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Financial Accounting

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Pub. Date:
11/23/2005
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Summary

Libby/Libby/Short wrote this text based on their belief that the subject of financial accounting is inherently interesting, but financial accounting textbooks are often not. They believe most financial accounting textbooks fail to demonstrate that accounting is an exciting field of study and one that is important to future careers in business. When writing this text, they considered career relevance as their guide when selecting material, and the need to engage the student as their guide to style, pedagogy, and design.Libby/Libby/Short is the only financial accounting text to successfully implement a real-world, single focus company approach in every chapter. Students and instructors have responded very favorably to the use of focus companies and the real-world financial statements. The companies chosen are engaging and the decision-making focus shows the relevance of financial accounting regardless of whether or not the student has chosen to major in accounting.

Table of Contents

Financial Statements and Business Decisions
2(46)
Maxidrive Corporation
3(1)
Understanding the Business
3(1)
The Players
3(1)
The Business Operations
4(1)
The Accounting System
4(2)
The Four Basic Financial Statements: An Overview
6(1)
The Balance Sheet
7(3)
Financial Analysis: Interpreting Assets, Liabilities, and Stockholders' Equity on the Balance Sheet
9(1)
Self-Study Quiz
10(1)
The Income Statement
10(3)
Self-Study Quiz
12(1)
Financial Analysis: Analyzing the Income Statement: Beyond the Bottom Line
13(1)
Statement of Retained Earnings
13(1)
Financial Analysis: Interpreting Retained Earnings
14(1)
Self-Study Quiz
14(1)
Statement of Cash Flows
14(3)
Financial Analysis: Interpreting the Cash Flow Statement
16(1)
Self-Study Quiz
16(1)
Relationship among the Statements
17(1)
Notes
17(1)
Financial Analysis: Management Uses of Financial Statements
18(1)
Summary of the Four Basic Financial Statements
18(1)
Using Financial Statements to Determine Maxidrive's Value
18(1)
Correcting Maxidrive's Income Statement
18(1)
Determining the Purchase Price for Maxidrive
19(2)
Responsibilities for the Accounting Communication Process
21(1)
Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
21(1)
International Perspective: The International Accounting Standards Board and Global Convergence of Accounting Standards
22(1)
Management Responsibility and the Demand for Auditing
22(2)
Ethics, Reputation, and Legal Liability
24(1)
Epilogue
24(24)
Demonstration Case
25(2)
Chapter Supplement A: Types of Business Entities
27(1)
Chapter Supplement B: Employment in the Accounting Profession Today
27(2)
Chapter Take-Aways
29(1)
Finding Financial Information
29(1)
Key Terms
30(1)
Questions
30(1)
Multiple-Choice Questions
31(1)
Mini-Exercises
32(1)
Exercises
33(6)
Problems
39(3)
Alternate Problems
42(1)
Cases and Projects
43(5)
Investing and Financing Decisions and the Balance Sheet
48(56)
Papa John's International
49(1)
Understanding the Business
49(2)
Overview of the Conceptual Framework
51(1)
Concepts Emphasized in Chapter 2
51(1)
Elements of the Balance Sheet
51(5)
Financial Analysis: Unrecorded but Valuable Assets
54(1)
A Question of Ethics: Environmental Liabilities: The ``Greening of GAAP''
54(1)
Self-Study Quiz
55(1)
What Business Activities Cause Changes in Financial Statement Amounts?
56(1)
Nature of Business Transactions
56(1)
Accounts
56(1)
How Do Transactions Affect Accounts?
57(1)
Principles of Transaction Analysis
57(3)
International Perspective: Understanding the Meaning of Account Titles in Foreign Financial Statements
58(2)
Analyzing Papa John's Transactions
60(2)
Self-Study Quiz
61(1)
How Do Companies Keep Track of Account Balances?
62(1)
The Direction of Transaction Effects
63(1)
Analytical Tool: The Journal Entry
64(1)
Analytical Tool: The T-Account
64(2)
Transaction Analysis Illustrated
66(3)
Self-Study Quiz
67(2)
Financial Analysis: Inferring Business Activities from T-Accounts
69(1)
How Is the Balance Sheet Prepared?
