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!company_name! | Revenue and Financial Reports
Income Statement (mil) 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 Revenue $3,764. 9 $3,798. 1 $3,785. 3 $3,642. 7 $3,327. 4 Gross Profit $1,329. 4 $1,370. 7 $1,345. 2 $1,255. 5 $1,145. 9 Operating Income $46. 4 $74. 7 $140. 5 $144. 9 $-12. 1 Net Income $-19. 8 $-56. 1 $50. 7 $53. 8 $-86. 6 Diluted EPS $-0. 26 $-0. 72 $0. 61 $0. 62 $-1. 02 Cash Flow (mil) 2013 2012 2011 Cash at the beginning of the year $149. 6 $238. 8 $200. 8 Net Operating Cash $92. 4 $112. 7 $271. 7 Net Investing Cash $(81. 4) $(79. 5) $(243. 5) Net Financing Cash $(42.
Pro Forma Financial Statement Example | Template
Home>Accounting Courses>Financial Statements>Pro-Forma Financial Statement A pro forma financial statement is a report prepared base on estimates, assumptions, or projections. In other words, it�s not an official GAAP statement issued to investors and creditors to relay information about past company performance. Instead, it�s a tool created by management to help project future performance and plan future events. You can think of it as a �what if� financial statement. What would the cash flow statement look like if this happened? Management is trying to figure out what the business looks like if a business event happens in the future by starting with standard report and adjusting it for the new projections.
CIPC :: Financial Statements
Non-profit companies that are required to be audited by the Companies Act, 2008 or regulation 28, must file a copy of the latest approved Audited Financial Statements on the date that they file their annual return with the CIPC. The following non-profit companies are required to have their annual financial statements audited: Any non-profit company if, in the ordinary course of its primary activities, it holds assets in a fiduciary capacity for persons who are not related to the company, and the aggregate value of such assets held at any time during the financial year exceeds R5 million; Any non-profit company that was directly or indirectly incorporated by the state, an organ of state, a state-owned company, an international organisation, foreign state entity or a foreign company; Any non-profit company incorporated to fulfill a statutory or regulatory function in terms of legislation or to carry out a public function at the initation or direction of an organ of state, a state-owned company, an international organisation or a foreign state entity.
NETSOL Technologies Announces Fiscal 2017 First Quarter Financial Results
| Source:NetSol Technologies, Inc. Total Net Revenues Increased 13% Year-Over-Year to $15. 0 million for the First QuarterGAAP Diluted EPS of $(0. 17) for the First QuarterNETSOL Reiterates Fiscal Year 2017 Guidance - Conference Call Scheduled for Today at 9 a. m. ET (6 a. m. PT) - CALABASAS, Calif. , Nov. 14, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- NETSOL Technologies, Inc. (Nasdaq:NTWK), a global business services and enterprise application solutions provider to the Asset Finance and Leasing industry, today announced financial results for the fiscal 2017 first quarter ended September 30, 2016.
Welcome to MASB
The MFRSs listed in the table are official pronouncements issued by the MASB. MFRSs are issued by the MASB in respect of its application in Malaysia. The date shown in the “Issue Date” column refers to the date the Standard was first issued. The “Amendments from other Standards” column contains consequential amendments to a Standard. These amendments are as a result of another Standard (or amendments to another Standard) being issued that have an effective date after 1 January 2015. The “Explanatory” column contains documents which accompanies the respective Standards but are not part of the Standards.
!company_name! | Revenue and Financial Reports
Income Statement (mil) 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 Revenue $25,923 $29,636 $34,244 $35,299 $35,015 Gross Profit $10,128 $11,512 $12,597 $13,110 $13,076 Operating Income $2,560 $2,853 $3,242 $3,941 $3,530 Net Income $1,659 $7,267 $2,184 $3,915 $3,028 Diluted EPS $1.05 $4.49 $1.28 $2.19 $1.69 Cash Flow (mil) 2016 2015 2014 Cash at the beginning of the year $1,870 $1,631 $2,664 Net Operating Cash $2,838 $3,728 $3,562 Net Investing Cash $(1,029) $2,649 $(1,642) Net Financing Cash $(1,862) $(5,883) $(2,688) Net Change in
SG&A Expense -30. 42M69. 21M199. 73M563. 79M Research & Development -16. 21M27. 87M54. 17M150. 04M Other SG&A -14. 21M41. 33M145. 56M413. 75M Other Operating Expense ----55. 64M Unusual Expense ----33. 02M EBIT after Unusual Expense ----296. 32M Non Operating Income/Expense -26,000(3. 65M)(15. 93M)(7. 35M) Non-Operating Interest Income ----- Equity in Affiliates (Pretax) ----- Interest Expense -176,0001. 08M2. 22M1. 02M Gross Interest Expense -176,0001. 08M2. 22M1. 02M Interest Capitalized ----- Pretax Income -(3. 93M)(13.
What Are the Differences in Financial Reports for a Non-Profit Vs. a For-Profit Entity?
by Mary Jane For-profit annual reports often start with a letter from the business owner or CEO. This letter focuses on the company’s previous financial year and addresses any publicly known hardships the company has overcome. Nonprofit annual reports start out by reminding the reader of the organization’s purpose and statistics about how many people have benefited from the research, programs and services. The main purpose of the annual report is to share the general cash flow of the organization, whether for-profit or nonprofit. For-profit organizations often show how well they manage their money, both incoming and outgoing, to impress potential investors.
SG&A Expense 3. 94B3. 64B3. 02B1. 64B1. 11B Research & Development 1. 54B1. 49B1. 26B436. 6M548. 82M Other SG&A 2. 4B2. 15B1. 76B1. 21B556. 66M Other Operating Expense ----- Unusual Expense 593. 07M508. 45M3. 78B(189. 04M)56. 19M EBIT after Unusual Expense 1. 52B(1. 39B)(7. 36B)189. 04M(236. 52M) Non Operating Income/Expense (18. 84M)153. 83M(94. 18M)1. 13M(33. 97M) Non-Operating Interest Income -14. 98M--- Equity in Affiliates (Pretax) ----- Interest Expense --65. 93M84. 4M98M Gross Interest Expense --65. 93M84. 4M98M Interest Capitalized ----- Pretax Income 1.
How to Create Financial Statements Using Excel | Sapling.com
Microsoft Excel is a widely used spreadsheet program, and it has a number of uses in the business world. If you own a business, you can use Microsoft Excel to create customized financial statements, balance sheets and income statements to present to investors and partners. Once you have those financial spreadsheets in place, you can easily update them each quarter to provide the most relevant data for your business. Download a financial statement template from the Microsoft Office website (see "Resources"). You can, of course, create the statement from scratch, but using a pre-made template speeds the process and reduces the chances that you will make a mistake.