earnings report

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Earnings Report

An annual report and other quarterly reports a publicly-traded company publishes giving information over a given period of time. The report contains information on the company's financial state, most notably statements on revenue, expenses, and earnings (which is the difference between the two). It is, in general, less detailed than a stockholder's report, but contains much of the same information. See also: Balance sheet.

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The statement requires companies to use income from continuing operations or a similar line on the income statement.
Next, the income statement covers net operating income.
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But knowing that users of financial statements still had great affection for NI and the traditional income statement, the FASB decided that entities could continue to present the traditional income statement as-is and relegate OCI items and CI to a separate, additional income statement or even bury OCI and CI in the statement of owners' equity.
15, 1997 and the taxpayer replaced the twelfth monthly income statement for that year with a thirteenth period income statement that (1) covered the same period as the twelfth monthly income statement, (2) reflected the LIFO inventory method and (3) was provided, before the first monthly income statement of the following year, to each creditor who received the twelfth monthly income statement.
The operating section of the SCF should provide a cash-basis measure of the company's performance in much the same way that operating income from the income statement provides an accrual-basis measure.
The need to report financial instruments at fair value on the balance sheet while preserving the traditional measure of income in the income statement creates a dilemma for the FASB.
Projected income statements per line over the life of the next convention based on assumptions of evolutionary routes.
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