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# Huffman Trucking Company

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Huffman Trucking Company
Profitability Ratios
Asset Turnover
Profit Margin
Return On Assets
Return on Stockholders' Equity
Solvency Ratio
Debt To Total Assets
Times Interest Earned
Liquidity Ratios
Current Ratios
Acid-test, or Quick, Ratio
Receivables Turnover
Inventory Turnover
Horizontal and Vertical Analysis
Current Ratio
The Current Ratio measures a company’s short-term debt paying ability.
You arrive at this ratio by dividing the Total Assets (from Balance Sheet) by the Total Liabilities.

2011 - 267,265 / 90,283 = 3:1 current ratio

2010 - 255,328 / 89,435 = 2.9:1 current ratio

This means the Huffman Trucking company’s ability to pay their short-term debt rose by 1/10 of one percent from the previous year.

Team A:
Anissa Kieline
Craig Mchattie
Dana Mellors
Candice Stremcha

Liquidity ratios are used to determine a company’s ability to meet its short-term debt obligations.
Creditors / Investors / Suppliers
Acid-test, or Quick, Ratio
The Acid Test (quick) Ratio measures a company’s short-term liquidity
You arrive at this ratio by adding cash, short-term investments and net receivables and dividing them by the current liabilities from the balance sheet. ( I included the net Carrier Operating Property in the calculation as the short-term investment.)

2011 - 89,664 + 15,770 + 51,869 / 90,283 = 1.7:1

2010 - 58,003 + 14,342 + 81,557 / 89,435 = 1.7:1

Huffman Trucking’s short-term liquidity remained unchanged from 2010 to 2011.

Receivables Turnover
By dividing net credit sales by the average net receivables you can obtain the receivables turnover. Since this is a service business, and no net credit sales are represented in the report, we will take 60% of total revenues to equal the net credit sales.
(Revenues = \$1,109,295 x .60 = 665,577)

2011- 665,577 / 51,869 + 81,557 / 2 (or 66,713) = 9.98 times

To turn this into days, you divide 365 days by the times A/R can be turned over in the year. According to this figure, it takes 37 days to turnover A/R. Although this is more than the ideal 30 days, most of the accounts with Huffman Trucking are long-term accounts.

Inventory Turnover
Huffman Trucking is a service industry, and therefore does not have saleable inventory or inventory turnover.
References:
Weygandt, J.J., Kimmel, P.D., & Kieso, D.E.
(2010). Financial accounting (7th ed.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.
Virtual Organizations
Huffman Trucking Company
Established 1936 - Single Tractor Trailer
Growth WWII
1945 - Grew to 16 Tractors / 36 Trailers
Current: 800 road tractors, 2,100 trailers 260 "roll-on/roll-off" units
Employment: 925 drivers; 425 support personnel
Located in CA, OH, MO, NJ
Privately Held
Agenda:
Liquidity Ratios
Profitability Ratios
Solvency Ratios
Vertical / Horizontal Analysis - Balance Sheet
Vertical / Horizontal Analysis - Income Statement
Evaluation of Data and What it Reveals About Our Company
Asset Turnover
• Formula (Revenue / Total Assets)
(2010) 969,240 / 255,328 = 3.8
(2011) 1,109,295 / 267,265 = 4.15

Helps determine whether a company’s
revenue is proportional to sales
Profit Margin
• Formula (Net Income / Revenue)
or (Net Profit / Net Sales)

(2010) 55,508 / 969,240 = .057 (5.7%)
(2011) 59,167 / 1,109,295 = .053 (5.3%)

Measures the amount of earnings a company keeps.

Useful when comparing companies in similar industries
Customers / Manager / Government Agencies
Return On Assets
• Formula (Net Income / Total Assets)
(2010) 55,508 / 255,328 = .217 (21.7%)
(2011) 59,167 / 267,265 = .221 (22%)

An indicator of how profitable a company is relative to its total assets.

Return On Common Stockholders' Equity (ROE)
• Formula (Net Income / Shareholders Equity)
(2010) 55,508 / 100,659 = .551 (55%)
(2011) 59,167 / 105,617 = .560 (56%)

Measures profitability by the amount of profit made by using the money generated from investment money provided by shareholders.
-Does not include preferred shares-

Needs to prove that the business can pay the interest on the debt as well as pay the principal when the debt matures
Long-Term Creditors / Shareholders
Debt to Total Assets = Total Debt / Total Assets

2011 \$161,648 / \$267,265 = 0.6048
2010 \$154,669 / \$255,328 = 0.6058
Debt to Total Assets
Times Interest Earned
Times Interest Earned = Income Before Taxes and Interest Expense / Interest Expense
2011 \$94,520 / \$446 = 211.9283 times
2010 \$89,199 / \$768 = 116.1445 times
Horizontal
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