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Topic 10 Financial Statement Analysis
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  • 1. 1<br />TOPIC 10: FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS<br />
  • 2. 2<br />Introduction<br />Interpretation is when users evaluate financial information to make judgements<br />It is the key to any in-depth understanding of an organisation’s performance.<br />Basically, the users evaluate an organisation’s performance and financial position using the information from INCOME STATEMENT and BALANCE SHEET.<br />The value of the analysis is depends on the value of the financial statements.<br />
  • 3. 3<br />Techniques (types) of analysis:<br />1.HorizontalAnalysis <br />Comparing key figures in financial statement<br />Evaluates a series of financial statement over a period of time.<br />2. Vertical Analysis<br />Evaluates financial statement by expressing each item in a financial statement as a percent of the base amount (key figure)<br />Key-figure (such as sales in IS and total assets on BS) are set to 100%<br />Other items are then expressed as percentage of 100<br />
  • 4. 4<br />Techniques (types) of analysis: (cont.)<br />3. Trend analysis<br />Similar to horizontal analysis, except that the first set of account in the series is given a base of 100<br />4. Ratio Analysis<br />It expresses the relationship among selected items of financial statement data.<br />
  • 5. 5<br />Horizontal Analysis<br />It’s an analysis of the percentage increases and decreases of related items in comparative financial statements.<br />What is horizontal analysis?<br />
  • 6. 6<br />14-7<br />HOME DEPOTComparative Balance Sheets (in Millions)Dec 31, 2006 and Dec 31, 2007 <br />Increase (Decrease)<br />Dec 31, 2007Dec 31, 2006 Amount Percent<br />Assets <br />Current assets $10,361 $ 7,777 $2,584 33.2%<br />Property and equipment, net 15,375 13,068 2,307 17.7<br />Other assets 658 540 118 21.9<br />Total assets $26,394 $21,385 $5,009 23.4<br /> Liabilities<br />Current liabilities $ 6,501 $ 4,385 $2,116 48.3<br />Long-term debt, excluding<br /> current installment 1,250 1,545 (295) (19.1)<br />Other long-term liabilities 372 256 116 45.3<br />Deferred income taxes 189 195 (6) (3.1)<br />Total long-term liabilities $ 1,811$ 1,996$ (185) (9.3)<br />Total liabilities $ 8,312$ 6,381$1,931 30.3<br />The stockholders’ equity section is not displayed.<br />
  • 7. 7<br />Horizontal Analysis: <br />Difference $2,584<br /> Base year $7,777<br />= 33.2%<br />14-8<br />HOME DEPOTComparative Balance Sheets (in Millions)Dec 31, 2006 and Dec 31, 2007 <br />Increase (Decrease)<br />Dec 31, 2007Dec 31, 2006 Amount Percent<br />Assets <br />Current assets $10,361 $ 7,777 $2,584 33.2%<br />Property and equipment, net 15,375 13,068 2,307 17.7<br />Other assets 658 540 118 21.9<br />Total assets $26,394 $21,385 $5,009 23.4<br /> Liabilities<br />Current liabilities $ 6,501 $ 4,385 $2,116 48.3<br />Long-term debt, excluding<br /> current installment 1,250 1,545 (295) (19.1)<br />Other long-term liabilities 372 256 116 45.3<br />Deferred income taxes 189 195 (6) (3.1)<br />Total long-term liabilities $ 1,811$ 1,996$ (185) (9.3)<br />Total liabilities $ 8,312$ 6,381$1,931 30.3<br />33.2%<br />
