BEC 1132016

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  1. what are The two types of business valuation engagements outlined in the SSVS 1?

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    In a calculation engagement, the valuation analyst and the client agree upon the valuation methods and approaches to be used; therefore, the analyst is not free to use any approach or method available. The results are expressed in terms of a calculated valued and can be either a single number or a range. The premise of value can be either a going concern or liquidation.
    what are The two types of business valuation engagements outlined in the SSVS 1?

    In a valuation engagement, the valuation analyst is free to employ the use of any valuation approach or method that is professionally deemed appropriate under the circumstances. The results are expressed in terms of a conclusion of value and can either be a single number or a range. The premise of value can be either a going concern or liquidation.

    In a calculation engagement, the valuation analyst and the client agree upon the valuation methods and approaches to be used; therefore, the analyst is not free to use any approach or method available. The results are expressed in terms of a calculated valued and can be either a single number or a range. The premise of value can be either a going concern or liquidation.
  2. what are The two types of business valuation engagements outlined in the SSVS 1?

    In a valuation engagement, the valuation analyst is free to employ the use of any valuation approach or method that is professionally deemed appropriate under the circumstances. The results are expressed in terms of a conclusion of value and can either be a single number or a range. The premise of value can be either a going concern or liquidation.

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    what are The two types of business valuation engagements outlined in the SSVS 1?

    In a valuation engagement, the valuation analyst is free to employ the use of any valuation approach or method that is professionally deemed appropriate under the circumstances. The results are expressed in terms of a conclusion of value and can either be a single number or a range. The premise of value can be either a going concern or liquidation.

    In a calculation engagement, the valuation analyst and the client agree upon the valuation methods and approaches to be used; therefore, the analyst is not free to use any approach or method available. The results are expressed in terms of a calculated valued and can be either a single number or a range. The premise of value can be either a going concern or liquidation.
  3. what are The two types of business valuation engagements outlined in the SSVS 1?

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    what are The two types of business valuation engagements outlined in the SSVS 1?

    In a valuation engagement, the valuation analyst is free to employ the use of any valuation approach or method that is professionally deemed appropriate under the circumstances. The results are expressed in terms of a conclusion of value and can either be a single number or a range. The premise of value can be either a going concern or liquidation.

    In a calculation engagement, the valuation analyst and the client agree upon the valuation methods and approaches to be used; therefore, the analyst is not free to use any approach or method available. The results are expressed in terms of a calculated valued and can be either a single number or a range. The premise of value can be either a going concern or liquidation.
  4. The ----------------------- measures the percentage of total financing provided by creditors, in the form of debt, compared to financing by owners.
    The debt-to-equity ratio measures the percentage of total financing provided by creditors, in the form of debt, compared to financing by owners.
  5. What doe sthe debt to equity ratio measure?
    The debt-to-equity ratio measures the percentage of total financing provided by creditors, in the form of debt, compared to financing by owners.
  6. The ------------------------------------  measures the firm's ability to make required interest payments.
    The interest coverage ratio measures the firm's ability to make required interest payments.
  7. What does the interest coverage ratio measure?
    The interest coverage ratio measures the firm's ability to make required interest payments.
  8. The --------------------------- reflects the net income that accrues to owners.
    The return on equity reflects the net income that accrues to owners.
  9. what does return on equity reflect?
    The return on equity reflects the net income that accrues to owners.
  10. Sensitivity analysis in an investment project proposal:
    calculates the change in the result due to a potential change in the project's cash flows.
  11. -------------------- is a “what if?” technique that asks how a result will change if the original predicted data changes or if an underlying assumption changes.
    Sensitivity analysis is a “what if?” technique that asks how a result will change if the original predicted data changes or if an underlying assumption changes.
  12. A decision table indicates the:
    alternative logic conditions and actions to be taken in a program.
  13. --------------- is the process of modifying application software, including requesting a change, reviewing the effectiveness of the change, approving the change, and implementing the change.is the process of modifying application software, including requesting a change, reviewing the effectiveness of the change, approving the change, and implementing the change.
    Change control is the process of modifying application software, including requesting a change, reviewing the effectiveness of the change, approving the change, and implementing the change.
  14. A profit-maximizing firm operating in a competitive market in the short run will increase output:
    as long as marginal revenue is greater than marginal costs.
  15. The alternative (which is normally used in high-speed automated environments) of delaying journal entries until after the physical sequences have occurred is referred to as --------------------------
    The alternative (which is normally used in high-speed automated environments) of delaying journal entries until after the physical sequences have occurred is referred to as backflush costing.
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