# Colleen Fernandez, president of Rhino Enterprises, applied for a \$175,000 loan from First Federal Bank. The bank requested financial statements from Rhino Enterprises as a basis for granting the loan. Colleen has told her accountant to provide the bank with a balance sheet. Colleen has decided to omit the other financial statements because there was a net loss during the past year. In groups of three or four, discuss the following questions:1. Is Colleen behaving in a professional manner by omitting some of the financial statements?2. a. What types of information about their businesses would owners be willing to provide bankers? What types of information would owners not be willing to provide?b. What types of information about a business would bankers want before extending a loan?c. What common interests are shared by bankers and business owners?

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Colleen Fernandez, president of Rhino Enterprises, applied for a \$175,000 loan from First Federal Bank. The bank requested financial statements from Rhino Enterprises as a basis for granting the loan. Colleen has told her accountant to provide the bank with a balance sheet. Colleen has decided to omit the other financial statements because there was a net loss during the past year. In groups of three or four, discuss the following questions:
1. Is Colleen behaving in a professional manner by omitting some of the financial statements?
2. a. What types of information about their businesses would owners be willing to provide bankers? What types of information would owners not be willing to provide?
b. What types of information about a business would bankers want before extending a loan?
c. What common interests are shared by bankers and business owners?

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Accounting Equation:

Accounting equation refers total assets equal to total liabilities and total stock holder’s equity that is, increase in assets result to decrease in assets or corresponding increase in liabilities or stock holder’s equity to match the same. The relationship can be understood by the following formula:

Step 2
1. No, C is not carrying on a professional manner, by omitting portion of the financial statement. It is professional miscond...

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