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Understanding the Statement of Financial Position

The "Statement of Financial Position" within the context of an Estonian company's annual report is a financial statement that offers a comprehensive view of the company's financial status at a specific moment in time.

This statement encompasses the company's assets, liabilities, and equity. In Estonia, it is mandatory for all companies to submit the annual report within six months following the end of the fiscal year.

Typically, the annual report in Estonia includes the balance sheet, income statement, and cash flow statement, alongside other pertinent financial data.

It's important to emphasize that the information found in the annual report is publicly accessible and widely utilized, particularly by banks and other financial institutions, to assess a company's financial stability and health.

The annual report serves several crucial purposes:

It aims to provide transparency and accountability to shareholders, investors, and other interested parties.

It ensures compliance with Estonia's legal requirements for financial reporting.

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Updated on: 10/03/2024

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