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  1. Managing Financial Resources and Decisions BY

  2. TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction ......................................................................................................................................3 Task 1 ...............................................................................................................................................3 Sources of Finance .......................................................................................................................3 Implications of Sources of Finance .............................................................................................4 Appropriate Source of Finance ....................................................................................................5 Task 2 ...............................................................................................................................................5 Cost of Sources of Finance ..........................................................................................................5 Importance of financial planning .................................................................................................6 Information Needs of different decision makers .........................................................................7 Impact of sources of finance on financial statements ..................................................................7 Task 3 ...............................................................................................................................................8 Analysis of Budget .......................................................................................................................8 Calculation of Unit Cost ..............................................................................................................8 Investment Appraisal Techniques ................................................................................................9 Task 4 .............................................................................................................................................11 Financial Statements ..................................................................................................................11 Comparison of formats of financial statements for different business ......................................12 Interpretation of Financial Statements using ratio analysis .......................................................12 Conclusion .....................................................................................................................................16 References ......................................................................................................................................17 Toll Free No. +44 203 3555 345 Mail Us: help@globalassignmenthelp.com Global Assignment Help has been a constant performer in providing exclusive quality assignment help services to the students.

  3. INTRODUCTION Finance is the basic need of an organisation to run a business. An organisation needs sufficient funds to achieve their organisational goals. Besides this, the important function of the organization is to manage funds because proper fund management will lead the company towards success and improper management will have negative impact on the working and efficiency of the company (Rigby, 2011). Thus, company must take proper measures for managing financial resources and it should exercise due care while taking decisions so that it will help the company to grow. Sweet Menu Restaurant Ltd. is a reputable restaurant in East London. Partners of the organisation are planning for expansion of business and for the same, they require funds. The Current project gives description about various sources available for fund raising, their implications, cost associated with them, what factors are required to be considered while taking decisions in selecting sources of finance. In addition to this, it also evaluates the financial statements including ratio analysis and takes the decision on the basis of study done above. TASK 1 1.1 Sources of Finance Sweet Menu Restaurant Ltd. needs to raise funds for the purpose of expanding business. For the same, following sources are available from where funds can be raised. These are divided into two parts such as internal and external- Internal sources of finance Working Capital Adjustment Working capital refers to current assets and current liabilities of the company which help in meeting short term requirements (Dlabay and Burrow, 2007). Thus, management can raise funds by making adjustments in its working capital by either delaying payments to its suppliers or receiving amount from its debtors before due date of their payment or by reducing the stock level. Sale of Assets Toll Free No. +44 203 3555 345 Mail Us: help@globalassignmenthelp.com Global Assignment Help has been a constant performer in providing exclusive quality assignment help services to the students.

  4. Funds can be raised by the company by selling its assets which are of less use or no use for the company or instead of selling the same, company has an option to give the asset on lease for receiving lease rentals against it (Komissarov, 2014). Retained Earning Profits re-invested by the company in the business instead of distributing it to various stakeholders is termed as retained earnings (Booker, 2006). Sweet Menu Restaurant Ltd. can raise funds by using retained earnings as it isprofits which are not used by business. External sources of finance Equity Equity refers to capital of owners. Sweet manu can raise funds either through fresh issue of shares or by increasing existing share capital receiving amount from shareholders. Issuing shares in return entitling them a share in the earnings of the company or by entitling them the rights over payment of dividend before ordinary shareholders (Fridson and Alvarez, 2011). Debt Funds can be raised from financial institution or any third party by paying them certain financial cost for a definite period in the form of interest. These can be in the form of loans, debentures, bonds, borrowing from friends, etc., thus Sweet Menu Restaurant Ltd. use debt sources for raising funds (Magner and et. al., 2006). Bank Overdraft Bank overdraft is when banks give facility to its customers to withdraw amount more than available balance from their current accounts. A limit is fixed by the banker upto which the customer can overdraw from its account (Gudov, 2013). 1.2 Implications of Sources of Finance Sweet Menu Restaurant Ltd. has various sources available to raise funds, but each source will have its different implication on working and growth of the company and further it has its advantages and disadvantages (Gotze, Northcott and Schuster, 2015). Like, equity capital when increased will increase wealth of the company but it may make reduction in the per share Toll Free No. +44 203 3555 345 Mail Us: help@globalassignmenthelp.com Global Assignment Help has been a constant performer in providing exclusive quality assignment help services to the students.

  5. earning., dividend to be distributed will be increased and Control of theSweet Menu Restaurant Ltd. may be in many new hands with increase in shareholders. On the other hand, debt funds if used to raise funds will increase long term obligations of the company with increase in finance cost and will affect the profitability of the company. There is an obligation on the company to regular pay the finance cost otherwise additional cost may also incur. While availing bank overdraft facility, customer can withdraw amount only up to the limit given by banker and it is a short term obligation which imposes interest on the company at a rate higher than the term loan interest rates. Working Capital adjustments has its own implications as to make agree the creditors and debtors for delay/early payment is another difficult task as why will someone agree to delay its payment or make early payment (Vandyck, 2006). It will also have a negative effect on companies' relation with its debtors or creditors, also when stock level is reduced, storage cost will be reduced but company must also be very careful so that demand of the customers does not get affected. Use of retained earnings is another issue because shareholders have to give up their dividends to retain the same in business, as it is not easy for an individual give up their share of earnings. Sale of assets on the other hand might reduce productivity of the company although other cost are reduced like depreciation on such assets (Ilter, 2014). SAMPLE ON MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING, FOR ASSIGNMENT HELP KINDLY CONTACT AT: HELP@GLOBALASSIGNMENTHELP.COM Toll Free No. +44 203 3555 345 Mail Us: help@globalassignmenthelp.com Global Assignment Help has been a constant performer in providing exclusive quality assignment help services to the students.

  6. 1.3 Appropriate Source of Finance Sweet Menu Restaurant Ltd. while selecting sources through which it can raise funds has to consider advantages and disadvantages of it and it should also consider the impact which it will have on the business. As per the sources available to Sweet Menu Restaurant Ltd. and considering their implications mentioned in the above section, company should raise funds by taking secured loan from financial institution. It is because, Sweet Menu Restaurant Ltd. has been in existence for years and has maintained a good name, also asset position of the company is good and this will help the company in easily availing the loan from the financial institution (Bondt and et. al., 2010). Company along with long term loans should avail the facility of bank overdraft from its bank by withdrawing more than the available balance. Although, interest is chargeable at much higher rate but there is no need to provide any security for availing services of bank overdraft and also company can adjust the overdraft amount at the end of every month. Furthermore share capital as external source of finance is also appropriate source. It is because it helps management to arrange necessary ling term capital in order to expands business in the marketplace. It helps to increase capital of the firm so as to increase overall rate of return and meet organizational objectives in right manner on right time. On the other hand retained profit is also appropriate source as it does not generate any cost. However, opportunity cost is paid by corporation after investment of retained profit in other business activities company cannot have enough money for existing business activities. TASK 2 2.1 Cost of Sources of Finance Funds can be raised through various sources available to a company and each source carry a cost along with it whether it is cost of equity or any opportunity cost. At the time of Toll Free No. +44 203 3555 345 Mail Us: help@globalassignmenthelp.com Global Assignment Help has been a constant performer in providing exclusive quality assignment help services to the students.

  7. issuing the equity share, the company is required company to pay dividend to its shareholders. BY considering this aspect, cost while raising funds through issue of equity will be the dividends required to be paid on such issue. When a company raises fund through debt sources available, whether through term loans or issue of debentures, it obliges a company to pay interest on the debt fund at a pre determined rate by the lender or by the debenture holder (Assibey, Bokpin and Twerefou, 2012). Retained earnings if used by the company to raise funds will also involve opportunity cost to the shareholders because profit will not be distributed to them as dividend. Stock Level reduction involves cost equivalent to loss to the company if demand of the customers are not met. In the given scenario, company chooses term loan and bank overdraft facility as the sources from which it can raise fund. When funds are raised by taking term loan from financial institutions, it poses an obligation on the company to pay finance cost in the form of interest to be paid over the loan period and related processing charges (Baker and Mukherjee, 2007). Same goes with Bank overdraft, company has to pay interest cost and high banking charges while availing the facility of the overdraft. In addition to this, management of Sweet Menu Restaurant Ltd. Need to pay dividend on issue of ordinary share or right share. On the other hand, retained profit will also create opportunity cost. It is because cost incur in one alternative lost the chances for the use of the same in another alternative. Owing to this, cost of financial resources need to be assessed in advance so as to determine growth ans success of Sweet Menu Restaurant Ltd. In the marketplace. 2.2 Importance of financial planning Financial planning involves formation of different strategies so that financial assets of the company are used in the correct manner so as to meet the organisational goals. In addition to this it makes changes in the spending pattern, if company feels the need of the same to function in a better manner. Financial planning is nothing but pre planning as how and in what manner company will spend its funds to reach goals of the organisation (Flamholtz and Kurland, 2006). Toll Free No. +44 203 3555 345 Mail Us: help@globalassignmenthelp.com Global Assignment Help has been a constant performer in providing exclusive quality assignment help services to the students.

