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Profit and loss statement without any sales

Inventory costs would go into the Inventory account; which is not on the P&L, it is a balance sheet account. Once a sale is made, the cost of that sale is posted to Cost of Sales and offset ...
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How to find a public company's balance sheet and income statement?

The balance sheet and income statements are located in the 10-K and 10-Q filings for all publicly traded companies. It will be Item 8.
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Income Statement number differ between websites. Where is the truth?

What WSJ, SeekingAlpha, and other data aggregators do is collect data from thousands of companies' financial statements and "normalize them" so that different companies are comparable, and ...
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How to find a public company's balance sheet and income statement?

Filter by the filings when you look at the search results. The 10-K will include the annual report, which included fiscal year-end financial statements. Quarterly reports and statements are in the ...
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Profit margin and gross profit percentage: missing info in income statement?

Both companies referenced above report under IFRS (or at least the Australian equivilent), however, they seperate costs differently -- BHP under nature of expense method and FMG under function of ...
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Accounting Question - Combining Vertical Analysis with Horizontal Analysis of financial statements?

Basically, I am saying whether it will be considered correct if I firstly perform vertical analysis on the statements by turning line items into percentage of total asset or revenue, then perform ...
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Personnel costs recorded twice in the income statement?

This accounting-training site provides some example data and everything: https://corporatefinanceinstitute.com/resources/knowledge/accounting/wage-expense/ Bottom line - every dollar of wages paid is ...
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Is Apple's depreciation now $12.5 or $11.3 billion?

Depreciation is sometimes included in Cost of Goods Sold if the depreciation is for an asset that is directly involved in the revenue-generating activities of a company. An example might be equipment ...
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Subtract D&A is necessary

No, you should not subtract it again. It is already included in one of the other line items, most likely Cost of Revenue. Just because it is not broken out into its own separate line item does not ...
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Understanding Days Sales Outstanding (DSO) Ratio

AR is the amount of sales on credit that have not been collected yet. As new credit sales are made, AR goes up, and as people pay their bills, AR goes down. As you look at a larger time period, the ...
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Income Statement number differ between websites. Where is the truth?

The "truth" is what the companies report in their SEC filings, specifically their 10-Ks/10-Qs. It's possible that WSJ is sourcing from the 8-K earnings release, which can differ slightly ...
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Does a public company's tax comes from financial reports?

Companies, just like people, have to complete and file tax forms. The items and numbers are directed by the applicable tax laws in the various jurisdictions they operate in. Taxes could include income,...
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Booking Holdings Cost of Revenue

Sorry, I found it in the footnotes: There was a change in accounting standards on January 1st, 2018, hence Booking Holdings no longer reports Cost of Revenue but they are instead included in the ...
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How is minority interest accounted for when calculating net income

When I look at an income statement, I see that "net income" is equal to "net income to company" minus "minority interest in earnings". Looking at the cashflow statements, ...
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Is my HOA's balance sheet healthy?

The first thing That I would require is that the HOA provide the 2018 numbers. Many will also have quarterly numbers to cover some of 2019. The quarterly numbers are harder to judge because some items ...
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Negative line items under Revenue/Gains in a P&L / Income statement

Am I potentially confusing the meaning of Revenue/Gains by including negative values in there? No, it's common to have negative values in some accounts that normally have positive values. In this ...
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Is there any resource that provides a list of the most used/common components of the different statements (e.g. balance sheet) of an annual report?

These Investopedia articles cover many of the most common items: Balance Sheet Cash Flow Income Statement
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Why does BHP have zero cost of revenue in their statements?

It's a data problem. Google finance does list a Cost of Revenue, which is still different than their financial statements. Note that BHP is an Australian company, so their financial reporting ...
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Bank - bad loan provision & bad debt written off

Probably need to look more deeply into the 10-K. The allowance for loan and lease losses (ALLL) from the B/S is sort of a pre-determined number based on the bank's current loan portfolio and recent ...
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How to find a public company's balance sheet and income statement?

The websites of the most publicly traded companies publish their quarterly and annual financials. Check the investor relations sections out at the ones you want to look at.
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Financial statement analysis when interest received exceeds interest expense

My question is, should I separate the interest expense from interest received, and use the interest expense figure to calculate the Interest Coverage Ratio? Yes - the Interest Coverage Ratio is how ...
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How to include loan repayments in income statement?

A few years late, and I'm sure you've figured it out yourself by now, but in general, you shouldn't include loan repayment amounts in an income statement--only interest. That said, I understand what ...
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Few questions related to Balance sheet and Income Statement?

1.) There is no logic in this question, because when there is an increase in net income for the year it will be in the form of something, ie it can be cash and cash equivalent like cash in hand or ...
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Can net income attributed to shareholders exceed firmwide net income?

The OP appears to have at least four misunderstandings: It is not implausible for “income attributable to common shareholders” to exceed the net income of the parent company. The amount allocated to ”...
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