a financial statement projecting anticipated income, expenses and cash flow for some specified future period
A projection into the future. Examples are a pro forma balance sheet and a pro forma income statement.
A financial statement based on anticipated, not actual, income and expenses.
A financial or accounting statement using estimates and assumptions to project income and the performance of real property over a period of time.
A financial statement prepared on the basis of some assumed events or transactions. For example, pro forma statements might be prepared by a company considering acquisition of another company to show the projected combined results.
A financial statement showing the forecast or projected operating results and balance sheet, as in pro forma income statements, balance sheets, and statements of cash flows.
An unaudited financial statement prepared at a date not coinciding with the fiscal year's regular reporting. A company may thus draw up a pro forma profit and loss statement, balance sheet and cash flow statement. Français: Relevé pro-forma Español: Declaración pro forma
A projection of future income and expenses.
Hypothetical statements of how financial statements would appear if forecasted events such as sales or production increases had occurred.
An estimate of the economic results of a proposed project, a projected income statement