Financial Analysis with Microsoft Excel 2007

Author: Timothy R. Mayes,Todd M. Shank

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 1439040370

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 480

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Help your students master THE calculating tool of choice for today’s financial professionals -- Excel -- while gaining a strong foundation in corporate finance. With Mayes/Shank’s FINANCIAL ANALYSIS WITH MICROSOFT EXCEL 2007, 5th Edition, you can take your students to a new level of proficiency in using Excel 2007 to solve real financial problems. The book’s solid content covers all of the topics from today’s corporate finance course, including financial statements, budgets, the Market Security Line, pro forma statements, cost of capital, equities, and debt. A reader-friendly, self-directed learning approach and numerous study tools make this book an ideal resource for independent learning as well as a valuable long-term reference tool. Because today’s typical students enter college with basic spreadsheet skills, this new edition takes learning to a new level -- covering the basics early and moving quickly into many of the more advanced and most powerful features of Excel. The book’s easy-to-understand presentation helps students build upon or transfer skills from other spreadsheet programs as they establish a strong understand of contemporary corporate finance. Give your students the valuable, highly marketable skills in Excel and corporate finance that they need to succeed now and throughout their careers with the latest in Mayes/Shank’s FINANCIAL ANALYSIS WITH MICROSOFT EXCEL 2007, 5th Edition. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
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Financial Analysis with Microsoft Excel 2016, 8E

Author: Timothy R. Mayes,Todd M. Shank

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 1337298042

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 544

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Taking your spreadsheet skills to the next level, Mayes/Shank's FINANCIAL ANALYSIS WITH MICROSOFT EXCEL 2016, 8E, equips you with a solid foundation in corporate finance while helping you master the tools professionals use every day. It delivers thorough coverage of financial statements, cash budgets, time series forecasting, the Security Market Security Line, pro forma financial statements, cost of capital, VBA programming, Pivot Tables, and Get & Transform tools (formerly known as Power Query). With its unique self-directed learning approach, this reader-friendly book is an ideal resource for independent learning and a valuable reference tool. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
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Corporate Financial Analysis with Microsoft Excel

Author: Francis Clauss

Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

ISBN: 0071628843

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 512

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Corporate Financial Analysis with Microsoft® Excel® visualizes spreadsheets as an effective management tool both for financial analysis and for coordinating its results and actions with marketing, sales, production and service operations, quality control, and other business functions. Taking an integrative view that promotes teamwork across corporate functions and responsibilities, the book contains dozens of charts, diagrams, and actual Excel® screenshots to reinforce the practical applications of every topic it covers. The first two sections— Financial Statements and Cash Budgeting— explain how to use spreadsheets for: Preparing income statements, balance sheets, and cash flow statements Performing vertical and horizontal analyses of financial statements Determining financial ratios and analyzing their trends and significance Combining quantitative and judgmental techniques to improve forecasts of sales revenues and customer demands Calculating and applying the time value of money Managing inventories, safety stocks, and the allocation of resources The third and final section—Capital Budgeting— covers capital structure, the cost of capital, and leverage; the basics of capital budgeting, including taxes and depreciation; applications, such as new facilities, equipment replacement, process improvement, leasing versus buying, and nonresidential real estate; and risk analysis of capital budgets and the potential impacts of unforeseen events. Corporate Financial Analysis with Microsoft® Excel® takes a broad view of financial functions and responsibilities in relation to those of other functional parts of modern corporations, and it demonstrates how to use spreadsheets to integrate and coordinate them. It provides many insightful examples and case studies of real corporations, including Wal- Mart, Sun Microsystems, Nike, H. J. Heinz, Dell, Microsoft, Apple Computer, and IBM. Corporate Financial Analysis with Microsoft® Excel® is the ideal tool for managing your firm’s short-term operations and long-term capital investments.
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Studyguide for Financial Analysis with Microsoft Excel 2007 by Mayes, Timothy R.

Author: Cram101 Textbook Reviews,Cram101 Textbook Reviews Staff

Publisher: Cram101

ISBN: 9781478478065

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Page: 90

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Never HIGHLIGHT a Book Again Includes all testable terms, concepts, persons, places, and events. Cram101 Just the FACTS101 studyguides gives all of the outlines, highlights, and quizzes for your textbook with optional online comprehensive practice tests. Only Cram101 is Textbook Specific. Accompanies: 9780872893795. This item is printed on demand.
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Business Analysis with Microsoft Excel

Author: Conrad George Carlberg

Publisher: Que Publishing

ISBN: 9780789725523

Category: Computers

Page: 489

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Provides information on the use of Excel in financial statements and analysis, financial planning and control, investment decisions, and sales and marketing.
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Hands-On Financial Modeling with Microsoft Excel 2019

