Income Statement

  1. Understanding The Income Statement

    Learn how to use revenue and expenses, among other factors, to break down and analyze ...
  2. An Introduction To Depreciation

    Companies make choices and assumptions in calculating depreciation, and you need ...
  3. Operating Cash Flow: Better Than Net Income?

    Differences between accrual accounting and cash flows show why net income is easier ...
  4. 5 Ways to Create Residual Income

    Here are 5 ways through which you can create residual streams of income.
  5. Did the Fed Miss its Window to Raise Rates?

    The debate in the media over whether the Federal Reserve will announce liftoff this ...
  6. How To Calculate Minority Interest

    Minority interest calculations require the use of minority shareholders’ percentage ...
  1. How To Calculate Minority Interest

    Minority interest calculations require the use of minority shareholders’ percentage ...
  2. How MetLife Became a Global Insurance Giant

    MetLife is the largest life insurer in the United States. Here's how it has managed ...
  3. How To Analyze Netflix's Income Statements

    Learn how to read Netflix's income statement, calculate net income and interpret ...
  4. The Most Crucial Financial Ratios For Penny Stocks

    Given adequate financial disclosure, investors can use some of the same financial ...
  5. How Does Biogen Make its Money?

    Biogen is a healthy biotechnology company producing a stream of illness-fighting ...
  1. Using Accounting Analysis To Measure Earnings ...

    Learn the accounting concepts that will help you to dig into to the details to find ...
  2. Investment Valuation Ratios

    Learn about per share data, price/book value ratio, price/cash flow ratio, price/earnings ...
  1. What is the formula for calculating EBITDA?

    Learn about EBITDA and how companies can manipulate this calculation to look more profitable.
  2. How do I read and analyze an income statement?

    Learn about the income statement, what it looks like, and how it can be used to assess an organization's current financial ...
  3. What are some examples of general and administrative expenses?

    Learn examples of the general and administrative expenses such as audit fees, legal fees, rent, utilities and office equipment ...
  4. When does the fixed charge coverage ratio suggest that a company should stop borrowing ...

    Discover how the fixed charge coverage ratio is useful to investors and analysts, and when it suggests that a company should ...
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