Financial statements: form, analysis, and interpretation
R. D. Irwin, Mar 1, 1979 - Business & Economics - 585 pages
Noting problems created by price level fluctuations, the author examines various techniques for constructing and evaluating the financial reports of industrial, commercial, and service organizations
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accounting period accounts receivable accumulated depreciation adjusted amortization analyst average balance sheet bonds book value capital stock cash Certiﬁed Public Accountants charges classiﬁed common stock common-size percentages computation consolidated corporation creditors current assets current liabilities current ratio December 31 decrease deducted deferred discount eamings Ended December 31 equipment extraordinary items federal income taxes ﬁgures ﬁnancial position ﬁnancial statements ﬁnancing ﬁrst ﬁrst-out ﬁxed assets funds gross margin holding gain Illustration included income statement increase inﬂation interest Liabilities and Owners Lifo long-term debt long-term investments long-term liabilities loss Lynn-Dale Company Marketable securities ment merchandise monetary noncurrent assets nonmonetary Notes receivable operating expenses operating income percent preferred stock price level proﬁtable purchasing power reﬂect replacement cost reported restated result retained earnings revenue sales volume selling share shown signiﬁcant sold speciﬁc stockholders subsidiary tion total assets Total Liabilities treasury stock Trend percentages turnover Uniform Certiﬁed Public units valuation