69(35)
Key Ratio Analysis: Financial Ratio Analysis
70(2)
Self-Study Quiz
72(1)
Focus on Cash Flows: Investing and Financing Activities
73(1)
Self-Study Quiz
73(1)
Demonstration Case
74(4)
Chapter Take-Aways
78(2)
Key Ratio
80(1)
Finding Financial Information
80(1)
Key Terms
80(1)
Questions
81(1)
Multiple-Choice Questions
81(1)
Mini-Exercises
82(3)
Exercises
85(7)
Problems
92(3)
Alternate Problems
95(2)
Cases and Projects
97(7)
Operating Decisions and the Income Statement
104(60)
Papa John's International
105(1)
Understanding the Business
106(1)
How Do Business Activities Affect the Income Statement?
106(1)
The Operating Cycle
106(2)
Elements on the Income Statement
108(3)
International Perspective: Understanding the Meaning of Account Titles in Foreign Financial Statements
111(1)
How Are Operating Activities Recognized and Measured?
111(1)
Accrual Accounting
111(7)
Self-Study Quiz
114(1)
A Question of Ethics: Management's Incentives to Violate the Accounting Rules
114(2)
Self-Study Quiz
116(1)
Financial Analysis: Feedback Value of Accounting Information and Stock Market Reaction
117(1)
The Expanded Transaction Analysis Model
118(1)
Transaction Analysis Rules
118(1)
Analyzing Papa John's Transactions
119(4)
Self-Study Quiz
121(2)
How Are Financial Statements Prepared?
123(1)
Income Statement
124(1)
Financial Analysis: Reporting Financial Information by Geographic and Operating Segments
124(1)
Statement of Retained Earnings
125(1)
Balance Sheet
125(39)
Focus on Cash Flows: Operating Activities
126(2)
Self-Study Quiz
128(1)
Key Ratio Analysis
129(1)
Demonstration Case
130(5)
Chapter Take-Aways
135(1)
Key Ratio
136(1)
Finding Financial Information
136(1)
Key Terms
137(1)
Questions
137(1)
Multiple-Choice Questions
138(1)
Mini-Exercises
139(3)
Exercises
142(9)
Problems
151(4)
Alternate Problems
155(3)
Cases and Projects
158(6)
Adjustments, Financial Statements, and the Quality of Earnings
164(66)
Papa John's International
165(1)
Understanding the Business
166(1)
Adjusting Revenues and Expenses
167(1)
Accounting Cycle
167(1)
Unadjusted Trial Balance
167(2)
Analysis of Adjusting Entries
169(3)
Papa John's Illustration
172(6)
Self-Study Quiz
174(2)
Self-Study Quiz
176(1)
A Question of Ethics: Adjustments and Incentives
177(1)
Preparing Financial Statements
178(1)
Income Statement
178(3)
Statement of Stockholders' Equity
181(1)
Balance Sheet
181(3)
Focus on Cash Flows: Disclosure
182(1)
Financial Analysis: Cash Flows from Operations, Net Income, and the Quality of Earninges
183(1)
Key Ratio Analysis: Net Profit Margin
183(1)
Closing the Books
184(1)
End of the Accounting Cycle
184(2)
Self-Study Quiz
186(1)
Post-Closing Trial Balance
186(44)
Financial Analysis: Accruals and Deferrals: Judging Earnings Quality
188(1)
Demonstration Case
188(7)
Chapter Take-Aways
195(1)
Key Ratio
196(1)
Finding Financial Information
196(1)
Key Terms
197(1)
Questions
197(1)
Multiple-Choice Questions
197(1)
Mini-Exercises
198(3)
Exercises
201(10)
Problems
211(5)
Alternate Problems
216(5)
Cases and Projects
221(9)
Communicating and Interpreting Accounting Information
230(52)
Callaway Golf
231(1)
Understanding the Business
231(2)
Players in the Accounting Communication Process
233(1)
Regulators (SEC, FASB, PCAOB, Stock Exchanges)
233(1)
Managers (CEO, CFO, and Accounting Staff)
234(1)
Board of Directors (Audit Committee)
234(1)
Auditors
235(1)
Information Intermediaries: Financial Analysts and Information Services
