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Study Guide for Exam 1 FIN 305

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Study Guide for Exam 1 FIN 305 FIN 305

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Exam covers Chapter 4, 5, and 1 Chapter 1 is not covered in the study guide so please take the time to study it.
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Date Created: 09/13/16
Study Guide for Exam 1 FIN 305 Chapter 4 1. What do annual reports include? 2. How do you get Net Income? 3. How do you get Cost of Goods Sold? 4. What is the difference between EBIT and EBT? 5. What is the balance sheet equation? 6. List the current assets you should know for the exam. 7. List the current liabilities you should know for the exam. 8. What is an accrued expense? 9. How do you find common stock? 10. What is the Initial Public Offering equation? 11. When is income recorded? 12. List 2 examples of non­cash deductions: 13. A decrease in a current asset                           cash. 14. An increase in a current liability                       cash. 15. Explain the Half­Life concept: 16. What are the 2 types of depreciation? Explain them: 17. Marginal tax rate is a tax rate on the                dollar of income. 18. The average tax rate                   with the level of income. 19. What kind of income do corporations want? 20. How do you find Book Value? 21. What is the most important determining factor between market value and book value? Chapter 5 1. List the basic financial ratios: 2. What does a profitability ratio measure? 3. This measures how much profit out of each sales dollar is left after all expenses are subtracted: 4. How is Return on Assets and Return on Equity related? 5. What do liquidity ratios do? 6. What current asset is left out of the Quick Ratio? Why is it left out? 7. Total Asset Turnover measures…… 8. What is the difference between the Du Pont Equation and the Modified Du Pont Equation? 9. What is an equity multiplier? *Reminder that all the ratios from chapter 5 will be provided for you on the exam *Chapter 1 will also be on the exam so make sure to study that! *If you would like to try sample problems, use the list Dr. Hopkins provided on the syllabus 


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