In a previous post, we shared some information about cloud-based accounting, what it is, and its growing usage. Because at KYB we experience first-hand the advantages it offers, we’d like to also share some of the specific benefits businesses can expect when using cloud-based accounting.
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The changes that technology has brought to business are pervasive, affecting aspects from how you communicate with vendors, to how customers can pay for goods and services. Technology has also enabled a new way for business owners to handle their accounting: in the cloud.
The cash flow statement (CFS) is one of the three financial reports generated by businesses to gauge financial position, health, and efficiency. It details the amount and timing of cash flowing into and out of a business, and uses data from the profit & loss (P&L) statement and balance sheet. Today’s post will give you an overview of what the CFS is, what you’ll find in the report, and how you can use it for making smarter business decisions.
In addition to the profit and loss statement (P&L) and cash flow statement, balance sheets are one of three key financial statements businesses use to gauge their health and efficiency.
An income statement (also commonly known as a profit and loss [P&L] or earnings statement), answers a very important question: Is your company profitable? The accuracy of your P&L is critical to ensuring your business is running as efficiently as it could be and to identify opportunities for increasing revenue and/or decreasing costs.