235(3)
Financial Analysis: Information Services: Uses in Marketing, Classwork, and Job Searches
238(1)
Users: Institutional and Private Investors, Creditors, and Others
238(1)
Guiding Principles for Communicating Useful Information
239(1)
International Perspective: International Accounting Standards Board and Global Differences in Accounting Standards
239(1)
Self-Study Quiz
240(1)
The Disclosure Process
240(1)
Press Releases
240(2)
Annual Reports
242(1)
Quarterly Reports
242(1)
SEC Reports---10-K, 10-Q, 8-K
243(1)
A Closer Look at Financial Statement Formats and Notes
243(1)
Classified Balance Sheet
243(5)
Financial Analysis: Interpreting the Common-Size Income Statement
247(1)
Self-Study Quiz
247(1)
Statement of Stockholders' Equity
248(1)
Statement of Cash Flows
248(1)
Focus on Cash Flows: Operating Activities (Indirect Method)
248(1)
Notes to Financial Statements
248(4)
Financial Analysis: Alternative Accounting Methods and GAAP
250(2)
Voluntary Disclosures
252(1)
A Question of Ethics: Accounting and Sustainable Development
252(1)
Return on Equity Analysis: A Framework for Evaluating Company Performance
252(1)
Key Ratio Analysis: Return on Equity
252(1)
ROE Profit Driver Analysis
253(1)
Profit Drivers and Business Strategy
254(2)
Self-Study Quiz
255(1)
Epilogue
256(26)
Demonstration Case
256(2)
Chapter Supplement: Nonrecurring Items
258(1)
Chapter Take-Aways
259(1)
Key Ratio
260(1)
Finding Financial Information
260(1)
Key Terms
260(1)
Questions
261(1)
Multiple-Choice Questions
261(1)
Mini-Exercises
262(2)
Exercises
264(5)
Problems
269(5)
Alternate Problems
274(2)
Cases and Projects
276(6)
Reporting and Interpreting Sales Revenue, Receivables, and Cash
282(54)
Deckers Outdoor Corporation
283(1)
Understanding the Business
283(1)
Accounting for Sales Revenue
284(1)
Credit Card Sales to Consumers
285(1)
Sales Discounts to Businesses
286(1)
Financial Analysis: To Take or Not to Take the Discount, That Is the Question
287(1)
Sales Returns and Allowances
287(1)
Reporting Net Sales
288(2)
Key Ratio Analysis: Gross Profit Percentage
288(1)
Self-Study Quiz
289(1)
Measuring and Reporting Receivables
290(1)
Classifying Receivables
290(1)
International Perspective: Foreign Currency Receivables
290(1)
Accounting for Bad Debts
290(2)
Reporting Accounts Receivable and Bad Debts
292(2)
Self-Study Quiz
294(1)
Estimating Bad Debts
294(2)
Control over Accounts Receivable
296(3)
Key Ratio Analysis: Receivables Turnover
297(1)
Focus on Cash Flows: Accounts Receivable
298(1)
Self-Study Quiz
298(1)
Reporting and Safeguarding Cash
299(1)
Cash and Cash Equivalents Defined
299(1)
Cash Management
300(1)
Internal Control of Cash
300(1)
A Question of Ethics: Ethics and the Need for Internal Control
301(1)
Reconciliation of the Cash Accounts and the Bank Statements
301(4)
Self-Study Quiz
305(1)
Epilogue
305(31)
Demonstration Case A
306(1)
Demonstration Case B
307(1)
Chapter Supplement A: Recording Discounts and Returns
308(1)
Chapter Supplement B: Applying the Revenue Principle in Special Circumstances
309(1)
Chapter Take-Aways
309(1)
Key Ratios
310(1)
Finding Financial Information
310(1)
Key Terms
310(1)
Questions
311(1)
Multiple-Choice Questions
311(1)
Mini-Exercises
312(2)
Exercises
314(8)
Problems
322(5)
Alternate Problems
327(4)
Cases and Projects
331(5)
Reporting and Interpreting Cost of Goods Sold and Inventory
336(60)
Harley-Davidson, Inc.
