- Gebundene Ausgabe: 384 Seiten
- Verlag: John Wiley & Sons; Auflage: 1. Auflage (2. November 2004)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0471661031
- ISBN-13: 978-0471661030
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 16 x 3,2 x 23,6 cm
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A comprehensive guide to building financial models, "Building Financial Models with Microsoft Excel" + CD-ROM provides beginning or intermediate level computer users with step-by-step instructions on building financial models using Microsoft Excel - the most popular spreadsheet program available. The accompanying CD-ROM contains Excel worksheets that track the course of the book and allow readers to build their own financial models. This comprehensive resource also covers important topics such as the concept of valuation, the concept of sensitivity analysis, the concepts of contribution margin and financial ratios, and the basics of building and using a Capitalization Table. K. Scott Proctor, CFA, is the Director of Investor Analytics at SNL Financial, a financial information provider.
A financial model is a quantitative representation of a company's past, present, and future business operations. Companies of all types and sizes use financial models every day to analyze and plan their business activities. Financial models serve as the foundation and basis of standard financial accounting reports, including the balance sheet, the income statement, and the statement of cash flows.
While many business professionals are familiar with the "output" of financial models, namely consolidated financial statements, few are truly adept at building an accurate and effective financial model from the ground up. Building Financial Models with Microsoft Excel addresses this real, immediate, and significant issue like no other book. Written in a straightforward and accessible manner, it is a comprehensive resource for business professionals with a beginner or intermediate level of experience in both Microsoft Excel and finance or accounting.
Building a financial model is a logical, step-by-step process, where each component builds upon or feeds into another component. Building Financial Models with Microsoft Excel-organized to closely follow this process-is divided into three major parts and includes a companion CD-ROM, which contains sample Excel worksheets that allow you to follow the examples illustrated within the book or build your own financial models according to your specific situation.
Part One of Building Financial Models with Microsoft Excel introduces the concepts of budgets and financial models, and covers the steps involved in building the master budget -as well as its two key elements, the operating budget and financial budget. You'll learn the fundamentals of the budgeting process and how various components of a master budget relate to one another. The master budget template provided in this part of the book serves as a road map for building each individual component of the financial model.
Part Two of this book deals with a company's consolidated financial statements and free cash flows. It provides you with a guide to building these statements from scratch, based upon the operating and financial budgets of a company. The final part of Building Financial Models with Microsoft Excel-Part Three-deals with several important topics, including: various ways to analyze a financial model; the concept of valuation; and capitalization, or ownership, charts.
Filled with in-depth insights and easy-to-understand instructions, Building Financial Models with Microsoft Excel is a practical guide to understanding and creating fully functioning financial models.
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Then I practised the exercise on Page 60 and realised that my answers are different to the answers for this exercise on Pages 283-285. I felt completely hopeless for there is no working to the answers on Pages 283-285. It would have been lovely to know how the Author came up with his answers as this is a self taught book. Additionally the tables are confusing.
I still would like to know how to correctly model a Cost of Goods Sold, Inventory, Purchases, Accounts Payable and Disbursements for Purchases Budget. If anyone is reading this review can assist please help! Thanks.
I am saddened at this purchase and regretted spending my hard earn cash on this book for it leaves me more confused than ever. I have more questions than answers!
Thanks Amazon for the opportunity to vent.