B. Liquidity Ratios
1. Current Ratio
2. Quick Ratio
C. Asset Utilization Ratio
1. Inventory Turnover Ratio
2. Day Sales Outstanding Ratio
3. Fixed Asset Turnover Ratio
4. Total Asset Turnover Ratio
D. Debt Management Ratio
1. Debt Ratio
A. Objective of Financial Statement Analysis
B. Limitations of Financial Statement Analysis
C. Practical Steps in Analyzing Financial Statements
D. Tips in Assessing the Financial Statements
A. Financial Statements
-Statement of Financial Position
-Statement of Financial Performance
-Statement of Changes in Equity
-Statement of Cash Flows
-Notes to the Financial Statements
B. Users of Financial Statements
C. Enhancing Qualitative Characteristics of Financial Statement
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