337(1)
Understanding the Business
337(3)
Nature of Inventory and Cost of Goods Sold
340(1)
Items Included in Inventory
340(1)
Cost Included in Inventory Purchases
341(2)
Financial Analysis: Applying the Materiality Constraint in Practice
341(2)
Financial Analysis: Modern Manufacturing Techniques and Inventory Costs
343(1)
Nature of Cost of Goods Sold
343(2)
Self-Study Quiz
344(1)
Inventory Costing Methods
345(1)
Specific Identification Method
345(1)
Cost-Flow Assumptions
346(4)
Financial Statement Effects of Inventory Methods
349(1)
Managers' Choice of Inventory Methods
350(3)
A Question of Ethics: LIFO and Conflicts between Managers' and Owners' Interests
351(1)
Self-Study Quiz
352(1)
Valuation at Lower of Cost or Market
353(1)
Evaluating Inventory Management
354(1)
Measuring Efficiency in Inventory Management
354(1)
Key Ratio Analysis: Inventory Turnover
354(1)
Inventory and Cash Flows
355(3)
Focus on Cash Flows: Inventory
356(1)
Self-Study Quiz
357(1)
Inventory Methods and Financial Statement Analysis
358(3)
Financial Analysis: LIFO and Inventory Turnover Ratio
359(1)
International Perspective: LIFO and International Comparisons
360(1)
Self-Study Quiz
360(1)
Control of Inventory
361(1)
Internal Control of Inventory
361(1)
Perpetual and Periodic Inventory Systems
362(1)
Errors in Measuring Ending Inventory
362(34)
Self-Study Quiz
363(1)
Demonstration Case
364(1)
Chapter Supplement A: LIFO Liquidations
365(2)
Financial Analysis: Inventory Management and LIFO Liquidations
367(1)
Chapter Supplement B: Additional Issues in Measuring Purchases
368(1)
Chapter Supplement C: Comparison of Perpetual and Periodic Inventory Systems
369(1)
Chapter Take-Aways
370(2)
Key Ratio
372(1)
Finding Financial Information
372(1)
Key Terms
372(1)
Questions
372(1)
Multiple-Choice Questions
373(1)
Mini-Exercises
374(2)
Exercises
376(8)
Problems
384(5)
Alternate Problems
389(2)
Cases and Projects
391(5)
Reporting and Interpreting Property, Plant, and Equipment: Natural Resources and Intangibles
396(64)
Delta Airlines
397(1)
Understanding the Business
397(2)
Acquisition and Maintenance of Plant and Equipment
399(1)
Classifying Long-Lived Assets
399(2)
Key Ratio Analysis: Fixed Asset Turnover
400(1)
Measuring and Recording Acquisition Cost
401(3)
Self-Study Quiz
404(1)
Repairs, Maintenance, and Additions
404(2)
Financial Analysis: WorldCom: Hiding Billions in Expenses through Capitalization
405(1)
Self-Study Quiz
406(1)
Use, Impairment, and Disposal of Plant and Equipment
406(1)
Depreciation Concepts
406(3)
Financial Analysis: Book Value as an Approximation of Remaining Life
408(1)
Financial Analysis: Differences in Estimated Lives within a Single Industry
408(1)
Alternative Depreciation Methods
409(5)
Financial Analysis: Impact of Alternative Depreciation Methods
413(1)
Self-Study Quiz
414(1)
Financial Analysis: Increased Profitability Due to an Accounting Adjustment? Reading the Notes
414(1)
How Managers Choose
414(2)
International Perspective: Depreciation Methods in Other Countries
416(1)
Measuring Asset Impairment
416(3)
Self-Study Quiz
418(1)
A Question of Ethics: Taking a Different Strategy
419(1)
Natural Resources and Intangible Assets
419(1)
Acquisition and Depletion of Natural Resources
419(1)
Acquisition and Amortization of Intangible Assets
420(40)
Focus on Cash Flows: Productive Assets and Depreciation
424(1)
Financial Analysis: A Misinterpretation
425(1)
Demonstration Case
426(2)
Chapter Supplement A: Changes in Depreciation Estimates
428(2)
Self-Study Quiz
430(1)
Chapter Take-Aways
430(1)
Key Ratio
431(1)
Finding Financial Information
431(1)
Key Terms
432(1)
Questions
432(1)
Multiple-Choice Questions
433(1)
Mini-Exercises
434(2)
Exercises
436(7)
Problems
443(7)
Alternate Problems
450(3)
Cases and Projects
453(7)
Reporting and Interpreting Liabilities
460(54)
Starbucks
461(1)
Understanding the Business
461(2)
Liabilities Defined and Classified
463(1)
Key Ratio Analysis: Current Ratio
464(1)
Current Liabilities
464(1)
Accounts Payable
465(1)
Key Ratio Analysis: Accounts Payable Turnover
465(1)
Accrued Liabilities
466(3)
Notes Payable
469(1)
Current Portion of Long-Term Debt
470(1)
Financial Analysis: Refinanced Debt: Current or Noncurrent?
