According to the _____ method of accounting, revenues are recognized when they are earned, and payment is reasonably assured

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The _____ shows the cash flowing in and out of a firm through its operating, investing, and financing activities.

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According to the _____ method of accounting, revenues are recognized when they are earned, and payment is reasonably assured

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The _____ summarizes a firm’s financial position at a specific point in time (i.e., a specific quarter or year).

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As a _____ you work within an organization, preparing reports and analyzing financial information such as budgets and cost management.

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While _____ is concerned with preparing financial statements for external stakeholders according to a fixed schedule, _____  provides information to internal stakeholders on an “as needed” basis.

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_____ compares information contained in a firm’s financial statements over a period of two or more years.

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_____ addresses the needs of the external stakeholders, including stockholders, creditors, and government regulators.
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Accountants define cost as

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_____ is a technique used by managerial accountants to assign product costs based on links between activities that drive costs and the production of specific products.

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_____ provide reports, information, and analysis to managers to assist them with making better informed decisions.

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_____ are companies that provide short-term financing to firms by purchasing accounts receivable at a discount.

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A _____ is used to predict when a firm will likely experience temporary shortages or surpluses of cash.

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When a firm reinvests some of its net income rather than distributing it to owners, the result is an increase in the firm’s

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For financial managers to be socially responsible, it requires them
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_____ ratios measure the ability of an organization to convert assets into the cash it needs to pay off liabilities that come due in the next year.
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In its narrowest sense, a firm’s _____ consists of its holdings of currency and demand deposits.

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_____ represent(s) funds that arise as a natural result of a firm’s business operations without the need for special arrangements.
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_____ is the functional area of business that is responsible for finding, among many alternatives, the best sources of funds and the best way to use them.

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Historically the most widely accepted goal of financial management is
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_____ consist(s) of short-term unsecured promissory notes issued by financial institutions and other major corporations.

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The _____ is a broad stock index that includes many of the largest and best-known United States corporations.

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The _____ dealt mainly with the regulation of secondary securities markets and created the _____.

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For the past several decades, the _____ and _____ were the two largest securities exchanges in the United States.

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Before going public, a firm must file a registration statement with the

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A stock _____ is a short combination of letters used to identify the stock of a particular company.

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In the _____, corporations raise additional financial capital by issuing and selling new securities, while in the _____, investors trade previously issued securities.

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_____ are the after-tax distribution of profits to corporate owners.

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On financial websites you can find

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The exact date when the issuing firm must repay the principal to a bondholder is known as the bond’s  _____ date.

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Investors who use analytical techniques to try to predict when prices of particular stocks are likely to rise and fall, are relying on