Financial Statement Example
Pro Forma Financial Statements
Financial Statement Example. Balance Sheet, Cashflow statement, Income and Expenditure statement and how to read them.
Use the following sample financial statements to learn how to read financial statements. Pro forma financial statements are typically the most common type of statements you will find.
– Cost of Goods Sold
– Operating Expenses (Selling/General/Admin Expenses, Research and Development, Depreciation and Amortization, Interest Expense)
Cash and cash equivalents
Plant, Property and Equipment
(- Accumulated Depreciation)
Long Term Debt
Deferred Income Tax
Additional Paid-in Capital
Balance sheet must balance: Assets = Liabilities + Shareholders’ Equity
How to read balance sheets, cashflow statements and income and expenditure statements.
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