How to Read a Balance Sheet

Un libro in lingua di Makoujy Rick J. Jr. edito da McGraw-Hill, 2010

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Crack the code of finance’s big mystery—the balance sheet

In these times of financial anxiety, the ability to keep track of a company’s assets and liabilities is more important than ever, and you can’t do this without a firm grasp of the balance sheet.

Whether you’re a small-business owner, department manager, or individual investor, How to Read a Balance Sheet provides the skills you need to make the wisest financial decisions possible. A critical but rarely used business tool for non-financial professionals, the balance sheet provides a snapshot of a company’s financial position at any single point in time.

How to Read a Balance Sheet demystifies the subject by explaining:

  • What a balance sheet is and how is it used to boost profits
  • Key components of the balance sheet, including receivables, cash, inventory, long-lived assets, current payables, long-term debt, and equity
  • How these different elements relate to one another other—and how to keep them under control
  • Formulas, tips, and examples that illustrate key concepts

When you have a firm grasp of the balance sheet, you’re better armed to seize business opportunities and avoid financial pitfalls. How to Read a Balance Sheet opens a new door to top performance for any business professional.

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