CVS Health Corporation is the company for the SEC 10-K Report
In Advanced Accounting, the SEC 10-K project focuses on US-Based Corporations with subsidiaries and an analytic data dashboard. These will be based on information found in the financial statements, annual reports, and disclosures of the SEC 10-K filing of a U.S. corporation with subsidiaries and international operations. Using knowledge learned in introductory accounting courses, you will: (1) review the SEC 10-K Report of a U.S. Corporation with subsidiaries; (2) review their financial information for the prior two years and the current year; (3) use data analytic methodologies, present financial information for the current fiscal year and the two prior years.
ACCT 424: Advanced Accounting SEC 10-K Project Requirements
Summary: This SEC 10-K project challenges you to review, analyze, and interpret financial statements and disclosures of a U.S. corporation with subsidiaries headquartered in the U.S. To simulate processes used by practicing accountants, you present analyses and findings to the class and participate in a peer-review process in the Discussions area. The deliverables are in response to information and analysis requests by your supervisor.
Outcomes: Prepare discussion postings and reports on the U.S. publicly traded corporation with subsidiaries using its most current SEC 10-K report.
Competencies: Review consolidation information in an SEC 10-K filing for a U.S. corporation. Compare, interpret, and contrast the information available and the approach taken for consolidation purposes.
Assessments: Assessments will include a Word document report, a PowerPoint presentation based on the Word document, and the Data Analytics Dashboard.
Discussions Week 1-6:
IMPORTANT NOTE: You must include the name of your corporation in the SUBJECT line EVERY TIME you post information about your Corporation in ANY Discussion. You must also post the DIRECT LINK and page number(s) at the end of your input to enable quick access to verify the information about your corporation.
Week 1 Discussion: Choosing a corporation
You will select a publicly traded U.S. corporation with a subsidiary corporation and ask for approval from the Professor during Week 1.
The corporation must:
1) produce and sell goods
2) have an SEC 10-K Report for the current or most recent prior year
The corporation may NOT:
1) be the same corporation you studied for SEC projects in previous classes
2) be the same corporation a classmate selected for this course
Accessing the SEC 10-K filings: