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By Anup Singhania - CPA | CFA L2 | 5K+ students | A++
Accounting analysis of Bear Stearns & Co image

Bear Stearns & Co Answer the following 10 questions, using the financial statement data from Blockbuster Entertainment Corporation. Anup please answer questions and show work on excel (note what numbers you're...

By Anup Singhania - CPA | CFA L2 | 5K+ students | A++
Financial analysis of Charter Company image

The Charter Company Overview The Charter Company was organized in 1959 as a consolidation of several existing corporations. The company’s primary line of business was petroleum production and marketing, although it also...

By Anup Singhania - CPA | CFA L2 | 5K+ students | A++
Financial analysis on Home Depot Inc image

Introduction: For this task, you will analyze the annual report, the 10-K, other company SEC filings, and industry data for a selected publicly-held company. You will prepare a broad audit plan for one of the following...

By Anup Singhania - CPA | CFA L2 | 5K+ students | A++
Case study on Plyler Plastics Company image

Plyler Plastics Company produces a variety of custom plastics products for a worldwide clientele. The company's cost accounting manager, Martha Johns.....

By Anup Singhania - CPA | CFA L2 | 5K+ students | A++
Case study on Managerial Accounting image

Overview: “I'll never understand this accounting stuff,” Blake Dunn yelled, waving the income statement he had just received from his accountant in the morning mail. “Last month, we sold 1,000 stuffed State University...

By Anup Singhania - CPA | CFA L2 | 5K+ students | A++
Questions and Answers relating to Managerial Accounting image

QUESTION 1 The standard amount of materials required to make one unit of Product Q is 4 pounds. Suarez’s static budget showed a planned production of 4,000 units. During the period the company actually produced 4,100...

By Anup Singhania - CPA | CFA L2 | 5K+ students | A++
Finance image

Use the attached "Yellow Leaf Scenario" and "Yellow" leaf Workbook" to complete this task for 2014 data in accordance with GAAP. Please note Refer Question attachment named "Task 1 Yellow Leaf Instructions". The answers...

By Anup Singhania - CPA | CFA L2 | 5K+ students | A++
Questions and Answers relating to Finance image

A project has an initial cash outflow of $39,800 and produces cash inflows of $18,304, $19,516, and $14,280 for years 1 through 3, respectively. What is the NPV at a discount rate of 11 percent? 2. You are considering...

By Anup Singhania - CPA | CFA L2 | 5K+ students | A++
Questions and answers relating to Cost / Managerial Accounting image

Question 1 The sole product of Mav corp is priced at $200 per unit. Variable costs are $60 per unit. Fixed expenses are $105,000 per month. The company is currently selling 1,000 units per month. Management is...

By Anup Singhania - CPA | CFA L2 | 5K+ students | A++
Questions and answers on Managerial / Cost Accounting and Financial Accounting image

Which statement is true? is designed to meet the needs of internal decision makers. Which of the following employees is most likely to only use financial accounting information.

By Anup Singhania - CPA | CFA L2 | 5K+ students | A++
Questions and Answers relating to Cost Accounting image

Calculate the costs per equivalent unit of production for the following department. Using the weighted average method, assign costs to the forming...

By Anup Singhania - CPA | CFA L2 | 5K+ students | A++
Questions and Answers on Finance image

Fiber Technology Inc, manufactures glass fibres used in the communications industry. The company's materials and parts manager is currently..

By Anup Singhania - CPA | CFA L2 | 5K+ students | A++
Financial Analysis of Target Inc - 2016-2017 image

FINA 408 Individual Project SAMPLE Outline Introduction Governance and Communication Analysis Analyst Call Listen to a recording of an analyst call (AKA earnings call or quarterly conference...

By Anup Singhania - CPA | CFA L2 | 5K+ students | A++
Financial Analysis of Netflix Inc - 2016-2017 image

FINA 408 Individual Project SAMPLE Outline Introduction Governance and Communication Analysis Analyst Call Listen to a recording of an analyst call (AKA earnings call or quarterly conference...

By Anup Singhania - CPA | CFA L2 | 5K+ students | A++
Questions and Answers on Managerial Accounting image

Business Description You will assume the role of an entrepreneur to start a small company. Your company will produce and sell gourmet cupcakes through a storefront in a location of your choice. Your business is...

By Anup Singhania - CPA | CFA L2 | 5K+ students | A++
Financial Analysis on Stryker Corporation image

This assignment refers to data in the Excel files: ‘stryker.xlsx’. The data and assignment questions are based on the Stryker Corporation we discussed in class, so it should look familiar. Here are some assumptions you...

By Anup Singhania - CPA | CFA L2 | 5K+ students | A++
Questions and Answers on Managerial Accounting image

Compute your DM variances given the following information: Big Bend Co fixed budget for the year is shown below:

By Anup Singhania - CPA | CFA L2 | 5K+ students | A++
ACCOUNTING 2302 Spring 2017, CPA BUDGET PROJECT image

ACCOUNTING 2302 Spring 2017 – Kristy McDermott, CPA BUDGET PROJECT Objective: To understand and apply the basic concepts of profit planning. Due date: Monday April 17th, 11:59 pm. (Submit the assignment in...

By Anup Singhania - CPA | CFA L2 | 5K+ students | A++
Questions and Answers relating to Finance image

Elmwood Inc, currently sells 12,000 units of its product per year for $100 each. Variable costs total $75 per unit, Elmwood's manager believes that if a new machine..

By Anup Singhania - CPA | CFA L2 | 5K+ students | A++
Questions and Answers relating to Finance image

3. HydroTech Corp stock was $40 per share a year ago when it was purchased. Since then, it paid a $5 per share dividend. The stock price is currently $36. If you owned 1,000 shares of HydroTech, what was your percent...