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Financial Statements - Learning from Them & Making Them Work for You

Deaver Brown

This audiobook focuses on the core knowledge you need to understand financial statements If you have a basic knowledge of accounting, this audiobook will demonstrate ways to make your financial statements more helpful and transparent for use by companies, investors, suppliers, and other stakeholders. The author points out that many businesses today have far less financial complexity than they used to have due to not having factories, fewer if any physical assets, but now have a new burden to account for intellectual property, brands, good will, and other intangibles. The author recommends that companies consolidate categories when possible so the financial statements are more useful to make business decisions. The author suggests ways to most effectively portray and use the financial statements with outside parties. This audiobook includes 11 sections: 1. Introduction 2. Balance Sheet 3. Income Statement 4. Cash Flow 5. Balance Sheet: The Elements 6. Income Statement: The Elements 7. Cash Flow: The Elements 8. How to Use Them 9. Investor Perspective: Open Space vs. Anchors 10. Credit: Trip Points 11. Summary

This audiobook focuses on the core knowledge you need to understand financial statements If you have a basic knowledge of accounting, this audiobook will demonstrate ways to make your financial statements more helpful and transparent for use by companies, investors, suppliers, and other stakeholders. The author points out that many businesses today have far less financial complexity than they used to have due to not having factories, fewer if any physical assets, but now have a new burden to account for intellectual property, brands, good will, and other intangibles. The author recommends that companies consolidate categories when possible so the financial statements are more useful to make business decisions. The author suggests ways to most effectively portray and use the financial statements with outside parties. This audiobook includes 11 sections: 1. Introduction 2. Balance Sheet 3. Income Statement 4. Cash Flow 5. Balance Sheet: The Elements 6. Income Statement: The Elements 7. Cash Flow: The Elements 8. How to Use Them 9. Investor Perspective: Open Space vs. Anchors 10. Credit: Trip Points 11. Summary
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This audiobook focuses on the core knowledge you need to understand financial statements If you have a basic knowledge of accounting, this audiobook will demonstrate ways to make your financial statements more helpful and transparent for use by companies, investors, suppliers, and other stakeholders. The author points out that many businesses today have far less financial complexity than they used to have due to not having factories, fewer if any physical assets, but now have a new burden to account for intellectual property, brands, good will, and other intangibles. The author recommends that companies consolidate categories when possible so the financial statements are more useful to make business decisions. The author suggests ways to most effectively portray and use the financial statements with outside parties. This audiobook includes 11 sections: 1. Introduction 2. Balance Sheet 3. Income Statement 4. Cash Flow 5. Balance Sheet: The Elements 6. Income Statement: The Elements 7. Cash Flow: The Elements 8. How to Use Them 9. Investor Perspective: Open Space vs. Anchors 10. Credit: Trip Points 11. Summary

Language:

English

Length:

46m


Chapters

Free Sample

01:50

Chapter 1
Chapter 1

01:51


Chapter 2
Chapter 2

02:42


Chapter 3
Chapter 3

00:53


Chapter 4
Chapter 4

02:16


Chapter 5
Chapter 5

11:33


Chapter 6
Chapter 6

07:30


Chapter 7
Chapter 7

03:21


Chapter 8
Chapter 8

02:54


Chapter 9
Chapter 9

05:09


Chapter 10
Chapter 10

04:10


Chapter 11
Chapter 11

03:45