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You will learn: Exactly how assets, liabilities and equity are defined and documented How to use a balance sheet to determine an organization's liquidity and solvency How the balance sheet and other key financial documents fit together How to perform a vertical and horizontal common size analyses to detect changes in an organization's financial status How to assess the ability of an organization's management by using key financial ratios Easy to Follow This book starts off by explaining how a balance sheet is made up for a VERY simple company.
It describes how each item has been arrived at and what it means in everyday terms.
The book then goes on to describe two more complicated examples that build on each other. I found this approach easy to follow and it cleared up some things that have always puzzled me particularly about how exactly the 'assets' and 'liabilities' figures are calculated.
Also, I thought I understood how depreciation was calculated, but it turns out that I didn't. I would recommend this to anyone who has not studied finance but wants to know how a balance sheet is made up and what it can tell you.
However, through my years working with various individuals of different backgrounds, I understand that not everyone knows what it all means and how to accurately interpret it.
For that reason, I thought I would read through the 'Reading a Balance Sheet' eBook and see if I could educate myself on how to better educate others in the process of reading a balance sheet.
Since it has been so long since college, looking at a balance sheet just becomes sort of an auto-pilot exercise that doesn't require much in the way of conscious thought. Because of that, I sometimes struggle to explain aloud to others what the numbers all mean.
I'm happy to say that this eBook has helped me in that regard and I think I will be far more equipped going forward to help others read the all-important balance sheet. The first thing this book taught me is that it is very important to go back to basics when trying to read a balance sheet. Terms like assets, liabilities, equity, etc. Because of that, the balance sheet can be almost useless when the numbers don't represent anything inside a person's head.
By backing up a few steps and ensuring that the exact meaning of all of the words on the balance sheet are understood, the numbers will suddenly start to make a lot more sense.
Another point that this book made that I had not thought about explaining is that the balance sheet is only one part of the financial picture, albeit an important one. I believe that some people look at the balance sheet and expect to find all of the answers in that one document. By bringing together the income statement and cash flow statement along with the balance sheet, someone who is learning to read this information will have a much easier time understanding what they are looking at.
I have read a few of the eBooks on this site, and have to say that this is one of the more informative and in-depth offerings that I have enjoyed. Not only does this book discuss how to read a balance sheet, but it really gets into some higher-level ideas of how to interpret the data and what that data can be used for.
This is a great primer for those with very little balance sheet experience, and also is a good refresher course for the rest of us. You will be very glad you spend your time reading this eBook. The information is well presented, organized, and highly informative. Don't hesitate to use this document as a way to educate yourself and your team members further on the importance and information that can be found in the balance sheet.
It's probably because I never enjoyed number crunching.
However, as a student in business school, I had to take accounting classes to graduate. Although I've chosen Marketing as my major, I have to take various accounting courses because they will make me a well-rounded business student according to my teacher.
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