Question 195 out of 5 pointsNimitz Rental Company provided the following information to its auditors. For the year ended March 31, 2011, the company had revenues of $878,412, general and administrative expenses of $352,666, depreciation expenses of $131,455, leasing expenses of $108,195, and interest expenses equal to $78,122. If the company’s tax rate was 34 percent, what is its net income after taxes? Question 20 5 out of 5 points
Columbia Construction Company earned $451,888 during the year ended June 30, 2011. After paying out $225,794 in dividends, the balance went into retained earnings. If the firm’s total retained earnings were $846,972, what was the retained earnings on its balance sheet on July 1, 2010? Question 16 out of 6 pointsFinancial statement analysis can help us determine why a firm's cash flows are increasing or decreasing. Question 26 out of 6 pointsA typical way a common size income statement is constructed is by dividing all expense items in anincome statement by net income. Question 36 out of 6 pointsThe most frequent method of adjusting balance sheets to a common-size basis is to divide each of the accounts by total assets, expressing each account as a percentage of total assets. Selected Answer:TrueAnswers:TrueFalse Question 46 out of 6 pointsFor a given share price of a firm's stock, the lower the EPS the lower the price-earnings ratio. Question 56 out of 6 pointsA firm that has no debt will have its ROA equal to its ROE. Question 6 6 out of 6 points
A ____________ analysis involves looking at historical financial statements to see how various ratios are increasing, decreasing, or staying constant over time. Question 76 out of 6 pointsA financial __________ is simply one number from a financial statement divided by another number from the financial statement. Question 86 out of 6 pointsThe ______________ ratio is similar to the current ratio except that inventory is subtracted from current assets in the numerator.
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