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Chapter 2. Balance Sheet: Current Assets > Designing the Balance Sheet

Designing the Balance Sheet

In contrast to the income statement discussed in Chapter 1, the balance sheet usually follows a fairly rigid format. Figure 2.1 shows a typical example.

Figure 2.1. The balance sheet for Bell Books, Inc., December 2001, demonstrates the equality of its Assets with the total of its Liabilities and its Owner's Equity.



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