Balance Essay Topics

Amortization of discount/premium

If the selling price/issuing price of the bond is higher than the par value, then is issued at a premium while if issued at a lower price than the par value, then, it is at a discount. The discount or premium on issue is amortized over the life of the bond using either the straight… View Article

Finding The Balance

When I was just a child my parents used to take me to see Grandpa George who lived on the third floor of an old building at a small town in Oregon. Grandpa George wasn’t really a blood relative, he was a good friend of my folks and my dad often referred to him as… View Article

Vermeer’s Painting Technique inWoman Holding a Balance

Johanna’s Vermeer’s paintings, although masterpiece creations of great precision and detail, were hardly recognized until after his death. After his death, many observations and analysis were conducted. Much of his painting styles became noticeable by investigating his unfinished works. His lifelike paintings used very special techniques invented exclusively by him. The camera obscurer technique is… View Article

US Policy to Achieve Internal and External Balance

The United States has been suffering recently from recessionary pressures which have decreased economic activity in the country while increasing concern amongst the population about the lack of supportive economic policies that can support the country to survive through the recession times. In the recent months the country has seen its mortgage and housing market… View Article

Functional Strategies

This paper discusses some functional strategies use by an organization’s various functional departments to support the corporate & competitive strategy. The managers play key role in forming these strategies. This also known as operational method to implement the tactics for internal departments. This includes Operation, marketing and finance strategies. Introduction The key strategies for the… View Article

Balance scorecard

Wegmans Food Markets utilized an equalization scorecard to develop their solid business. An adjusted scorecard is intended to decipher the general mission for an organization. The scorecard investigation endeavors to quantify and give input to associations with a specific end goal to help in executing systems and targets. It characterizes the objectives and target organizations… View Article

U.S. Trade Analysis with other Countries

Abstract Purpose- This paper presents the analysis of U.S. imports and exports by managing the trade balance. It also presents the leading U.S. imports and exports in terms of value along with the important partners. Design/methodology/approach- The author explains the balance of trade including the rise and fall of U.S. trade deficit using the analysis… View Article

Proforma: Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and Judgmental Approach

In addition to forecasting cash flows, managers and investors are also interested in forecasts of the firm’s financial statements. These projected financial statements are called pro forma financial statements. They give both the management and investors an insight into what the financial statements will look like in the future and a signal as to any… View Article

Cost of Goods Checkpoint

A multi-step income statement for a trading business highlights the fact that between 40% and 60% of revenue from sales is accounted for as the cost of goods sold. The cost of goods attributed to a company’s products is expensed as the company sells these goods. There are several ways to calculate COGS but one… View Article

Bessrawl Corporation

1). Inventory: – Under U. S. GAAP, Bessrawl Corporation is allowed to report inventory on its balance sheet at lower of cost or market. Market in this case is defined as replacement cost ($180,000) with net realizable value ($190,000) as ceiling and net realizable value minus a normal profit ($190,000 – $38,000 = $152,000) as… View Article

Cost of Goods Checkpoint

A multi-step income statement for a trading business highlights the fact that between 40% and 60% of revenue from sales is accounted for as the cost of goods sold. The cost of goods attributed to a company’s products is expensed as the company sells these goods. There are several ways to calculate COGS but one… View Article

Financial analysis of infosys and wipro

Financial analysis (also referred to as financial statement analysis or accounting analysis or Analysis of finance) refers to an assessment of the viability, stability and profitability of a business, sub-business or project. It is performed by professionals who prepare reports using ratios that make use of information taken from financial statements and other reports. These… View Article

The remaining questions are based on the following proposal

A financial services provider that provides computer software systems approaches you. The company started off as a small private company and has grown strongly over the past fifteen years and listed on the Australian Stock Exchange. The company has businesses in many off-shore locations, all of which are well-developed capital markets. In some parts of… View Article

Determining the Accounting for Receivables from Officers and Directors

Philadelphia Communications Inc. (“Philly”) is a public company that completed an initial public offering (IPO) a few months ago. John Sigar is the current CEO and member of the board of directors. He is the only family member involved in the business and owns significant amount of the company’s stock. While, we were doing audit… View Article

Assets and Liabilities

Asset is an item of value owned by the company. Assets can be tangible i. e. those which have some physical existence or can be intangible i. e. which do not exist in physical form but can be held in the form of contracts or rights. Assets are usually grouped in order of liquidity (ease… View Article