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Choice Hotels 10-K
In Project 3, you will learn how to access US Securities and Exchange Commission public information about companies. You will also
learn how to calculate and anlyze ratios, analyze and make decisions based on cost, and develop a sales forecast and budget.
Start by looking up the 10-K for Choice Hotels (CHH) for year 2018 on the SEC website. Follow these steps:
1. Go to www.SEC.gov.
2. At the top on the right, click Company Filings.
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3. In the fast search box, enter the Ticker Symbol for Choice Hotels, CHH.
4. Click Search
5. EDGAR search results will appear. Notice the name and address for Choice Hotels. Also notice the box that reads
Filter Results: Filing Type. Enter "10-K" and click Search.
6. You should see a 10-K with a filing date of 2019-02-26. This is the latest available at the time this project was
developed.
7. Repeat 1 through 6 for Marriott International (MAR) for year 2018 on the SEC website. You should see a 10-K with a
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filing date of 2019-03-01. This is the latest available at the time this project was developed.
8. There are two available formats of this 10-K data, and we will use the Documents to answer the questions. You will
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use the data provided in the worksheets to complete the Ratio Analysis and to answer related questions.
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9. Complete the financial statements by filling in the Excel formulas for each grey box.
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10. Answer all questions on each tab in this workbook.
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Note: Quarterly Financial Statements are not audited. Only annual financial statements are audited by a public accounting firm.
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Common Size Income Statements
Consolidated Statements of Income - USD
12 Months Ended
Consolidated Statements of Income -
12 Months Ended
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USD ($) ($ in millions, except per share
REVENUES:
Dec. 31, 2018 % of Total revenue Dec. 31, 2017 % of Total revenue Dec. 31, 2016 % of Total revenues
Dec. 31, 2018% of Total revenuec. 31, 2017% of Total revenuec. 31, 2010% of Total revenues
Royalty fees
$ 376,676,000
REVENUES
Initial franchise and relicensing fees
S
26,072,000
52,088,000
$ 23,038,000
$ 317,699,000
Procurement services
$ 40,451,000
$ 19,720,000
Base management fees
1,140
1,102
806
Franchise fees
S
1,586
649
Marketing and reservation system
$ 499,625,000
$ 409,120,000
Incentive management fees
$
607
425
Other
42,791,000
Gross fee revenues
3,295
2,38 8
Recycle
Total revenues
$ 1,041,304,000
$ 36,438,000
$ 941,297,000
$ 25,526,000
$ 807,909,000
Contract investment amortization
(58 )
(50)
(40)
OPERATING EXPENSES:
Net fee revenues
3,580
S
3,245
2,348
Selling, general and administrative
S
170,027,000
$ 165,821,000
$ 154,720,000
Owned, leased, and other revenue
$ 1,125
Depreciation and amortization
14,330,000
Marketing and reservation system
534,266,000
$ 6,680,000
Cost reimbursement revenue
$ 15,543
$ 11,934
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Total operating expenses
718,623,000
$ 479,400,000
6,996,000
Total revenues
20,758
20,452
OPERATING COSTS AND EXPENSES
$ 15,407
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$ 651,901,000
$ 459,765,000
Impairment of goodwill
(4,289,000)
$ 621,481,000
Owned, leased, and other-direct
1,306
1,411
Gain on sale of assets, net
82,000
257,000
627,000
Depreciation, amortization, and other $
226
229
901
921
119
Operating income
$ 289,653,000
General, administrative, and other
927
386
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OTHER INCOME AND EXPENSES, NET:
$ 187,055,000
159
743
Interest expense
45,908,000
(7,452,000)
$ 45,039,000
15,778
Interest income
$ (5,920,000)
Total operating expenses
S
$ 17,948
$ 11,834
13 ,983
Other (gain) loss
Equity in net (income) loss of affiliates
5,323,000
S
(3,229,000)
(3,535,000)
OPERATING INCOME
S
S
2.504
Total other income and expenses, net
$ 40,436,000
(492,000
Gains and other income, net
688
1,424
45,216,000
4,546,000
S
38,915,000
Interest expense
(340)
(288)
(234 )
Income before income taxes
Income taxes
56,903,000
$ 249,217,000
$ 126,890,000
$ 148,140,000
Interest income
22
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quity in earnings
103
40
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Net income
INCOME BEFORE INCOME TAXES
2,982
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216,355,000
$ 122,327,000
$ 41,428,000
Basic earnings per share
$ 106,712,000
Provision for income taxes
(438 )
(1,523)
1,239
1,907
(431)
Basic earnings per share (in dollars per
NET INCOME
1,459
808
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share
3.83
Diluted earnings per share (in dollars
S
2.16
S
1.90
EARNINGS PER SHARE
per share)
3.80
2.15
1.89
Earnings per share - basic
5.45
Earnings per share - diluted
5.38
3.8
3.84
S
2.78
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1. What are two accounts in the Choice Hotels income statement that show the biggest change over the past 3 years? What information in the 10-K report helps to explain these changes?
