Sunday, November 10, 2013

Hundreds of students prepare to begin njihovi sveučilišni studij poslovne, it seems a fitting time um a basic overview of some of the most fundamental finance concepts.Im folgenden soll dienen as a simple introduction to finance for those with 非常に前に限られ knowledge or exposure. Please be aware that what proceeds is em grande parte de natureza teórica, and should serve as a basic foundation from which readers can begin their independent research and learning.%^&@#$$$


ก่อนที่จะไปขุดคุ้ยหัวข้อ 'เงินทุนอย่างเคร่งครัด, an introduction to accounting is necessary, as finance and accounting (although distinct fields) are closely and решающей связанные. While accounting je zaskrbljen with recording and reporting the economic condition of various entities, finance is the function that makes use of this information to make a number of decisions, comme la façon de lever des fonds supplémentaires or how to most effectively utilize given resources . Therefore, in at least one sense, finance can be thought of as un concetto di futuro-looking that makes use of past accounting data to make needed decisions.
Fokuset i denne artikkelen will be on the three main financial statements: the Income Statement, Balance Sheet, and Statement of Cash Flows. Minden megállapítás leírása részletesen az alábbiakban.

Money Income Statement

Цель: The Income Statement describes the results of those activities related til utvikling, production, marketing, and selling of a company’s product or service. In simpler terms, it primarily communicates a company’s net income, defined as its revenues (お金や資源の流入) less expenses (お金や資源の流出) for a given period.
Components: While there is more than ერთი გზა მშენებლობა an Income Statement, one common method – known as a multi-step – is shown below. I Seguenti seguenti quattro misure of profitability that are revealed:
毛利润率: This amount is calculated by Вычитая стоимость проданных товаров от доходов. It represents how much money a company retains from la venta de un producto después de pagar por la producción of that product. This money can be used to pay operating expenses.
Darbo užmokestis: This is the income that a firm produces from normális működését,, after such expenses as employee salaries, marketing expenses, and research and development expenses have been accounted for.
Earnings before Income Tax: A company’s earnings before Troškovi poreza na dohodak is one that is closely watched as a reliable indicator of profitability, et valik tehnikat are available to companies to minimize or even avoid taxes Тяхната отчетените приходи е повлиял,.
Utilidad Neta: This is otherwise known as a company’s -bottom line-, tất nhiên có thể xuất hiện as a negative number if expenses exceed revenues.
Significance to investors: Про прибутки та збитки allows investors to predict an organization’s būsimus rezultatus on the basis of past results. It also provides insights into Účinne ako vedenie is controlling expenses, and allows investors to calculate financial ratios that reveal hversu vel fyrirtæki is investing the money under its control.*&^$%#@$$$

Balance Sheet Managing

Tilgangur: The Balance Sheet summarizes what an entity owns and owes, 文のユーザーに純資産の尺度を提供. It is often described as a snapshot of la situation financière d'une entreprise at a particular point in time.
Components: Trīs galvenās kategorijas ar bilanci are assets, liabilities, and shareholder’s equity. A company’s assets alati võrduma tema kohustused and shareholder’s equity, as a company moet betalen voor alles wat het bezit (assets) either by borrowing money (passività) or getting it from shareholders (egenkapital).
Aktivlər: This encompasses any resource of value that лице, което притежава and controls with the expectation that it Buď bude přínosem pro fungování firmy or increase the firm’s value. Assets can be either current (thatthey значення буде використано протягом одного року), or non-current (was bedeutet, dass sie erwartet, dass die Leistungen für einen Zeitraum von mehr als einem Jahr stellen).
Liabilities: Das sind Beträge, die ein Unternehmen verdankt andere. These debts and obligations arise during normaalia liiketoimintaa ja voi olla nykyisen (debts payable within one year) or non-current (debts payable over a period greater than one year).
Vốn chủ sở hữu: This section communicates the valuede los intereses de los accionistas in a company from two main sources: investimentos na empresa and retained earnings that the company accumulates over time в ході його діяльності.
Significance to Investors: Attraverso il bilancio, investors can glean how much cash კომპანიას გააჩნია ხელი, how much money is owed, a jaké jsou její nejcennější. Investors often compare a company’s current 資產負債表 against past balance sheets to determine hur ekonomiska bilden har framskridit, and to identify any troubling trends. Finally,molti investitori si applicano coefficienti  (like leverage and liquidity) to make comparisons between balansene til flere selskaper or to compare them to industry averages.

Statement of Cash Flows

The Cash Flow Statement 非常に単純に現金の流れを概説 into and out of a business over a given period of time. Es ist ein Spiegelbild der Liquidität eines Unternehmens, or its ability to use cash to settle an outstanding liability.

Components Statement of Cash Flows:

Caja de las actividades operativas: This section includes all of the inflows andDetta resultat utflöden av kontanter från företaget är ur varor och tjänster . The starting point of this section is always net income (손익 계산서에서) and adjustments are made to this figure to reflect cash transactions only.
Cash from investing activities: Это обычно включает приобретение and sale of long-term assets such as property, plant, and equipment, yanı sıra, başka bir tek şirket yatırım.
Di cassa da attività di finanziamento: Transactions that generate new funds from investors, banks, and shareholders, or return funds to these parties are captured here.
Significance to Investors: El Estado de Flujos de Efectivo permite a los inversores para evaluar cómo una empresa es viable en el corto plazo, and provides an assessment of its ability to pay its bills. Les investisseurs peuvent placer un accent particulier on determining whether a company is pagbuo ng inflows cash mula sa regular na operasyon (зависит от финансовой и инвестиционной деятельности). It is possible for a business to be profitable butdi non avere flussi di cassa negativi, and the Cash Flow Statement would reveal why such a circumstance exists.$#@%^$$$
The above financial statements are made available для громадськості через річні звіти, 10-Ks, and 10-Qs. The annual report is 公開企業は、その株主に提供する義務を負っていること出版物は、業務上の情報が含まれている, financial condition, and management. Typically, годишни извештаи содржат порака за акционерите, information on the company’s operations, demonstrações financeiras, an auditor’s report, and what is known as Management’s Discussion and Analysis (MD&A). The MD&A is egy része nem auditált éves jelentés (meaning that it is not reviewed by izvan stranke na isti način na koji su financijski izvještaji) are that provides an overview of the претходната година операции and financial performance, and outlines future goals and directions. 10-Kは、米国必要なレポートです。 Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)som kan sees på som en mer formell og detaljert presentasjon av selskapets resultater, containing fewer images and comments from management. Il 10-Q è simile al 10-K, ma è depositata trimestrale anziché annualmente.*&^%&#$$$


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