Differences Between Gross and Net Profit (and Why Neither Matter Unless You Get Paid!)

Wondering if you’re doing everything you can to boost income and cut costs? Or if your business is actually generating more profit this year than it was last? The best way to answer these questions is with a thorough assessment of profitability. That’s where gross and net profit calculations come in. These are two of the most important metrics for measuring your capacity to generate income relative to costs and…  Read more

Insights from your Profit and Loss Statement

Most small business people would agree that their Profit and Loss statement (now more correctly called a Statement of Financial Performance) is among the easier – if not the easiest – financial document to understand. It’s typically presented in two parts. The top half of the statement reveals the various sources of income the business has received for the period covered, such as a month, quarter, half year or full…  Read more

Strengthening Your Balance Sheet

Your Balance Sheet (now more correctly called a Statement of Financial Position) reveals a great deal about your business, including the total value of your assets – the things you own; how much you owe to others – your liabilities; and the level of your solvency. It’s called a balance sheet because assets must always equal liabilities plus shareholders’ equity. The two sides balance. The mothership of your financial statements,…  Read more

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