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2. What are two accounts in the Marriott income statement that show the biggest change over the past 3 years? What information in the 10-K report helps to explain these changes?
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Common Size Balance Sheets
12 Months Ended
Consolidated Balance Sheets - USD ($] Dec. 31. 201% of Total assets Dec. 31. 201 % of Total asset
Common Size Balance Sheets
12 Months Ended
$ in Thousands
Consolidated Balance Sheets - USD Dec. 31. 2 & of Total assets Dec. 31. 2 8 of Total assets
Current assets
($) $ in Millions
Cash and cash equivalents
26,642
Current assets
235,336
Receivables [net of allowance for doubtful
Cash and equivalents
316
383
accounts of $15,905 and $12,221, respectively)
138,018
125.870
Income taxes receivable
10.122
Accounts and notes receivable, net
2,135
1,973
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Notes receivable, net of allowances
Prepaid expenses and other
249
36,753
13,256
235
Assets held for sale
149
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Other current assets
8
12
Total current assets
32,243
243,784
25,967
Total current assets
400,423
Property and equipment, net
$ 2,706
2,740
1,793
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Property and equipment, at cost, net
1,356
27.535
$3,374
Goodwill
168,996
Intangible assets
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80,757
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Intangible assets, net
271,188
00,492
Brands
Contract acquisition costs and other
3.190
Notes receivable, net of allowances
$ 2,590
5,922
63,440
80,136
Goodwill
$ 9,039
$ 2,622
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Investments, employee benefit plans, at fair value
9,207
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3,338
Investments in unconsolidated entities
20,838
109,016
34,226
Total long-term asset
$ 17,419
17,751
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Deferred income taxes
30,613
27,224
Equity method investments
732
54,400
Notes receivable, net
734
Other ssects
67,715
125
142
20
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Total assets
Deferred tax assets
171
93
Current liabilities
$ 1,138,370
895,191
Other noncurrent assets
587
593
Total assets
$ 23,696
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Accounts payable
Accrued expenses and other current liabilities
73,511
92,651
67,839
34,315
Current liabilities
$ 23,846
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Defered Revenue
67.614
52,142
Current portion of long-term debt
833
Liability for quest loyalty program
83,566
Accounts payable
398
767
79,123
783
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Current portion of long-term debt
345
1,097
1,232
Accrued payroll and benefits
1,214
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Liability for quest loyalty program
2,523
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Total current liabilities
$18,439
284,651
Accrued expenses and other
963
2,121
Long-term debt
53,514
725,292
1,291
Long-term portion
10,278
98,459
Total current liabilities
Long-term debt
.437
5,807
Deferred compensation and retirement plan
8,514
7,840
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obligations
24,212
Income taxes payable
26.276
25,566
29,041
Liability for quest loyalty program
Deferred tax liabilities
*2,932
485
2,813
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Deferred income taxes
605
39
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Liability for quest loyalty program
52,327
Deferred revenue
731
583
46,101
Other noncurrent liabilities
2,372
2,610
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Other liabilities
Total liabilities
37,096
42,043
Shareholders' equity
Commitments and Contingencies
$ 1,322,142
$ 1,253,792
Class A Common Stock
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Common stock, $0.01 par value; 160,000,000
Additional paid-in-capital
5,814
$ 5,770
shares authorized; 95,065,638 shares issued at
December 31, 2018 and December 31, 2017;
55,679,207 and 56,679,968 shares outstanding at
December 31, 2018 and December 31, 2017
Additional paid-in-capital
95
951
Retained earnings
Accumulated other comprehensive loss
213,170
182,448
$ 8,982
$ 7,242
Treasury stock, at cost; 39,386,431 and
[5.446)
[4.699)
Treasury stock, at cost
Accumulated other comprehensive loss
$ [12.185)
(391)]
$ [3,418)
38,385,670 shares at December 31, 2018 and
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December 31, 2017, respectively
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Retained earnings
$ [1,187,625)
$ [1,064,573)
Total shareholders' equity
$ 2,225
$ 3,582
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Total shareholders' deficit
$ 795,178
Total liabilities and shareholders"
(183,772)
$ 627,272
Total liabilities and shareholders"
[258,601
$ 23,696
$ 23,846
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$ 1,138,370
995,191
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Choice Hotels has contracted with a mid-size furniture manufacturer for the production of guestroom furniture
Choice Hotels Sales, Production, and Cost Information
Overhead Costs
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for three models of guest rooms: the standard guest room, Junior Suite, and Presidential Suite.
