Get a full picture of your business’s financial health by understanding your financial statements and how they relate to one another. By keeping tabs on your company’s finances, you’ll be better able to steer it in the right direction.
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- How to analyze your balance sheet, income statement, statement of retained earnings and cash flow statement
- What information bankers and investors look at in your financial statements
- How to calculate your profitability over a given period of time
- How the various financial statements relate to one another
The balance sheet
Learn how to read your balance sheet to track your company’s progress over time and to show the general financial health of your company to bankers and investors.
The income statement
Discover how to use an income statement to measure your profitability over a given period of time and to track your financial performance over weeks, months and your financial year.
The statement of retained earnings and the cash flow statement
Understand how the statement of retained earnings and the cash flow statement relate to the other financial statements and what information they give you about the performance of your business.