Unit One Problems corp finance

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Joseph Mullan BA 341-07  Unit One Problems Chapter 2 3.  The income statement  items are arranged in the following order: sales, gross profit shares  outstanding, cost of goods sold, gross profit, selling and admin expense, depreciation expense,  operating profit, interest expense,  earnings before taxes, taxes, earnings after taxes, preferred  stock dividends, earning available to common stockholders, shares outstanding, earnings per  share,  10.  The following balance sheet items are considered current: accounts payable, prepaid  expenses, inventory, accrued wages payable, accounts receivable and marketable securities.  The following balance sheet items are noncurrent: retained earnings, plant and equipment,  common stock, bonds payable, capitol in excess of par and preferred stock.   Chapter 3 33.  Profit margin: 6.1% Return on Assets: 13.3% Return on Equity: 20.7% Receivables Turnover: 12.4 Average Collection Period: 29.5 days
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course BA 341 taught by Professor Jeppeson during the Winter '08 term at Upper Iowa.

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