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The conservatism principle involves “recognizing expenses and liabilities as soon as possible when there is uncertainty about the outcome, but to only recognize revenues and assets when they are assured of being received” (The conservatism principle). Requirement 2 – B Hudson’s wholesale inventories should be reported on the balance sheet at the replacement cost amount. The text indicates that the replacement cost is less than the NRV (or ceiling) and more than the NRV-NP (or floor) making the
There are different methods of cost estimation. In Ka-Pow project we have used the bottom up estimating. In bottom up estimate find out the cost of the work packages and then add them up to get the cost for the entire project. It is important to estimate the cost correctly otherwise it will put the project at a risk. It is very important to involve the SMEs in the cost planning also to get the accurate estimate for the cost.
The interest charged on the multimillion dollar loan clearly will have a significant impact on the company’s financial reports. Thus, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) established SFAS No. 34, “Capitalization of Interest Costs,” to provide guidance on how to record this type of interest properly. Basically, this standard explains that the interest on the loan for building your new facility can be capitalized, as part of the costs of the facility because it meets their two criteria, (1) it is not yet ready for use, and (2) it is currently under construction (p.
Section 409 of the SOX Act has been interpreted as meaning that when a material financial change occurs in a publicly held company, it must be reported to regulators within 48 hours (Addison-Hewitt Section 409). Disclosures are to be presented in terms that are easy to understand with the use of graphics where necessary. These easy to follow graphics and disclosure protect investors in real time from delayed reporting of material events. “Companies must also account for changes that occur externally, such as changes by customers or business partners that could materially impact its own financial positioning (e.g. key customer/supplier bankruptcy and default)” (Brief Summary 4).
Luisa Fernanda Treviño A01231457 Agosto/13/2015 Proyecciones Financieras Financial statement forecasts * Expected future income statements * Balance sheets * Cash flows Financial statement forecasts represent an integrated portrayal of a firm’s future operating, investing and financing activities. = Future profitability, growth, financial position, cash flows, risk. Optimistic forecasts can lead the analyst to overestimate future earnings and cash flows or underestimate risk and therefore make poor investment decisions. Conservative forecasts can lead the analyst to understate future earnings and cash flows overstate risk. Focal points of the firm’s strategy * Accounting quality * Profitability * Risk General forecasting principles
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