Financial statements

# Financial statements

## Financial statements

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1. Financial statements Financial statements are general summaries of economic activity because user groups have diverse interests.

2. The Balance Sheet

3. Some important issues • Net working capital (NWC) • Liquidity • Debt versus equity • Market value versus book value

4. Cash flow from assets The difference between the number of dollars that come in and the number that goes out. Crucial for capital budgeting analysis. Note that there is a standard accounting statement called the statement of cash flows, but it is different from what is nte necessary ingredient for financial analysis.

5. Cash Flow Analysis

6. Cash Flow Analysis

7. Cash Flow Analysis

8. Fantastic Copy Balance Sheet

9. Fantastic Copy Balance Sheet

10. Fantastic Copy Income Statement

11. Fantastic Copy Cash Flow

12. Fantastic Copy Cash Flow

14. Marginal versus Average

15. Corporate Tax (Ontario)

16. Capital Cost Allowance - Depreciation

17. Example 1: Firm “Fantastic copy” bought a photo-copier for \$22,000 (asset class 8, 20%), calculate the CCA over the years.

18. Depreciation on \$22,000 Photocopier (CCA Class 8) Year UCC t CCA UCC t+1 1 11,000 2,200 \$8,800 2 19,800 3,960 15,840 3 15,840 3,168 12,672 4 12,672 2,534 10,138 5 10,138 2,028 8,110 6 8,110 1,622 6,488

19. Example 2: A proposed cost saving device has an installed cost of 59,400. It is class 43 (30%) for CCA purposes. It will actually function for five years at which time it will have no value. Calculate UCC at the end of five years.

20. Question 2.30 Mississauga Manufacturing Ltd. Just invested in some new processing machinery to take advantage of more favorable CCA rates in a new federal budget. The machinery qualifies for 25% CCA rate and has an installed cost of \$500,000. Calculate CCA and UCC for the first five years.