Project Evaluation and Statistical Projections of each component in IFRS

July 26, 2006 11:06am CST
Hi. I hav recently completed a report in finance as part of my curriculum in a management course. However, I m unsure as to how I should proceed as I dont know the correct format of writing such reports. My project includes project evaluation in which we use different methods like net present value, internal rate of return, average rate of return, etc. in order to determine the viability of a project. The second part of my project consisted of making projections on each and every component in the International financial reporting statements which included a balance sheet (assets & liabilities) and profit and loss accounts(total cost format and cost of sales format). This involved use of statiscal methods as also using graphs (scatter diagram) in order to determine the kind of curve (i.e. linear or parabolic or otherwise) that is being described by the data. I would like to know what is meant by glossary, preface, appendix, annexure, in which order they should appear in the report and also whether it is a good idea to include a list of tables and graphs. My report consists of approx. 100 pages (is it too much for a 2 month summer project?) How can I make my project more appealing and interesting? (shud i use clip art or shud i insert pictures?) Please advise.
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