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PDF Editor FAQ
How is the New York Times able to tell how much President Trump owes in loans and when they are due from looking at his tax records?
It’s my understanding that they also have financial documents related to his various companies.Business financial statements routinely contain information about the terms of any outstanding loans, including their repayment terms. For example, I get financial statement for my co-op every year showing the mortgage terms.Part of this has to be included for audit purposes. If a business is claiming an interest expense, the auditor will generally have to determine the terms of outstanding loans to see if the numbers are right. This is critically important for mortgages because you can only deduct the interest portion of mortgage payments, not the principal portion.
What are some big (i.e. well known, lots of users, etc.) Silicon Valley companies that are still unprofitable?
Four different companies, thinking only of "newer" companies, and not huge giants with longer term structural issues, like HP:Yelp. They've never turned a profit and are a publicly traded company (that I quite like; I've done their Yelp Elite program): Yelp Cuts Losses In Q1 To $4.8M, Sees Revenue Jump 68% To $46M And Record 102M Monthly Uniques On Web, 10M Mobile | TechCrunch and Financial Statements for Yelp IncPandora. Again, publicly traded, never turned a profit. Pandora: Poised For Profit? and Financial Statements for Pandora Media IncZynga. They're turned a profit a couple of quarters, but they've been long term unprofitable, and their financials are a mess. Zynga's Profit Overshadowed by Gloom and Financial Statements for Zynga IncTwitter. Not public, but I'm quite sure they're not a profitable business yet, and they're certainly large enough to be interesting on this list.
What is the difference between consolidated and standalone financial statements?
From your question, I assume that you understand the meaning of financial statements and so, I am not getting into that.Companies Act, 1956/ 2013 required/ requires every company to prepare and present its own financial statements reflecting its state of affairs as at 31st March, profit or loss for the year ended on that date and the net cash inflows/ outflows for the year so ended. Also, when a company has a subsidiary/ associate or joint venture it has to prepare and present consolidated financial statements.Let’s take an example. Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) is a separate legal entity and its subsidiary, Reliance Jio Infocomm Limited (RJIL) is also a separate legal entity. Therefore, as per the law both these companies will prepare their own separate financial statements. However, since RJIL is a subsidiary of RIL, it means RIL controls the operating and financial decisions of RJIL, thereby making them a part of the same GROUP. Therefore, RIL in addition to preparing its own financial statements (which in this case is called Standalone Financial Statements) will also prepare a Consolidated Financial Statements which basically reflects the financials of RIL & RJIL as a GROUP as it controls/ holds majority control in RJIL.Since, RIL also controls/ holds many other companies and firms, they are also a part of the group and in order to disclose the financial position of RIL as a GROUP, RIL consolidates (means adds) the financials of these companies/ Joint Ventures with its own financials (Standalone Financial Statements) to present Consolidated Financial Statements.Note: If you wish to check the names of the companies/ firms that are consolidated in Consolidated Financial Statements (CFS) of a particular company, you can refer to the Notes to CFS of that company which forms part of the Annual Report.Now, taking the second part of your question. Securities & Exchange Board of India (SEBI) which regulates listed companies in India requires every company to provide quarterly results to their Investors on or before a specified date for every quarter. These results may be standalone or consolidated as per the preference of the listed entity. Now, understand the practical difficulties for RIL to provide the consolidated results quarterly. RIL has hundreds of entities as its subsidiaries, associate and joint ventures. These include Indian entities and foreign entities. To present consolidated results every quarter, it would have to direct each of these entities to prepare its financials on a quarterly basis so that these can be consolidated with the standalone results of RIL. These entities may be in the form of a Company (Listed as well as unlisted), Partnership Firms, Jointly Controlled Entities and many other forms. Firstly, why will these entities take the unnecessary burden to prepare the financials quarterly. Secondly, when RIL has the option to not present consolidated results quarterly, why will it take so much burden of getting the financials of these entities prepared and then consolidate the same. As far as Investors are concerned, it is sufficient for them to refer CFS annually. How many of the retail investors do actually refer to CFS or even how many of them know the names of entities included in the CFS? For big investors, they have put the bet on RIL (i.e. the management of RIL) and again, the annual CFS would be sufficient unless otherwise any major event happen in any of these entities. Though, presenting consolidated results quarterly will definitely be a better form of Corporate Governance, but for practical purposes, it involves a huge time and cost factor for the companies and remember, they are there to do BUSINESS not just COMPLIANCE!!Hope this answer makes things amply clear.