Using the same business you started in the first assignment, Your Business Venture, you will continue to build a financial plan for the business. Instructions Write a 4–5 page paper in which you: Prepare a pro forma balance sheet for the first 12 months of your business. Include the assumptions on which it is based.… Continue reading Provide a rationale with your response.
TARGET IS THE PUBLICLY TRADED COMPANY • C-1: Explain and illustrate a review of financial statements and their components. • C-2: Assess company profitability and creditworthiness. There is no need to illustrate anything… I’ve already made a PowerPoint for the illustration of each point. I just need talking points to explain each slide.. are they… Continue reading Why did things change/ not change etc?
Audit Observations: a. Using the template under “02. Fieldwork”, “02.02. Audit Observations_Fact Finding Forms,” complete a workpaper for each audit observation. Your audit observations are based on the testing you completed in #2 above. b. Make sure you follow and use proper working paper documentation techniques such as cross-referencing and proper file names. c. Also,… Continue reading Finding forms,” complete a workpaper for each audit observation.
Fellow the instraction from the word and solve the questions. use the website: http://www.sec.gov/edgar/searchedgar/companysearch.html 2 part PART A (SEC Filing) The following questions require you to find information contained in META PLATFORMS, Inc.’s (previously known as Facebook Inc.) 10-K filings filed with the SEC. You can find the 10-Ks on the SEC Edgar website: http://www.sec.gov/edgar/searchedgar/companysearch.html… Continue reading Part b (press release & conference call): this part requires you to read a press release announcing meta’s 2022 q3 earnings results and listen to a conference call via an archived webcast.
For this assignment, visit the website below and experiment with different home values, down payments, mortgage types, and interest rates. Also, explore the full payment schedule on the website and review the interest, principle, and balance changes for different mortgage options. Mortgage Calculator: https://www.daveramsey.com/mortgage-calculatorLinks to an external site. Links to an external site.In a one-… Continue reading Explain if any of these factors surprise you and the reasons why.
The objective of this project is to develop a Business Plan for a new business proposal. You have an idea for a food related business to be opened in Halifax. This could be a food truck, a small restaurant, a cup cake retailer, etc. The specific type of business is up to your group to… Continue reading Why would an investor want to invest in you, rather than any other opportunity?
Assignment – Litigation, Censures, and Fines Overview You are the accountant for ACC KarParts, a thriving company that makes auto parts. You oversee all accounting functions within the company. Quinn, your supervisor, has informed you that if the company’s profits grow by 30% this year, you will receive a $30,000 bonus, and she will receive… Continue reading Assignment – litigation, censures, and fines
I need the piece that was written to be revamped. It wasn’t place in the correct order. I will update the information and send it as a photo
My biggest accomplishment in the past three years has to be my internship at an accounting and investment firm. I started in September of junior year and have been there since. To say I fell in love with business would be an understatement. Through my internship, I have learned much about accounting and the administrative… Continue reading Gaining real-world experience has provided me with great insight and helped me make the firm decision of wanting to be a cpa.
Download Pfizer’s 2015 annual report (search for Pfizer Investor Relations). Locate the firm’s consolidated statement of cash flows and answer the following items: Does the firm employ the direct or indirect method of accounting for operating cash flows? Why does the firm account for the changes in balances in operating accounts (e.g., accounts receivable, inventory,… Continue reading Describe the accounting for any non-controlling subsidiary interest and any other business combination–related items in the consolidated statement of cash flows.