Understanding Balance Sheets

Assets, Liabilities, and Equity

A balance sheet is a snapshot of what a company owns (or assets), what it owes (or liabilities), and the amount of money the owners have invested in the company (or shareholder's equity or owner's equity or just plain equity). 

This course teaches the basic components of a balance sheet. 

This course relates to Chapter 4 in the book, TeenVestor: The Practical Investment Guide for Teens and Their Parents. A more detailed explanation of the topic can be found on our site, TeenVestor.com

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1 Quiz
9 Texts
Emmanuel Modu
Emmanuel Modu
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