Are you a business owner looking to understand receivables in accounting? We cover ASC 310, accounting for receivables, and managing cash flow.
Driver-based planning is a process for modeling business performance based on the key levers that are most impactful to the organization.
Dive into the world of annual reports with me! This guide is your key to unlocking the mysteries of business finance. With step-by-step walkthroughs, relatable examples and a sprinkle of humor, we’ll turn this daunting task into an empowering journey.
Beta is a measure of how volatile a security’s returns are relative to the entire market. A company with a high beta has greater risk and also greater expected returns.
Alpha is a statistic that investors use to measure how their investments are performing as compared to a benchmark index. For example, if an investment has an alpha of 1, it means that the investment return outperformed the market average by 1%.
How successful are your advertising strategies? Determining the advertising to sales ratio, also called the “A to S” for short, can give you an idea of how effective your advertising campaigns are in generating new sales.
Do you know what the acid test ratio is? Also known as the quick ratio, this liquidity metric measures how well a company can cover its short-term liabilities with its short-term assets.
The Accounts Receivable to Sales Ratio is a key business metric that can tell you a lot about your company’s liquidity. In this blog post, we will discuss what the Accounts Receivable to Sales Ratio is and how to use it.
Reading financial statements is a core skill for financial professionals. Let’s walk through where to find financial statements for a company and how to review each one.
Time series forecasting uses historical activity to predict future results. Let’s walk through how this type of forecasting works, the data needed, and an example to put it into practice.