ACC 227 HW1

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2.      Distinguish between the indirect and direct methods of reporting net cash flows provided by (used in) operating activities.

 

 

 

 

3.      How are depreciation and similar noncash items treated on a statement of cash flows?

 

 

 

 

4.      Financial statement analysis can be used to identify a company's weak areas so that management can work toward improvement.  Can financial statement analysis be used for any other purpose?  Explain.

 

5.      What is a common-size financial statement?  What are its advantages?

 

6.      What benchmarks can be used to add meaning to a computed financial ratio value?

 

7.      Beehive Company had a beginning cash balance of $1,500.  In addition, the company reported the following amounts of cash provided by (used in) each category of the statement of cash flows.  Using the below information, compute the company's ending cash balance.

Operating activities

$   15,350

Investing activities

(16,050)

Financing activities

1,500

 

8.      Assume all of the company's sales are on account.  The accounts receivable balance at the beginning of the year was $512, and the ending balance was $481.  During the year, the company had sales of $4,526.  Compute the amount of cash collections on sales.

 

9.      Using the following information and assuming that all inventory is purchased on account, compute cash paid for inventory:

 

Cost of goods sold

$ 36,843

Inventory, beginning balance

3,110

Inventory, ending balance

2,982

Accounts payable, beginning balance

2,576

Accounts payable, ending balance

2,718

 

 

10.    Using the following data, compute the debt ratio.

 

 

Accounts Payable

$    3,500

Accounts Receivable

6,000

Building

65,000

Cash

2,100

Capital Stock

24,300

Inventory

4,100

Land

14,000

Long-Term Notes Payable

32,000

Market Value of Equity

103,000

Net Income

10,000

Retained Earnings (ending)

24,000

Sales

105,000

Short-Term Notes Payable

5,700

Stockholders' Equity

48,300

Unearned Revenue

1,700

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