Build practical models for forecasting, valuation, trading, and growth analysis using Excel 2019

Author: Shmuel Oluwa

Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 1789531632

Category: Computers

Page: 292

View: 7994

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Explore the aspects of financial modeling with the help of clear and easy-to-follow instructions and a variety of Excel features, functions, and productivity tips Key Features A non data professionals guide to exploring Excel's financial functions and pivot tables Learn to prepare various models for income and cash flow statements, and balance sheets Learn to perform valuations and identify growth drivers with real-world case studies Book Description Financial modeling is a core skill required by anyone who wants to build a career in finance. Hands-On Financial Modeling with Microsoft Excel 2019 examines various definitions and relates them to the key features of financial modeling with the help of Excel. This book will help you understand financial modeling concepts using Excel, and provides you with an overview of the steps you should follow to build an integrated financial model. You will explore the design principles, functions, and techniques of building models in a practical manner. Starting with the key concepts of Excel, such as formulas and functions, you will learn about referencing frameworks and other advanced components of Excel for building financial models. Later chapters will help you understand your financial projects, build assumptions, and analyze historical data to develop data-driven models and functional growth drivers. The book takes an intuitive approach to model testing, along with best practices and practical use cases. By the end of this book, you will have examined the data from various use cases, and you will have the skills you need to build financial models to extract the information required to make informed business decisions. What you will learn Identify the growth drivers derived from processing historical data in Excel Use discounted cash flow (DCF) for efficient investment analysis Build a financial model by projecting balance sheets, profit, and loss Apply a Monte Carlo simulation to derive key assumptions for your financial model Prepare detailed asset and debt schedule models in Excel Discover the latest and advanced features of Excel 2019 Calculate profitability ratios using various profit parameters Who this book is for This book is for data professionals, analysts, traders, business owners, and students, who want to implement and develop a high in-demand skill of financial modeling in their finance, analysis, trading, and valuation work. This book will also help individuals that have and don't have any experience in data and stats, to get started with building financial models. The book assumes working knowledge with Excel.
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Excel 2007: Financial Analysis

Author: Cortés Farey

Publisher: Smart eBook Shop

ISBN: N.A

Category: Computers

Page: 49

View: 7447

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Numbers and financial data drives today's business world and Excel 2007: Financial Analysis can help decode this information. The proper understanding of these numbers, and the formulas behind them, can be the gateway to corporate and personal success. Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional) Cortés Farey teaches basic fluency in corporate finance, enabling users to see the meaning behind essential financial calculations. Cortés explains how to review formulas to ensure they have the proper inputs and shows how to interpret formula output. He also covers how to calculate leverage ratios and amortization and depreciation schedules, as well as forecast future growth. Exercise files accompany this course. Topics include: • Building a financial worksheet with Pivot Tables Reviewing financial statements through common-sized balance sheets Calculating percentage change over time in financial statements Determining profitability ratios and return on investments Studying liquidity and activity ratios through an average collection period Computing the future value of an investment This course will show you how to implement several ratio and interest rate calculations, as well as look at several techniques for predicting future performance and analysing bond investments. Financial analysis in Excel requires a basic knowledge of implementing formulas and formatting data in an Excel worksheet. If you are not familiar with these areas, you might want to check out Excel Essential Training before watching this course. As a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional, our goal in this course is to help you unlock Excel's ability to support your work as a financial analyst. The skills acquired from this version are mostly applicable to newer versions of Excel. If you think that Microsoft Excel is only for business purposes, you are wrong. Many use it for various personal needs at home too. Some of the features that you should understand about Microsoft Excel to unlock the potentiality of this application are working with spreadsheets, cell formatting, various menus and toolbars, entering of data and editing the same, navigating between various spreadsheets, formula calculation, inserting various functions like date/time, mathematical functions, using of various charts that are available, inserting, editing and deleting comments on cells, etc. Computer Based Training (CBT) is a way to master MS Excel. This is where you take your own time to master the application. With the help of CBT, you get realistic, interactive and complete training. You get to learn right from what a beginner should learn to advanced level. Once the training is over, you would have mastered Microsoft Excel. You get to see simulations of Microsoft Excel application software. Some CBT also offer review quiz questions to gauge your understanding. CBT generally offer interactive, complete and comprehensive training. As it offers practice questions, you will be able to understand better and gain confidence in using the application. According to me, this is one of the best ways to learn Microsoft Excel. The concept of spreadsheeting has been around for hundreds of years. The process can be described as the ability to arrange numbers, characters and other objects into rows and columns. It is most common that spreadsheets only contain numbers and text. The software version of spreadsheeting basically takes the manual processes described above and puts them into an electronic format. Whilst the accounting industry which most commonly uses spreadsheets they can be used in any situation.
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