  • 8. 8<br />Horizontal Analysis: <br />Difference $2,307<br /> Base year $13,068<br />= 17.7%<br />14-9<br />HOME DEPOTComparative Balance Sheets (in Millions)Dec 31, 2006 and Dec 31, 2007<br />Condensed<br />Increase (Decrease)<br />Dec 31, 2007Dec 31, 2006 Amount Percent<br />Assets <br />Current assets $10,361 $ 7,777 $2,584 33.2%<br />Property and equipment, net 15,375 13,068 2,307 17.7<br />Other assets 658 540 118 21.9<br />Total assets $26,394 $21,385 $5,009 23.4<br /> Liabilities<br />Current liabilities $ 6,501 $ 4,385 $2,116 48.3<br />Long-term debt, excluding<br /> current installment 1,250 1,545 (295) (19.1)<br />Other long-term liabilities 372 256 116 45.3<br />Deferred income taxes 189 195 (6) (3.1)<br />Total long-term liabilities $ 1,811$ 1,996$ (185) (9.3)<br />Total liabilities $ 8,312$ 6,381$1,931 30.3<br />33.2%<br />33.2%<br />17.7<br />
  • 9. 9<br />14-10<br />HOME DEPOTComparative Balance Sheets (in Millions)Dec 31, 2006 and Dec 31, 2007<br />Condensed<br />Increase (Decrease)<br />Dec 31, 2007Dec 31, 2006 Amount Percent<br />Assets <br />Current assets $10,361 $ 7,777 $2,584 33.2%<br />Property and equipment, net 15,375 13,068 2,307 17.7<br />Other assets 658 540 11821.9<br />Total assets $26,394 $21,385 $5,009 23.4<br /> Liabilities<br />Current liabilities $ 6,501 $ 4,385 $2,116 48.3<br />Long-term debt, excluding<br /> current installment 1,250 1,545 (295) (19.1)<br />Other long-term liabilities 372 256 116 45.3<br />Deferred income taxes 189 195 (6) (3.1)<br />Total long-term liabilities $ 1,811$ 1,996$ (185) (9.3)<br />Total liabilities $ 8,312$ 6,381$1,93130.3<br />
  • 10. 10<br />Horizontal Analysis: <br />Difference $7,815<br /> Base year $45,738<br />= 17.1%<br />14-11<br />HOME DEPOT INC. Income Statement (in millions)For Periods Ended December 31, 2007 and December 31, 2006<br />Increase (Decrease)<br />Dec 31, 2007Dec 31, 2006 Amount Percent<br />17.1%<br />Sales (net) $53,553 $45,738 $7,815<br />Cost of merchandise sold 37,406 32,057 5,349<br />Gross profit $16,147$13,681$2,466<br />Selling and store operating exp. 10,280 8,655 1,625<br />General and administrative exp. 935 835 100<br />Total operating expenses $11,215$ 9,490$1,725<br />Income from operations $ 4,932 $ 4,191 $ 741 <br />Other income and expenses:<br /> Interest and investment inc. 53 47 6 <br /> Interest expense (28) (21) (7) <br />Income before income tax $ 4,957 $ 4,217 $ 740 <br />Income taxes 1,913 1,636 277<br />Net income $ 3,044 $ 2,581 $ 463 <br />
  • 11. 11<br />Horizontal Analysis: <br />Difference $5,349<br /> Base year $32,057<br />= 16.7<br />14-12<br />HOME DEPOT INC. Income Statement (in millions)For Periods Ended December 31, 2007 and December 31, 2006<br />Increase (Decrease)<br />Dec 31, 2007Dec 31, 2006 Amount Percent<br />17.1%<br />Sales (net) $53,553 $45,738 $7,815<br />Cost of merchandise sold 37,406 32,057 5,349<br />Gross profit $16,147$13,681$2,466<br />Selling and store operating exp. 10,280 8,655 1,625<br />General and administrative exp. 935 835 100<br />Total operating expenses $11,215$ 9,490$1,725<br />Income from operations $ 4,932 $ 4,191 $ 741 <br />Other income and expenses:<br /> Interest and investment inc. 53 47 6 <br /> Interest expense (28) (21) (7) <br />Income before income tax $ 4,957 $ 4,217 $ 740 <br />Income taxes 1,913 1,636 277<br />Net income $ 3,044 $ 2,581 $ 463 <br />16.7 <br />
  • 12. 12<br />17.1%<br />16.7 <br />14-13<br />HOME DEPOT INC. Income Statement (in millions)For Periods Ended December 31, 2007 and December 31, 2006<br />Increase (Decrease)<br />Dec 31, 2007Dec 31, 2006 Amount Percent<br />Sales (net) $53,553 $45,738 $7,815<br />Cost of merchandise sold 37,406 32,057 5,349<br />Gross profit $16,147$13,681$2,466<br />Selling and store operating exp. 10,280 8,655 1,625<br />General and administrative exp. 935 835 100<br />Total operating expenses $11,215$ 9,490$1,725<br />Income from operations $ 4,932 $ 4,191 $ 741 <br />Other income and expenses:<br /> Interest and investment inc. 53 47 6 <br /> Interest expense (28) (21) (7) <br />Income before income tax $ 4,957 $ 4,217 $ 740 <br />Income taxes 1,913 1,636 277<br />Net income $ 3,044 $ 2,581 $ 463 <br />18.0<br />18.8<br />12.0<br />18.2<br />17.7<br />12.8<br />33.3<br />17.5<br />16.9<br />17.9<br />
