# Algebra Math Label

## Equation ExamplesEquation Examples

Accounting / July 28, 2018 / Holly Mercer

The Statement of Cash Flows (also referred to as the cash flow statement) is one of the three key financial statements that reports the cash generated and spent during a...

## Logistic Regression ExampleLogistic Regression Example

Accounting / August 3, 2018 / Khloe Santiago

Reconciliation is an accounting process that uses two sets of records to ensure figures are correct and in agreement. It confirms whether the money leaving an account matches the amount...

## Earning StatementEarning Statement

Accounting / August 3, 2018 / Pearl Bailey

The cash flow statement is linked to the income statement by net profit or net burn. The profit or burn on the income statement then is used to calculate cash...

## Exponential Functions ExamplesExponential Functions Examples

Accounting / August 3, 2018 / Khloe Santiago

When one thinks of how successful or unsuccessful a business is doing, it’s natural to lean towards the strategic elements of an organization that ensure profits come in: investments, funding...

### Year To Date Profit And Loss StatementYear To Date Profit And Loss Statement

Accounting / August 3, 2018 / Holly Mercer

Debit to cash flow ratio - more simply known as debt ratio - is a comparison of a company's operating cash flow to it's overall debt. The purpose of...

#### Recognition ExamplesRecognition Examples

Accounting / August 3, 2018 / Sharon Hardin

Reconciling an account often means proving or documenting that an account balance is correct. For example, we reconcile the balance in the general ledger account Cash in Checking to the...

##### Example Of ProjectionExample Of Projection

Accounting / August 3, 2018 / Pearl Bailey

Turnover Rates. Your business’s historical turnover rates are the first step in forecasting your growing working capital needs. You need to analyze your actual income statement and balance sheet to...

###### Ratio ExamplesRatio Examples

Accounting / August 3, 2018 / Pearl Bailey

Comparing transactions and balances is important because it avoids overdrafts on cash accounts, catches fraudulent or overcharged credit card transactions, explains timing differences, and highlights other negative activity such as...