The disclosure shows the loss contingency and states the estimate of loss. Before the company issues the financial statement and after the enterprise’s financial statement is done, the company can impair an asset or incur the liability. Disclosure of loss contingencies helps the company to keep its financial statements not being misleading. When the disclosure is necessary, the company must report the loss contingency in financial statements with a given estimate of the mount of loss. Reference Financial Accounting Standards Board (2010).Statement of Financial Accounting Standards No.
Historically, December sales represented only 3% of yearly sales, but this year they mushroomed to over 25% of yearly sales. CCL would like to defer the profit on what they consider to be "excess" sales generated as the result of the looming price increase. CCL believes that 2001 sales will be lower because of the bottlers' overstocking to beat the January price increase. Management of CCL is convinced that bottlers are overstocking due to the frank and open discussions that they have had with the bottlers. If deferring this revenue will not be acceptable to the company's auditors, management would prefer to treat these "excess" sales as consignment sales, with the recognition of revenue taking place in 2001 or when the bottler eventually sells this product.
The company’s proforma statements did not take into account any external factors such as a retail recession taking place. The amount of money invested in inventory is almost double what was forecasted for the nine-month period. Profit margin was only 10%, which was much lower than the forecasted 15-30%. By October of 1995 it should have been obvious to SureCut Shears that sales were not keeping up with what was forecasted causing inventory to build up. Conclusion: If Fischer wants to be able to repay his loan he needs to be more accurate
That time, the company lost revenue around $2,144,000 per year. In December 2009, the company began to charge fee after sales, 1.5% of sale price and no higher than $5. After 3 months, the company could recover from loss and get the profit. Although eBay’s new CEO encourages entrepreneurship, we suggest eBay continue joint venture instead of acquisition in Taiwan because of two reasons. First, the e-commerce market in Taiwan is mature with many competitors.
PPG anticipated its full-year share repurchases to be at the high end of what they had originally projected. They also reported earnings per share from continuing operations to be $1.52, which included previously announced charges from restricting and nonrecurring costs. (About PPG, 2013) The health of the economy is critical for the company because its products are not primary products; so during a recession, people will choose to purchase items of more importance than maintenance products. This explains the big decline in revenues for 2012; this equates to a 14% drop compared to the previous year. Also, it can be seen the earnings per share were down by 12% and the return on average capital was down by 10%.
Although at the first they they gave up the company's operating philosophy in exchange for a part interests, in the end Google opt out of the Chinese market. 4. Why was Google subjected to so much more scrutiny than their competitors were in this case? Should they embrace this higher standard, or find a way to separate themselves from it? Because Google want to enter the Chinese market and make more profitable for the company.
This shows us that discounting the machine will not bring positive cash flows to the buying company. This GRAPH shows us that even though they would’ve met their 5 years maximum plan this opportunity of an investment would not be good because the values we get from the Buyers DCF is less than the current cost of the investment. I would have to decline this bid. Year | Number of Plates | Old Price Per Plate | New Price Per Plate | Buyer Cash Flow | Buyer DCF | Seller Cash Flow | Seller DCF | 1 | 225 | 5.00 | $2.00 | ($5,325) | ($5,325) | $2,335 | $2,335 | 2 | 225 | 5.15 | $2.06 | $695 | $695 | $329 | $329 | 3 | 225 | 5.30 | $2.12 | $716 | $716 | $342 | $342 | 4 | 225 | 5.46 | $2.19 | $738 | $738 | $357 | $357 | 5 | 225 | 5.63 | $2.25 | $760 | $760 | $371 | $371 | Year | Number of Plates | Old Price Per Plate | New Price Per Plate | Buyer Cash Flow | Buyer DCF | Seller Cash Flow | Seller DCF | | | | Totals | $584 | $584 | $3,734 | $3,734 | Client-Specific Parameters | | | | | | | Salvage Value (new machine) | $3,000 | | Salvage value of a new
negative 2500 $.The company needs to raise about 40,000 $ as the ending cash balance for the month of July is negative 40,000 $. The Company can get a short term loan for 40,000 $ which can be repaid in October. 2. Even though the Company started with a Capital of 250,000 $ it still ends up with a zero bank balance. This is because the increase in the collections of Accounts Receivable from customers is not sufficient to recover the total disbursements (variable production cost and the fixed cost).
What additional alternative audit procedures do you believe the Hanauer auditors should have applied to those accounts that the client did not want confirmed? 4. Define a material audit scope limitation in general terms. Do you agree with the SEC that Hanauer’s management imposed a material scope limitation on its annual audits? 5.
1.What is the impact of the December 1993 shipments of conventional lenses to Bausch and Lomb 1993 financial statements? Is the impact significant? The impact was:- i)Increased revenue by $22M ii)Reduced inventory by 1.8 million pair. Based on the COGS of 45%, this could mean a reduction in inventory of close to $10M. iii)There is very little increase in SG&A as not much was spend in terms of sales effort.