Case Study: Quality Furniture Company
According the exhibit 1, the Emporium finial condition was in the comparatively reasonable and safe level. The debt ratio is a matter of great importance in analyzing the soundness of the company's financial position. The lower debt is much less risky to the company.
As explained above, the Lloyd's Inc was in the dangers area, lower performance, lower profitability, lower investment utilization and higher debt ratio, a bad finial condition. But now press for collection, even if make its get into bankruptcy it is not wise. Its bad finial condition was partly from the softness of the furniture market. As a company had over 30 years sales experience and good credit, it still had a chance to get better. But Quality Furniture Company should take action to control the condition become worse. So Quality Furniture Company need take rigorous steps to collect, but stop short of legal action. On the other hand, it could reinforce to investigate the Lloyd's Inc debit ratio and return on investment in order to get the information in time and take relative action.
Contrasting the Lloyds' Inc, the Emporium had much better condition.
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