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Vertical analysis of income statement The following comparative income statement (in thousands of dollars) for two recent fiscal years was adapted from the annual report of Speedway Motorsports, Inc. , owner and operator of several major motor speedways, such as the Atlanta, Texas, and Las Vegas Motor Speedways. Current Year Previous Year Revenues: Admissions $100,694 $100,798 Event-related revenue 146,980 146,849 NASCAR broadcasting revenue 217,469 207,369 Other operating revenue 31,320 29,293 Total revenues $496,463 $484,309 Expenses and other: Direct expense of events $104,303 $102,196 NASCAR event management fees 133,682 128,254 Other direct operating expenses 19,541 18,513 General and administrative 177,926 194,120 Total expenses and other $435,452 $443,083 Income from continuing operations $ 61,011 $ 41,226 a. Prepare a comparative income statement for these two years in vertical form, stating each item as a percent of revenues. Round percentages to one decimal place. b. Comment on the significant changes.

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Chapter 17, Problem 17.2EX
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Vertical analysis of income statement

The following comparative income statement (in thousands of dollars) for two recent fiscal years was adapted from the annual report of Speedway Motorsports, Inc., owner and operator of several major motor speedways, such as the Atlanta, Texas, and Las Vegas Motor Speedways.

  Current Year  Previous Year
Revenues:    
Admissions $100,694 $100,798
Event-related revenue 146,980 146,849
NASCAR broadcasting revenue 217,469 207,369
Other operating revenue 31,320 29,293
Total revenues $496,463 $484,309
Expenses and other:    
Direct expense of events $104,303 $102,196
NASCAR event management fees 133,682 128,254
Other direct operating expenses 19,541 18,513
General and administrative 177,926 194,120
Total expenses and other $435,452 $443,083
Income from continuing operations $ 61,011 $ 41,226

a. Prepare a comparative income statement for these two years in vertical form, stating each item as a percent of revenues. Round percentages to one decimal place.

b. Comment on the significant changes.

Expert Solution

1.

To determine

Vertical Analysis

Vertical analysis is prepared to analyze the relationship among various financial statements with a particular base amount.

Formula:

Vertical analysis percentage =(Specific itemBaseamount)×100

This analysis is otherwise called as common-size statement.

To prepare: Comparative income statement for the two-year period.

Given info: Income statement for the two year period.

Explanation of Solution

Vertical analysis for income statement is performed by setting the net sales as 1...

Expert Solution

2.

To determine

To comment: Significant relationships revealed by the vertical analysis.

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