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The completed financial statements are then distributed to management, lenders, creditors, and investors, who use them to evaluate the performance, liquidity, and cash flows of a business. The preparation of financial statements includes the following steps (the exact order may vary by company).

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Statement can or may include

Verify Receipt of Supplier Invoices

Compare the receiving log to accounts payable to ensure that all supplier invoices have been received. Accrue the expense for any invoices that have not been received.

Verify Issuance of Customer Invoices

Compare the shipping log to accounts receivable to ensure that all customer invoices have been issued. Issue any invoices that have not yet been prepared.

Accrue Unpaid Wages

Accrue an expense for any wages earned but not yet paid as of the end of the reporting period.

Calculate Depreciation

Calculate depreciation expense and amortization expense for all fixed assets in the accounting records.

Value Inventory

Conduct an ending physical inventory count, or use an alternative method to estimate the ending inventory balance. Use this information to derive the cost of goods sold, and record the amount in the accounting records.

Reconcile Bank Accounts

Conduct a bank reconciliation, and create journal entries to record all adjustments required to match the accounting records to the bank statement.

Post Account Balances

Post all subsidiary ledger balances to the general ledger.

Review Accounts

Review the balance sheet accounts, and use journal entries to adjust account balances to match the supporting detail.

Review Financials

Print a preliminary version of the financial statements and we will review them for errors. we will create journal entries in the event errors are found to correct them.

Accrue Income Taxes

Accrue an income tax expense, based on the corrected income statement.

Close Accounts

Close all subsidiary ledgers for the period, and open them for the following reporting period.

Issue Financial Statements

Provide a final version of the financial statements. Based on this information, we will write footnotes to accompany the statements. A cover letter that explains key points in the financial statements.