Room Type
Standard
Presidential
Guest Room
Junior Suite
Type
Cost
Suite
The Standard Guest Room comes with basic furniture, bathroom plan, and amenities. It sells for $140,000 to
olume
150
110
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Depreciation
$3,200,000
franchise hotels.
Price
$140,000
$240,000
$1,050,000
Maintenance
$1,800,000
The Junior Suite model is larger and includes an enhanced furniture selection, upgraded bathroom fixtures, more
Unit costs
Purchasing
$320,000
comfortable bedding. The guest room is considered an upgrade from the standard guestroom model. The Junior
Direct
materials
$30,000
$92,000
$310,000
Inspection
$850,000
Suite sells for $240,000 to franchise hotels.
Direct labor
$54,000
$85,000
$640,000
Indirect
materials
$490,000
The Presidential Suite model is a custom-made guest room with floors and walls constructed from specialty
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wood. The drapes are made from the traditional flax-based canvass. It has the look and feel of a room in the
Manufacturing
$30,000
$30,000
$30,000
Supervision
$1,700,000
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White House, with modern comforts and security. The Presidential Suite sells for $1,050,000 to franchise hotels.
Workers who build the Presidential Suite are specialized craftsmen. They earn twice the hourly rate of those
overhead
Supplies
$190,000
working on the Standard Guest Room and Junior Suite models. The labor rate is fully burdened to include
Total
benefits.
Total unit cost
$114,000
$207,000
$980,000
manufacturing
$8,550,000
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Most of Choice Hotels' guest room sales come from the Standard Guest Room and the Junior Suite, but sales of
overhead cost
the Presidential Suite model have been growing. The company's sales, production, and cost information for last
Unit gross
$26,000
Note: Manufacturing overhead
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profit
$33,000
$70,000
costs are fixed. They do not vary
Direct labor
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hours
1,200
1,300
5,940
with the volume of manufacturing
activity.
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Rate per hour
$45.00
$65.38
$107.74
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Answer Questions 1 and 2 Below:
17 1. The cost-allocation system Choice Hotels has been using allocates over 90 percent of overhead costs to the
18 Standard Guest Room and the Junior Suite, because over 90 percent of the models produced were one of these
19 two models. How much overhead was allocated to each of the three models last year? Discuss why this might
20 not be an accurate way to assign overhead costs to products
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2. Choice Hotels' production manager proposes allocating overhead by direct labor hours instead, since the
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different models require different amounts of labor. How much overhead would be allocated to each guest room
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(per unit and in total) using this method? Show all supporting calculations.
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Manufacturing overhead
Cost driver
Standard
Presidential
Cost per cost
cost per
Cost per
Amount
Sum of Cost
Cost per
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Guest Room
Junior Suite
Suite
Drivers
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Standard
Junior Suite
Presidential
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Suite
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Depreciation
3,200,000| Square feet
50,000
30,000
30,000
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$ 872,727.27 $ 872,727.27
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Maintenance
$1,800,000
Direct labor
143,000
148,500
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hours
180,000
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# of
Purchasing
$320,000
purchase
2,500
1,500
9,000
orders
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Inspection
# of
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$850,000
inspections
1,000
850
3,500
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Indirect
Units
materials
$490,000
manufacture
150
110
25
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Supervision
# of
850
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$1,700,000
inspections
1.000
3,500
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Supplies
$ 190,000
Units
manufacture
150
110
25
Total
$8,550,000
234,800
176,420
194,550
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4. Calculate the cost of one Presidential Suite using activity-based costing
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5. At the current selling price, is the company covering its true cost of production of the Presidential Suite? Briefly discuss.
