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EXPENSES AFFECTING THE NET INCOME OF SAN MIGUEL CORPORATION

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EXPENSES AFFECTING THE NET INCOME OF SAN MIGUEL CORPORATION
Background of the Study
Operating expenses, non operating expenses and net income are three key areas of the income statement
Statement of the Problem
Related Literature
Wightman (1983) showed a document of how capitalism develops
Results
Administrative Expenses
This research study covered the correlation between the expenses and net income of San Miguel Corporation for the years 2000-2010.
This study aimed to determine the correlation between expenses and net income of San Miguel Corporation.
it sought to answer to the following questions:
1. How much are expenses of San Miguel Corporation in the years 2000-2010?
2. How much are the net income of San Miguel Corporation in the years 2000-2010?
3. What are the expenses that have significant relationship in the net income of San Miguel Corporation in the years 2000-2010?
Prof. Carissa Cabaysa
RESEARCHERS
Baptisma, Zarinah Lynn
Cortez, Jenalyn
Maca-ayan, Al-Ansari
Umali, Nicole
Net Income
Bluest (2012) elaborates that it is possible to increase net income by cutting expenses
Expenses
Wingman (1983) expounds that an expense is cost of business necessary to produce revenue.
Ewens (1983) said that although most business expenses are considered to be deductible for tax purposes, some are not.
Poorman (1995) explicates expenses involved in primary activities are expenses
Conceptual Framework
Personnel, Taxes and licenses, Supplies, Communication, light and water, Repairs and maintenance, Rent and other expenses
Computer r = 0.0459 to 0.7883
Results
Administrative Expenses
Depreciation and amortization, advertising and promotion, freight, trucking and handling, research and development
Computed r =
-0.1882 to -0.4786
Results
Selling Expenses
freight, trucking and handling, advertising and promotions, personnel, rent, supplies, taxes and licenses, communications, light and water, and others
Computed r =
0.1740 to 0.5094
Results
Depreciation and amortization and professional fees
Computed r = -0.0864 to -0.6086
Selling Expenses
Conclusions
Administrative Expenses
Selling Expenses
Personnel, Taxes and licenses, Supplies, Communication, light and water, Repairs and maintenance, Rent and other expenses
Freight, Trucking and handling, advertising and promotions, personnel, rent, supplies, taxes and licenses, communications, light and water, and others.
Critical r = 0.1390
Methodology
Descriptive method of research
San Miguel Corporation’s Income Statement
Mean and Pearson's product moment correlatio
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