The use of pro forma statements in informed decision-making is commonplace. In fact, “what-if” analysis is built upon projections that depict a story of how the financials of an organization would pan out should certain strategies or parameters be introduced (or omitted, for that matter). The author of this source article examines how Mack Truck would have fared today had Renault not acquired it and if it was still an American company.

Let’s look at assumptions:

Pro Forma Financial Statements: An Illustrative Example this is the link of the article.

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