  8. Financial planning is very important to every organisation because pre planning forms a correct basis for decision taking and company can easily monitor results of such planning that either plan which is made is appropriate or modifications are required to be made in it. Financial planning will help Sweet Menu Restaurant Ltd. to establish their organisational goals whether short term or long term. It will also help the company to monitor elements and areas which involve more cash flows and help the company to take proper actions so that cash outflows can be reduced. As company is thinking to start new business project, planning will help them to decide the amount of expenditure required to be incurred by the company so as to target large public by using the media advertisements, etc (Assibey, Bokpin and Twerefou, 2012). Financial planning helps the firm to form a proper capital structure. It also assist the company to decide suitable investment policy to invest in which it will generate more income as compared to other by involving less cost and will help companies to grow. Financial planning helps a company to carry out its functions smoothly. On the basis of the financial planning done, all other financial activities can be checked for further modifications (Notes to the Financial Statements, 2014).Financial planning assist the company to utilize their funds in a proper manner by forming different policies so as to gain advantage over their competitors, even planning also aids the organization to manage their income so as proper tax planning can be done by the company to reduce the tax payment liability. SAMPLE ON MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING, FOR ASSIGNMENT HELP KINDLY CONTACT AT: HELP@GLOBALASSIGNMENTHELP.COM Toll Free No. +44 203 3555 345 Mail Us: help@globalassignmenthelp.com Global Assignment Help has been a constant performer in providing exclusive quality assignment help services to the students.

  9. 2.3 Information Needs of different decision makers Financial Information of an organisation is required by various decision makers, besides owners and employees, there are many other individuals present like suppliers or Account receivables who are affected by working and decisions undertaken by the company. They need information related to company because in some or the other way, they are related to the organisation i.e. companies growth or survival will have an impact on them also (Lindholm and Suomala, 2007). Owners are the ultimate decision makers of the organisation. They need information related to the company because they had invested their amount in the company and are entitled to the share in the earnings of the organization. With increase or decrease in growth and profitability of the company, their share will also vary due to this aspect they need information of the company to know that whether is company is growing or not (Flamholtz and Kurland, 2006). Employees are the individual who work within the organisation and for the organisation. Employees need information so as to know that how the organisation is growing for which they are working because their growth is aligned with companies growth. Toll Free No. +44 203 3555 345 Mail Us: help@globalassignmenthelp.com Global Assignment Help has been a constant performer in providing exclusive quality assignment help services to the students.

  10. Suppliers are the persons who supply goods or any asset or anything to the company on credit terms i.e. payment is due to them (Baker and Mukherjee, 2007). They require information of the company to know that whether the company will be able to pay amount due to them. Financial institutions include banks and other institutions who had lend certain amount to the company and in return, the firm needs to pay interest on the same (Cook and Ali, 2010). Thus, information is needed by these financial institutions so as to know that whether the company has sufficient liquidity and profitability to pay its interest obligations. 2.4 Impact of sources of finance on financial statements Sweet Menu Restaurant Ltd. had decided to raise funds by taking term loan from financial statements and by availing bank overdraft facility. These sources carry elements which will have an impact on financial statements of the company i.e. profit and loss account and balance sheet of the company which is explained below. Impact on Profit and Loss a/c Term Loan and Bank overdraft both requires company to pay interest on them and processing charges (if any), which will be shown as operating expenses in P & L A/c.With increase in such expense, profit of the company will reduce which will further decrease the amount of dividends declared and retained earnings will also get reduced (Murphy and Yetmar, 2010) Impact on Balance Sheet Long term and short term obligations of the company has increased due to raising funds through term loan and overdraft and the same will be shown in its balance sheet, term loan under long term debt (Assibey, Bokpin and Twerefou, 2012). Bank overdraft as current liabilities of the Toll Free No. +44 203 3555 345 Mail Us: help@globalassignmenthelp.com Global Assignment Help has been a constant performer in providing exclusive quality assignment help services to the students.

