Financial Statement Analysis: Using Financial Accounting Information
College Division, South-Western Publishing Company, 1995 - Financial statements - 830 pages
This text presents a realistic and organized approach to financial reporting, with particular emphasis on the analysis and interpretation of the end result of financial reporting, financial statements. This book can meet the needs of financial statement analysis courses in both accounting and finance.
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accounting principles Accounting Standards Accounts payable accounts receivable accounts receivable turnover Accrued adjusted amortization amount average balance sheet benefit obligation bonds capital cash flows cash provided change in accounting common shares common stock company's Compute consolidated COOPER TIRE Corporation cumulative effect current assets current liabilities current ratio debt ratio December 31 decrease depreciation disclosure dividends earnings per share employees Ended December 31 entity equity Exhibit Financial Accounting financial ratios financial reporting financial statements firm fixed assets footnote funds GAAP income statement income taxes increase indicates industry Interest expense inventory turnover investments leases LIFO liquidity loan long-term debt loss marketable securities method operating activities operating cash pension period postretirement benefits preferred stock present purchased Required retained earnings revenue SFAS shareholders short-term sold statement of cash Statement of Financial stockholders subsidiaries total assets Total current treasury stock turnover in days