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Assets, Liabilities, and Equity–It All Equals Out

Oct 22, 2020 Bookkeeping 101 by ann
The amount of equity the owner has in the business is an important yardstick used by investors to evaluate the company. Many times, it determines the amount of capital they feel they can safely invest in the business. Intangibles such as goodwill are also considered to be assets. Your net worth equals your total liabilities
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What is the total asset turnover ratio?

Oct 22, 2020 Bookkeeping 101 by ann
The ratio also measures how many times a company’s receivables are converted to cash in a period. The receivables turnover ratio could be calculated on an annual, quarterly, or monthly basis. The accounts receivable turnover ratio is an accounting measure used to quantify a company’s effectiveness in collecting its receivables or money owed by clients.
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Times Interest Earned Formula

Oct 22, 2020 Bookkeeping 101 by ann
Finally, increasing financial leverage means that the firm uses more debt financing relative to equity financing. Interest payments to creditors are tax-deductible, but dividend payments to shareholders are not. Thus, a higher proportion of debt in the firm’s capital structure leads to higher ROE. Financial leverage benefits diminish as the risk of defaulting on interest
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Porter’s Five Forces Analysis of Coca Cola

Oct 21, 2020 Bookkeeping 101 by ann
Enhancing The Walt Disney Company’s generic competitive strategy and intensive growth strategies can effectively address such concerns in this component of the external analysis. The small population empowers suppliers to impose a strong force on Amazon.com Inc.’s e-commerce business. For example, changes in prices of equipment from a small number of large suppliers could directly
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Body Fat and BAC Readings

Oct 21, 2020 Bookkeeping 101 by ann
As a general rule, most individuals process one standard drink (one beer, one glass of wine, or one shot) per hour. Peak BAC is lower with food in the stomach than without food. The following is a generally accepted guide to the effects of alcohol. Since your body can absorb alcohol faster than it can
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