  11. company and on the assets side, bank balance will be increased by the amount of loan received and when the instalments made due, cash and bank balance will get reduced. TASK 3 3.1 Analysis of Budget Cost Accountant of Blue Island Restaurant has prepared budget of 4 months, in accordance with the budget prepared by him, it can be noticed that company had huge negative balance in the month of September because two fixed assets were purchased by the company involving higher amount as against sales made during that month. Although, net balance turns positive for next month’s there is an increase in sales along with little increase in expenses but no heavy expenditure was incurred. In the next month, further fixed assets were purchased and amount involved in purchase is more than the increase in sales revenue so balance goes negative (Ilter, 2014). According to the mentioned cash budget company has different additional expenses which lower down overall rate of return. Owing to this, in the first month of September net deficit is 25850. However, in the month of October it was 3870 which increased in the month of November by 4770. The budget is showing that in first month large investment was made on purchasing furniture, sales as well as wages. On the other hand, expenses on lighting and energy are also kept on increasing. It was 500 in the month of October which increased to 650 till December. Owing to this, corporation is having deficit in all months except October and November. On the other hand, deficit of Blue Island started to decrease in December from November. According to the above results it is showing that sales turnover of corporation is continuously decreasing. It affect overall performance of restaurant and also management need to put efforts to reduce additional cost. Similarly, training should be provided to workforce so that they can effectively contribute towards increasing flow of production. Also, cost effective sources of finance should be accessed in order to save cost and increase profitability in the marketplace. Toll Free No. +44 203 3555 345 Mail Us: help@globalassignmenthelp.com Global Assignment Help has been a constant performer in providing exclusive quality assignment help services to the students.

  12. On the basis of above calculation, unit cost comes to £16 that means total cost of £10 will be incurred in the production of one single unit, so company should set the sales price by adding mark-up value on the unit cost in a way that cost incurred on the production of the unit will be recovered. 3.3 Investment Appraisal Techniques Companies needs to evaluate all the investments proposals available to them by considering risks and returns associated with each proposal as these involves huge capital to be invested in by the company. Company after evaluation should select the most suitable proposal to invest, following techniques are available for evaluation of investment appraisal which will help company to decide the bet proposal. SAMPLE ON MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING, FOR ASSIGNMENT HELP KINDLY CONTACT AT: HELP@GLOBALASSIGNMENTHELP.COM Payback Method Payback period refers to the time in which investment initially made can be recovered (Cook and Ali, 2010). Generally proposals having short payback period are selected as compared to long payback period so that our invested amount would be recovered earlier. Net Present Value Method (NPV) Net Present value method calculates net profit or loss to the company after deducting the initial investment made from present value of future cash inflows which are arrived by Toll Free No. +44 203 3555 345 Mail Us: help@globalassignmenthelp.com Global Assignment Help has been a constant performer in providing exclusive quality assignment help services to the students.

  13. discounting them at rate 'r' (Afonso and Cunha, 2009). In general practice, project with negative NPV are not accepted by the companies, NPV thus can be formulated as: NPV= Present value of all the cash inflows at rate 'r' - Initial Investment Calculation of NPV and Payback Period of given proposals for Blue Island Restaurant is calculated as follows: NPV for proposal 1 & 2 Year cash Inflows of proposal 1 (£) (i) cash Inflows of proposal 2 (£) (ii) Present value factor @ 10% (iii) P.V of inflows proposal 1 (i*iii) P.V of inflows proposal 2 (ii*iii) 1 800 300 0.909 727 272 2 600 400 0.826 496 330 3 400 500 0.751 300 375 4 200 600 0.683 137 410 5 50 500 0.621 31 311 Residual Value 0 50 0.621 0 31 Total (a) 1691 1729 Initial investment (b) 1200 1200 NPV [a-b] 491 529 Proposal 2 should be selected if decision is to be taken on basis of NPV as proposal 2 has higher NPV than proposal 1 but payback period of proposal 1 is shorter than proposal 2. Company should take decision on the basis of NPV as it considers more factors as compared to Payback period, thus Blue Island should approve proposal 1. Toll Free No. +44 203 3555 345 Mail Us: help@globalassignmenthelp.com Global Assignment Help has been a constant performer in providing exclusive quality assignment help services to the students.

