Dear Sir, I am an accountant, please send me the calendar (iii) balance sheet and income statement of companies law 2013 in Excel format. There is no doubt that the introduction of a new format in Annex VI is a welcome step in line with the changes in the world accounts. But the format reveals an incomplete composition in many areas and raises many questions about how to present a particular object under which head. Interpretations lead to different formats of presentation on the part of businesses and, in the end, it has not been possible to achieve a uniformity that is the government`s intention. The possible discussion with the IACI is very necessary by the government to plug the ends in bulk. Please send me balance sheet and SPL in Word/Excel format can u please send me a new format of the company`s balance sheet review calendar VI Dear Sir I work at civil engineering com please proved new profit and loss a/c Format The next step of the gain is the operating profit. This is the difference between gross margin and sales and marketing costs, as well as administrative costs. The ratio of operating income to turnover measures the operational efficiency of the company. The ratio of operating expenses to turnover is complementary to the ratio between operating profit and turnover. Some expenditures that are not directly causally related to the year`s revenues are called discretionary expenditures. Training and research expenditures are examples of discretionary expenditures. The proposed Schedule VI does not specify whether they are to be included in the cost of goods sold or in general and administrative costs.

If they are included in the cost of goods sold, the amount of gross margin is distorted. They should therefore be included in the general and administrative costs. The revised final timetable VI should contain appropriate guidance in this regard. Can you send me the balce sheet, please, according to the Vi calendar. Please send me a revised income statement format please send me the revised format of the balance sheet and income statement with reasons &logic behind each item, z.B. why there are no overheads in the revised income statement. Sometimes, analysts calculate the ratio of earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) to revenue to assess profitability. The ratio is called the cash-to-profit ratio. This ratio is useful for calculating the margin relative to current expenditure, especially in capital-intensive sectors, such as telecommunications. The profit and loss account provides the information necessary for the calculation of EBITDA. Please correct the uploaded statements by not having a revised calendar concept. Instead, there are comments on the accounts and all aggregations of all items at the front of the balance sheet and income statement should be referenced by notes.

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