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What is return on investment? What are some types of measures for return on investment? Why is the following ratio preferred? NI before noncontrolling interest + (Int*T) / average (LT debt + equity) G

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  1. What is return on investment? What are some types of measures for return on investment? Why is the following ratio preferred?
    NI before noncontrolling interest + (Int*T) / average (LT debt + equity)
  2. G. Herrich Company and Thomas, Inc. are department stores. For the current year, they reported a net income after tax of $400,000 and $600,000, respectively. Is Thomas, Inc. a more profitable company than G. Herrich Company? Discuss.
  3. Since interim reports are not audited, they are not meaningful. Comment.
  4. Speculate on why accounting standards do not mandate full financial statements in interim reports.
  5. Why may comprehensive income fluctuate substantially more than net income?
  6. Give a simple definition of earnings per share.
  7. Assume that a corporation is a nonpublic company. Comment on the requirement for this firm to disclose earnings per share.
  8. Keller & Fink, a partnership, engages in the whole-sale fish market. How would this company disclose earnings per share.
  9. Dividends on preferred stock total $5,000 for the current year. How would these dividends influence earnings per share?
  10. The denominator of the earnings per share computation includes the weighted average number of common shares outstanding. Why use the weighted average instead of the year-end common shares outstanding?

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