Tag Archives: accounts receivable

What does Huntington’s Form 10-K disclose about its loans and leases (aka “receivables”) and the related allowance accounts?

Huntington Bancshares Incorporated (NASDAQ:HBAN) recently acquired the Ohio-based FirstMerit Corp., further increasing Huntington’s market share across eight states in the Midwest: Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Illinois.  It is now the 33rd largest bank holding company in the United States, according to the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) as of the […]

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How does Square account for the amounts it loans to small businesses?

Square, the mobile payments company, allows small businesses to take credit cards by swiping customer credit cards using a small square device attached to the audio jack found on mobile devices. Since its founding in 2009 and the launch of its first app in 2010, Square has found its way into many small businesses – […]

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What does Coca-Cola’s Form 10-k communicate about its accounts receivable?

The Coca-Cola Company (KO), like other U.S. publicly-held companies, files its financial statements in an annual filing called a Form 10-K with the Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC). Coca-Cola has several assets that are listed on its balance sheet.  Let’s look at what is reported on Coca-Cola’s Form 10-K regarding its accounts receivable. See the […]

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How are General Motors’ financial statements affected by borrowers not making auto-loan payments?

Borrowers who took out new car loans during 2014 are missing payments at the highest level since the recession. Regulators and analysts are beginning to be concerned about the quality of car loans, worrying that borrowers have taken on more debt than they can handle. Overall auto-loan delinquencies are higher now than one year ago, […]

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If Quiznos’ debts are discharged in bankruptcy, how do its creditors account for the effect of the bankruptcy?

The sandwich chain Quiznos has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, which will allow it to continue operating while it works out a debt-restructuring plan with creditors.  Senior lenders would receive equity in exchange for the debt. On the other hand, some junior creditors may not get paid the monies due to them from Quiznos.  […]

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