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Interpreting a Balance Sheet

Interpreting a Balance Sheet
Created by Quizmagic Team on Jan 21, 2013 01:03 PM.
How well do you understand Balance Sheets? Can you read a company's balance sheet and interpret it correctly?
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Sample Questions

Question 1
In valuing an enterprise that is to be wound up, which of the following balance sheet figures is likely to be particularly misleading?
current liabilities
fixed assets
current assets
fixed liabilities
Question 2
A company has shareholders' funds of US$ 10,000, has fixed liabilities of US$ 10,000, pays US$ 1,000 interest on fixed liabilities, makes a profit before tax of US$ 3,000 and pays US$ 1,000 in tax. The return on total investment would be:
26.2317 per cent
20 per cent
15 per cent
25 per cent
Question 3
If a company has shareholders' funds of US$ 10,000, has fixed liabilities of US$ 10,000, pays US$ 1,000 interest on fixed liabilities, makes a profit before tax of US$ 3,000 and pays US$ 1,000 in tax, return on shareholders' funds expressed as a percentage is:
15 per cent
10 per cent
20 per cent
30 per cent
Question 4
In calculating the return on total investment, "return" means:
net profit after tax + interest on fixed liabilities
net profit after tax
profit before tax + interest on fixed liabilities
profit before tax
Question 5
Return on total long-term investment is calculated by dividing profit before tax + interest on fixed liabilities by:
shareholders' funds + owners' equity
shareholders' funds + fixed liabilities
total outside liabilities
shareholders' funds + current liabilities
Question 6
Return on total investment and return on shareholders' funds are two useful measures of:
a company's cost of borrowing
solvency
profitability
liquidity
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