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Which of the following is not a current asset?
Current asset MINUS current liabilities is the
Current assets DIVIDED BY current liabilities is the
The quick ratio EXCLUDES which of the following?
Use the following information to answer items 5 - 7:
At December 31 a company's records show the following information:
The company's working capital is
The company's current ratio is
The company's quick ratio is
Use the following information to answer items 8 - 11:
For its most recent year a company had Sales (all on credit) of $830,000 and Cost of Goods Sold of $525,000. At the beginning of the year its Accounts Receivable were $80,000 and its Inventory was $100,000. At the end of the year its Accounts Receivable were $86,000 and its Inventory was $110,000.
The inventory turnover ratio for the year was
The accounts receivable turnover ratio for the year was
On average how many days of sales were in Accounts Receivable during the year?
On average how many days of sales were in Inventory during the year?
Use the following information for items 12 and 13:
A company's net income after tax was $400,000 for its most recent year. The company's income statement included Income Tax Expense of $140,000 and Interest Expense of $60,000. At the beginning of the year the company's stockholders' equity was $1,900,000 and at the end of the year it was $2,100,000.
What is the times interest earned for the company?
What is the after-tax return on stockholder's equity for the year?
Which of the following are likely to have the reported amounts on the balance sheet being close to their current value?
A corporation's excellent reputation will be listed among the corporation's assets on its balance sheet.
The current market value of a corporation is approximately the amount reported on the balance sheet as stockholders' equity.
Free cash flow is the cash provided by operating activities minus the cash used by financing activities.
The quality of a company's earnings are suspect when the company's net income is more than the cash flow from which activities?
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