Financial and managerial accounting, Financial Accounting

You have been hired as consultants to advise Mr D of DN Company limited on the performance of his company which has been  in business for two years. He has provided you with a subset of his financial statements.

DN Company Limited
 
Profit and Loss Account
    For the year ended 31 March 2012.

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