio payments period planning preferred stock present value problem profit center profit oriented organizations purchase ratio realized relationships reported Retained earnings risk securities share short term stockholders supply-side economics Table tion total assets trading transactions underwriter unit variable costs warrants