Unit II Assignment
Use the provided Excel template to submit your responses to each of the study problems from the textbook below:
3-13, p. 72. Review of financial statements
3-15, p. 73. Analyzing the cash flow statement
4-25, p. 116. Calculating financial ratios
Each question has a corresponding worksheet (look for the tab along the bottom of the workbook). The cells can be
adjusted, added, or removed as necessary.
Click here for the Excel assignment template.
Information about accessing the Grading Rubric for this assignment is provided below.
Warner Company Balance Sheet
Current Assets Warner Company Income Statement
Recall from reading checkpoint 3.1
to construct an income statement
in this space, adjusting as needed.
(You may delete these instructions.) Long Term (fixed) assets Current Liabilities Long-term Liabilities Owners Equity Total liabilities and equity Q. What can you say about the firm’s financial condition based on these financial
statements? Q. Using the CSU Online Library find one article that discuses financial statements, cash flow, or ratio analysis. Briefly
summarize the key points of the article as it relates to this unit. You may use any of the databases, but Business Source
Complete is a good starting place. Problem 3-15
Answer the following four questions using the information found in the statements.
a. Does BigBox generate positive cash flow from its operations? b. How much did BigBox invest in new capital expenditures over the last four years? c. Describe BigBox’s sources of financing in the financial markets over the last four years. d. Based solely on the cash flow statement for 2010 through 2013, write a brief narrative that
describes the major activities of BigBox’s management team over the last four years. Problem 4-25 Step 1
Step 11 Instructions to use the Solution Template
Enter the given values from the textbook on page 116 in the yellow colored cells below.
In Cell E52, Calculate Current ratio using formula "Current Assets / Current Liabilities"
In Cell E53, Calculate Times interest earned using formula "Net Operating Income/ Interest Expense"
In Cell E54, Calculate Inventory Turnover using formula "Cost of goods sold/ Inventory"
In Cell E55, Calculate Total Asset turn Over using formula "Net Sales / Total Assets"
In Cell E56, Calculate Operating Profit Margin using formula "Net Operating Income / Net Sales"
In Cell E57, Calculate Operating Return on Assets using formula "Net Operating Income / Total Assets"
In Cell E58, Calculate Debt Ratio using formula "( Current Liabilities + Long-term debt) / Total Assets"
In Cell E59, Calculate Average Collection Period using formula "( Accounts Receivable * 365 ) / Credit Sales "
In Cell E60, Calculate Fixed Asset Turnover using formula "Net Sales / Net Fixed Assets "
In Cell E61, Calculate Return on Equity using formula "Net Income / Owner’s Equity" Given
J. P. Robard Mfg., Inc.
Balance Sheet ($000)
Net fixed assets
Total assets Enter the given
values from the text
book here Accounts payable
Short-term notes payable
Total liabilities and owners’ equity
J. P. Robard Mfg., Inc.
Income Statement ($000)
Net sales (all credit)
Cost of goods sold
Operating expenses (includes $500 depreciation)
Net operating income
Earnings before taxes
Income taxes (40%)
Net income Solution
Times interest earned
Total asset turnover
Operating profit margin
Operating return on assets
Average collection period
Fixed asset turnover
Return on equity Current Ratio = Current Assets / Current
Times interest Earned= Net Operating Income/ Interest
Inventory Turnover= Cost of goods sold/
Total Asset turn Over = Net Sales / Total Assets
Operating Profit Margin = Net Operating Income / Net
Operating Return on Assets = Net Operating Income / Total
Debt Ratio = ( Current Liabilities + Long-term debt) / Total
Average Collection Period =( Accounts Receivable * 365 ) / Credit Sales
Fixed Asset Turnover = Net Sales / Net Fixed
Return on Equity = Net Income / Owner’s