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Rate of Change Аnalyses Тeiсher Company presents the following condcnsed comparative income statements for 2020, 2019, and 2018:

Chapter 5, Problem 14E, Rate of Change nalyses eiher Company presents the following condcnsed comparative income statements

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Next Level Prepare rate of change analyses for Teicher for 2019 and 2020 living year to year growth rates. What favorable or unfavorable trends do your analyses reveal about Teicher Company’s financial performance?

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Prepare a rate of change analyses for Company T for the year 2019 and 2010 using year to year growth rates and analyses the financial performance of the company.

Explanation

Horizontal analysis of financial statements: In horizontal analysis of financial statement, the amount of each item of the current period’s financial statement is compared with the previous period’s financial statement. The amount of each item increased or decreased in the current financial statement, and its respective percentage can be computed by taking the previous period statement as the base. This analysis is also known as trend analysis. The horizontal analysis percentage is calculated by using the given formula:

Horizontal analysis percentage}=Current yearPrevious yearBase year ×100

Prepare a comparative income statement for Company T

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