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Guiding an organisation in tough economic times requires vision and thoughtful analysis. This publication defines issues that must be fully considered in the forecasting process and provides insight into how forecasting impacts the income statement, capital structure, and balance sheet. Forecasting: Methods and Applications contains essential forecasting tools and addresses short and long term challenges and critical factors. It is written in a concise and clear manner that allows immediate use of its content.
Readers will be able to understand and apply the central tenets of planning and forecasting, utilise a base forecasting model and determine maximum sustainable growth. This publication is an essential resource for management accountants involved in the planning and budgeting functions.
About the Author:
Wallace N.”Dave” Davidson, III, Ph.D., CMA, is a professor at Southern Illinois University Carbondale and a dynamic instructor with 25 years’ experience in corporate finance. He previously served as a financial analyst in the utility industry. Dr. Davidson is an accomplished author of several continuing education seminars for the AICPA, including the popular "Financial Statement Analysis: Basis for Management Advice." Twice recognized as an AICPA Outstanding Discussion Leader, Dr. Davidson speaks nationally to business organizations and state societies.
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