Balance Sheet

Balance Sheet

Example of a Balance Sheet,

reworded, recasted, and adjusted

for your Shareholders & new Investors,

for indepth analysis and comparison study.

CURRENT ASSETS

  • Cash on Hand                                In
  • Liquid Securities                    $/£/€/¥/‎₽/₹/元
  • Warranty account                      and as a
  • Accounts Receivable Trade            % of
  • Notes Receivable                     Total Assets
  • Other Receivables
  • Finished Goods Inventory
  • WIP Inventory
  • Raw Materials Inventory
  • Prepaid Expenses
  • Other C-Assets (Big Data, etc)
  • Accumulated Depreciation
    Total Current Assets

FIXED ASSETS

  • Property
  • Plant & Equipment
  • Office Equipment
  • Vehicles
  • Leasehold Improvements
  • Other fixed Assets
  • Accumulated Depreciation
    Total Tangible Fixed Assets

LONG TERM ASSETS

  • Net Market Value Goodwill
  • Net Intangibles (*)
  • Long Term Receivables
  • Other Long Term Assets
  • Accumulated Depreciation
    Total Long Term Assets

TOTAL ASSETS

CURRENT LIABILITIES

  • Accounts Payable Trade
  • Accounts Payable Credit Cards
  • Accounts Payable Notes
  • Accounts Payable Other
  • Accrued Payroll Liabilities
  • Accrued Payroll Taxes
  • Other Accrued Liabilities
  • Other Current Liabilities (GST)
  • Total Current Liabilities

LONG TERM LIABILITIES

  • Secured LT Debt
  • Unsecured LT Debt
  • Other LT Liabilities
  • Total Long Term Liabilities

TOTAL LIABILITIES

EQUITY, or "NET" WORTH, or "NET" ASSETS, or "BOOK VALUE"

  • Preferred Stock
  • Common Stock
  • Treasury Stock
  • Contributed Capital
  • Shareholder loans
  • Retained Earnings
  • Post-tax Net income
  • Total Equity

TOTAL LIABILITIES & EQUITY = TOTAL ASSETS

(*) An intangible asset lacks physical substance, but can be identifiable. It includes R&D, patents, copyrights, franchises, reputation, trademarks, trade names, brand DNA, and other intangible marketing & computer based assets.

The book value of an asset is calculated by deducting all depreciation from its original price, as per above. However, its market value might be different. This value is needed to reach the net asset valuation.

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