470(1)
Deferred Revenues
470(1)
Estimated Liabilities Reported on the Balance Sheet
471(1)
Estimated Liabilities Reported in the Notes
471(2)
Working Capital Management
473(2)
Focus on Cash Flows: Working Capital and Cash Flows
473(1)
Self-Study Quiz
474(1)
Long-Term Liabilities
475(1)
Long-Term Notes Payable and Bonds
475(2)
International Perspective: Borrowing in Foreign Currencies
475(2)
Lease Liabilities
477(1)
Present Value Concepts
477(1)
Present Value of a Single Amount
478(1)
Self-Study Quiz
479(1)
Present Values of an Annuity
479(2)
A Question of Ethics: Truth in Advertising
480(1)
Accounting Applications of Present Values
481(33)
Chapter Supplement A: Income Taxes and Retirement Benefits
483(2)
Chapter Supplement B: Federal Income Tax Concepts
485(1)
Chapter Supplement C: Present Value Computations Using Excel
486(3)
Chapter Supplement D: Future Value Concepts
489(2)
Chapter Take-Aways
491(1)
Key Ratios
492(1)
Finding Financial Information
492(1)
Key Terms
492(1)
Questions
493(1)
Multiple-Choice Questions
493(1)
Mini-Exercises
494(2)
Exercises
496(6)
Problems
502(5)
Alternate Problems
507(4)
Cases and Projects
511(3)
Reporting and Interpreting Bonds
514(44)
Harrah's Entertainment, Inc.
515(1)
Understanding the Business
515(2)
Characteristics of Bonds Payable
517(3)
Financial Analysis: Bond Information from the Business Press
519(1)
Reporting Bond Transactions
520(2)
Self-Study Quiz
521(1)
Bonds Issued at Par
522(3)
Self-Study Quiz
524(1)
Key Ratio Analysis: Times Interest Earned
524(1)
Bonds Issued at a Discount
525(4)
Self-Study Quiz
526(2)
Self-Study Quiz
528(1)
Financial Analysis: Zero Coupon Bonds
529(1)
Bonds Issued at a Premium
529(4)
Self-Study Quiz
531(1)
Self-Study Quiz
532(1)
Key Ratio Analysis: Debt-to-Equity Ratio
533(1)
Early Retirement of Debt
533(25)
Self-Study Quiz
534(1)
Focus on Cash Flows: Bonds Payable
535(1)
Demonstration Case
536(3)
Chapter Take-Aways
539(1)
Key Ratios
539(1)
Finding Financial Information
540(1)
Key Terms
540(1)
Questions
541(1)
Multiple-Choice Questions
541(1)
Mini-Exercises
542(1)
Exercises
543(5)
Problems
548(5)
Alternate Problems
553(2)
Cases and Projects
555(3)
Reporting and Interpreting Owners' Equity
558(46)
Outback Steakhouse
559(1)
Understanding the Business
559(3)
Ownership of a Corporation
562(1)
Benefits of Stock Ownership
562(1)
Authorized, Issued, and Outstanding Shares
563(2)
Key Ratio Analysis: Earnings per Share (EPS)
564(1)
Common Stock Transactions
565(1)
Initial Sale of Stock
566(1)
Sale of Stock in Secondary Markets
566(1)
Stock Issued for Employee Compensation
566(1)
Repurchase of Stock
567(2)
Self-Study Quiz
568(1)
Dividends on Common Stock
569(3)
Key Ratio Analysis: Dividend Yield
569(2)
Financial Analysis: Impact of Dividends on Stock Price
571(1)
Self-Study Quiz
571(1)
Stock Dividends and Stock Splits
572(1)
Stock Dividends
572(1)
Stock Splits
573(1)
Self-Study Quiz
574(1)
Preferred Stock
574(1)
Dividends on Preferred Stock
574(2)
Financial Analysis: Impact of Dividends in Arrears
575(1)
