December 15, 2017  
 
  Entrepreneurs  
 

Financial Statements

 

 
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Successful small business owners rely on financial statements to guide their decision-making. Balance sheets, income statements, expense reports -- we'll tell you everything you need to know to make financial statements pay off in your business.

Financial Statements

  • Balance Sheet Interpretation Part IV: Current Assets - When running or acquiring a business, it is important to be able to interpret and analyze a balance sheet. This article, the fourth article in our Balance Sheet Interpretation series, will help you interpret the current assets category of the balance sheet.
  • The Concept of Asset Depreciation, Part 1 of 2 - If you are solely managing your business accounts, this article is for you! It will aid you in identifying with an important accounting concept in a simple, entrepreneurial friendly way!
  • Balance Sheet Interpretation Part I: Introduction - When running or acquiring a business, it is important to be able to interpret a balance sheet. This introductory article is the first article in the Balance Sheet Interpretation series.
  • Introduction to Financial Statements - Learn all about financial statements: What are financial statements? Who uses financial statements? What are the attributes of financial statements?
  • Balance Sheet Interpretation Part II: Liquidity Ratios - When running or acquiring a business, it is important to understand if the company is in danger of facing a potential liquidity crisis. There are four liquidity ratios you could use to help you avoid a liquidity crisis. This is the second of five articles in our Balance Sheet Interpretation series.
  • The Concept of Asset Depreciation, Part 2 of 2 - This article will allow you to understand the basic calculation of depreciation. This will help you to produce your accounts in a more precise and realistic way.

  • Balance Sheet Interpretation Part V: Current Liabilities - When running or acquiring a business, it is important to be able to interpret a balance sheet. This article, the fifth article in our Balance Sheet Analysis series, will help you interpret the current liabilities section of the balance sheet.
  • Balance Sheet Interpretation Part III: Price-to-Book Ratio - As an entrepreneur looking to buy a company, it is important to determine the right price to pay for the business. This article will show you how to use the price-to-book ratio to help you value a business. This is the third article in our Balance Sheet Interpretation series.
  • Monthly Cash Flow Projection - A cash flow projection is an invaluable tool for helping owners and executives forecast short-term cash resources. Here's how to create a monthly cash flow projection that accurately estimates your liquid assets for the next thirty days.
  • Balance Sheet - Accountants aren't the only ones who need to worry about balance sheets. It's important for every small business owner and executive to understand the elements of their company's balance sheet. Here's what you need to know.
  • Monthly Expense Report - A monthly expense report is the basis for the rest of your monthly financial statements. We've got the monthly expense report tips you need to generate accurate and useful financial statements all year long.
  • Monthly Income Report - You're watching expenses like a hawk, but what about income? Here's why a monthly income report is a must for small businesses with their eyes on rapid growth.

 

 

 

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