The role of balance in the financial analysis of the enterprise

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Description The role of balance in the financial analysis of the enterprise

INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER 1. SUMMARY OF BALANCE AND ITS ROLE IN FINANCIAL ANALYSIS

1.1 Nature and content of the balance sheet

1.2 The value of the balance sheet for the financial analysis

CHAPTER 2 METHODS AND WAYS OF BALANCE SHEET ANALYSIS

2.1 Methods of analysis of the balance sheet

2.2 Analysis of solvency and financial stability of the balance sheet

CHAPTER 3: FINANCIAL ANALYSIS of "***" on the basis BALANCE SHEET

3.1 Brief description of "***"

3.2 Analysis of the composition and structure of assets and liabilities of "***"

3.3 Analysis of financial stability and liquidity of "***"

3.4 Analysis of the turnover of the company according to the balance

CONCLUSION

REFERENCES

APPLICATIONS


Introduction

The term "balance" is derived from the Latin words bis - twice and lanx - scales, literally means dvuchashie. This term is used in economics to describe interval indicators characterizing the sources of formation of any resources and the direction of their use for a certain period of time. The method of constructing the balance as a set of data as a two-way table is widely used in the planning, accounting and economic analysis.


The purpose of the financial statements - it is the information base that provides management decisions persons interested in the activities of the company. Accordingly, the analysis of financial statements - a process of interpretation of its data in order to obtain information for management decisions.


Analysis of financial statements - is, above all, balance sheet analysis, that is the process of comparing certain elements of assets and liabilities. Important role in assessing the financial performance of the company plays an analysis of financial condition according to the balance sheet.


The purpose of this course work is to study the nature, composition, balance and its role in the financial analysis of the enterprise.


Year: 2011

Volume: 48 p.

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