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Using Accounting Information - Larry M. Walther

Year 2009



Part 1. Financial Reporting and Concepts1. Special Reporting Situations1.1. Corrections of Errors1.2. Discontinued Operations1.3. Extraordinary Items1.4. Changes in Accounting Methods1.5. Other Comprehensive Income1.6. Recap1.7. Ebit and Ebitda1.8. Return on Assets2. Earnings per Share, Price Earnings Ratios, Book Value per Share, and Dividend Rates2.1. Basic EPS2.2. Diluted EPS2.3. Subdividing APS Amounts2.4. Price Earnings Ratio2.5. Book Value per Share2.6. Calculating Book Value per Share2.7. Dividend Rates and Payout Ratios2.8. Return on Equity3. Objectives of Financial Reporting3.1. Objectives4. Qualitative Characteristics of Accounting4.1. Understandability4.2. Threshold Issues4.3. Other Concepts5. The Development of GAAP5.1. The Audit Function5.2. The Development of GAAP5.3. The 1929 Stock Crash and Great Depression5.4. The Securities and Exchange Commission5.5. The FASB and its Predecessors5.6. A More Recent Crisis of Reporting Confidence5.7. Sarbanes-Oxley6. Key Assumptions6.1. Entity Assumption6.2. Going-Concern Assumption6.3. Periodicity Assumption6.4. Monetary Unit Assumption6.5. Stable Currency Assumption6.6. What do you Think?7. Global Accounting Issues7.1. Issues in International Trade7.2. Global Subsidiaries7.3. Global Trading TransactionsPart 2. Financial Analysis and the Statement of Cash Flows8. Financial Statement Analysis8.1. Comprehensive Illustration8.2. Balance Sheet8.3. Income Statement8.4. Statement of Retained Earnings8.5. Ratios for Emerson Corporation as of December 31, 20x58.6. Trend Analysis9. Cash Flows and the Cash Flow Statement9.1. The Statement of Cash Flows9.2. Cash and Cash Equivalents10. Operating, Investing, and Financing Activities10.1. Investing Activities10.2. Financing Activities11. Noncash Investing and Financing Activities12. Direct Approach to the Statement of Cash Flows12.1. Methods to Prepare a Statement of Cash Flows12.2. Operating Activities12.3. Investing Activities12.4. Financing Activities12.5. Cash Flow Recap12.6. Noncash Investing/Financing Activities12.7. Reconciliation of Income to Operating Cash Flows13. Indirect Approach to Presenting Operating Activities14. Using a Worksheet to Prepare a Statement of Cash Flow
 
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