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Profit and Loss Reports

Plan Assessment

Profitability: This report contains four measurements: the Rate of Return on Assets, Operating Profit Margin Ratio, Rate of Return on Equity, and Net Ranch Income. These measures demonstrate the ranch’s ability to create profit in the upcoming year under the current management plan. This is also critical information for potential lenders or investors.


Financial Efficiency: This report contains five measurements: the Asset Turnover Ratio, Operating Expense Ratio, Depreciation Expense Ratio, Interest Expense Ratio, and the Net Ranch Income from Operations Ratio. These measures shed light on the ranch business’ ability to turn expenses into revenue during the upcoming year under the current management plan. This is also important information for potential lenders or investors.


Solvency: This report includes the Debt to Asset Ratio, the Equity to Asset Ratio, and the Debt to Equity Ratio as of the inventory date. These measures provide insight into the ability of the ranch to meet long-term debts and other financial obligations. This is critical information for potential lenders and investors.

 

Liquidity: This report includes, as of the inventory date, both the Current Ratio and the value of Working Capital for the ranch. Both are used to measure the ease with which you can convert assets to cash. In other words, they measure your ability to pay debts when they become due. This is especially important information for potential lenders.


Balance Sheet: The Balance Sheet displays the ranch’s financial position. It includes a list of both assets (that which is owned) and liabilities (that which is owed). The difference between assets and liabilities is equity, or net worth. Ranch Vision provides you with a Balance Sheet of the ranch as of the inventory date. This is especially important information for potential lenders.




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