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A&MIS 212

A&MIS 212

A&MIS 212. William F. Bentz January 9,2002 Fisher College of Business. Key Issues in Product Costing. Terminology Points of potential confusion Accounts Exercise E2-3. Concept of “Cost”.

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Valuation Lecture I: WACC vs. APV and Capital Structure Decisions

Valuation Lecture I: WACC vs. APV and Capital Structure Decisions

Valuation Lecture I: WACC vs. APV and Capital Structure Decisions Financial Decisions Timothy A. Thompson Market value balance sheet Market value assets Market value claims Excess Cash Total enterprise value Total enterprise value Debt Net debt Value of Projects

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Fundamental Financial Accounting Concepts Fourth Edition by Edmonds, McNair, Milam, Olds

Fundamental Financial Accounting Concepts Fourth Edition by Edmonds, McNair, Milam, Olds

Fundamental Financial Accounting Concepts Fourth Edition by Edmonds, McNair, Milam, Olds PowerPoint ® presentation by J. Lawrence Bergin Chapter 12 Statement of Cash Flows Purpose of the Statement of Cash Flows To show how the business acquired its cash during the current year

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CHAPTER 8:

CHAPTER 8:

CHAPTER 8: Assets Accounting CHAPTER 8 Assets Accounting Main topics in Chapter 8: Historical cost valuation and some alternatives to it; How to determine the cost of an asset; Several specific topics, working down the asset side of the balance sheet: Cash and temporary investments;

By jacob
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Money & Banking

Money & Banking

Money & Banking Week 4 Debt Instruments & Interest Rates Draw cash flow diagrams for the four types of credit instruments. Take the perspective of the lender. Simple loan Annuity/Amortized loan Coupon bond Zero coupon bond Bond Page of the Newspaper

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Chapter 1

Chapter 1

Chapter 1. The Conceptual Framework and Objectives of Financial Reporting. What is Accounting Used For? . Decision Making Evaluation of past performance Expectations of future performance Allocation of Resources. Free enterprise principle. Resources will flow to the segments of the economy

By arleen
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What Is A Brand?

What Is A Brand?

What Is A Brand?. “A brand is a name, term, sign, symbol, or design, or a combination of them, intended to identify the goods or services of one seller or group of sellers and to differentiate them from those of competition.” American Marketing Association. What Is A Brand?.

By Pat_Xavi
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Chapter 7: Capital Budgeting Cash Flows

Chapter 7: Capital Budgeting Cash Flows

Chapter 7: Capital Budgeting Cash Flows. In this chapter, we forecast the annual cash flows for a project. After all the cash flows are forecasted, then we can calculate the NPV or IRR (as covered in Chapter 6) and recommend that the project be either accepted or rejected .

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GAAP Differences and The Balance Sheet in Detail

GAAP Differences and The Balance Sheet in Detail

GAAP Differences and The Balance Sheet in Detail. MIM 517 Fall 2010 Class 2. Learning Objectives. Exposure to real balance sheet complexity Overview of “more complex” line items Key GAAP differences Gain familiarity with the footnotes.

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Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Management

Supply Chain Management. Lecture 9. Outline. Today Chapter 6 Skipping 3e: Section 6.5 p. 164-175, 4e: Section 6.6 p. 160-171 AM Tires: Evaluation of Supply Chain Design Decisions Under Uncertainty Thursday Finish Chapter 6 start with Chapter 7 Homework 2

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MANAGEMENT DECISIONS AND FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING REPORTS

MANAGEMENT DECISIONS AND FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING REPORTS

MANAGEMENT DECISIONS AND FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING REPORTS. Baginski & Hassell. Chapter 5. FINANCIAL DECISIONS: Reducing Outstanding Equity and Debt . FINANCING DECISIONS (Reducing Outstanding Equity and Debt). Topics Identify conditions leading to reduction of equity financing

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Valuation of Financial Assets

Valuation of Financial Assets

Valuation of Financial Assets. Chapter 14. Capitalization-of-Income Method. Financial asset: a security (e.g. a share of stock or bond) that represents a claim against the future income or assets of issuer

By cael
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Joachim Kölschbach, 9th IAIS Annual Conference, Santiago de Chile, 10th October 2002

Joachim Kölschbach, 9th IAIS Annual Conference, Santiago de Chile, 10th October 2002

IFRS for Insurance Contracts Current status of the project. Joachim Kölschbach, 9th IAIS Annual Conference, Santiago de Chile, 10th October 2002. Agenda. Milestones of the insurance project Scope of an IFRS insurance and implication for financial statements Current status

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CHAPTER 15 OUTLINE

CHAPTER 15 OUTLINE

CHAPTER 15 OUTLINE. 15.1 Stocks versus Flows 15.2 Present Discounted Value 15.3 The Value of a Bond 15.4 The Net Present Value Criterion for Capital Investment Decisions 15.5 Adjustments for Risk 15.6 Investment Decisions by Consumers 15.7 Investments in Human Capital

By miller
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Corporate Finance

Corporate Finance

Corporate Finance. FINA1003, Fall 2009 Xiaohui Gao Faculty of Business and Economics University of Hong Kong. Chapter 1: Introduction to Corporate Finance. What is corporate finance Forms of business organization Role and goal of the financial manager Agency Problems

By jackie
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Pricing of Bonds

Pricing of Bonds

Pricing of Bonds. Chapter 2. Time of Value. Future Value where: n = number of periods P n = future value n periods from now (in dollars) P o = original principal (in dollars) r = interest rate per period (in decimal form) Future Value of on Ordinary Annuity.

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Definitely Determinable Liabilities

Definitely Determinable Liabilities

Definitely Determinable Liabilities. Obligations that can be measured exactly E.g., bank loans, accounts payable, notes payable, salaries payable Accounting for payroll Firms must supply the government with information for each worker Federal, state, and Social Security taxes.

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Discounted Cash Flow Valuation

Discounted Cash Flow Valuation

Discounted Cash Flow Valuation. Chapter 6. Outline. FV of Multiple Cash Flows PV of Multiple Cash Flows Annuities and Perpetuities Interest Rates Types of Loans. FV of Multiple Cash Flows. FV and PV Review.

By sunila
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Théorie Financière 2008-2009 1. Introduction

Théorie Financière 2008-2009 1. Introduction

Théorie Financière 2008-2009 1. Introduction. Professeur André Farber. Organisation du cours . Ouvrages de référence: Brealey, R., Myers, S. and Allen, F. (BMA) Principle of Corporate Finance 9th ed., McGraw-Hill 2008 Farber,A. Laurent, M-P., Oosterlinck, K., Pirotte, H. (FLOP) Finance

By shelly
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NPV of a Project Relevant Cash Flows Pro Forma Financial Statements Evaluating NPV Estimates

NPV of a Project Relevant Cash Flows Pro Forma Financial Statements Evaluating NPV Estimates

Ch. 9: Making Capital Investment Decisions. NPV of a Project Relevant Cash Flows Pro Forma Financial Statements Evaluating NPV Estimates Real Options Capital Rationing. NPV of a Project. See Table 9.14 on p. 256 Calculate relevant net cash flow for each period

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