Financial statements

MSFT Annual Report 2007

STOCK PRICE INFORMATION AND ISSUER PURCHASES OF EQUITY SECURITIES Our common stock is traded on The NASDAQ Stock Market under the symbol MSFT. On August 1, 2007, there were 148,344 registered holders of record of our common stock. The high and low common stock prices per share were as follows: Quarter Ended Sep. 30 Dec. 31 Mar. 31 June 30 Year Fiscal year 2007 Common stock price per share:     High $27. 52   $30. 26   $31. 48   $31. 16   $31. 48     Low 22. 23   27. 15   26. 60   27. 56   22. 23                   Fiscal year 2006                   Common stock price per share:                       High $27.

The Four Basic Financial Statements: An Overview

Both Exeter Investors (Maxidrive's new owner) and American Bank (Maxidrive's largest creditor) used Maxidrive's financial statements to learn more about the company before making their purchase and lending decisions. In doing so, Exeter and American Bank assumed that the statements accurately represented Maxidrive's financial condition. As they soon learned, and now have claimed in their lawsuits, the statements were in error. On its balance sheet, Reports the amount of assets, liabilities, and stockholders' equity of an accounting entity at a point in time.

Companies Act 2006 and related regulations: Major accounting changes

Applicable for financial years beginning on or after 6 April 2008. The Companies Act 2006 (CA 06) has not made substantial changes to the detailed accounting provisions in previous legislation, but has adopted a different approach to the presentation of the provisions. In order to simplify the legislation, Part 15 CA 06 'Accounts and Reports' is structured so that provisions which apply to different kinds of company are easily identifiable, namely small companies, other companies that are not quoted, and quoted companies. Detailed accounting provisions are no longer included in schedules, as they were under the Companies Act 1985, but in secondary legislation.

What Are the 4 Types of Audit Reports?

by KJ Henderson An audit report is an appraisal of a small business’s complete financial status. Completed by an independent accounting professional, this document covers a company’s assets and liabilities, and presents the auditor’s educated assessment of the firm’s financial position and future. Audit reports are required by law if a company is publicly traded or in an industry regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Companies seeking funding, as well as those looking to improve internal controls, also find this information valuable.

View a sample financial statement

Note This sample financial statement should only be used as a guide when preparing an annual financial statement for an incorporated society. Income, expenses, assets and liabilities should be presented in categories that are appropriate to the society’s circumstances. We recommend you review the rules of the society. Where the rules specify: a particular format of financial statement, for example compliance with GAAP, you must meet these requirements; or that an auditor must be appointed, the audit report must be attached to the financial statement.

Alphabet Inc. Cl C

SG&A Expense 16. 33B19. 91B23. 81B27. 47B31. 42B Research & Development 6. 59B7. 91B9. 83B12. 28B13. 95B Other SG&A 9. 74B12B13. 98B15. 18B17. 47B Other Operating Expense ----- Unusual Expense 1. 1B10M281M302M375M EBIT after Unusual Expense 12. 02B13. 98B(281M)17. 66B22. 8B Non Operating Income/Expense 742M(190M)570M1. 1B454M Non-Operating Interest Income 713M785M746M999M1. 22B Equity in Affiliates (Pretax) ----(202M) Interest Expense 84M83M101M104M124M Gross Interest Expense 84M83M101M104M124M Interest Capitalized ----- Pretax Income 13.

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