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Acct 611, Annual Report Project, Winter 2018 Chapter 2 Report 1, Financial Analysis Questions • Solvency. For both businesses, for the years 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014, compute the Current Ratio (p365 of textbook). Give the definition of the current ratio, and state which of the two businesses appear stronger with respect to this ratio, and why. • Solvency. For both businesses, for the years 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014, compute the Quick Ratio (p366 of textbook). Give the definition of the quick ratio, and state which of the two businesses appear stronger with respect to this ratio, and why. • Solvency. For both businesses, for the years 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014, compute the Ratio of Liabilities to Stockholder’s Equity (p370 of textbook). Give the definition of this ratio, and state which of the two businesses appear stronger with respect to this ratio, and why. • Profitability. For both businesses, for the years 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014, compare net incomes (or net losses). State which of the two businesses appear stronger with respect to this item, and why. • Profitability. For both businesses, for the years 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014, compare basic earnings per share (given at the bottom of the income statement). State which of the two businesses appear stronger with respect to EPS, and why. Report 2, Financial Report Questions (For this report, you will need the financial statements and footnotes following the financial statements, and nothing else, from American Apparel’s 2014 annual report). Only American Apparel and 2014, nothing else. 1. No questions for chapter 2.
Acct 611, Annual Report Project, Winter 2018 Chapter 3 Report 1, Financial Analysis Questions • No questions from chapter 3. Report 2, Financial Report Questions (For this report, you will need the financial statements and footnotes following the financial statements, and nothing else, from American Apparel’s 2014 annual report). Only American Apparel and 2014, nothing else. 1. Describe American Apparel’s revenue recognition policy (this is usually in the first footnote, Summary of Significant Accounting Policies). 2. Does American Apparel have any unearned revenues? Please describe what, in your opinion, constitutes this item (also sometimes referred to as deferred revenues).
Acct 611, Annual Report Project, Winter 2018 Chapters 4 and 6 Report 1, Financial Analysis Questions • Compute the inventory turnover (p368) and days’ sales in inventory (p369) for both businesses for 2012, 2013, and 2014. Draw conclusions. • Compute the accounts receivable turnover (p367) and days’ sales in receivables (p367) for both businesses for 2012, 2013, and 2014. Please note; an alternative formula for days’ sales in receivables, that I prefer, is (360/AR turnover). Draw conclusions. Report 2, Financial Report Questions (For this report, you will need the financial statements and footnotes following the financial statements, and nothing else, from American Apparel’s 2014 annual report). Only American Apparel and 2014, nothing else. 1. What inventory cost flow assumption, if any, does American Apparel use, FIFO, LIFO? This information will be in a footnote to the financial statements.
Acct 611, Annual Report Project, Winter 2018 Chapter 7 Report 1, Financial Analysis Questions • For 2012, 2013, and 2014 compute the return on total assets (p373). Draw conclusions. Report 2, Financial Report Questions (For this report, you will need the financial statements and footnotes following the financial statements, and nothing else, from American Apparel’s 2014 annual report). Only American Apparel and 2014, nothing else. • Name the dollar amounts and categories of plant and equipment. Also state the amount of accumulated depreciation.

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Executive Summary
Financial analysis report majorly deals with reporting the material strengths and weaknesses of a
company. For this document the main objective will be trying to make financial analysis which is
comparison based. The analysis will involve two companies; Urban Outfitters and the Gap Inc. the
comparison between these two companies will be trying to measure out the strengths and
weaknesses in an accurate and honest way which will be helpful to the investors. The main
objective of this analysis is to allow the investors and financiers be convinced to invest and offer
debts to the companies respectively. A financial analysis report is a document which basically acts
as an attraction tool for the investors as it contains detailed appraisal of a company’s financial
health. This analysis will use various financial measurement tools such as the ratios, trends and
returns to measure the financial health of the two companies. The analysis will focus on three years
(2015, 2016 and 2017). This report will be prepared for the interest of financiers, the investors,
shareholders, and even the management team for better decision making in the future. The report
will be based on the three key financial statements; the statement of financial performance, the
statement of financial position and the statement of cash flows. One of the first aspects to review
when comparing financial status of the company is the profitability, sales, and gross margins.
Profitability ratios, which measures the company’s ability to generate a return on its resources, are
an important factor in determining a company’s financial stability. Therefore, this report will be a
key financial tool in the comparison. At the end of the comparison we will be able to determine
which company is better off in terms of financial health.
NOTE: the reported figures are in dollars through the report are in except the share amounts,
percentages, and ratios.
Report 1 – Chapter 1

Annual Report Financial Report

Sales
Cost of Sales
Gross Margin

Urban Outfitters Trend Analysis
2017
2016
3,545,794
3,445,134
2,301,181
2,243,232
35%
35%

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2015 Increase
3,323,077 222,717
2,148,147 153,034
35%

%
6.7%
7.12%

Gap Inc. Trends Analysis
Decrease
%
2017
2016
2015
919,000
270,000
15,516,000
15,797,000
16,435,000
Sales
5.59%
2.66%
9,876,000
10,077,000
10,146,000
Cost of Sales
Gross Margin
36%
36%
38%
Urban Outfitters sales have been increasing from 2015 thr...

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