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Unmasking Accounting Data: Moving from Reporting to Being Strategic
What story do our financial statements tell us this month and year, to date? This was the question that was always directed at us by a former manager. He believed that financial statements tell the story of how a business is run and the direction it’s going. Most businesses publish their profit and loss statements, and balance sheets every month. These are the standard reports included in most reporting packages. Usually, the management tends to believe...
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