EXCEL PROJECT: PART I INSTRUCTIONS Company Information (Tab 1), and…

EXCEL PROJECT: PART I INSTRUCTIONSCompany Information (Tab 1), andHistorical Income Statements, Balance Sheets, and Cash Flows (Tabs 2-4) • United Parcel Service.• Go to the…

EXCEL PROJECT: PART I INSTRUCTIONSCompany Information (Tab 1), andHistorical Income Statements, Balance Sheets, and Cash Flows (Tabs 2-4)

• United Parcel Service.• Go to the Securities and Exchange Commission’s EDGAR database and access your chosen company’s most recent Form 10-K (annual report).• Create an Excel workbook, including data for your chosen company as follows:o The first tab (worksheet) in your Financial Statement Analysis Template must be labeled Company Information. The following information must be included: Company Name and ticker symbol Industry Products or services offered Major competitors An example of this tab is provided in Exhibit A.o The second tab in your Financial Statement Analysis Template must be labeled Historical Income Statements. Include the latest three years based on SEC filings. Ensure that the worksheet includes a header with:• Company Name• Financial Statement Name (Income Statements)• Financial Statement Dates• Denomination level ($s in millions or thousands, etc.)o The third tab in your Financial Statement Analysis Template must be labeled Historical Balance Sheets. Include the latest three years based on SEC (10-K) filings. (Note: Some 10-Ks only provided 2 years of balance sheet data. You may need to download the second most recent 10-K for your company in order to obtain 3 years of balance sheet data.) Ensure that the worksheet includes a header with:• Company Name• Financial Statement Name• Financial Statement Dates• Denomination level ($s in millions or thousands, etc.) A partial balance sheet example is provided in Exhibit B.o The fourth tab in your Financial Statement Analysis Template must be labeled Historical Statement of Cash Flows. Include the latest three years based on SEC (10-K) filings. Make sure that the Income Statement, Balance Sheet, and Cash Flows Statement tie in as follows:• Net Income from Income Statement agrees with Net Income on the Statement of Cash Flows.• Ending Cash Balance from Statement of Cash Flows agrees with Cash in the Balance Sheet. Ensure that the worksheet includes a header with:• Company Name• Financial Statement Name• Financial Statement Dates• Denomination level ($s in millions or thousands, etc.)o Other instructions: The Excel workbook should be professionally formatted. Professional formatting includes:• All numbers are formatted similarly. The use of decimals, commas for thousands, and other formatting is consistent.• Dollar signs are included in the first and last numbers of each column.• Subtotals and totals are preceded by a single underline. Totals are followed by a double underline.• All extraneous information is removed from the spreadsheet. Sometimes, files downloaded from the SEC website contains extra characters or other things that need to be deleted.• Line descriptions are indented/bolded in a manner that makes the spreadsheet easy to read. All totals and subtotals should be calculated using formulas.

Competitor Income Statements, Balance Sheets, and Cash Flows (Tabs 5-7), andHistorical and Competitor Ratios (Tab 8)

• Continue in the same Excel workbook prepared in Week 1, adding the following tabs:o The fifth tab in your Financial Statement Analysis Template must be labeled Competitor Income Statements Include the latest income statement for the company selected for the Excel project along with two or three major competitors. (Only one year of data is shown for each company – the latest year available.)o The sixth tab in your Financial Statement Analysis Template must be labeled Competitor Balance Sheets Include the latest Balance Sheet for the company selected for the Excel project along with two or three major competitors. (Only one year of data is shown for each company – the latest year available.)o The seventh tab in your Financial Statement Analysis Template must be labeled Competitor Statements of Cash Flows Include the Statement of Cash Flows for the company selected for the Excel project along with two or three major competitors. Make sure that the Income Statement, Balance Sheet, and Cash Flows Statement tie in as follows:• Net Income from Income statement agrees with Net Income on the Statement of Cash Flows• Ending Cash Balance from Statement of Cash Flows agrees with Cash in the Balance Sheeto The eighth tab in your Financial Statement Analysis Template must be labeled Historical and Competitor Ratios The list of ratios to be included are as follows. They should be grouped under the headings, as shown:• Liquidity Ratioso Current Ratioo Quick Ratio• Leverage Ratioso Debt to Total Assets Ratioo Debt Equity Ratioo Long-Term Debt to Equityo Times Interest Earned Ratio• Activity Ratioso Inventory Turnovero Fixed Assets Turnovero Total Assets Turnovero Accounts Receivable Turnovero Average Collection Period• Profitability Ratioso Gross Profit Margino Operating Profit Margino Net Profit Margino Return on Total Assets (ROA)o Return on Stockholders’ Equity (ROE)o Earnings Per Share (EPS)o Price Earnings Ratio Calculate the ratios for your chosen company for the last three years, linking the ratio calculations back to the historical financial statement tabs (Tabs 2-4) using formulas. Calculate the ratios for each of your company’s competitors (most recent year only), linking the ratio calculations to the competitor financial statements shown in Tabs 5-7 using formulas. Using the internet, locate the industry averages for the ratios listed above, and include them in the final column of the ratio tab. Include a footnote on the tab to identify the source of the industry averages.Common Sized Statements (Tabs 9-10) and Horizontal Analysis (Tabs 11-12)

• Continue in the same Excel workbook prepared in Week 3, adding the following tabs:o The ninth tab in your Financial Statement Analysis Template must be labeled Common Sized Balance Sheets. Set-up like the Historical Balance Sheets (Tab 3), this worksheet should use formulas to calculate the common sized percentages, linking to the Historical Balance Sheets for the calculations. “Total Assets” should be used as the base for all common sized calculations on the Balance Sheets. Common sized percentages should be calculated for all three historical years presented. See Exhibit A for an example of this tab.o The tenth tab in your Financial Statement Analysis Template must be labeled Common Sized Income Statements. Set-up like the Historical Income Statements (Tab 2), this worksheet should use formulas to calculate the common sized percentages, linking to the Historical Income Statements for the calculations. “Revenue” or “Total Revenue” (depending on your company) should be used as the base for all common sized calculations on the Income Statements. Common sized percentages should be calculated for all three historical years presented.o The eleventh tab in your Financial Statement Analysis Template must be labeled Horizontal Analysis of Balance Sheets. Start by copying and pasting the Historical Balance Sheets from Tab 3 to this worksheet. Then, add dollar and percentage change columns between each of the set of historical years. See Exhibit B for an example of this tab.o The twelfth tab in your Financial Statement Analysis Template must be labeled Horizontal Analysis of Income Statements. Start by copying and pasting the Historical Income Statements from Tab 2 to this worksheet. Then, add dollar and percentage change columns between each of the set of historical years.

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