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TVS 004 – Financial Statements and Financial Jargon

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TVS 004 – Financial Statements and Financial Jargon

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Today’s episode we will focus on the three financial statements (Income statement, cash flow statement, and balance sheet) and financial jargon. I will walk through them line by line for a hypothetical manufacturing phone company. Attached is one of the best visual examples that I could find online.

*Picture taken from the coaching assembly blog http://blog.coachingassembly.com/

Examples of Financial Jargon that I will explain and use in a sentence:

  • Under Water
  • Burn the midnight oil
  • Bandwidth
  • Revealing the Kimono
  • Face Time
  • Out of Pocket

As always, please let me know if you have any questions, comments, or suggestions. Email me directly at alan@thevampiresquid.com or on the contact form.

Comments ( 6 )

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  4. ReplyAndy
    I wish that you had mentioned kimono references are considered kind of racist/sexist and should be avoided.
    • ReplyAlan
      You're completely right Andy, I should have but did not, will make sure to be more aware in the future.
  5. ReplyAdrian ajadalu
    Hi your podcast series has been really helpful...thanks man...adrian from nigeria

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