Carrie Melendez Financial Reporting II May 2016 Financial


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I saw your work for another student and it looked really good and I was wondering if you could help me as well. The company I am working with is Amazon. I have attached my paper so far. It is just the last portion that I need assistance with. Mainly the generation of the request financial statements. Please advise if you are able to assist and how much it would cost. The part I need is: VII. Report for CEO At the most recent strategic planning meeting, the board of directors of your company has voted to issue additional stock to raise capital for major expansions for the company in the next five years. The board is considering $5 million. Take the most recent financial statements and prepare a set of projected financial statements based on the given assumptions. The CEO requests that you prepare a written report (including the financial statements) for her. Generate a projected income statement based on the given scenario. Analyze the impact on the income statement based on the given scenario. Generate a projected statement of retained earnings based on the given scenario. Analyze the impact on the statement of retained earnings based on the given scenario. Generate a projected balance sheet based on the given scenario. Analyze the impact on the balance sheet based on the given scenario. Generate a projected cash flow statement based on the given scenario. Analyze the impact on the cash flow statement based on the given scenario. For additional details, please refer to the Final Project Guidelines and Rubric document in the Assignment Guidelines and Rubrics section of the course Amazon Report.docx Carrie Melendez Financial Reporting II May 2016 Financial Reporting Series Portfolio: Amazon In 1995, owner and CEO of Amazon.com, Jeff Bezos, started his firm with the purpose of selling books online. However, the intention for future business growth was to expand this business in the world of e-commerce where all products from different retailers would be available to Amazon consumers. Fast forward just over twenty years and now Amazon.com is regarded as the juggernaut of the online retail world, and even makes it a tough competitor for many brick and motor locations like Wal-Mart or Sears. While Amazon’s current share value is valued at $560 per share, Amazon’s initial share value was not close to the value estimated today. Stockholders’ Equity According to an interview Jeff Bezos had with the Academy of Achievement, he obtained the initial start-up capital primary from his parents, who “invested a large fraction of their life savings”[Jef011] even though the Internet was still relatively new and his parents didn’t know how it worked or was it was. Jeff added that “there was a 70 percent chance that they would lose their whole investment, which was a few hundred thousand dollars, and they did it anyway… I was giving myself triple the normal odds, because really, if you look at the odds of a start-up company succeeding at all, it’s only about ten percent. Here I was, giving myself a 30 percent chance.”[Jef011] Along with the initial start-up capital invested by Jeff Bezos’ parents, Amazon also proceeded to gain large investments throughout its beginning years. It had raised about $8 Million from Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers in 1995. Then in 1997 Amazon became a publicly traded company to raise additional capital. Their initial public offer for a share was set at $18.00 and the IPA raised $54 Million for Amazon.[Daw97] From the time Amazon became a publicly traded company, its stock worth grew and a majority of their investors, especially Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers received over 55% return on their investment. [htt] When reviewing the stockholders’ equity on a company’s balance sheet, it is important to take in all the different parts of the equity to know how a company is doing as a whole as well as how it is doing amongst its competitors. In looking at Amazon in comparison t

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