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Accounting StudyGuide for Final

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Accounting StudyGuide for Final BU.201.650.53.SP16

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Advanced Financial Accounting
David He
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Kwan on Saturday March 5, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to BU.201.650.53.SP16 at Johns Hopkins University taught by David He in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 49 views. For similar materials see Advanced Financial Accounting in Finance at Johns Hopkins University.


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Date Created: 03/05/16
1. Compute free cash flow from before- or after-tax cash flow from operations given depreciation, tax rate net income + depreciation expense - capital expenditure=free cash flow 2. Compute operating leverage, financial leverage, and ROCE formula 3. Compute the amount of cash paid to suppliers formula 4. Compute the amount of net income to common shareholders derived from the excess return on creditors’capital and the amount from the return on common shareholders’capital understand roa= roce… operating , debt, then the residual… defferenciate roa & roce 5. Compute the effect of various transactions on current ratio NB. numerator or denominator 6. Compute amount of dividends and retained earnings basic: ass=l+e 7. Compute residual income formula=expected income - required income how to compute required income 8. Compute required rate of return on equity camp equation 9. Understand PE ratio PE=10 什么意义?=P/E, one period is perpetual 10=E/RE, NB. cost of equity 10. Compute fixed costs and variable costs decompose the two be careful with the calculation 4分每题,先做简单的 全部计算题,⾥里⾯面包含概念 写出计算过程 题⽬目中可能有多余信息


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