A Project report on customer Attitudes and Preference of Sanitary wares of swastik sanitary wares ltd.
The term working capital is the difference between current assets to current liabilities. The need for working capital in a corporate needs no explanation. The working capital is needed for stock of raw materials, work-in-progress, finished goods, book debts and cash balances. Thus, a part of investment in current assets is generally financed by credit availed from suppliers of services… Read moreNotes on Working Capital
Ppt Presentation on Receivable Management
Ppt Presentation on Inventory Management MEANING OF INVENTORY •The meaning of inventory is ‘stock of goods’. In accounting language it may include: •(a)RAW MATERIAL: They are required to carry out production activities uninterruptedly. •(b)WORK-IN-PROGRESS: It is a stage of stocks between raw material & finished goods. •(c)CONSUMABLES: These are needed to smoothen the process of production. •(d)FINISHED GOODS: These are… Read morePpt Presentation on Inventory Management
Ppt presentation on Cash Management
Dividend: The term dividend refers to that part of profits of accompany which is distributed by the company among its shareholders. It is the reward of the shareholders for investments made by them in the shares of the company. Dividend theories: The Irrelevance Concept of Dividend or the Theory of Irrelevance The Relevance Concept of Dividend or the Theory of… Read moreNotes on Dividend Theory
Ppt presentation and Notes on Capital Structure. CAPITAL STRUCTURE Capitalization refers to the total amount of securities issued by a company while capital structure refers to the kinds of securities and the proportionate amounts that make up capitalization. For raising long term finances, a company can issue three types of securities viz., Equity shares, Preference shares and debentures. A decision… Read morePpt presentation and Notes on Capital Structure.
Ppt and Notes on Capital Budgeting CAPITAL BUDGETING ‘Capital budgeting’ (or investment appraisal) is the planning process used to determine whether a firm’s long term investments such as new machinery, replacement machinery, new plants, new products, and research and development projects are worth pursuing. Many formal methods are used in capital budgeting, including the techniques such as 1. Discounted cash… Read morePpt and Notes on Capital Budgeting
Ppt Presentation on Cost of Capital and Leverage Cost of Capital Â—The Cost of Capital is the minimum rate of return a firm can earn on its investment. Â—Capital (money) used for funding a business should earn returns for the capital providers who risk their capital. For an investment to be worthwhile, the expected return on capital must be greater… Read morePpt Presentation on Cost of Capital and Leverage