Inventory and Fixed Assets

Income is gross income. It is total income before tax deductions, etc. CMV is the purchase price of raw materials and production costs. This is where accurate inventories are important because the cost of sales corresponds to the strain of origin, plus the cost of goods produced in the previous year minus the previous evaluation. Cost of sales figures show the costs of producing goods. These costs can show how a company supports. Fixed costs are the sum of wages, commissions and management fees and travel vendors, advertising expenses and labor costs. These figures must also be controlled by management, because if you get out of control, which affect the profitability of the company.
Finally, household income and activities to low cost of sales, fees and taxes. In the report, these figures are easy to spot because they are labeled as described. Sometimes, companies may refer to CMV, sale, however.
Sheet profit and loss and balance are two joint statements. These reports contain information about the company profitability this year and watch the health of society at any given time. Listed companies are required to file SEC and are publicly available on Edgar. Understand the information that the investor can help you make better decisions. Profit and loss account always contains data on income, cost of sales (sold), and sales profits, general and administrative.
The budget is a snapshot of the health of society at any given time. The budget is divided into two parts: active and passive. The PROFIT AND LOSS AND BALANCE SHEETS are classified in order of liquidity or the availability of the resources of his company. Publicly traded assets in the balance sheet are cash, accounts receivable, inventory and fixed assets. We all know what money is. The claims are the responsibility of the company. The credits are the current capabilities that are intended to be converted into cash within a year. Other non-current assets are cash, stock, assets and prepaid expenses (rent, for example). Tangible assets are removed in time and long-term tangible assets such as plants and machinery. The debts are debts (debts for the year), long-term debt (payments for more than a year) and equity (total value of shares held by shareholders).