Business Financial Statements
Download and prepare your business financial statements today with our CPA designed balance sheet, profit and loss statement, and cash flow statement.
These easy-to-use, Excel-based business financial statements come with built-in instructions and automatically perform all math calculations for you.
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Business financial statements are used by those who are looking to obtain a loan, enter into a business transaction, sell their business, bring in a partner, or owners who simply want to gain a better understanding of their business.
The knowledge learned from business financial statements is not only important to a bank or financial institutions, but they also help business owners who want to discover specific areas of their business that may need improving.
These are the main business financial statements:
The profit and loss statement shows how a company buys and sells inventory (or services) to make a profit. Our exclusive profit and loss statement does all math calculations automatically. There are instructions for each category showing what number(s) you should be entering. (See sample below)
The balance sheet shows what resources were used to run the business and shows the business's financial situation at a specific point in time. This information can be used to satisfy creditors and help manage company inventory more efficiently. Our balance sheet does all math calculations automatically. There are instructions that explain what numbers you should be entering. (See sample below)
The cash flow statement shows data about the cash flow into a company from its day-to-day operations and outside investments. It also shows cash that flows out of the business to pay for investments and business activities. There are built-in comments with instructions for each category that explain what number(s) you should be entering. (See sample below)
Below are some of the areas that our business financial statements cover:
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- Current assets
- Insurance costs
- Fixed assets
- Current liabilities
- Stocks and investments
- Goodwill, patents, etc.
- Net worth
Profit and Loss Statement (Income Statement)
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- Income from sales or service
- Cost of sales
- Cost of doing business
- Operating profit or loss
- Other sub-categories
Cash Flow Statement (Statement of Cash Flows)
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- Cash from operating activities
- Cash flows from investing activities
- Net cash provided by (and used by) financing activities
- Other sub-categories
- May be customized for your specific business if needed
Financial ratios are used to evaluate the financial condition of your company and are important for analyzing financial statements. They also enable you to discover the strengths and weaknesses of your business.
We include 12 different financial ratios that automatically calculate all numbers. Below are some categories these ratios will measure for you:
- Gross profit
- Working capital
- Accounts receivable
- Assets to liabilities
- Cost to sales to inventory
- Debt to equity
- Return on equity
- Earnings before interest, taxes,
depreciation, and amortization
These financial statements can be emailed as attachments or easily transferred from computer to computer.
Our professional business financial statements satisfy a CPA, attorney or financial institution requirements, yet are easy enough for the average business owner to use. We are the only company to offer these business financial statements.
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Requirements to use forms:
Excel version - You need Microsoft Excel or you can download a free spreadsheet program at www.openoffice.org that will also work.