  • 13. 13<br />Vertical Analysis<br />A percentage analysis can be used to show the relationship of each component to a total within a single statement.<br />
  • 14. 14<br />Vertical Analysis<br />The total, or 100% item, on the balance sheet is “total assets.”<br />The total, or 100% item, on the income statement is “total sales.”<br />
  • 15. 15<br />14-18<br />14-18<br />HOME DEPOTComparative Balance Sheets (in Millions) December 31, 2007 and December 31, 2006<br />Condensed<br />December 31, 2007 December 31, 2006<br /> Amount Percent Amount Percent<br />Assets <br />Current assets $10,361 $ 7,777 <br />Property and equipment, net 15,375 13,068 <br />Other assets 58 540<br />Total assets $26,394 $21,385<br /> Liabilities<br />Current liabilities $ 6,501 $ 4,385 <br />Long-term liabilities 1,811 1,996<br />Total liabilities $ 8,312$ 6,381<br /> Stockholders’ Equity<br />Common stock/paid-in capital $ 5,529 $ 4,926<br />RE & accumulated comp. loss 12,553 10,078<br />Total stockholders’ equity $18,082$15,004<br />Total liabilities and SE $26,394 $21,385 <br />100.0%<br />Total assets is 100.0%<br />
  • 16. 16<br />Vertical Analysis: <br />Current assets $10,361<br /> Total assets $26,394<br />= 39.3%<br />14-19<br />HOME DEPOTComparative Balance Sheets (in Millions)December 31, 2007 and December 31, 2006<br />Condensed<br />December 31, 2007 December 31, 2006<br /> Amount Percent Amount Percent<br />Assets <br />Current assets $10,361 $ 7,777 <br />Property and equipment, net 15,375 13,068 <br />Other assets 58 540<br />Total assets $26,394 $21,385<br /> Liabilities<br />Current liabilities $ 6,501 $ 4,385 <br />Long-term liabilities 1,811 1,996<br />Total liabilities $ 8,312$ 6,381<br /> Stockholders’ Equity<br />Common stock/paid-in capital $ 5,529 $ 4,926<br />RE & accumulated comp. loss 12,553 10,078<br />Total stockholders’ equity $18,082$15,004<br />Total liabilities and SE $26,394 $21,385 <br />39.3%<br />100.0%<br />
  • 17. 17<br />14-20<br />HOME DEPOTComparative Balance Sheets (in Millions)December 31, 2007 and December 31, 2006<br />Condensed<br />December 31, 2007 December 31, 2006<br /> Amount Percent Amount Percent<br />Assets <br />Current assets $10,361 $ 7,777 <br />Property and equipment, net 15,375 13,068 <br />Other assets 58 540<br />Total assets $26,394 $21,385<br /> Liabilities<br />Current liabilities $ 6,501 $ 4,385 <br />Long-term liabilities 1,811 1,996<br />Total liabilities $ 8,312$ 6,381<br /> Stockholders’ Equity<br />Common stock/paid-in capital $ 5,529 $ 4,926<br />RE & accumulated comp. loss 12,553 10,078<br />Total stockholders’ equity $18,082$15,004<br />Total liabilities and SE $26,394 $21,385 <br />39.3%<br />58.2<br /> 2.5<br />100.0%<br />24.6%<br /> 6.9<br /> 31.5%<br /> 20.9%<br /> 47.6<br /> 68.5%<br /> 100.0%<br />
  • 18. 18<br />39.3%<br />58.2<br /> 2.5<br />100.0%<br />24.6%<br /> 6.9<br /> 31.5%<br /> 20.9%<br /> 47.6<br /> 68.5%<br /> 100.0% <br />14-21<br />HOME DEPOTComparative Balance Sheets (in Millions)December 31, 2007 and December 31, 2006<br />Condensed<br />December 31, 2007 December 31, 2006<br /> Amount Percent Amount Percent<br />Assets <br />Current assets $10,361 $ 7,777 <br />Property and equipment, net 15,375 13,068 <br />Other assets 58 540<br />Total assets $26,394 $21,385<br /> Liabilities<br />Current liabilities $ 6,501 $ 4,385 <br />Long-term liabilities 1,811 1,996<br />Total liabilities $ 8,312$ 6,381<br /> Stockholders’ Equity<br />Common stock/paid-in capital $ 5,529 $ 4,926<br />RE & accumulated comp. loss 12,553 10,078<br />Total stockholders’ equity $18,082$15,004<br />Total liabilities and SE $26,394 $21,385 <br />100.0%<br />Total assets is 100.0%<br />
