Calculate the return on sales and asset turnover, Financial Accounting

Calculate the Return on Sales and Asset Turnover

1. Complete a trend analysis for the items below for the last three years using the earliest year as the base year.

  1. Cash
  2. Total Current Assets
  3. Total Assets
  4. Total Current Liabilities
  5. Total Liabilities
  6. Total Stockholders' Equity

2. Complete a vertical analysis for the Balance Sheet and Income Statement.

3. Calculate the ratios in the attachment for the last three years. Include a DuPont Analysis of ROE including computations of Return on Sales, Asset Turnover, and Return on Assets, Financial Leverage, and Return on Equity.

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