Financial reports are documents that provide information about the financial performance and position of a business or organization. Some examples of financial reports include:
|Financial information||Detailed financial statements, including income statements, balance sheets, and cash flow statements|
|Business information||Details about company operations, strategies, and financial performance|
|Tax information||Details about taxes paid or owed, including tax returns and related documents|
|Personal identification||Names, addresses, and government-issued identification numbers of individuals involved in financial transactions|
|Confidential information||Any other confidential information related to the company's financial performance or strategies|
Financial reports may also include additional information, such as financial ratios and metrics, trend analysis, and management's discussion and analysis. Financial reports are used by business owners, investors, lenders, and other stakeholders to evaluate the financial performance and health of a business.