  • 19. 19<br />39.3%<br />58.2<br /> 2.5<br />100.0%<br />24.6%<br /> 6.9<br /> 31.5%<br /> 20.9%<br /> 47.6<br /> 68.5%<br /> 100.0% <br />Vertical Analysis: <br />Current assets $7,777<br /> Total assets $21,385<br />= 36.4%<br />14-22<br />HOME DEPOTComparative Balance Sheets (in Millions)December 31, 2007 and December 31, 2006<br />Condensed<br />December 31, 2007 December 31, 2006<br /> Amount Percent Amount Percent<br />Assets <br />Current assets $10,361 $ 7,777 <br />Property and equipment, net 15,375 13,068 <br />Other assets 58 540<br />Total assets $26,394 $21,385<br /> Liabilities<br />Current liabilities $ 6,501 $ 4,385 <br />Long-term liabilities 1,811 1,996<br />Total liabilities $ 8,312$ 6,381<br /> Stockholders’ Equity<br />Common stock/paid-in capital $ 5,529 $ 4,926<br />RE & accumulated comp. loss 12,553 10,078<br />Total stockholders’ equity $18,082$15,004<br />Total liabilities and SE $26,394 $21,385 <br />36.4%<br />100.0%<br />
  • 20. 20<br />39.3%<br />58.2<br /> 2.5<br />100.0%<br />24.6%<br /> 6.9<br /> 31.5%<br /> 20.9%<br /> 47.6<br /> 68.5%<br /> 100.0% <br />14-23<br />HOME DEPOTComparative Balance Sheets (in Millions)December 31, 2007 and December 31, 2006<br />Condensed<br />December 31, 2007 December 31, 2006<br /> Amount Percent Amount Percent<br />Assets <br />Current assets $10,361 $ 7,777 <br />Property and equipment, net 15,375 13,068 <br />Other assets 58 540<br />Total assets $26,394 $21,385<br /> Liabilities<br />Current liabilities $ 6,501 $ 4,385 <br />Long-term liabilities 1,811 1,996<br />Total liabilities $ 8,312$ 6,381<br /> Stockholders’ Equity<br />Common stock/paid-in capital $ 5,529 $ 4,926<br />RE & accumulated comp. loss 12,553 10,078<br />Total stockholders’ equity $18,082$15,004<br />Total liabilities and SE $26,394 $21,385 <br />36.4%<br />61.1<br /> 2.5<br />100.0%<br />20.5%<br /> 9.3<br /> 29.8%<br /> 23.0%<br /> 47.1<br /> 70.2%<br /> 100.0%<br />
  • 21. 21<br />14-24<br />HOME DEPOT INC. Income Statement (in millions)For Periods Ended December 31, 2007 and December 31, 2006<br />2007 2006<br />Amount Percent Amount Percent<br />Sales (net) $53,553 100.0% $45,738 100.0%<br />Cost of merchandise sold 37,406 32,057<br />Gross profit $16,147$13,681<br />Selling and store operating exp. 10,280 8,655 <br />General and administrative exp. 935 835<br />Total operating expenses $11,215$ 9,490<br />Income from operations $ 4,932 $ 4,191 <br />Other income and expenses:<br /> Interest and investment inc. 53 47 <br /> Interest expense (28) (21) <br />Income before income tax $ 4,957 $ 4,217 <br />Income taxes 1,913 1,636<br />Net income $ 3,044 $ 2,581 <br />Net sales is 100.0%<br />Net sales is 100.0%<br />
  • 22. 22<br />2006<br />Vertical Analysis: <br />Cost of Merchandise Sold $32,057<br /> Net Sales $45,738<br />= 70.1%<br />14-25<br />HOME DEPOT INC. Income Statement (in millions)For Periods Ended December 31, 2007 and December 31, 2006<br />2007 2006<br />Amount Percent Amount Percent<br />Sales (net) $53,553 100.0% $45,738 100.0%<br />Cost of merchandise sold 37,406 32,057<br />Gross profit $16,147$13,681<br />Selling and store operating exp. 10,280 8,655 <br />General and administrative exp. 935 835<br />Total operating expenses $11,215$ 9,490<br />Income from operations $ 4,932 $ 4,191 <br />Other income and expenses:<br /> Interest and investment inc. 53 47 <br /> Interest expense (28) (21) <br />Income before income tax $ 4,957 $ 4,217 <br />Income taxes 1,913 1,636<br />Net income $ 3,044 $ 2,581 <br />70.1<br />
