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    How is comprehensive income different than net income? DEFINITION of 'Comprehensive Income' The change in a company's net assets from nonowner sources over a specified period of time. Comprehensive income is a statement of all income and expenses recognized during that period. The statement includes revenue, finance costs, tax expenses, discontinued operations, profit share and profit/loss. INVESTOPEDIA EXPLAINS 'Comprehensive Income' Companies typically report comprehensive income in a separate statement from income resulting from owner changes in equity, but have the option of providing information in a single statement. Many firms shy away from the single statement approach because it mixes owner and nonowner activity, which can muddle the underlying information. DEFINITION of 'Net Income - NI'…

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    c) What is the “net spendable income” (Burkett, 12)? Net spendable income is that portion available for family spending. Some of your income does not belong to the family and therefore cannot be spent. For instances- category one: the tithes; since the term tithe means “a tenth,” (Burkett, 12) I will assume that you give ten percent of your total income to God. Category two: taxes; federal withholding, taxes must also be deducted from your gross income. Self-employed individuals must not forget…

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    where it was in year 12. By having an increase in things like furniture, fixtures and gear, in year 12 it was at 17.3%, then it decreased in year 13 to 16.8%, but in year 14 there was huge spike putting it at 28.7%; which helped balance out the total assets. The initial risk would be a decline in the overall current assets that may captures the banker 's attention. In case the banker stays worried, Custom Snowboards should make endeavors raise their short term investments for the following…

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    What's your debt payment has to be compared to your net income? The debt payment should never be more than 20% of the monthly net income. It's important in my life because with this knowledge, I could enhance my credit card score and prevent myself from falling into debt. What is the difference between a good and a bad credit card? A good credit card could positively enhance his/her future financial, where he/she can buys and loans a large amount of money where a bad credit card could…

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    The table above shows the net income and operating cash flows for Calgon Carbon Corporation, Energy Recovery, Inc and Federal Signal Corporation for the year ended 2010-2015. As you can see Calgon Carbon had the most positively correlated Net income and Operating Cash Flow’s, while Energy Recovery INC. Was the most negatively corellated, while Federal Signal Corporation fell in between the two companies. Net income and operating cash flows are related because net income = operating cash flow…

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    does not manufacture or merchandise a good, they could provide a service to the customer. No matter the type of company, the goal is still the same; they want to end the year making a profit. Therefore, they must keep a close eye on their financial statements throughout the year, and see if ended their year making a profit on their good or service. They do so by completing an income statement at the end of the year. The income statement is where they log their revenue and expenses throughout…

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    Financial statements are indispensable analytical tools for any business regardless of size. There are four primary statements (balance sheet, cash flow statement, retained earnings, and income statement) that are reviewed and analyzed on a regular basis that display an organization economic wealth and health. • Balance Sheet – will permit the viewer to determine the net worth of an organization via seeing: o Total assets, debt, and owner/stockholder’s equity • Income Statement – one will…

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    Peyton Approved is a premium dog treat bakery that offers only the best dog treats for dogs that suffer from allergies. Peyton Approved uses only all-natural and hypoallergenic ingredients. Peyton Approved has been a home-based business for a year with much success, and now has the opportunity to expand into a bakery location. The purpose of this memo is request funding for business expansion. Overview of the Company's Accounting System On Peyton Approved accounting, each yearly period is…

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    Freight-related costs from their vendors are included as part of the net cost of merchandise inventories. Other costs associated with acquiring, storing and transporting merchandise inventories to their retail stores are expensed as incurred and included in the cost of goods sold (Merchandise Inventories, 62). The inventory estimate adjusts for projected physical inventory losses. Physical inventory is taken periodically to ensure the inventory reported is accurately represented on the balance…

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    advertising programs, search engine, cloud computing, and software. Google reported a net income of $16 billion in 2015. In addition, the company also reports four major revenue segments are the Google website, AdSense Google Network, total advertising technologies and other revenues. In Google’s statement of cash flow, it stated that Google generated $26 billion dollars of cash in from its operations in 2015 compared to $18.7 billion that the company generated in 2014. This increase can be…

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