Financial statement analysis can be referred to as the analysis of financial reports like balance sheet etc. This analysis can be done quarterly or annually as per the business requirement. It helps to assess the past, current & future financial situations of the business.
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Cash flow and revenue are very necessary for a small business as it shows the health status. Cash flow & revenue both are different so never take both of this as equal. Revenue shows how the business performs and sales
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An investment center is responsible for the growth in revenue of a business or entity through various investments in capital assets. Continue reading “What is Investment Center?”
Ending inventory estimation is a difficult task to carry out. Ending inventory is the amount of ending units of inventory at the end of a month or fiscal year.
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We all know that an invoice is raised for the product or service rendered by a business. But do you know a simple invoice can help you to generate more sales for your business?
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Income tax form 16 is issued by an employer to its employee as a proof of the amount deducted as income tax has been deposited. Income tax form issued on annual basis i.e. every year on or before May 31st.
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A pledged asset is can be referred as the loan risk decrease asset. It helps lenders to decrease the debt risk so that he can provide service with minimal risks involved.
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Cash Flow forecast is the process of cash income & expense projection. A business must project cash income & expense for smooth business functioning and to be always ready with cash in hand for any unexpected hurdles.
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Cash flow statement represents a company’s cash handling capacity. This statement shows how a company manages its cash, where its generating revenues to fund operating expenses like salaries, rent expense, asset purchase expense etc.
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Fair market value is the standard or fair market price of a property at the time of selling or auctioning in the open market.
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Static Budget can be defined as the budget which never changes irrespective of the actual result. For example: If the operating expense goes above fixed amount then also this budget will not change.
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Social Security tax is levied on citizens of United States by United States Govt. Under Federal Insurance Contributions Act.
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Memo entry doesn’t have any effect on general ledger, journal or balance sheet as it’s not recorded in these accounts.
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When expenses occurred without any cash flow then those expenses are termed as “Non-Cash Expenses”. For example, asset depreciation;
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Valuation account is a balance sheet which combines with asset & liabilities account to find out the net carrying amount of respective assets and liabilities. Allowance for doubtful accounts, accumulated depreciation etc. termed as a valuation account.
prime costs are directly related to production costs. These costs are consumed during the production process. It includes the labor cost and raw material cost as raw material and labor are the prime inputs in manufacturing a product.
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Spoilage defines leftovers in a manufacturing process. These are also called as product wastes. These can be of two types avoidable and unavoidable.
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The hurdle rate is the minimal amount of rate of return an investor needed from his investment in a project. It also called as “minimum acceptable rate of return” (MAAR).
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Simple linear regression analysis is a statistical method used to find out the relationship between two variables i.e. one independent and one dependent. Regression analysis helps to analyze data and ultimately reach a conclusion,
Inventoriable costs are most associated with retail businesses. These costs are incurred during the process of obtaining a product and up to selling the product including holding cost, inventory transfer cost etc.
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High-low method commonly used to distinguish the variable & fixed price by analyzing some given data. This price or cost can be of a product, product line, geographical sales region, store etc. This method also used to ascertain a budget.
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An adjunct account is a valuation account in which recorded assets termed as bonds payable because its credit amount added to bonds payable account.
Every year many startups have been joining the startup journey but few exist for a longer period. The only way to survive in this competitive world is to have a strong marketing or business growth strategy.
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Variance analysis is simply a method to find out the difference between planned goals and actual or achieved goals. In terms of budgeting, it’s the difference between planned budget and actual budget spent or revenue achieved.
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