Executive Summary Ashley Gould, Sabrina Mcmiller, Rick Lopez, Letitia Miller ACC/280 September 13, 2011 Aaron Mitchell Executive Summary Introduction An executive summary is based upon organization of information provided from data gained in a company. PepsiCo is the company chosen to summarize. The data gathered is from the most recent annual reports found within the 2011 year. This data was broken down into 14 different parts where we identified much of the most important information gathered in different sheets used in the accounting departments. The basis from our information comes from the balance sheet, income statement sheet, and the cash flow statement sheet.
Comcast Corporation, Fiscal Year 2011 Kenya Newton Professor Kentaya Beeler 12/2/2012 The Comcast Corporation’s annual report holds a wealth of information not only about the company finances but company history and current assets. The report opens with the company’s name and logo, state of incorporation, address of principal executive offices, and the I.R.S. Employer identification number. The opening or introduction page also includes the most up to date stock information including the title of each class; which has the stock types (Common, Special Common, or Exchangeable subordinated debentures), and the values and dates due. The name of each exchange that the stock has been registered (NASDAQ Global Select Market or
Financial Statements ACC/290 For a successful business and effective performance of the company is necessary to know basic assumptions of the analysis of financial statements. Financial statements is the understanding that the analysis should be subjected to observation, testing, evaluation and formulation of a diagnosis process that took place in company and that as such, are summarized and embodied in the financial report. Financial analysis is exhaustive research quantification, description and evaluating the financial status and performance of business operations. Companies are required to at the end of each financial year, after all business changes its accounting records locked, in order to determine the exact and final state which has the purpose of compiling the financial statements. This report contains information on the financial position, performance and any changes affecting the financial position of
Use the “Business Plan Financials Guide” (see: Course Required Files in Week 1) to support your development of the Marketing Budget. 6. Complete the Marketing Budget worksheet for your company. o Hints: The goal of the marketing budget is to help you determine how much it will cost you to reach your market and achieve your sales goals. Hints: When filling out the “Marketing Budget” worksheet in the Excel spreadsheet: o Begin in the current year and complete a marketing budget for the first year of your business.
FINA 3310 | Project | Dr. Alexandra K. Theodossiou | | Yixin Zhang | 4/4/2012 | 1st Assignment Report Summary In the value line report of the ZALE CORP, an informative abstract about the company was given in one paragraph. It tells the exact year the company was founded and talked about the bankruptcy and reconstruction that the company has been through. Below this abstract, capital structure are listed so that we know the amount of total debt, long-term debt, as well as common stock. Followed by the capital structure, current assets and current liabilities are given from the year 2009 to 2011 with annual rates of change for the past 10years. We can see a negative book value during that period.
2 established by the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB), 1 requires management of a public company and the company’s independent auditor to issue two new reports at the end of every fiscal year. These reports must be included in the company’s annual report filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). • Management must report annually on the effectiveness of the company’s internal control over financial reporting. • In conjunction with the audit of the company’s financial statements, the company’s independent auditor must issue a report on internal control over financial reporting, which includes both an opinion on management’s assessment and an opinion on the effectiveness of the company’s internal control over financial reporting. (Deloitte, 2004) The governance issues will require CareNetWest to rethink its organizational structure.
Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act directs the SEC to adopt rules requiring annual reports of companies with publicly traded securities, other than registered investment companies, to disclose management’s assessment of the effectiveness of the company’s ICFR and an auditor’s independent attestation to the effectiveness of those internal controls. These rules were adopted by the Commission on May 27, 2003. The act gave large filers that are traded publicly till the end of the fiscal year in 2004 to become compliant. Internal controls are in place to require reporting of financial reports to be analyzed and audited. Companies are also hiring internal personnel to ensure accuracy and high ethical standards are being followed.
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ASX Release For Release: 8 February 2013 ANZ pro forma cash profit excel template ANZ advised at the time of its Full Year Result in October 2012 that the Group would be adopting Cash Profit reporting in Financial Year 2013. To assist analysts and investors, ANZ has today released a pro forma FY12 Cash Profit template. As usual a set of key table templates containing prior period numbers will be provided ahead of the 2013 Half Year result. A short teleconference hosted by the Chief Financial Officer Shayne Elliott and Deputy Chief Financial Officer Shane Buggle will be held at 12.45pm to discuss the template released today. A replay will be available on the ANZ website later this afternoon.
Virtual Analysis Memo Lizbeth Galvan, Emilie MaeR.Jimenez, Laura Abadia-Barazza, Michael Collins ACC/291 April 27, 2013 Mihcael Barsch Abstract The following virtual analysis will show some financial information on the following company, Berrys Bugs Blasters that my team and I have examined. This shows the results after reviewing the organizations balance sheet and income statement. Liquidity ratios, Profitability ratios, and Solvency ratios have been computed to determine the analysis. Also once the analysis was configured the team has wrote a memo showing the horizontal and vertical analysis, as well as some information on what the previous ratios reveal about the company’s financial position. It will also explain why users may be interested in each type of ratio.