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financial years kept on increasing. There is nothing in the footnote that impacts the firm. What is noteworthy in the financial statements of the two companies is the fact that Kimberly-Clark company realized a positive and an ever-increasing total comprehensive income across the three periods under consideration. On the other hand, the Procter and Gamble company realized an inconsistent amount of total comprehensive income across the three periods under consideration. For instance, in 2016 it realized a total of $7,477 billion. In 2017, it realized a total of $16, 686 billion but in the financial year that ended in 2018, it realized a total of $9,742 billion. From the above trend, it is clear that the realization of the total comprehensive income in the company is inconsistent. Moreover, it is evident that the two companies realized cash inflows from operating activities. Similarly, the two companies realized cash outflows in both the financing activities and investing activities except the investing activities for Kimberly-Clark company that realized cash inflows in the financial year that ended in 2018. 9742 16686 7477 Procter and Gamble chart of comprehensive income 1 2 3
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Surname 9 56505 47567 46666 Kimberly-Clark comprehensive income 1 2 3 The discussions of the financial statement are concise and clear. I want to believe that I have covered the discussions adequately and extensively to my level best. Lastly, the cited materials in the bibliography support effectively the focus. Both companies should put measures to minimize costs while maximizing the value of the company.
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Surname 10 Works Cited Eklund, Tomas, et al. "Using the self-organizing map as a visualization tool in financial benchmarking." Information Visualization 2.3 (2003): 171-181. Fraser, Lyn M., Aileen Ormiston, and Lyn M. Fraser. Understanding financial statements . Pearson, 2010. Stolowy, Herve, et al. Financial accounting and reporting . Cengage Learning, 2006. Walker, George T. "Goodwill on financial statements." The Accounting Review 13.2 (1938): 174- 182.
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