  • 23. 23<br />2007<br />Vertical Analysis: <br />Cost of Merchandise Sold $37,406<br /> Net Sales $53,553<br />= 69.9%<br />14-26<br />HOME DEPOT INC. Income Statement (in millions)For Periods Ended December 31, 2007 and December 31, 2006<br />2007 2006<br />Amount Percent Amount Percent<br />Sales (net) $53,553 100.0% $45,738 100.0%<br />Cost of merchandise sold 37,406 32,057<br />Gross profit $16,147$13,681<br />Selling and store operating exp. 10,280 8,655 <br />General and administrative exp. 935 835<br />Total operating expenses $11,215$ 9,490<br />Income from operations $ 4,932 $ 4,191 <br />Other income and expenses:<br /> Interest and investment inc. 53 47 <br /> Interest expense (28) (21) <br />Income before income tax $ 4,957 $ 4,217 <br />Income taxes 1,913 1,636<br />Net income $ 3,044 $ 2,581 <br />69.9<br />70.1<br />
  • 24. 24<br />14-27<br />HOME DEPOT INC. Income Statement (in millions)For Periods Ended December 31, 2007 and December 31, 2006<br />2007 2007<br />Amount Percent Amount Percent<br />Sales (net) $53,553 100.0% $45,738 100.0%<br />Cost of merchandise sold 37,406 32,057<br />Gross profit $16,147$13,681<br />Selling and store operating exp. 10,280 8,655 <br />General and administrative exp. 935 835<br />Total operating expenses $11,215$ 9,490<br />Income from operations $ 4,932 $ 4,191 <br />Other income and expenses:<br /> Interest and investment inc. 53 47 <br /> Interest expense (28) (21) <br />Income before income tax $ 4,957 $ 4,217 <br />Income taxes 1,913 1,636<br />Net income $ 3,044 $ 2,581 <br />69.9<br />70.1<br />29.9%<br /> 18.9%<br /> 1.8<br /> 20.7%<br /> 9.2%<br /> 0.1<br /> (0.1)<br /> 9.2%<br /> 3.6<br /> 5.6%<br />
  • 25. 25<br />14-28<br />HOME DEPOT INC. Income Statement (in millions)For Periods Ended December 31, 2007 and December 31, 2006<br />2007 2006<br />Amount Percent Amount Percent<br />Sales (net) $53,553 100.0% $45,738 100.0%<br />Cost of merchandise sold 37,406 32,057<br />Gross profit $16,147$13,681<br />Selling and store operating exp. 10,280 8,655 <br />General and administrative exp. 935 835<br />Total operating expenses $11,215$ 9,490<br />Income from operations $ 4,932 $ 4,191 <br />Other income and expenses:<br /> Interest and investment inc. 53 47 <br /> Interest expense (28) (21) <br />Income before income tax $ 4,957 $ 4,217 <br />Income taxes 1,913 1,636<br />Net income $ 3,044 $ 2,581 <br />70.1<br />30.1%<br /> 19.2%<br /> 1.7<br /> 20.9%<br /> 9.2%<br /> 0.1<br /> (0.0)<br /> 9.3%<br /> 3.6<br /> 5.7%<br />69.9<br />29.9%<br /> 18.9% 1.8 <br /> 20.7%<br /> 9.2%<br /> 0.1<br /> (0.1)<br /> 9.2%<br /> 3.6<br /> 5.6%<br />
  • 26. 26<br />Types of ratio analysis<br />Profitability Ratio<br />Efficiency/activity/asset management Ratio<br />Liquidity Ratio<br />Solvency Ratio<br />Cash flow<br />Investment<br />
  • 27. 27<br />1. Profitability<br /> 1. Return on capital <br /> employed<br /> 2. Gross profit ratio<br /> 3. Net profit ratio<br />2. Liquidity<br /> 1. Current ratio<br /> 2. Quick ratio<br />3. Efficiency<br /> 1. Debtors turnover<br /> 2. Debtors collection period<br /> 3. Stock turnover ratio<br /> 4. Asset turnover ratio<br />4. Solvency/financial leverage management ratio<br /> 1. Debt to Equity ratio<br /> 2.Debt ratio<br />
  • 28. 28<br />Continue………..<br />6. Investment<br /> 1. Dividend yield<br /> 2. Dividend cover<br /> 3. Earnings per share<br /> 4. Price/earnings ratio<br /> 5. Interest cover<br />5. Cash Flow<br /> 1. Cash flow ratio<br />
