Chapter 7 Summary
A bond is a long-term contract under which a borrower agrees to make payments of interest &
principal on specific dates to the holders of the bond. They are issued by corporations and government
agencies that are looking for long-term de
Chapters 1 & 2 Book Summaries
Financial management is a term which concerns acquisition, financing, and management of assets
with some kind of goal in mind. There are three major areas when it comes to financial management.
They are known as investing, fi
The balance sheet summarizes the assets, liabilities, and owners equity of a business at a
moment in time, usually the end of a year or a quarter. The income statement summarizes the revenues
and expenses of the firm over a particular perio
Years in current position
Number of direct reports (subordinates)
Fiedlers Contingency Model
Think about a coworker that you dislike the most. Describe this person by rating them on the following
attributes from 1 to 8.
1) The length of time major medical benefits will be paid after a deductible is satisfied is called a
A) benefit period
B) deductible runoff.
C) coinsurance period
D) stop limit.
2) Which of the following statements about disability is (are) true?
Q1. Rita is 66 years old. She earned $20,000 this year working part-time at a store and her
modified adjusted gross income was $28,000. Rita is considering making a $3,000 contribution
to her traditional IRA. Which of the following statements i
Q1. Which of the following statements is true regarding an automatic premium loan provision?
A. Interest does not have to be paid on an automatic premium loan.
B. An automatic premium loan, unlike a regular policy loan, is forgiven if the insured dies bef
1) Sarah is using the needs approach to determine how much life insurance to buy. Her cash needs are
$30,000; her income needs are $140,000; and special needs are $100,000. Sarah has the following
assets: $20,000 in bank accounts, $30,000 in retirement pl
Q1. Lisa has three fire insurance policies on her office building. The policy from company A is for
$400,000 and the policies from companies B and C are $100,000 each if Lisa has a $360,000 loss, how
much of the loss will be covered by each policy if the
Q1. The loss settlement under which of the following supports the principle of indemnity?
A. actual cash value property insurance
B. replacement cost property insurance
C. Life Insurance
D. Valued policies
Q2. Sues office building was damaged by a fi
Q1. Which of the following is advantage of state regulation of insurance over federal regulation of
A. Greater Efficiency
B. Quicker response to local insurance problems
C. Uniformity of Laws
D. More effective in negotiating international
Q1. ABC Insurance retains the first $1million of each property damage loss and purchases insurance for
that part of an property loss that exceeds $1 million. The insurance for property losses above $1 million
A. Primary Insurance
B. Excess Insur
1) Apex Insurance Company wrote a large number of property insurance policies in an area where
earthquake losses could occur. When the president of Apex was asked if she feared that a severe
earthquake might put the company out of business, she
Chapter 1 - Risk in Our Society
1) Traditionally, risk has been defined as
A) any situation in which the probability of loss is one.
B) any situation in which the probability of loss is zero.
C) uncertainty concerning the occurrence of loss.
D) the probab
Exam 1 Study Guide
FIN 475 Fall 2016
The in class exam will include 4 calculation problems. but you will be allowed to bring a
one-page one-sided HANDWRITTEN note (8.5x11).
Please bring your financial calculator as well as pen or pencil. A formula
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Financial Statements, Taxes, and Cash Flow
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which one of the following is the financial statemen
Keyboard shortcuts in
Excel 2016 for Mac
Excel 2016 for Mac keyboard shortcuts are listed here. If you use
Excel on a Windows computer, many of the shortcuts that use the
CTRL key also work in Excel 2016 for Mac. However, not all do. When
in doubt, consul
Hudgins, Lee Ann
FIN370 Case Study
FIN 370 AOL ASSIGNMENT
The Case of the Junior Analyst
Amber was recently hired by Gracious Fashion as a junior
She is working for the Venture Capital
Division and has been given for capit
Long-term debt is $8,200; and current liabilities are $1,630, so total liabilities = $9,830
Assets ? = Liabilities $9,830 + Equity $13,205, so
Assets = $23,035
Net working capital, other than cash, is $2,205
Current assets, other t
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Framing Accounting Theory Theoretical and Practical
Mahd Ali Al- Jabali
Study Questions Chapter 4 - Introduction to Valuation: The Time Value of Money
pg. 117, #1,2 pg.118 #6-10,12-14,17,19-20,22
Compounding refers to the growth of a dollar amount through time via reinvestment of
interest earned. It is also the process of
Practice Questions - Chapter 3 Working With Financial Statements
pg. 85 #2,4,5,7 pg.87 #1,2,4,5,7,10,11,12,22,23
2. The firm has increased inventory relative to other current assets; therefore, assuming current
liability levels remain mostly unchanged, li