Course 106: A Tour through the Income Statement
In this course
1 Introduction
2 Revenues
3 Expenses
4 Profit

The simplest part of the income statement, the revenue section, tells you how much money the company has brought in. Most often there is just a single number for each time period. Larger companies will sometimes break down revenues on the income statement according to business sector, geographic region, or products versus services. Other companies might provide this information in the notes to the financial statements. The revenue number is sometimes called sales, especially for retailers and manufacturers.

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