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Financial Reporting and Analysis : Using Financial Accounting Information

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9780324023534

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Pub. Date:
5/1/2000
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South-Western College Pub
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Summary

Involves students in actual financial statements and their analysis and interpretation to facilitate understanding and interest. Uses real information about real businesses to teach about finance. Previous edition: c1988. DLC: Financial statements

Table of Contents

Introduction to Financial Reporting
1(36)
Development of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP)
2(6)
Additional Input---American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)
8(1)
Emerging Issues Task Force (EITF)
9(1)
Traditional Assumptions of the Accounting Model
9(8)
Using the Internet
17(2)
Summary
19(1)
Questions
19(3)
To the Net
22(1)
Problems
22(15)
Standards Overload?
27(1)
Standard Setting: ``A Political Aspect''
28(3)
Standard Setting: ``By the Way of the United States Congress''
31(1)
Recognizing Revenue and Related Costs---Consider These Situations (Part I)
31(2)
Recognizing Revenue and Related Costs---Consider These Situations (Part II)
33(1)
Cash Basis---Accrual Basis?
34(1)
Going Concern?
34(1)
Economics and Accounting: The Uncongenial Twins
35(1)
I Often Paint Fakes
36(1)
Introduction to Financial Statements and Other Financial Reporting Topics
37(40)
Forms of Business Entities
38(1)
The Financial Statements
38(4)
The Accounting Cycle
42(2)
Auditor's Report
44(6)
Summary Annual Report
50(1)
The Efficient Market Hypothesis
50(1)
Ethics
50(2)
Harmonization of International Accounting Standards
52(2)
Consolidated Statements
54(1)
Accounting for Business Combinations
54(1)
Summary
55(1)
Questions
56(1)
To the Net
57(1)
Problems
58(19)
The CEO Retires
63(2)
The Dangerous Morality of Managing Earnings
65(6)
Frequent-Flier Awards---Tick-Tick, Tick-Tick, Tick-Tick
71(1)
International Accounting---Harmonization in Practice
71(1)
Materiality: In Practice
72(1)
Who is Responsible?
73(1)
Safe Harbor
74(3)
Balance Sheet
77(50)
Basic Elements Of The Balance Sheet
78(29)
Statement of Stockholders' Equity
107(1)
Problems in Balance Sheet Presentation
108(1)
Summary
108(1)
Questions
108(2)
To the Net
110(1)
Problems
111(16)
Balance Sheet Review
117(4)
Insight on Liabilities and Shareholders' Equity
121(1)
Insight on Shareholder's Investment
122(1)
Insight on Assets
123(2)
Our Principal Asset Is Our People
125(1)
Brands Are Dead?
126(1)
Advertising---Asset?
126(1)
Income Statement
127(34)
Basic Elements of the Income Statement
128(3)
Special Income Statement Items
131(7)
Earnings Per Share
138(1)
Retained Earnings
138(3)
Dividends and Stock Splits
141(1)
Legality of Distributions to Stockholders
141(1)
Comprehensive Income
142(3)
Summary
145(1)
Questions
145(1)
To the Net
146(1)
Problems
147(14)
Electronic Solutions
153(1)
Convenience
153(1)
Run
154(1)
The Big Order
155(1)
Celtics
156(1)
Growth
157(1)
Preparing For the Future
158(3)
Basics of Analysis
161(24)
Ratio Analysis
162(1)
Common-Size Analysis (Vertical and Horizontal)
162(1)
Year-to-Year Change Analysis
163(1)
Financial Statement Variations by Type of Industry
163(2)
Review of Descriptive Information
165(1)
Comparisons
165(11)
Relative Size of Firm
176(1)
Other Library Sources
176(3)
The Users of Financial Statements
179(1)
Summary
180(1)
Questions
180(2)
To the Net
182(1)
Problems
182(3)
Liquidity of Short-Term Assets; Related Debt-Paying Ability
185(52)
Current Assets, Current Liabilites, and the Operating Cycle
186(20)
Current Assets Compared with Current Liabilities
206(4)
Other Liquidity Considerations
210(2)
Summary
212(1)
Questions
213(3)
To the Net
