Chapter 16 and 17 study guide

Chapter 16 and 17 study guide - What is the starting point...

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Chapter 16 What are the 3 sections of a cash flow statement? Be able to determine which section various transactions are shown in. (Similar to Exercise 16.3) What is contained in the Operating Section? Be able to recognize transactions. Ex. 16.2 and 16.3 will help with these questions. What is contained in the Investing Section? Be able to recognize transactions What is contained in the Financing Section? Be able to recognize transactions Where is depreciation shown under the indirect method? Where are gains shown?
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Unformatted text preview: What is the starting point for the indirect method? What is added vs. what is deducted? See exhibit 4 on page 718 - this is a great recap. What is the starting point for the Direct method? What are some examples of NON-CASH transactions? Where are they reported? Calculate cash flow Chapter 17 Common sized Financial Statements Management Discussion & Analysis Horizontal analysis Vertical analysis Examples of solvency ratios Example of profitability ratios Calculate ratios Pg 784 is a quick reference...
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This note was uploaded on 06/20/2011 for the course ACT ACT 2292 taught by Professor Amyhulsey during the Fall '09 term at Troy.

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