Financial management and accountancy




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Days sales outstanding calculatorReporting debtor management key performance indicators (KPIs) to those involved in the process of billing and collecting can be motivating. This in turn can shorten cash collection times and improve cash flow. Output ... Read more
02 Jan 2013
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Funding report questionnaireHow is your company financed? And how and when is this finance going due to be repaid? A funding report can help ensure your company's finance requirements are identified and properly considered as early as possible. Key qu... Read more
02 Jan 2013
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Overheads ratio recordIt's common practice to consider absolute cost numbers versus budget and prior year. However, accounting ratios show the relationship of one number to another relevant number which can be much more revealing. Using operating cost... Read more
02 Jan 2013
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Economic value added calculatorIf your business has generated growth for the year, even beating budget or last year's total, your fellow managers may be feeling very satisfied. But does this mean that the company has added value for its shareholders? ... Read more
02 Jan 2013
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Flash reportYou prepare monthly management reports, but in fast moving times how can you deliver key financial indicators quickly so that your board can make critical decisions in a flash?What is a flash report?Management reports in most companies wo... Read more
02 Jan 2013
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Enhanced presentation and grouping spreadsheetThe new sales director wants you to show more detail in the management accounts about income streams. However, the MD likes to keep things simple. Is there a way to satisfy both without using two spreadsh... Read more
02 Jan 2013
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Weighted average cost of capital (WACC) calculatorYour company creates value for its shareholders by earning a return on their invested capital which is above the cost of that capital. This hurdle is the yardstick by which it can judge a project prop... Read more
02 Jan 2013
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Capital expenditure budgetCapital expenditure (capex) refers to the money spent to acquire the physical assets of a business. The role of a capex budget is to take account of all expenditures that are required to replace worn-out or depleted assets a... Read more
02 Jan 2013
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Financial ratiosThe most commonly used technique for considering financial statements is ratio analysis. Financial ratios can be used to evaluate a particular aspect of a customer's company operations and financial health. However, the challenge facin... Read more
02 Jan 2013
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Closure reportFrom time to time, businesses choose to close down an office, branch, depot, or separate business (such as a subsidiary or associated company). Closures must be monitored to ensure they are effectively completed and that progress is bei... Read more
02 Jan 2013
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