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6. What should price should Choice Hotels charges for the Presidential Suite?
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8. What should Choice Hotels do if the quantity of the Presidential Suite Guest Rooms sold at the new price falls to 10 per year?
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9. What should Choice Hotels do if the price of the Presidential Suite cannot exceed $1,050,000?
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10. At a selling price of $1,050,000 each, what is the breakeven unit volume for the Presidential Suite?
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In a February 15, 2019 Press Release. Choice Hotels announced the company's 2018 fourth quarter and full year results. Using the data from this press release, create a 2019 budget and forecast.
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To complete the budget, use the following information:
are expected to grow at a rate of 2.5% according to the full-year outlook.
Given the expected growth and recent investments, expenses are expected to increase by 1%.
ncome takes are expected to be 22%
To complete the forecast. use the following information:
The low-range forecast is expected to be 2%
The mid-range forecast is expected to be 2.5%
The high-range forecast is expected to be 3%
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Forecast
Forecast
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Midpoint
Forecast
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Consolidated Statements of Inc. Dec. 31. 2018 Dec. 31. 2 Dec. 31. 2019 Dec. 31. 2019 Dec. 31. 2019
High
REVENUES
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Royalty fees
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*376,676,000
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Initial franchise and relicensing fees
26,072,000
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Procurement services
Marketing and reservation system
52,088,000
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543.677,000
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Other
42,791,000
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Total revenues
OPERATING EXPENSES:
$ 1,041,304,000
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Selling, general and administrative
170,027,000
Depreciation and amortization
Marketing and reservation system
14.330,000
########## $ 191,396,093.56 $193.798.554.98
$ 15.928.521.64 $ 16.400.000.00 # 16.810,000.00
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Total operating expenses
534.266,000
Impairment of goodwill
718,623,000
########## $ 601,412,865.73 $ 608.961,981.20
########## $ 808,939.962.13 |$819.094.020.23
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[4.289,000)
Gain on sale of assets, net
82,000
$ (4.767.440.98) $ [4.828,044.05) # (4.888.647.11)
Operating income
91,147.16
92,305.81 $ 93.464.46
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OTHER INCOME AND EXPENSES, NET:
318,474,000
########## $358.500.000.00 |##########
Interest expense
45,908,000
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Interest income
(7,452,000)
$ 51,029.069.88 $ 45,800,000.00 # 52,326.419.11
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Other [gain) loss
$ [8.283.275.87) $ (7.600,000.00) $ (8.493.867.63]
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1.437.000
1,637.907.65
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Equity in net (income) loss of affiliates | $
Total other income and expenses, net $
5,323,000
$ 1,597.298.37 $ 46.700.000.00 $
45,216,000
5,916.784.42 $ 3,900,000.00 $ 6,067 211.14
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$50,259.876.79 $ 50.898.773.53 $ 51537.670.27
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Income before income taxes
$ 273.258.000
Income taxes
########## $ 307.601.226.47 $ 311,462,329.73
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56,903,000
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Net income
Basic earnings per share:
216,355,000
$ 63,250,569.91 $ 56,200,000.00 $ 64.858,635.24
# ######### $ 197.100,000.00 $201,000,000.00
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Basic earnings per share (in dollars per = $
3.83
Diluted earnings per share (in dollars per $
3.80
4.00
3.44 $
4.06
4.06
4.13
3.58
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Questions:
Target
Expectation
Expectation
Expectation
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. Which revenue category is the most important to forecast accurately? Explain your rationale for your selection and how you developed your three estimates thoroughly .
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2. Which expense category is the most important to forecast accurately?' Explain your rationale for your selection and how you developed your three estimates thoroughly .
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3. Explain thoroughly how you developed your budget estimates for all revenue and operating expense accounts.
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Instructions
Income Statement
Balance Sheet
Cash Flow
Cost and Investing
Budget and Forecast
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