Horizontal analysis - total current liabilities, Financial Accounting

1. Complete a horizontal analysis using the dollar and percent change in the following items from the preceding year to the current year: (one typed page: use a table format with four columns:  Last year, Current year, $ Change (+/-), % Change (+/-))

a)      Cash

b)      Total Current Assets

c)      Total Assets

d)     Total Current Liabilities

e)      Total Liabilities

f)       Total Stockholders' Equity

g)      Number of Shares Outstanding

h)      Net Revenues

i)        Gross Margin

j)        Operating Expenses

k)      Operating Margin

l)        Interest Expense

m)    Net Income

n)      Earnings Per Share

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