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Why is an HR Plan Important?

The importance of HR management cannot be denied. The benefits of having an effective HR program can be seen in the ways that HR safeguards the needs of workers at different stages of their employment. HR ensures that employees get

Understanding The Basics Of The Current Asset And Liability Statement

In business accounting, current assets account records a company’s tangible assets and includes all accounts receivable, inventory, and accounts payable. In general, current assets account is a separate part of the statement of financial condition that excludes the current assets

Common Size Income Statement

A common size income statement can be described as an income statement that is presented as an unbroken series of numbers for a company. It usually describes the total income of a company over the period of time when the

Financial Statements – The Importance of Financial Statements

Financial statement analysis, as the name implies, is the study of a company’s financial documents for the purpose of understanding its financial health. Financial statements are usually prepared by companies for internal purposes only. They are used for making decisions