Assets that you mark to market at least annually for federal income tax purposes. Property of a kind that would properly be included in inventory if on hand at the end of the tax year or Property held by the taxpayer primarily for sale to customers in the ordinary course of business. Example of assets included in this class: Furniture and fixtures, equipment, buildings, land, and vehicles.
Fund accounting The rules for the recording, measurement and presentation of government financial statements may be different from those required for business and even for non-profit organizations.
They may use either of two accounting methods: A complete set of chart form of a business report accounts is also used that is substantially different from the chart of a profit-oriented business.
Personal[ edit ] Personal financial statements may be required from persons applying for a personal loan or financial aid. Typically, a personal financial statement consists of a single form for reporting personally held assets and liabilities debtsor personal sources of income and expenses, or both.
The form to be filled out is determined by the organization supplying the loan or aid. Audit and legal implications[ edit ] Although laws differ from country to country, an audit of the financial statements of a public company is usually required for investment, financing, and tax purposes.
These are usually performed by independent accountants or auditing firms. Results of the audit are summarized in an audit report that either provide an unqualified opinion on the financial statements or qualifications as to its fairness and accuracy.
The audit opinion on the financial statements is usually included in the annual report. There has been much legal debate over who an auditor is liable to. Since audit reports tend to be addressed to the current shareholders, it is commonly thought that they owe a legal duty of care to them.
But this may not be the case as determined by common law precedent. In Canada, auditors are liable only to investors using a prospectus to buy shares in the primary market.
In the United Kingdomthey have been held liable to potential investors when the auditor was aware of the potential investor and how they would use the information in the financial statements. Nowadays auditors tend to include in their report liability restricting language, discouraging anyone other than the addressees of their report from relying on it.
Liability is an important issue: In the United Statesespecially in the post- Enron era there has been substantial concern about the accuracy of financial statements. Corporate officers - the chief executive officer CEO and chief financial officer CFO - are personally responsible for fair financial reporting allowing those reading the report to have a good sense of the organization.
Standards and regulations[ edit ] Different countries have developed their own accounting principles over time, making international comparisons of companies difficult.
To ensure uniformity and comparability between financial statements prepared by different companies, a set of guidelines and rules are used. Commonly referred to as Generally Accepted Accounting Principles GAAPthese set of guidelines provide the basis in the preparation of financial statements, although many companies voluntarily disclose information beyond the scope of such requirements.
Inclusion in annual reports[ edit ] To entice new investors, public companies assemble their financial statements on fine paper with pleasing graphics and photos in an annual report to shareholdersattempting to capture the excitement and culture of the organization in a "marketing brochure " of sorts.
Usually the company's chief executive will write a letter to shareholders, describing management's performance and the company's financial highlights. In the United States, prior to the advent of the internet, the annual report was considered the most effective way for corporations to communicate with individual shareholders.
Blue chip companies went to great expense to produce and mail out attractive annual reports to every shareholder. The annual report was often prepared in the style of a coffee table book. Notes[ edit ] Notes to financial statements notes are additional information added to the end of financial statements that help explain specific items in the statements as well as provide a more comprehensive assessment of a company's financial condition.Registered business entities which are “Active” can use the Annual Report Wizard to file an original Annual Report (if you need to amend an Annual Report, please see the section below titled “Additional Information.”).
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