The statement of cash flows is one of the main financial statements. (The other financial
statements are the balance sheet, income statement, and statement of stockholders' equity.) The
cash flow statement records the amounts of cash and cash
2. An investor requires a return of 12 percent. A stock sells for $25, it pays a divi- dend of $1,
and the dividends compound annually at 7 percent. Will this investor find the stock attractive?
What is the maximum amount that this investor should pay for
Gross Income Exclusions ch 5
(1) Gifts + Inheritances
voluntary transfer of property without consideration
be wary of gifts in business setting
employer gifts to employees generally taxable unless specifically excluded
employer death benefits
Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT), Investor Relations: http:/www.microsoft.com/investor/SEC/default.aspx
RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS:
1. Determine the companys PRIMARY risk management objective:
2. Identify 3 RISKS the company faces, one from each sev
Tunnels at Mercyhurst
The feeling of being outside on campus but not dealing with the cold, snow, rain or wind,
walkways from building to building would be an addition to Mercyhurst. Skyways would
connect buildings and built of glass to see the surroundin
Stan Lee-Marvel Comic
A. Born Stanley Martin Lieber, on December 28, 1922 in New York City.
1. Was the son of Romanian Jewish Immigrants
2. Son of Celia Solomon and Jack Lieber, had one brother Larry
B. Lee had many influences g
Study Guide for Mercyhurst College Intro Psych Final (75 Questions)
Chapters 1 (1 question)
Why is Wilhelm Wundt important to the history of psychology?
Why is William James important to the history of psychology?
Why is Sigmund Freud important to the his
1. The company is so short of funds because of the firms financial position. As sales have
increased by 55% from 1993-1995, the assets that support increase of sales increased by
78%. To meet financial needs, the company received short-term lo
Financial ratios can be used by the stockholders or pretty much by anyone else to get a visual of
the financial strength of the company. We use financial ratios to compare them to the industry
average because they can compare the strengths and
The four major financial statements are the balance sheet, income statement, statement of
stockholders' equity, and the statement of cash flows.
Financial statements must be audited because it tells the stockholders that the companys