Common-size analysis, Financial Management

Common-size Analysis

• Prepare a Common-size Analysis for the Balance Sheet and Income Statement

• This should include about 12 accounts in the Balance Sheet and about 10 Income Statement accounts.

o Choose major accounts that would be important.

o I recommend you look at the accounts in Hoovers Business Records for your company to find major accounts.

• Format your graphs so they can be read. You may need more than one graph if it is too crowded.

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