  14. TASK 4 4.1 Financial Statements Financial statements are the statements which records financial activities undertaken by the person or any other business organisation in the proper format. Financial statements mainly comprises of three statements which is given below: Profit and loss account Profit and loss account is statement which shows net profitability of the individual or company by reporting various expenses incurred and revenues earned from different sources over a period of time. In other words, excess of income earned over expenditure incurred is shown by profit and loss account. Profit and loss account is prepared on accrual basis i.e. expense and revenues are recorded as they incur irrespective of whether they are actually paid or received. It can be prepared monthly, quarterly or yearly (Assibey, Bokpin and Twerefou, 2012). Balance Sheet Position of all the assets, liabilities and equity of the company at a given point of time is shown by balance sheet, thus it is also known as the position statement. Position statement is prepared in a manner so as to fulfil accounting principle of Assets=Liabilities + Equities. This statement shows the net assets position of the company including fixed assets, current assets and investments against their obligations and owned capital, like long term debt, current liabilities, Equity capital. Balance sheet is prepared for a given date like 21 December, 2015 (Baker and Mukherjee, 2007). Cash Flow Statement Cash flow statement shows the net inflows and outflows from various activities namely operating, investing and financial activities over a period of time (Robbani and Bhuyan, 2010). Operating activities shows net cash flow from revenue generating items, investment activities show net flow from sale or purchase of fixed assets or investments while financing activities shows alteration in owner’s capital or long term debt. These are prepared for the same period for which income statement had been made. Toll Free No. +44 203 3555 345 Mail Us: help@globalassignmenthelp.com Global Assignment Help has been a constant performer in providing exclusive quality assignment help services to the students.

  15. 4.2 Comparison of formats of financial statements for different business Different formats can be used for different businesses in preparing financial statements, but they all are prepared to give the same result like income statement will show the net profitability of the business irrespective of its format. Differences between the formats of financial statements of different business can be explained as below: Sole proprietor prepares profit and loss account in a very simple format by reducing all its expenses whether operating or non-operating including expenses incurred for his personal use from total sales or income earned to arrive at net profit to the business (Komissarov, 2014). Balance sheet includes personal assets and liabilities of the sole trader because he is the sole owner of the business and is responsible for all the working of the business. Sole proprietor make financial statement to cater his own requirement so that business can operate effectively. It makes simple profit and loss account is maintained so to make transaction of daily business activities. This in turn record related to profit and expenses incurred on time basis can be kept by corporation. Unlike sole trader, in partnership firms, current account as well as capital account of the partners is prepared along with accounts of the firm. Financial statements of the companies need to be prepared on the basis of IFRS and generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) as the standard are same for every company so it becomes easy to compare their competency, growth and other factors with other organisation (Fridson and Alvarez, 2011). Financial statements are prepared in a step by step process like in case of profit and loss account, firstly cost of goods sold is deducted from net revenue earned to show gross profit of the company and then all the operating expenses are reduced from the gross profit reaching at net profitability of the company (Schoute and Wiersma, 2011). Financial statements of the company consists of all important statements such as profit and loss, fund flow and balance sheet as well as other related statement. Furthermore, financial statement of company are prepared on the basis of International Financial Reporting Standard so as to meet expectations of related stakeholders. Also, public limited corporation need to publish its all financial statements to shareholders so as to ensure their well being in an effectual manner. Toll Free No. +44 203 3555 345 Mail Us: help@globalassignmenthelp.com Global Assignment Help has been a constant performer in providing exclusive quality assignment help services to the students.

  16. SAMPLE ON MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING, FOR ASSIGNMENT HELP KINDLY CONTACT AT: HELP@GLOBALASSIGNMENTHELP.COM 4.3 Interpretation of Financial Statements using ratio analysis Ratio analysis is simply a technique under which various ratios are calculated through different elements of financial statements like net sales, net profit, etc. These ratios are calculated either for companies data of two financial years or are calculated for two different companies for same period, and then comparison is done between different ratios. Ratios are broadly classified into profitability ratios, liquidity ratios, investment ratios and efficiency ratios which are explained as under : Toll Free No. +44 203 3555 345 Mail Us: help@globalassignmenthelp.com Global Assignment Help has been a constant performer in providing exclusive quality assignment help services to the students.