Restrictions on Retained Earnings
576(1)
Focus on Cash Flows: Financing Activities
576(28)
Demonstration Case
577(2)
Chapter Supplement A: Accounting for Owners' Equity for Sole Proprietorships and Partnerships
579(3)
Chapter Take-Aways
582(1)
Key Ratios
583(1)
Finding Financial Information
584(1)
Key Terms
584(1)
Questions
584(1)
Multiple-Choice Questions
585(1)
Mini-Exercises
586(1)
Exercises
587(8)
Problems
595(4)
Alternate Problems
599(2)
Cases and Projects
601(3)
Reporting and Interpreting Investments in Other Corporations
604(52)
Dow Jones & Co., Inc.
605(1)
Understanding the Business
606(1)
Types of Investments and Accounting Methods
607(1)
Passive Investments in Debt and Equity Securities
607(1)
Investments in Stock for Significant Influence
608(1)
Investments in Stock for Control
608(1)
Debt Held to Maturity: Amortized Cost Method
608(1)
Bond Purchases
608(1)
Interest Earned
609(1)
Principal at Maturity
609(1)
Passive Stock Investments: The Market Value Method
610(1)
Classifying Passive Stock Investments
610(1)
Securities Available for Sale
611(3)
Comparing Trading Available-for-Sale Securities
614(4)
Financial Analysis: Equity Securities and Earnings Management
616(1)
Self-Study Quiz
616(2)
Investments for Significant Influence: Equity Method
618(1)
Recording Investments under the Equity Method
619(1)
Reporting Investments under the Equity Method
620(3)
A Question of Ethics: Improper Influence
620(1)
Self-Study Quiz
621(1)
Financial Analysis: Selecting Accounting Methods for Minority Investments
622(1)
Focus on Cash Flows: Investments
622(1)
Controlling Interests: Mergers and Acquisitions
623(1)
What Are Consolidated Statements?
624(1)
Recording a Merger
624(2)
Reporting a Merger
626(30)
Financial Analysis: Accounting for Goodwill
627(1)
Key Ratio Analysis: Return on Assets (ROA)
628(1)
Self-Study Quiz
629(1)
Demonstration Case A
630(1)
Demonstration Case B
630(1)
Demonstration Case C
631(1)
Demonstration Case D
632(1)
Chapter Supplement A: Preparing Consolidated Statements
632(3)
Demonstration Case E
635(1)
Chapter Take-Aways
636(1)
Key Ratio
637(1)
Finding Financial Information
637(1)
Key Terms
638(1)
Questions
638(1)
Multiple-Choice Questions
638(2)
Mini-Exercises
640(1)
Exercises
641(4)
Problems
645(4)
Alternate Problems
649(2)
Cases and Projects
651(5)
Statement of Cash Flows
656(52)
Boston Beer Company
657(1)
Understanding the Business
657(1)
Classifications of the Statement of Cash Flows
658(1)
Cash Flows from Operating Activities
659(1)
Cash Flows from Investing Activities
660(1)
Cash Flows from Financing Activities
661(1)
Net Increase (Decrease) in Cash
661(1)
Self-Study Quiz
661(1)
Relationships to the Balance Sheet and Income Statement
662(3)
Reporting and Interpreting Cash Flows from Operating Activities
665(1)
Part A: Reporting Cash Flows from Operating Activities---Indirect Method
665(5)
International Perspective: Foreign Currency and the Cash Flow Statement
669(1)
Self-Study Quiz
669(1)
Part B: Reporting Cash Flows from Operating Activities---Direct Method