  • 29. 29<br />Importance of Ratios<br /><ul><li>Quick and easy snapshot of an organisation’s achievements
  • 30. Aid for comparisons</li></ul>Ratio provide benchmark to compare on<br />company with another (inter-firm comparison) or to compare the same company over period of time (intra-firm comparison).<br />
  • 31. 30<br />PROFITABILITY RATIO<br /><ul><li>It measures the income or operating effectiveness of an organisation for a given period of time.
  • 32. A low value of this ratio will affect the company ‘s ability to obtain debt, equity financing and the ability to grow or expand.</li></ul>i Return on capital employed (ROCE)<br /><ul><li>measures effective use of capital
  • 33. It measures the profitability from the shareholder view point.
  • 34. It shows how many ringgit of the net income were earned for each ringgit invested by the owner.</li></ul> = Profit or earning after tax x 100%<br /> Average capital employed<br />
  • 35. 31<br />Continue…<br />ii. Gross Profit Margin<br /><ul><li>It measures the percentage of one ringgit of sales that results in gross income.</li></ul>=Sales – Cost of Goods Sold x 100% Sales<br /> = Gross Profit x 100%<br />Sales<br />iii. Net Profit Margin<br />It measures the percentage of one ringgit of sales that results in net income.<br /> = Profit or earning after tax x 100%<br /> Sales<br />
  • 36. 32<br />LIQUIDITY RATIO<br />It measure the short term ability of the organisation to pay debt and to meet unexpected need for cash.<br />i. Current Ratio<br />To measure the ability of current asset that the company have to pay back the short term debt.<br /> = Current Asset<br /> Current Liability<br />
  • 37. 33<br />Continue…<br />ii. Quick Ratio<br /><ul><li> It measures the company’s immediate short term liquidity.</li></ul>Current Asset – Stock – Prepayment<br /> Current Liability<br /><ul><li>This ratio indicates whether current liabilities could be paid without having to sell the inventory
  • 38. This ratio is useful for companies which cannot convert inventory into cash quickly if necessary. </li></li></ul><li>34<br />Cont….<br />This ratio indicates whether the business has enough short-term assets to cover its short-term liabilities.<br />A ratio above 1 indicates that working capital is positive (Current assets exceed current liabilities)<br />A ratio below 1 indicates that working capital is negative.<br />Many large companies regularly operate with current ratio closer to 1 and 2<br />
  • 39. 35<br />Generally the higher the ratio, the greater the financial stability and the lower the risk for both creditors and owners.<br />However, the ratio should not be too high because that may indicate that the business is not reinvesting in long-term assets to maintain future productivity.<br />High current ratio can actually indicate problems if inventories are getting larger than they should be or collections of receivables are slowing down. <br />
  • 40. 36<br />EFFICIENCY RATIO<br />Debtors turnover<br />Measures how many times it takes customers to pay<br />Credit sales <br /> Average debtors <br />
  • 41. 37<br />EFFICIENCY RATIO<br />1. Debtors collection period<br />Measures how long it takes customers to pay<br />= Average debtors x 365 days OR365 days<br /> Credit salesdebtors turnover<br />This ratio indicates how many days it takes, on average to collect a day’s sale revenue.<br />The quicker a business collects and bank the money, the better it is to the company<br />Large numbers of days is a negative signal, raising questions about the company’s policies of granting credit such as;<br />Unrestricted credit policies<br />Longer credit limit<br />Collection attempts is not very strength<br />