  17. Profitability Ratio Profitability ratio shows how much net profit was earned by the company on the sales made by it after incurring of operating expenses and payment of taxes. Here, gross profit ratio of Sweet menu is 63.75% whereas for Blue island restaurant it is 63.57. Furthermore, net profit of Sweet menu is less than Blue island. It shows that performance of blue island restaurant is better than Sweet menu. Blue Island has high gross profit and net profit ratio as compared to Sweet Menu, although Sweet Menu has high sales revenue but operating expenses and cost of goods sold are also much higher than blue island resulting in low profit (Ilter, 2014). Liquidity Ratios Liquidity ratios shows the ability of the company to meet its short term obligations by using its current assets on due date i.e how quickly company can generate liquidity through its current assets to meet short term liabilities. Liquidity ratio includes current ratio and quick ratio (Cook and Ali, 2010). Sweet Menu Restaurant has higher current ratio in comparison to Blue island but both company fails to maintain the ideal current ratio i.e 2:1 but are near to the ideal ratio, but quick ratio of blue island is higher than sweet Menu.It depicts that Blue island access to costly sources of finance which in turn short term obligation has also increased more than that of Sweet menu restaurant. However, current ratio of both corporation is high which depicts that they can have issue in managing their short as well as short term obligations. Investment Ratios Investment ratio shows earning to the owners of the company from the investments made by them after tax payments, which includes earning per share (Komissarov, 2014). EPS of Sweet Menu is less when compared to Blue Island, this is because of two reasons, firstly earnings available after tax to shareholders is more of Blue Island and secondly, number of shareholders are less in Blue Island in comparison to Sweet menu i.e profit to be Toll Free No. +44 203 3555 345 Mail Us: help@globalassignmenthelp.com Global Assignment Help has been a constant performer in providing exclusive quality assignment help services to the students.

  18. distributed to less people resulting in high EPS.Furthermore, earning per share for Sweet menu is 1.42 whereas for Blue island it is 2.71. It depicts that investors of sweet menu is getting comparatively less rate of return. Efficiency Ratios Efficiency ratio shows how efficiently company is managing its assets and liabilities in a manner to maintain a good position by increasing the revenues and maintaining a good assets position against its liabilities (Rigby, 2011). Efficiency ratio of Sweet Menu Restaurant is better than Blue Island as Sweet Menu had good fixed assets position against the liabilities, and revenues earned by Sweet Menu is also higher than Blue Island. Here, total assets turnover ratio of Sweet menu is 1.99 which is higher than Blue island. Also, fixed assets turnover of cited organization is high than blue island. It depicts that assets of blue island are utilized effectively which aid to increase overall rate of return return unlike sweet menu. Gearing ratios Gearing ratios shows how the company manages its debt and equity proportion and how cost related to debt or equity affects the profitability and position of assets and liabilities. Sweet Menu's gearing ratio is lower as compared to Blue Island because the net profitability of Sweet Menu is reduced due to high interest charges and also debt-equity proportion of Sweet Menu is .52:1 as compared to .14:1 of Blue Island i.e Sweet menu as much more debt funds than Blue Island. CONCLUSION In accordance with the present study, it can be concluded that business organisations are required to make various decisions for their operational activities. In order to make viable decision, management of organisation is required to make use of suitable financial tools. Funds should be raised by using appropriate sources of finance by considering their advantages, disadvantages and related cost as these sources lay different impact on profitability of the company. Proper investment appraisal techniques should be used to evaluate different investment Toll Free No. +44 203 3555 345 Mail Us: help@globalassignmenthelp.com Global Assignment Help has been a constant performer in providing exclusive quality assignment help services to the students.

  19. proposals and selection should be made on that basis. Forecasting the consequences on the basis of budgets prepared and taking proper measures for correction of the same. Global Assignment Help has been a constant performer in providing exclusive quality assignment help services to the students based in the UK. The team of experts available with us are highly qualified and have extensive experience in assisting students with superior quality assignments. SAMPLE ON MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING, FOR ASSIGNMENT HELP KINDLY CONTACT AT: HELP@GLOBALASSIGNMENTHELP.COM Toll Free No. +44 203 3555 345 Mail Us: help@globalassignmenthelp.com Global Assignment Help has been a constant performer in providing exclusive quality assignment help services to the students.

  20. REFERENCES Books Booker, J., 2006. Financial Planning Fundamentals. CCH Canadian Limited. Dlabay, L. and Burrow, J., 2007. Business Finance. Cengage Learning. Fridson, S. M. and Alvarez, F., 2011. Financial Statement Analysis: A Practitioner's Guide. 4th ed. Wiley. Gotze, U., Northcott, D. and Schuster, P., 2015. Investment Appraisal: Methods and Models. 2nd ed. Springer. Rigby, G., 2011. Types and Sources of Finance for Start-up and Growing Businesses: An Instant Guide. Harriman House Limited. SAMPLE ON MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING, FOR ASSIGNMENT HELP KINDLY CONTACT AT: HELP@GLOBALASSIGNMENTHELP.COM Toll Free No. +44 203 3555 345 Mail Us: help@globalassignmenthelp.com Global Assignment Help has been a constant performer in providing exclusive quality assignment help services to the students.