# Hsm/260 Week 9 Final Project

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Final Project: Analyzing Financial Statements
Joyce Davis
HSM 260
December 2, 2012

Final Project: Analyzing Financial Statements Financial statements provide a nonprofit human service, with a detailed account of financial records that shows how the company finances are managed. A financial statement provides the company with records that show how their finances were handled in the past. It also allows a company to look at where the company is heading financially. It is very important that a company evaluate their financial statements. In doing this the company will be aware of changes that need to be fixed in the budget. This can prevent an agency from going under. It will also permit them to continue provide services to the needy within the society. The XYZ Corporation provides psychiatric counseling to the indigent in El Paso Texas. The writer will provide a detailed financial analysis of the corporation’s finances. Listed below the reader will be able to see the company’s financial ratios, and they are: Current ratio, long-term solvency ratio, contribution ratio, programs/expense ratio, general, and management/expense ratio, fund-raising expense ratio, and revenue expense ratio for the years 2003 and 2004. Ratio table # 1 for the years 2003-2004:

|2003| 2004|
Current Ratio | .87 | 0.43 |
Long-Term Solvency Ratio | 1.38 | 2.06 |
Contribution Ratio | .51 | .49 |
Programs/Expense Ratio | 1.0 | 1.11 | general and Management/Expense Ratio | .28 | .23 |
Fundraising/expense Ratio |0.004 |
Revenue/Expense Ratio | .94 | 1.11 |

The importance of each ratio for the XYZ Corporation, is to show whether the nonprofit organization has improved or not financially over the last three years. The (a) current ratio is used to assess the agency’s liquidity. Liquidity means, resources and other assets that can be converted to cash which can…...

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