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mergers and acquisitions financial modeling

Mergers & Acquisitions

Learn about mergers and acquisitions in detail including accounting issues, financial statements, PPA, fair market value and more.

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capital expenditures financial modeling

Capital Expenditures

Capital expenditures are amounts spent by companies to acquire tangible assets that will be used for more than one year in the operations of a business.

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enterprise value financial modeling

Enterprise Value

Enterprise Value represents the market value of all the operating assets of the firm, regardless of how they are funded.

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lease accounting standards financial modeling

Lease Accounting

A company can either buy or rent (lease) an asset. Why would a company choose to rent vs. own?

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income tax financial modeling

Income Tax

All companies calculate their income taxes using two sets of rules, accounting Rules (IFRS or US GAAP, depending on where the company is based) and tax rules (these are set by each country’s government tax agency).

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long term investment (LTI) financial modeling, balance sheet

Long Term Investments

There are different items that could be classified as a Long-Term Investment (“LTI”) on the balance sheet.

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equity value financial modeling

Equity Value

Equity value typically refers to the market value of a company’s common equity. It is the residual claim on the assets of a firm after all liabilities and any preferred shares are settled.

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earnings per share (EPS) financial modeling

Earnings Per Share

Earnings per share (EPS) is the portion of a company's profit over a reporting period allocated to each share of common stock outstanding on a time-weighted basis over that same period.

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pro forma multiples financial modeling

Pro Forma Multiples

Pro forma multiples adjust for corporate events in comparable analysis to avoid distortion. Adjustments include acquisitions, debt/equity offerings, stock repurchases, new asset investments, and legal settlements.

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noncontrolling interest financial modeling

Noncontrolling Interest

Noncontrolling Interest (NCI) is the portion of a company's consolidated subsidiaries that is owned by outside parties. It is an account that keeps track of the minority partner's share of earnings and is a non-cash adjustment to net income.

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