When referring to assets, the term book value means the original cost of an asset minus accumulated depreciation. The book value of a company is the company’s total assets minus its outstanding li...
An income statement is a financial statement detailing a company’s revenue, expenses, gains, and losses for a specific period of time that is submitted to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SE...
Anyone who has ever worked in retail has heard the term inventory. For businesses, inventory is not only how stores keep customers happy, but it’s also how they keep supply chains moving (and ensur...
Net book value is the net value of an asset carried on its balance sheet.  Net book value results from the accounting technique of depreciating or amortizing the value of an asset: a company gradual...
One key indicator of a business success is net operating profit after tax (NOPAT). Considered an “apples-to-apples” measure, NOPAT helps investors determine how well one company is performing ver...