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  • Materiality 2012 Case Study

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    Materiality 2012 PwC 5% materiality level used for this year’s financial statement reflected from the strong position of the company during 2010. However, due to the increased risk of Chesapeake Energy financial statement, materiality for the 2012 financial statement audit should be set at 2% of earnings before income tax. This preliminary 2% is in result of recent findings that Chesapeake Energy operations, integrity, and financial position has changed since last years audit. The deterioration

  • Structurally Balanced Budget

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    state and local governments (Lee, 2010). The focus of this type of budget in on the objects of expenditures allowed for each department, and it lists goods and services to be purchased (Lee, 2010). The line items correspond to the accounts in the accounting system and make it easy for budget overseers to compare budget amounts with actual expenditures (Lee, 2010). The advantages of this approach are that it enhances organizational control and allows the accumulation of expenditure data at each functional

  • Case Study: Goodwill For Impairment

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    Jeffery thinks these costs do not matter from an accounting point of view, however, that is false. It is very important to recognize these costs, otherwise, CLAUDIA Inc’s asset would be underestimated. Expenses that either increase the productivity of the equipment or increase the economic life of the equipment

  • Factors Affecting Working Capital

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    INTROUCTION Working capital is a financial metric which represents operating liquidity available to a business, organization or other entity, including governmental entity. Along with fixed assets such as plant and equipment, working capital is considered a part of operating capital. Gross working capital equals to current assets. Working capital is calculated as current assets minus current liabilities. If current assets are less than current liabilities, an entity has a working capital deficiency

  • Financial Performance Ratio Analysis

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    Performance Measurement Tools Ratio Analysis Liquidity Ratio According to Gitman and Zutter (2012) Liquidity ratio is the ability to satisfy its short-term obligations as they come due. Also, liquidity refers to the solvency of the firm’s overall financial position—the ease with which it can pay its bills. There are two ways in measuring the liquidity. The current ratio and the quick (acid – test) ratio. Current Ratio measures the liquidity of current assets over its current liabilities. Also

  • Conclusion On Asset Management

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    ABSTRACT The topic of the report “Asset Management” was assigned as a part of term project for the course Performance Management by Dr. Beliz Ozhoron. I would like to thank her for giving me the opportunity to research and present This report will cover Asset Management. It will begin with the introduction and literature of asset management and then followed by some case studies which will be describing the importance of asset management. Finally Conclusion will finalize the report on Asset Management

  • Case Study: Jazeera Airways As Parent Company

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    commercial passenger services under a license from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation. The financial statement of Jazeera Group has been prepared according to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) that issued by the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) and Interpretations issued by the International Financial Reporting Interpretations Committee (IFRIC). 2. Operating Revenue refers to the incomes that derived from everyday operations. As

  • Anthony's Orchard Case Analysis

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    Section 1: Financial Analysis The financial statement of a business is important as it portraits the company's overall situation. The financial position of any business is important as information can be derived from these statements the information required to understand the position of the business, brand or company. When the situation arises to consider the financial position of a company; financial statements would be required to be analyzed in various detailed reports. In the case of Anthony’s

  • Main Objectives Of Budgeting

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    The main objective of any professional run organisation is to be successful and healthy. Being successful and healthy is strictly linked to making a profit, adding value to the asset and reinvesting to grow in the future. Therefore, an important management role is to achieve this objective by using a range of financial planning tools. Within these tools, the budgeting process is definitely the most effective and represents the crucial stage of the financial performance cycle. As stated by Professor

  • Working Capital Management Case Study

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    capital or short-term capital, Deloof (2003). When a business entity takes the decisions regarding its current assets and current liabilities it can be termed as working capital management. The management of working capital can be defined as an accounting approach that emphasize on maintaining proper levels of both current assets and current liabilities. Working capital management provides enough cash to meet the short-term obligations of a firm, Raheman and Nasr