Financial Analysis and Decision Making: Tools and Techniques to Solve Financial Problems and Make Effective Business Decisions
A solid understanding of financial analysis is an essentialbut often overlookedprerequisite to making key strategic decisions.Financial Analysis and Decision Making explains how all professionals can use the tools and techniques of financial analysis to define problems, gather and organize relevant information, and improve problem-solving skills. David E. Vance, C.P.A., is an instructor in the M.B.A. program at Rutgers University School of Business and director of executive development for the Rohrer Center for Management and Entrepreneurship.
Financial Statements and Accounting Concepts
Financial Ratios and Other Measures of Performance
Factors Determining Interest Rates and Required Debt Yields
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