earnings report

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Noun1.earnings report - a financial statement that gives operating results for a specific periodearnings report - a financial statement that gives operating results for a specific period
financial statement, statement - a document showing credits and debits
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Exhibit 3 presents the comprehensive income statements. Other comprehensive income is shown in the single statement format.
Two companies with above industry average equity allocations, Cincinnati Financial Group (CINF) and Berkshire Hathaway (BRK), had the largest changes in PTI from their reported to adjusted values estimated at -134% and -124%, respectively, showing the newly introduced volatility on their income statements.
KARACHI -- Individuals availing the tax scheme would need to separately file wealth and income statements for their foreign and domestic undisclosed assets for the tax year 2018.
Over 1,000 independent hardware stores, home centers and lumberyards sent their income statements and balance sheets to us this year, allowing us to build a range of financial benchmarks you can use in evaluating your business' performance.
As the end of 2013 approaches, we look at our income statements and check the bottom line for profits.
Microdata records contain information on balance sheets and income statements, as well as weights (to estimate the population), for each organization.
Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) is a movement to change the presentation of future balance sheets and income statements to also incorporate this three section approach (e.g., assets/liabilities or income/expenses from operating activities, from investing activities, and from financing activities).
However, a number of companies did report income statements although few details of income components were included [Lee, 1979; Morris, 1984; Baldwin et al., 1992].
It should include your personal information, income tax information (for example, W-2 forms, investment income statements, etc.), any adjustments (student loans, moving expenses), information on all household employees, any tax write-offs (such as mortgage payments), direct deposit and any foreign-bank account info, and any energy-saving purchases (for example, new kitchen appliances).