# Acc201 Week 1 Executive Tools For Decision Making Paper

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Introduction to Executive Tools for Decision Making TUI Financial Accounting ACC201 Introduction to Executive Tools for Decision Making APPLE Inc. The total amount of cash available for Apple to pay their current debts is \$123.55 billion dollars in favor of assets. I derived this from Apple’s Assets \$207 billion and subtracted their liabilities, which was \$83.45 billion. I believe that Apple is in good shape due to the total assets the company has received. \$207 – 83.45 = 123.55 billion Apple is increasing its investment in operations every year. In 2012 the cash flow from investing activities was 48.23B and the Non current Assets were 57.65B. The difference between the two is \$9.2B. In 2013 the Cash Flow from Investing…show more content…
The difference in Net income between 2011 and 2013 was \$2.18B. The trend for Cash Flow from Operating Activities is as follows 2013 25.86B, 2012 17.17B, and 2011 67.73B. There was a huge dip from 2011 to 2013 the 41.87B to me that’s a ton of money to make back up. I would give Citi group a C. Due to the fact that they have less money to pay out there debts. Ford Motor Company The total amount of cash available for Ford to pay their current debts is 26.75 billion dollars in favor of assets. I derived this from Ford’s Assets \$202.03 billion and subtracted their liabilities, which was \$175.28 billion. I believe that Ford is in good shape due to the total assets the company has received. 202.03B – 175.28B - \$26.75B Ford is increasing its investment in operations every year. In 2011 the cash flow from investing activities was 3.04B in 2011, 14.29B 2012, and in 2013 19.73B. The difference being \$16.69 billion. The Non current Assets in 2011 was \$4.01B, 2012 \$5B, and 2013 5.58B. The difference between the two is \$1.57B. Although it looks like they didn’t do much in Non-current assets in they’re still in the