How to Analyze Financial Statements is a comprehensive book for professional accountants and students of commerce and finance. The book takes a practical approach to the analysis of financial records, giving the readers an understanding of how one can maintain efficient records which reflect the financial transactions of one's company. The book covers the types of assets, how to value them and how one goes about liquidating them and assessing the risks involved. It also takes readers through debt, debt risks, entity values and the usage of value. This latest volume updates readers about all critical queries which are paramount to all firms across the world, and it gives readers an understanding of index-based common size figures of real-life companies. The book is an essential resource for all accountants.
About the Authors
N. Ramachandran is an Indian academician, a Fellow of the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta and of AIT Bangkok, and currently the Director of Kochi Business School.
Ram Kumar Kakani is an Indian academician, and the Professor at Lal Bahadur Shastri national Academy of Administration, with a vast experience in the professional world of business.
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