Accounting - Chapter 17
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Comparative financial statements
Financial statements that provide information for multiple fiscal periods.
A ratio that measures the relationship of current assets to current liabilities.
Total liabilities divided by total assets.
The relationship between dividends per share and market price per share.
Earnings per share
Net income after federal income tax divided by the number of outstanding shares of stock.
Gross profit as a percent of net sales.
A comparison of one item on a financial statement with the same item on a previous period's financial statement.
A ratio that measures the ability of a business to pay its current financial obligations.
A ratio that measures a corporation's financial performance in relation to the market value of its stock.
Operating expense ratio
Total operating expenses as a percent of net sales.
Income from operations as a percent of net sales.
The amount of dividends divided by net income.
The relationship between the market value per share and earnings per share of a stock
Net income after federal income tax as a percent of net sales.
A ratio that measures the ability of a business to generate income.
Cash and other current assets that can be quickly converted into cash.
A ratio that measures the relationship of quick assets to current liabilities.
The movement of funds from one qualified retirement plan to another.
A ratio that measures the ability of a business to pay its long-term liabilities.
An analysis of changes over time.
A standard used to compare financial performance.
The amount of current assets less current liabilities.
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