Short-term assets and short-term debt-paying ability

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Prepare an evaluation that compares the financial performance of two companies of your choice

Part 1: Liquidity Ratios Review the ratios related to the liquidity of short-term assets and short-term debt-paying ability. Select which liquidity ratios would be beneficial for a manager, investor, and creditor. Be sure to consider that a financial analyst uses multiple calculations to evaluate financial performance. Typically, one source of data is not reliable research. Compute the selected ratios. For each lens, provide a 250-500 word summary as to why these selected ratios are beneficial and what they reveal about both companies performance. Provide copies of financial statements using a link. Show your work. Explain any discrepancies, difficulties with data, or other relevant issues. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required. Prepare your responses in Excel with each ratio on a separate tab. Include your summary on a separate tab in Excel.

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Debt-Paying Ratios Review the ratios related to debt. Select which debt ratios would be beneficial for a manager, investor, and creditor. Be sure to consider that a financial analyst uses multiple calculations to evaluate financial performance. Typically, one source of data is not reliable research. Compute the selected ratios. For each lens (manager, investor, and creditor), provide a 250-500 word summary as to why these selected ratios are beneficial and what they reveal about both companies performance.. Provide copies of financial statements using a link. Show your work. Explain any discrepancies, difficulties with data, or other relevant issues. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required. This assignment uses a rubric.

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