216(1)
Problems
216(21)
LIFO-FIFO
229(1)
Rising Prices, a Time to Switch Off LIFO?
230(1)
Online
231(2)
The Other Side of LIFO
233(1)
Network Supreme
234(2)
Booming Retail
236(1)
Long-Term Debt-Paying Ability
237(48)
Income Statement Consideration when Determining Long-Term Debt-Paying Ability
238(3)
Balance Sheet Consideration when Determining Long-Term Debt-Paying Ability
241(7)
Special Items that Influence A Firm's Long-Term Debt-Paying Ability
248(12)
Summary
260(2)
Questions
262(2)
To the Net
264(1)
Problems
265(20)
Expensing Interest Now and Later
273(1)
Consideration of Leases
273(3)
Lockout
276(1)
Determine the Liability
277(1)
Play It Safe
278(3)
Retirement Plans Revisited
281(1)
Fair Value of Financial Instruments
282(3)
Profitability
285(40)
Profitability Measures
286(12)
Trends in Profitability
298(1)
Segment Reporting
298(3)
Gains and Losses from Prior Priod Adjustments
301(1)
Comprehensive Income
302(1)
Interim Reports
302(1)
Summary
303(1)
Questions
304(1)
To the Net
305(1)
Problems
306(19)
Johnny's Self-Service Station
314(1)
The Tale of the Segments
315(2)
Insights on Geographic Area
317(2)
Tide, Pampers, and Etc.
319(2)
Vehicles and Housing
321(4)
For the Investor
325(32)
Leverage and its Effects on Earnings
326(2)
Earnings Per Common Share
328(2)
Price/Earnings Ratio
330(1)
Percentage of Earnings Retained
331(1)
Dividend Payout
331(1)
Dividend Yield
332(1)
Book Value Per Share
333(1)
Stock Options
334(2)
Stock Appreciation Rigths
336(1)
Summary
337(1)
Questions
338(1)
To the Net
339(1)
Problems
340(17)
Stock Split
346(2)
Why the Change?
348(1)
Stock Split Revisited
349(4)
Stock Option Plans
353(1)
View This Investment
354(3)
Statement of cash Flows
357(54)
Basic Elements of the Statement of Cash Flows
358(6)
Financial Ratios and the Statement of Cash Flows
364(4)
Alternative Cash Flow
368(1)
Procedures for Development of the Statement of Cash Flows
368(6)
Summary
374(1)
Questions
375(1)
To the Net
376(1)
Problems
377(34)
Cash Flow Tales
392(2)
Watch the Cash
394(2)
Rapidly Expanding
396(7)
The Retail Mover
403(3)
Non-Cash Charges
406(3)
Cash Movements and Periodic Income Determination
409(2)
Summary Analysis Nike, Inc. (Includes 1999 Financial Statements) 411(186)
Nike---Background Information
412(1)
Analysis of Nike
412(8)
Summary
420(45)
Expanded Analysis
465(42)
Financial Ratios as Perceived by Commercial Loan Departments
466(2)
Financial Ratios as Perceived by Corporate Controllers
468(2)
Financial Ratios as Perceived by Certified Public Accountants
470(1)
Financial Ratios as Perceived by Chartered Financial Analysts
470(1)
Financial Ratios Used in Annual Reports
471(2)
Degree of Conservatism and Quality of Earnings
473(1)
Forecasting Financial Failure
474(3)
Analytical Review Procedures
477(1)
Management's use of Analysis
477(1)
Use of LIFO Reserves
478(1)
Graphing Financial Information
479(3)
Summary
482(1)
Questions
482(2)
To the Net
484(1)
Problems
485(22)
What Position?
502(5)
Special Industries: Banks, Utilities, Oil and Gas, Transportation, Insurance, Real Estate Companies
507(50)
Banks
508(7)
Electric Utilities
515(6)
Oil and Gas
521(3)
Transportation
524(5)
Insurance
529(5)
Real Estate Companies
534(1)
Summary
535(1)
Questions
536(2)
To the Net
538(1)
Problems
539(18)
Allowance for Funds
543(3)
In Progress
546(3)
Loans and Provision for Loans
549(1)
You Can Bank of It
550(3)
Proved Reserves
553(2)
Heavenly Flying
555(2)
Personal Financial Statements and Accounting for Governments and Not-for-Profit Organizations
557(40)
Personal Financial Statements
558(6)
Accounting for Governments
564(4)
Accounting for Not-for-Profit Organizations Other Than Governments
568(9)
Summary
577(2)
Questions
579(2)
To the Net
581(1)
Problems
581(16)
Governor Lucas---This is Your County
586(11)
Glossary 597(24)
Bibliography 621
Index 629


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