Accounting and Financial Statements Non-Profit Term Paper

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As a customer, I will expect quality services from BDO.

Mutual funds portfolio turnover is one of the easily explained investment qualities for investors. While expressed as percentages, it shows the portion of securities in the fund's portfolio of those sold and bought in a year. All these information is found in the reports and financial statements we present. When the lower percentage figure is reported, it will equate to a long portfolio-holding period. For example, if the turnover is 10% it means that the portfolio would be reconstituted after five years. On the other hand, when the turnover is 100% the portfolio will be reconstituted in one year. I will select one with 100% turnover because it can be reconstituted in a period of only one year (Feldman & Libman, 2011, p. 43). This will be economical and profitable instead of waiting for a long period to be reconstituted.

When coffee is treated a commodity in the market place, it will get solutions to problems, develop strategies for thriving and surviving as business, and develop strong relationships. In addition, they can understand various challenges through frequent visits. There will be a little variation in the prices of coffee when compared between being a local commodity and when taken to market place. The coffee business will be successful as it will grow and flourish. This is because they serve high quality and fresh coffee together with beans roasted by New Harvest to customers. The investment criteria to be considered include earnings growth showing the rate at which the earnings grow in an organization. Before investing, one should consider the earnings growth because he/she can predict the growth of the business (Epstein, 2012, p. 72). Market size should be considered because the success of the product depends on the strategies adopted. This should be considered to know the amount of products to be produced or acquired for a given period. A dividend is another item to be considered realized by determining the dividends that stakeholders earned before investing in it. The amount of the recent earnings, this shows the performance of the organization.

References

Feldman, M. & Libman, a. (2011) Crash Course in Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis. Brooklyn, NY: John Wiley & Sons.

Epstein, L. (2012). The Business Owner's Guide to Reading and Understanding Financial Statements: How to…

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References

Feldman, M. & Libman, a. (2011) Crash Course in Accounting and Financial Statement Analysis. Brooklyn, NY: John Wiley & Sons.

Epstein, L. (2012). The Business Owner's Guide to Reading and Understanding Financial Statements: How to Budget, Forecast, and Monitor Cash Flow for Better Decision Making. Brooklyn, NY: John Wiley & Sons

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