this is a 2 part assignment

you can do it like we always do. you look at it and tell me what you think and the amount.

i did this last sem in acct 220 using another company. if you need an idea

my company i am using for this assignment is Macys.

the prsentation is do this sunday 04/21

the paper is do 04/28

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SEC 10-K Paper Selecting Your Company Access the most recent SEC 10-K filing of a publicly traded company that has inventory and accounts receivable. The company must sell a tangible product, so do not select hotels, financial services, or other service-oriented businesses. In addition you company should be headquartered in the United States to avoid any currency translation or IFRS issues. Post the name of your company in the SEC 10-K conference for approval. You must select a company that has not been previously selected by another student. Accessing and Reading the SEC 10-K for Your Company Access the most recent SEC 10-K filing for your company by using the ? HYPERLINK “” o “Link to SEC EDGAR database” ?EDGAR database on the SEC website? or your company’s website under Investor Relations (or a title similar). If you’ve never used the EDGAR database before, the SEC provides a guide on how to use the database: ? HYPERLINK “” ?Researching Public Companies Through EDGAR: A Guide for Investors?. In addition, the SEC provides a very useful guide named ? HYPERLINK “” ?How to Read an SEC 10-K Report? that you should read before beginning your project. If you’d like a PDF of the guide, you can download it from ? HYPERLINK “” ?here?. Topical Requirements Specific topics that you should address in your paper include the following: Brief description of company; Major competitors; Brief summary of current events affecting the company; Vertical Analysis of the Balance Sheet (Income Statement is optional); Horizontal Analysis of the Income Statement (Balance Sheet is optional); Analysis of the Statement of Cash Flows including operating, investing, and financing activities sections; and Financial ratios, computation, and interpretation (see Illustration 18-27 on pages 843 and 844 of the…