Analysis of the financial results, Financial Accounting

An introduction to the company, which focuses on the context in which the company operates:

• Ownership, development and location;

• Resources, processes and employment;

• Markets and its marketing mix;

• The business environment(s) in which the firm operates.

The presentation of the financial results of the company;

An analysis of the financial results, in the company's context.

Your conclusions as to the health and prospects of the company, and recommendations as to their future direction, with a discussion as to how that might impact on the following year's budget.

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