Objectives of financial statement analysis, Accounting Basics

OBJECTIVES OF FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS

Financial Statements are analyzed by dissimilar users for dissimilar purposes. Some of the purposes are as under-

1. To recognize and approximation the present and potential profitability/earning ability of the enterprise

2. To aid in economic decision making

3. To estimate and understand the financial performance and position of the concern

4. To calculate the effectiveness of business operations

5. To compute and analyze the different financial ratios and flow of funds/cash

6. To recognize areas of mismanagement and possible danger so that corrective actions can be taken

7. To resolve the preservation of financial leverage by the project

8. To establish the movement of inventory in the enterprise

9. To recognize diversion of funds etc.

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