  • 42. 38<br />Efficiency Ratio<br />3. Stock turnover ratio<br />measures how quickly stock moves through business<br />This ratio means that the average length of time that the stocks are held before being sold.<br />= Cost of goods sold<br /> Average stock<br />It can also be calculated in days<br />= Average stock x 365 days OR 365 days Cost of goods sold stock turnover <br />
  • 43. 39<br />Efficiency Ratio<br />Asset turnover ratio<br /><ul><li>compares sales to total assets employed
  • 44. Measures how efficient the assets in generating sales</li></ul>= Sales x 100% <br /> Average total assets <br />
  • 45. 40<br />SOLVENCY/FINANCIAL LEVERAGE MANAGEMENT RATIO<br />1. Debt to Equity ratio<br />= Total liabilities<br />Total Equity<br /> 2. Debt ratio<br />Also call debt to assets ratio<br /> = Total liabilities<br />Total Asset<br />
  • 46. 41<br />SOLVENCY/FINANCIAL LEVERAGE MANAGEMENT RATIO<br /><ul><li>This is to measure the ability of the company to survive over a long period of time
  • 47. The ability to pay interest as it come due/mature</li></li></ul><li>42<br />Income Statement for the year ended 31 Dec 2007<br />Sales 200<br />Less: Cost of goods sold (100)<br />Gross profits 100<br />Less expenses<br />General 40 <br />Interest 10(50)<br />Profit before tax 50<br />Less: Taxation(15)<br />Profits after tax 35<br />Less: Dividends(15)<br />Retained profits 20<br />
  • 48. 43<br />Balance Sheet as at 31 Dec 2007<br />
  • 49. 44<br />1. Profitability Ratios<br />a. Return on Capital Employed<br /> Profit after tax = 35 = 16.3%<br /> Average capital employed 215<br />b. Gross Profit Ratio<br />Gross profit= 100 = 50%<br /> Sales 200<br />c. Net Profit Ratio<br />Net profit after taxation = 35 = 17.5%<br /> sales 200 <br />
  • 50. 45<br />2. Liquidity Ratios<br />a. Current Ratio<br />Current assets = 120 = 2:1 <br /> Current liabilities 60<br />b. Quick Ratio<br />Current assets - stock = 120-60 = 1:1<br /> Current liabilities 60<br />
  • 51. 46<br />3. Efficiency Ratios<br />Debtors Collection Period<br /> Average debtors x 365 = 40 x 365 = 73 days<br /> Credit sales 200<br />
  • 52. 47<br />c. Stock Turnover<br />COGS = 100 = 1.66 times<br /> Average stock 60<br />d. Asset Turnover Ratio<br /> Sales x 100% = 200 x 100%<br />Average total assets 395 <br /> = 51%<br />
  • 53. 48<br />4. Financing ratio<br />a) Debt to equity ratio<br />Total liabilities = 180 = 0.837<br /> Total equity 215<br />b) Debt ratio<br />Total liabilities = 180 = 0.456<br /> Total assets 395<br />
  • 54. 49<br />Limitations of the Accounting Information<br />Estimates<br />The financial statement contains numerous estimates. Eg. Provision for doubtful debt, depreciation and contingent loss.<br />Cost<br /> The traditional financial statements are based on historical cost, it is not adjusted for price-level change. Eg. Inflation affects the sales growth.<br />Alternative Accounting Method<br /> A comparison may be misleading as different companies use different accounting method. Eg. FIFO and LIFO.<br />Diversification of firms<br /> This diversification of activities of companies limit the usefulness of financial analysis. (no specific industry).<br />
  • 55. 50<br />CONCLUSION<br /><ul><li>Ratio analysis is a good way to overview an organisation’s activities
  • 56. Ratio analysis must be compared with past result or industry norms, not in isolation
  • 57. Things to be taken into account in using ratio analysis:
  • 58. size of the organisation
  • 59. Method used in accounting treatment
  • 60. Same industry
  • 61. Same country</li>

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