Financial Analysis, Consulting, and Economic Research Reports
We offer a range of financial analysis, consulting, and economic research reports to choose from in order to help clients better understand the financial performance of their company and aid in decision making.
Variance Analysis Reports - The variance analysis reports that we recommend for most businesses are the Purchase Price Variance and the Sales Volume Variance. These reports can help a company with budgeting, managing expectations, and tracking seasonal trends and general market trends.
Ratio Analysis Reports - There are a multitude of ratios that can help a company understand its efficiency compared to its own past performance as well as to industry averages. Examples of widely relevant ratios and the insights they provide include:
Inventory Turnover (warehousing cost and inventory relevance/demand)
Days Sales Outstanding (average time to get paid)
Return on Equity (how well the owner's investment is generating income)
Interest Coverage (ability of a company to pay interest on its outstanding debt)
Margin of Safety (the reduction of sales that can occur before reaching the break even point)
Consulting Reports - Worried about falling into the perils of group think? Consider employing our consulting services to provide an independent perspective.
Economic Research Reports - Need an answer to a question that requires extensive economic research? We're here to help. We are capable of reporting in any format for any intended audience. Recent public economic research reports:
Inside Donald Trump's Unemployment Rate
The definitive study into what the Headline Unemployment Rate is and isn't. The format of this study provides an example of reporting in a format that targets a more mass audience and seeks to keep readers engaged while enduring through complex or dry subject matter.
Calculating SAT Test Prep Course Return on Investment: A Reanalysis of the Systematic Scientific Literature Review
The study that severely and definitively debunked the SAT uncoachability myth. The format of this study provides an example of reporting in a format that targets a more academic audience.