Retained earnings

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  • Describe how irregular income items, such as discontinued operations and extraordinary items, are presented in the income statement; compute earnings per share; distinguish between basic and diluted earnings per share; account for cash dividends and stock dividends, and explain the effects of these transactions on a company's financial statements;...

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  • (BQ) Part 2 book "Foundations of financial management" has contents: The capital budgeting decision, risk and capital budgeting, capital markets, common and preferred stock financing, dividend policy and retained earnings, external growth through mergers,...and other contents.

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  • (BQ) Part 2 book "Intermediate accounting" has contents: Current liabilities and contingencies, contributed capital, earnings per share and retained earnings, accounting for income taxes, accounting for leases , accounting for postemployment benefits,...and other contents.

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  • After completing this chapter you should be able to: Identify the major characteristics of a corporation, differentiate between paid-in capital and retained earnings, record the issuance of common stock, explain the accounting for treasury stock, differentiate preferred stock from common stock,...and other contents.

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  • (BQ) Part 1 book "Accounting for small business owners" has contents: The accounting equation, the balance sheet, the income statement, the statement of cash flows, the statement of retained earnings.

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  • After completing this chapter you should be able to: Prepare the entries for cash dividends and stock dividends, identify the items reported in a retained earnings statement, describe the form and content of corporation income statements, compute earnings per share,...and other contents.

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  • Dilemma: Should the firm use retained earnings for: a) Financing profitable capital investments? b) Paying dividends to stockholders? If we retain earnings for profitable investments, dividend yield will be zero, but the stock price will increase, resulting in a higher capital gain.

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  • CHỨNG KHOÁN Cổ Phiếu & Thị Trường Tập 1 Hà Hưng Quốc CỔ PHIẾU & THỊ TRƯỜNG: TẬP 1 LTGL = Lợi thu giữ lại (retained earning), $ Tính trên một cổ phần, giá trị chủ bản của công ty được đem chia đều cho tổng số lượng cổ phần của cổ phiếu thường đẳng đang du hành. Hay là,

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  • The success or failure of a business is measured in dollars. And dollars are recorded and reported using accounting. Accounting is truly the language of business. No matter what your role may be, if you are involved in business, you can benefit from learning accounting. That’s what this book is all about—taking the subject and making it understandable and accessible.

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  • Lợi nhuận để lại cho thấy số tiền thu nhập được tích lũy từ khi bắt đầu cuộc sống của công ty cho đến nay. Lợi nhuận để lại đại diện cho một yêu cầu bồi thường về tài sản, nhưng nó không phải là tiền mặt.

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  • Conceptually, the equity method treats the investee company as if it were condensed into one balance sheet item and one income statement item and then merged into the investor company at the proportion owned by the investor. The equity method is sometimes called “one-line consolidation” because it results in the same effect on the investor’s earnings and retained earnings as would result from consolidating the financial statements of the investor and investee companies. It does so without combining both companies’ financial statements.

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  • In addition to retained earnings or profi ts, fi rms can access investment capital from a number of other sources: banks; the sharemarket; private equity; the venture capital market; and informal capital markets. Improving fi nancial development in these markets can stimulate economic growth. The Milken Institute’s Capital Access Index evaluates the ability of business to access capital across all sources. New Zealand is ranked 15th in the OECD on this index, at the OECD mean and below countries such as the United Kingdom, the United States, Denmark, and Australia.

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  • The difference between investee earnings and investee dividends is the amount of earnings accruing to the investor that the investee retained, or the unremitted earnings of the investee. Thus, the equity-based investment account is equal to the original investment plus the investor’s proportionate share of the investee’s cumulative retained earnings since the invest- ment was made. In this sense, the equity method represents an extension of accrual account- ing to investments in common shares. However, the balance sheet doesn’t reflect the cost of the investment anymore.

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  • Banks thus planned to meet their shortfalls predominantly through capital measures, and some made progress in spite of unfavourable market conditions. Low share prices, as at present, cause a strong dilution effect, drawing resistance from incumbent shareholders and management. 4 The experience of UniCredit, whose deeply discounted €7.5 billion rights issue led to a 45% (albeit transient) plunge in its share price, deterred other banks from following suit. Capital can also be built through retained earnings, debt-to- equity conversion or redemption below par.

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  • In chapters 17 and 18 we studied how business firms determine their mix of permanent longterm financing and how they finance “internally” by retaining earnings. We now need to find out how firms raise long-term financing “externally.” More specifically, the purpose of this chapter is to observe the ways in which bond and stock issues are initially sold in the capital market.

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  • In addition to banks, other financial institutions issue significant amounts of preferred stocks. For example, in 2007 Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae raised $13 billion through two preferred stocks offerings. Similar to banks, Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have capital requirements that make preferred stocks an attractive source of capital. The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), which regulates Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, requires them to maintain a level of “core capital,” comprised of common stock, retained earnings, and perpetual, non-cumulative preferred stock.

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  • Juniper Corporation provided the following summary balance sheet information: Compute net income for the year ending December 31, 20X9, under each of the following independent scenarios: a) Juniper paid no dividends, and no additional capital was raised via share issuances. b) Juniper paid $300,000 in dividends, and no additional capital was raised via share issuances. c) Juniper paid no dividends, but raised $1,500,000 via issuances of additional shares of stock. d) Juniper paid $300,000 in dividends, and raised $1,150,000 via issuances of additional shares of stock....

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  • “Robert Dennis formed a corporation to provide concrete construction work. His jobs typically involve building parking lots, drives, and foundations. Robert provided the following information about transactions occurring during the first month of operation. Evaluate the transactions and prepare journal entries for this activity.

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  • Following are three separate transactions that pertain to prepaid items. Evaluate each item and prepare the journal entries that would be needed for the initial recording and subsequent end-of-20X3 adjusting entry. Assume the company uses the balance sheet approach, and the initial recording is to an asset account. The company has a calendar year-end and does not make any adjusting entries prior to December 31.

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  • Alberto Condor has an eye for quality. He recently formed an art gallery where he allows artists to display their artwork for sale. Customers buy the artwork through the gallery, but payments are actually made payable directly to the originating artist. Artists, in turn, pay Albert a 20% commission that is appropriately reflected as revenue of the gallery. Following is Albert’s trial balance after the first year of operation. This trial balance does not reflect the adjustments that are necessary, as described by the additional infomation....

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