Management and operational control, Financial Accounting

Management and operational control: Cost of goods sold and gross margin analysis, profit as net income analysis, operating expense analysis, contribution analysis and analysis of working capital.

By point of view of Owner, Net profit to net worth, net profit obtainable to, equity shareholders to equity share capital, cash flow per share, dividends per share and earnings per share.

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