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Managerial Finance Week 2 Notes

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Managerial Finance Week 2 Notes Fin 301

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Fin301, chapter 2
Managerial Finance
Stanley Waite
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Date Created: 09/03/16
August 29, 2016 Chapter 2 continued Income Statement: lists the firm’s revenues and expenses over a period of time - Bottom line of income statement shows net income - Earnings Calculations o Gross Profit  Revenues (Net Sales) - Cost of Sales = Gross Profit o Operating Expenses  Gross Profit – Operating Expenses = Operating Income o Earnings Before Interest and Taxes (EBIT)  Operating Income +/- Other Income = Earnings Before Interest and Taxes o Pretax and Net Income  EBIT +/- Interest income (Expense) = Pretax Income  Pretax Income – Taxes = Net Income o Earnings per share:  Net income/ shares outstanding  EPS increases number of shares by issuing stock to employees and when shares are issued due to conversion of convertible bonds Statement of cash flows: uses info from income statement and balance sheet to determine how much cash the firm has generated and how the cash was allocated. - Cash is used to pay bills and maintain operations - Operating: o A/R, A/P, Inventory - Investing: o Subtract the actual capital expenditure that the firm made - Financing activities: o Dividends paid, sale on stock, short-term and long-term borrowing o Retained Earnings = Net Income – Dividends o Payout Ratio= Dividends/ Net Income - Bottom line of sheet combines the cash flows from the three activities to calculate the overall change in the firm’s cash balance Other Financial Statement Information - Statement of Stockholders’ Equity o Change in Stockholders’ Equity o = Retained Earnings + Net Sales of Stock - Investors use accounting statements to compare the firm with itself and others - Profitability ratios: o Gross margin= gross profit/ sales o Operating margin= operating income/sales o Net profit margin= net income/sales - Liquidity ratios: o Current ratio= current assets/current liabilities o Quick ratio= (current assets- inventory)/ current liabilities o Cash ratio= cash/ current liabilities - Asset efficiency ratios o Asset turnover= sales/ total assets o Fixed asset turnover/ sales/ fixed assets - Working capital ratios o Accounts receivable days= Accounts receivable/ average daily sales o Inventory turnover= COGS/ Inventory - Interest Covering Ratios: o TIE= earnings/ interest - Leverage Ratios: o Debt to equity ratio= total debt/ total equity o Debt to capital ratio= total debt/ (total equity+ total debt) o Net debt= total debt- excess cash and short term investments o Debt to enterprise value ratio= net debt/ (market value of equity + net debt) - Valuation Ratios: o Price earnings ratio - Operating returns: o Return on equity= net income/ book value of equity o Return on assets= net income/ total assets o Return on invested capital= (1- tax rate)/ (book value of equity + net debt) - The Dupont Identity: ROE can be thought of as net income per dollar of sales (profit margin) times the amount of sales per dollar of equity


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