Corporate failure.

Saxena, Charu (1993) Corporate failure. The University of Queensland:

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Author Saxena, Charu
Title of report Corporate failure.
Publication date 1993
Place of publication The University of Queensland
Total pages 62
Language eng
Subjects 1503 Business and Management
Formatted abstract
In this Research report corporate financial distress and bankruptcies are studied. In the first half of the report various causes of financial distress and models of its prediction are discussed. Emphasis is placed on the use of cash flow analysis and non-financial information as an indicator of future financial distress.

In the second half of the report use of Taxable Income as an indicator of distress is examined. In Australia the criteria used for the assessment of Taxable Income differ from those used in calculation of Accounting Income. Thus the taxable income does not change in the same manner as accounting income due to permanent and timing differences. Some of the causes of permanent and timing differences are discussed. Hooker Corporation is used for a case study to determine if a trend in taxable income can provide information regarding future financial distress.

Document type: Research Report
Collection: MBA reports
 
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