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Explain discounted cash flow analysis in merger and acquisitions

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Nagasravan Tamma

Updated on 13-May-2022 08:07:04

Discounted cash flow (DCF) analysis tells about the present value of an asset/company, based on the money, which it can make in future. This analysis will estimate the intrinsic value of a company.Current and future performances of a company are taken into consideration. Both inflow and outflow cash flows are ... Read More

What is the merger model and the factors considered?

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Nagasravan Tamma

Updated on 13-May-2022 08:04:04

Merger model gives a detailed analysis of possible combinations of companies. Merger model acts as an intensive tool and is used by banks and merger and acquisitions professionals.It is a feasibility study carried before amalgamations. Companies hire investment and valuation professionals to estimate the value. Based on the value, companies ... Read More

Explain vertical integration in strategic management

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Nagasravan Tamma

Updated on 13-May-2022 07:58:57

Vertical integration means one company takes control over another company or companies who are in the same product (either in distribution or in production) to gain control over the total chain of product.Companies prefer this type of integration because the supplier is unreliable, high prices may be charged, to earn ... Read More

Explain the concept of takeover in business

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Nagasravan Tamma

Updated on 13-May-2022 07:56:07

Takeover is the process of acquiring a control over another business unit by controlling their assets, either directly or indirectly.Generally, takeovers are done by either hostile or friendly approach. They are common in larger business units and help the external growth of a business.ReasonsThe reasons for a takeover in a ... Read More

Explain acquisition and its types

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Nagasravan Tamma

Updated on 13-May-2022 07:54:16

Acquisition means one company takes control over another company by acquiring more than 50% of shares of the targeted company. Some of the reasons for acquisition are increased market share, diversification, cost reductions, etc.Acquisition structure is the organized framework for acquisition of a company. It considers both cash and non-cash ... Read More

Explain Merger and its types

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Nagasravan Tamma

Updated on 13-May-2022 07:52:43

With change in market environments and evolving needs of customers, companies need to change their strategies and their dimensions to sustain and increase their market share.Merger is nothing but, when two companies combine to form a new company due to several reasons. The main motive is to expand their arms, ... Read More

What is the return outward book and give its format?

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Nagasravan Tamma

Updated on 13-May-2022 07:44:45

This book records the goods returned to suppliers. It is also called a purchase return day/ outward book. Goods return affects the companies' total purchases or accounts payable.Return outwards reduces business payables for suppliers and business expenses.Journal entryThe journal entry for a return outward book is as follows −Supplier's A/cDebitTo ... Read More

Explain the return inward book and give its format

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Nagasravan Tamma

Updated on 13-May-2022 07:42:24

Goods returned from customers are recorded in return inwards book.Return inwards reduces the business total accounts receivables. For business, return inwards decrease the revenue and for the customer, it decreases the receivables for business.Journal entryThe journal entry for a return inward book is as follows −Return inwards A/c     To ... Read More

Explain the different types of books of accounts

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Nagasravan Tamma

Updated on 13-May-2022 07:38:27

Books of accounts are defined as "a place where all financial information is related to a person or a business". Books of accounts are maintained under Income tax Act, companies Act 2013 and GST Act.Maintaining books of accounts is compulsory if the turnover/gross receipts/sales from profession or business is above ... Read More

What are Petty cash books?

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Nagasravan Tamma

Updated on 13-May-2022 07:34:24

Petty cash books are small cash books which record day to day minor business expenditures. Minor business expenditures include newspaper, fuel, casual labour etc.The person who handles petty cash and their recordings is known as petty cashier. Petty cash books have both debit and credit side and it records all ... Read More

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