Acc 531 - Financial Statement Review – Intel

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Financial Statement Review – Intel

What is the net income for the current fiscal year? Is it up or down from the prior year? Why would this information be important to investors?
From the income statement of Intel, the net income is $ 11,005 million for the current fiscal year. The net income is down compared to the prior year which was $12,942 million. The net income determines the efficiency and profitability of a company. The net income is use to analysis where you can determine how efficient a company utilizes its assets and equity. Net income along with several items on the Financial Statement such as operational income, net income before and net income after tax, are used in the fundamental analysis of companies. They help determine different ratios and enable the investor to determine how effective a company is internally. The net income is essential to investor as it determines the productivity and provides a good perspective on determining if a company is making money on a satisfactory scale.
What is the ending balance in stockholders’ equity? Why would a labor union potentially be interested in this information?
The ending balance of the stockholder’s equity was $ 51,203 million. The balance of shareholder’s equity is acquired from the company’s total assets subtracted with its total liabilities; this can be used as an indicator of the net worth of the company (Way, 2013).
The stockholder’s equity can serve as a measure of the progress of the company, which will then determine the actions taken by the labor union for negotiating and protecting their member’s interests in terms of the remuneration, future job progression, and job security (Way, 2013).
What is the total value of assets? Why would this information be important to a potential creditor?
The total value of assets is $84,351 million. This information is very important to…...

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