Financial analysis is part of broader terms: analysis of the financial and economic activities of the enterprise and economic analysis. Study the main indicators of the financial condition and financial results of your company in order to make management, investment and other decisions.
WHY DO YOU NEED FINANCIAL ANALYSIS?
Financial analysis includes the analysis of absolute and relative indicators of profit, profitability, liquidity of the balance sheet, the solvency of the enterprise, the effectiveness of the use of borrowed capital, and a general analysis of the company's financial condition.
You can see the financial results in the company's consolidated financial statements, which consist of 3 main elements:
Accounting balance. Shows the book value of all assets owned by the firm, as well as the funding sources for those assets.
Report on financial results. Shows all of the company's income and expenses for the given period, grouped by their origin path. The result of this report is the resulting profit or loss.
Cash flow statement. Reflects the expenditure and sources of funds of the firm, broken down by the three main areas of the company's activities: operating, investing and financial.
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