Exhibit TN-4 CASH FLOW STATEMENTS (%) 2006 Operations Net Income Add/Minus : Depreciations Accounts Receivables Parts Inventory WIP Inventory FG Inventory Accounts Payable Total Investing Land, Plant and Equipment Other Assets Total Financing Long Term debt Total Change in Cash Profitability: 1,160,845,238 1,160,845,238 479,789,073 ,1594,740,016 1,594,740,016 646,808,200 267,974,210 267,974,210 -70,701,212 802,111,997 802,111,997
For example, if one the following is one company’s cash flow statement: revenue of 4.8 million from current period sales and providing labor, bonus of 0.75 million for employees, purchasing fixed assets in current period for 0.95 million, and payment of 0.18 million for banking interest. As the same, cash inflows and outflows from other operating activities can be allocated into cash flow statement. Therefore, cash flow statement can reveal the reason of cash inflows and outflow, to say in another way, cash comes from where and go to where, which information balance sheet and income statement cannot provide.
1. The first step to evaluating the cash flows is to conduct the depreciation tax flow analysis. Depreciation is not a cash flow, but the depreciation expense lows the taxes payable for the company. As a result, the tax effect of deprecation needs to be calculated as a cash flow. There are two depreciable items on the company's balance sheet the building and the equipment. The equipment is known to have a seven year depreciable life, which will be assumed to be straight line. The building is also assumed to be subject to straight line depreciation, this time of forty years. The tax saving reflects the depreciation expense multiplied by the tax rate, which in this case is assumed to be 28%. The following table illustrates the tax effect in future dollars of the depreciation expense:
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Assignment - AFF2491 Company Reporting Semester 1 2013 This assessment task is designed to test a student’s achievement of objectives 1, 2, 3 and 4 (refer to AFF2491 Unit Guide). It is an individual assessment task. This assignment must be handed in for successful completion of this unit. It will contribute 15% towards the final mark in this unit. The assignment consists of: Part B (7 Marks) Accounting for income tax Part C (8 Marks) Consolidation This assignment is due on Friday 10 May 2013 by 5:00pm (Week 9). Students are required to submit a hard copy in the assignment box located at Level 3, Building H, Caulfield Campus.
To prepare a comprehensive balance sheet and Single-Step Income Statement presented in good form and derived from a list of various accounts. The amounts relative to each account will be given and the student will learn to determine whether an account is a balance sheet account or a
Separately, the balance sheet reports a company’s financial position while the income statement reports a company’s fiscal year profits and losses. The balance sheet measures a company’s financial position by reporting its assets, liabilities, and owner’s (shareholder’s) equity. The income statement measures a company’s financial performance by reporting its revenues, expenses, and net income/loss. When combined, they serve two vital purposes: (1) expand the accounting equation and (2) enable analysis using ratios to determine industry position or potential material misstatements. The increase or decrease in owner’s (shareholder’s) equity on the balance sheet is a direct result of the net
The assumptions formed in preparation for executing the pro forma balance sheets and income statements are important because they are being used to determine whether or not your endeavors are worthwhile. Identifying important trends within the assumptions will help to give you a better idea of the market value of your
On January 4, 2010, Harley, Inc. acquired 40% of the outstanding common stock of Bike Co. for $2,400,000. This investment gave Harley the ability to exercise significant influence over Bike. Bike's assets on that date were recorded at $10,500,000 with liabilities of $4,500,000. There were no other differences between book and fair values. During 2010, Bike reported net income of $500,000. For 2011, Bike reported net income of $800,000. Dividends of $300,000 were paid in each of these two years.
The cash flow statement consists of three parts: cash flows provided by operating activities of $13,831, cash flows provided by investing activities, and cash flows provided by financing activities effect of exchange rate changes on cash and cash equivalents of ($204)
Cash flow statements tax calculations and balance sheet for the 3 financial years ending 30 June 2015 - 2017
The balance sheet and Income statement are the most important financial statements of the company that help conduct current analysis of company and evaluate its trends overtime. The balance sheet represents the company snapshots of its financial position on the last days of accounting period. Apple balance sheets, which represent a snapshot of its ending balances in asset, liability and equity account as of the date stated on the report, are changes each year from 2003 to 2014. On the other hand, the income statement shows its financial performance over 2003 to 2014. Apple basically ends its accounting period in September. Most of the long-term debts are in the form of the bonds. According to appleinsider.com, Apple recently issues a new euro bond worth about $2.26 billion with a maturity date on January 17, 2024 and coupon rate of 1.375% payable annually. The first payment will occur on January 17, 2016. Moody’s recently assigned a rating of Aa to Apple Inc. 's senior unsecured note issuance. Thus, Apple recent capital expenditure amount to 11,488 million according to morningstar.com. The analysis of financial statements is conduct to compare Apple with one of its closest rival Hewlett-Packard and twelve ratio were calculated. From table1 and chart1, the current ratio that determine the company ability to meet its short term obligation shows Apple’s current ratio is higher than that of Hewlett-Package from 2003 to 2014. That is, Apple is solvent than Hewlett Packard. Table
Balance sheets and income statements are a snapshot of a company’s stability and financial situation. Combined the statements show the income, expenses, and stockholder’s equity in the company. These statements are often analyzed by financial institutions when a company comes to them needing a loan. Stockholders and other investors also look at these statements to make sure their investment will return a profit for them. This paper will look at four different companies and their balance sheets and income statements. The companies are Eastman Chemical Company, Covenant Transportation
2. At the end of its first year of operations, Matlocke Company has total assets of $2,000,000 and total liabilities of $1,200,000. The owner originally invested $200,000 in the business, but has not made any further investments or taken any withdrawals. What is the first year 's net income for Matlocke Company?
class he had missed had been devoted to a lecture and discussion of the statement of cash flows, and