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describe questions a person may ask themselves in analyzing there financial situation?
Weegy: We check the financial health of a company in much the same fashion by analyzing the financial statements. The vital signs are tested mostly by various financial ratios that are calculated from the financial statements. [ These vital signs can be classified into three main categories: 1. Short-term liquidity. 2. Long-term solvency. 3. Profitability. SHORT-TERM LIQUIDITY In the emergency room the first question is: Can this patient survive? Similarly, the first issue in analyzing financial statements is: Can this company survive? Business survival means being able to pay the bills, meet the payroll, and come up with the rent. In other words, is there enough liquidity to provide the cash needed to pay current financial commitments? “Yes” means survival. “No” means bankruptcy. The urgency of this question is why current assets (which are expected to turn into cash within a year) and current liabilities (which are expected to be paid in cash within a year) are shown separately on the balance sheet. Net current assets (current assets less current liabilities) is known as working capital. Because most businesses cannot operate without positive working capital, the question of whether current assets exceed current liabilities is crucial. When current assets are greater than current liabilities, there is sufficient liquidity to enable the enterprise to survive. However, when current liabilities exceed current assets the enterprise may well be in immanent danger of bankruptcy. The financial ratio used to measure this risk is current assets divided by current liabilities, and is known as the current ratio. It is expressed as “2.5 to 1” or “2.5_1” or just “2.5.” Keeping the current ratio from dropping below 1 is the bare minimum to indicate survival, but it lacks any margin of safety. A company must maintain a reasonable margin of safety, or cushion, because the current ratio, like all financial ratios, is only a rough approximation. For this reason, in most ... (More)
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What is an impulse shopper? User: What is an impulse buyer?
Weegy: urge: an instinctive motive; "profound religious impulses" User: how will curing impulse buying benefit me in the future? Weegy: Impulse Buying is one of the leading causes of death for the American bank account and pocketbook. Although the pocketbook mortality rate is high, there is a cure for Impulse Buying. [ Careful planning, when taken with the help of family and friends supporting the Impulse Buyer, can cure Impulse Buying. Impulse Buying is a habit, but it's breakable. Shopping is a fact of life, though how much we shop is entirely up to us. We go to the mall, department store, or grocery store. Before leaving the house, had you made out a plan for what you were going shopping for? Did you already have an amount of money planned and set aside for purchases, an amount not to go past? Was your mind already made up not to buy anything but exactly what you planned upon? If the answers are "no," then chances are you will end up Impulse Buying before you get back home.The Cure for Impulse Buying While in most cases, a few instances of Impulse Buying will not break you, the amounts spent will eventually become very substantial. The dollars spent on Impulse Buying could very well add up to an enormous expense quickly. Impulse Buying does not have to be fatal to the pocketbook. How do you cure Impulse Buying? What can be done to stop this dreaded habit from occurring again? Some simple steps can eliminate Impulse Buying from your mind and save your bank account, your savings, and your pocketbook! Yes, there is a cure! 1. Make out a list of all items you plan to purchase for each store. 2. Clip and take any coupons with you when you go shopping. 3. Decide on exactly how much money you will spend at each shopping place. For example, what is the limit you will spend this week on groceries? If you need shoes for example, what is the most you will pay for them? 4. Know before you leave home to go shopping how much you need for other items before the ... (More)
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