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balance sheet

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbalance sheetˈbalance sheet noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 BBBFa document showing a company’s financial position and wealth at a particular time, often the last day of the financial year 🔊 a healthy balance sheet
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balance sheetEach produces an operating account and a balance sheet.On the great balance sheet of a human life, the losses are seldom as memorable in the end as the gains.And try to gauge whether the company is well-managed by checking its balance sheet and talking to experts about its business prospects.It's a healthy company with a strong balance sheet.Unlimited life goods are typically stored at historic cost in the balance sheet and there is no depreciation.Unisys had $ 820 million in cash on the balance sheet at the close of the quarter.
From Longman Business Dictionarybalance sheetˈbalance ˌsheet noun [countable]ACCOUNTING a document showing a company’s financial position and wealth at a particular time, often the last day of its financial yearThe company performed well last year, and has a healthy balance sheet with a good amount of cash.a strong balance sheeta clean balance sheet (=without debt or without too much debt) off-balance sheet
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