670(4)
International Perspective: Australian Practices
673(1)
Self-Study Quiz
674(1)
Interpreting Cash Flow from Operating Activities
674(3)
Key Ratio Analysis: Quality of Income Ratio
675(1)
A Question of Ethics: Fraud and Cash Flows from Operations
676(1)
Reporting and Interpreting Cash Flows from Investing Activities
677(1)
Reporting Cash Flows from Investing Activities
677(1)
Interpreting Cash Flows from Investing Activities
678(1)
Key Ratio Analysis: Capital Acquisitions Ratio
678(1)
Financial Analysis: Free Cash Flow
679(1)
Reporting and Interpreting Cash Flows from Financing Activities
679(1)
Reporting Cash Flows from Financing Activities
679(2)
Interpreting Cash Flows from Financing Activities
681(1)
Self-Study Quiz
682(1)
Additional Cash Flow Disclosures
682(1)
Noncash Investing and Financing Activities
682(1)
Supplemental Cash Flow Information
683(1)
Epilogue
683(25)
Demonstration Case
683(1)
Chapter Supplement A: Adjustment for Gains and Losses: Indirect Method
684(1)
Chapter Supplement B: Spreadsheet Approach---Statement of Cash Flows: Indirect Method
685(3)
Chapter Take-Aways
688(1)
Key Ratios
689(1)
Finding Financial Information
689(1)
Key Terms
689(1)
Questions
690(1)
Multiple-Choice Questions
690(1)
Mini-Exercises
691(2)
Exercises
693(7)
Problems
700(4)
Alternate Problems
704(1)
Cases and Projects
704(4)
Analyzing Financial Statements
708
Home Depot
709(1)
Understanding the Business
709(4)
The Investment Decision
713(1)
Understanding a Company's Strategy
714(2)
Financial Statement Analysis
716(1)
Ratio and Percentage Analysis
717(1)
Component Percentages
717(2)
Tests of Profitability
719(5)
Return on Equity (ROE)
719(2)
Return on Assets (ROA)
721(1)
Financial Leverage Percentage
721(1)
Earnings per Share (EPS)
722(1)
Quality of Income
722(1)
Profit Margin
723(1)
Fixed Asset Turnover Ratio
723(1)
Self-Study Quiz
724(1)
Tests of Liquidity
724(5)
Cash Ratio
724(1)
Current Ratio
725(1)
Quick Ratio (Acid Test)
726(1)
Receivable Turnover Ratio
726(1)
Inventory Turnover Ratio
727(2)
Self-Study Quiz
729(1)
Tests of Solvency
729(1)
Times Interest Earned Ratio
729(1)
Cash Coverage Ratio
729(1)
Debt-to-Equity Ratio
730(1)
Market Tests
730(2)
Price/Earnings (P/E) Ratio
730(1)
Dividend Yield Ratio
731(1)
Self-Study Quiz
731(1)
Interpreting Ratios and Other Analytical Considerations
732(1)
Other Financial Information
733(1)
A Question of Ethics: Insider Information
734(1)
Information in an Efficient Market
734
Chapter Take-Aways
735(1)
Finding Financial Information
736(1)
Key Terms
736(1)
Questions
736(1)
Multiple-Choice Questions
737(1)
Mini-Exercises
738(1)
Exercises
739(5)
Problems
744(6)
Alternate Problems
750(5)
Cases and Projects
755
Appendix A: Present and Future Value Tables 1(1)
Appendix B: Pacific Sunwear of California 2004 Annual Report 1(1)
Appendix C: American Eagle Outfitters 2004 Annual Report 1(1)
Appendix D: Industry Ratio Report 1(1)
Glossary 1(1)
Photo Credits 1(1)
Index 1


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