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Financial Statement Analysis:

Financial Statement Analysis:

Financial Statement Analysis: Understand and Interpret Financial Results for Better Management & Credit Decisions Denver – March 30, 2004 Introduction and Understanding Specific Interests Eric Edwards – Axiomate, Inc. Jeff Holben – E 2 Business Services, Inc.

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Financial Statement Analysis:

Financial Statement Analysis:

Financial Statement Analysis:. Understand and Interpret Financial Results for Better Management & Credit Decisions. Denver – March 30, 2004. Introduction and Understanding Specific Interests. Eric Edwards – Axiomate, Inc. Jeff Holben – E 2 Business Services, Inc.

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2. Liabilities are.. . Creditors claims on total assetsExisting debts and obligations. Liabilities must be settled in the future by transfer of assets or services.. 3. Current Liabilities. Can reasonably be expected to paidFrom existing current assets or through the creation of other current l

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Liabilities

Liabilities

Liabilities. obligations of an entity to make a future payment or to deliver goods or services to the third parties in the future in return for cash borrowed or service used or goods acquired provide cash via borrowing, or savings of cash classified according to their due dates

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LIABILITIES

LIABILITIES

LIABILITIES. Probable future sacrifices of economic benefits arising from present obligations of a particular entity to transfer assets or provide services to other entities in the future as a result of past transactions or events. (SFAC #6, 1980). ESSENTIAL CHARACTERISTICS.

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Liabilities

Liabilities

Liabilities. Chapter 10. Current Liabilities. Noncurrent Liabilities. The Nature of Liabilities. Defined as debts or obligations arising from past transactions or events. Maturity = 1 year or less. Maturity > 1 year. The acquisition of assets is financed from two sources:. DEBT. EQUITY.

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Liabilities

Liabilities

Liabilities. Current--one year or less Current portion of long-term debt. Contingent Losses. Probable Reasonable Remote Probable and measurable…record Reasonable…disclose Remote…ignore. Contingent Gains. Probable…disclose Other…ignore. Appendices. 10A: Pensions 10B: Deferred taxes

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LIABILITIES

LIABILITIES

Chapter 10. LIABILITIES. Current Liabilities. Noncurrent Liabilities. I.O.U. The Nature of Liabilities. Defined as debts or obligations arising from past transactions or events. Maturity = 1 year or less. Maturity > 1 year. DEBT. EQUITY.

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Liabilities

Liabilities

Liabilities. 9. Learning Objectives. Describe the recording and reporting of various current liabilities. Describe the reporting of long-term liabilities and the cash flows associated with those liabilities.

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LIABILITIES

LIABILITIES

LIABILITIES. The Nature of Liabilities. A. Definitions of Liabilities

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Liabilities

Liabilities

Liabilities. obligations of an entity to make a future payment or to deliver goods or services to the third parties in the future in return for cash borrowed or service used or goods acquired Definite vs. estimated liabilities classified according to their due dates

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LIABILITIES

LIABILITIES

Chapter 10. LIABILITIES. Learning Objective. To define liabilities an distinguish between current and long-term liabilities. LO1. Current Liabilities. Noncurrent Liabilities. I.O.U. The Nature of Liabilities. Defined as debts or obligations arising from past transactions or events.

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