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Income Statement. Two most common formats: Single-Step Format Multiple-Step Format. classify all revenues. then subtract all expenses. to arrive at net income. Net Sales $1,000,000 Rental Revenue $525,000 Total Revs $1,525,000. Cost of Goods Sold $725,000
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Income Statement. Chapter 4. What is Income Statement? What is the major difference between Income Statement and Balance Sheet?. Income Statement Balance Sheet. Reports the assets, liabilities, and owner’s equity At a specific date. Presents the revenues And expenses and
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Income Statement. Record Keeping Curriculum Georgia Department of Education Agricultural Education Written by Jimmy Scott Georgia Ag Ed Curriculum. Uses of an Income Statement. Summarizing revenues and expenses Determining profit or loss Explaining changes in owner equity