Public companies are required to file an annual report with the Securities and Exchange Commission detailing the preceding year's financial results and plans for the upcoming year. Its regulatory version is called "Form 10 K." The report contains financial information concerning a company's assets, liabilities, earnings, profits, and other year-end statistics. The annual report is also the most widely-read shareholder communication. (See management's discussion and analysis)
A report that all public companies must file annually with the SEC.
By law, each publicly held corporation must provide its shareholders with an annual report showing its income and balance sheet. In most cases, it contains not only financial details but also a message from the chairman, a description of the company's operations, and an overview of its achievements. Most annual reports are glossy affairs that also serve as marketing pieces. Copies are generally available from the company's investor relations office, and annual reports may even appear on the company's website.
The formal financial statement issued yearly by a corporation to its shareowners. The annual report shows asset, liabilities, earnings, how the company stood at the close of the business year and how it fared profitwise during the year.
The printed document that contains the annual accounts of a company. The annual report is posted to all shareholders every year. The quality of companies\' annual reports varies greatly
The annual report is a document of information aimed at shareholders and published by companies whether or not they are quoted on the stock exchange. The annual report must be published 15 days before the annual general meeting. It includes a management report, consolidated and social accounts, a table of results for the last 5 years and auditorsâ€(tm) reports.
The formal financial statement issued yearly by a corporation. The annual report contains a balance sheet, income statement, and other information of interest to shareholders.
In the context of the Australian share market, the annual report is a financial report or statement issued by a publicly listed company to its shareholders. The annual report contains profit and loss statements, balance sheet and a statement of cash flow, as well as notice of the Annual General Meeting (AGM) and business resolutions to be discussed.
A formal report on an organization's activities and performance in the preceding year. It often reviews mission-related activities, lists donors, and conveys information on the operation of the organization. It also may include audited financial statements and/or a statement by an independent auditor on the financial health of the organization.
Audited document sent to the share holders at the end of each fiscal year reporting the financial results of the company.
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Yearly record of a corporation's financial condition that must be distributed to investment company shareholders pursuant to the Investment Company Act of 1940.
sent by all publicly quoted (US: listed) companies to their shareholders after each financial year (before the AGM). annuity insurance - a life assurance contract in which the insurer pays a fixed sum of money annually, usually in return for a single cash premium
A financial statement provided to shareholders each year by corporations (including mutual funds), as required by Securities and Exchange Commission regulations. A mutual fund's annual report lists assets (such as the fund's securities holdings), liabilities, and earnings, as well as certain historical information.
Written report to shareholders summarizing the past year's financial results and news items of importance about products, law suits, board members, etc. A company's annual report must be distributed to shareholders under SEC regulations.
A status report on the current condition of a company. Issued once a year before the Annual General Meeting for shareholders' examination.
(1) A financial document that an incorporated business issues to its stockholders, and other interested parties, to report the business's activities and financial status for a specified period, which is usually the preceding year. (2) A report that an insurer must provide to variable insurance contract owners describing the investment performance of subaccounts for the preceding year.
An audited report of a corporation's year-end financial results and operations filed with the SEC. Shareholders may obtain a free copy of this report from the corporation.
A report filed by a REGISTERED COMPANY annually that updates the information contained in the company's REGISTRATION STATEMENT.
The formal financial statement issued yearly by a corporation. This report will show an investor the company's assets, liabilities, earnings--how the company stood at the end of the business year, how it fared profit-wise during the year and other information of interest to shareowners.
A statement (primarily financial) made by a company at the end of a fiscal year, presenting a record of the firm's activities and financial transactions throughout the year. Generally it is prepared to be distributed to shareholders of the company.
A form that must be completed by the guardian and filed yearly with the court. It reports on the well being of the ward in the guardians care. It must be filed within 56 days after the anniversary date of the appointment. There is no fee for filing an annual report. PC 654 for minors, PC 634 for adults.
The formal financial statements issued yearly by any listed corporation. The report shows assets, liabilities, revenues, expenses and earnings. The report also shows the company's financial condition at the close of the business year and any other useful information of interest to shareholders.
The annual report is issued yearly by public corporations to its shareholders, and contains the detailed financial and business information required by law. The front part of an annual report often contains marketing material such as impressive graphics and narrative highlights about the company's successes over the past year. This term also can refer to the document filed with the SEC containing all the information required of an annual report by the proxy rules, and more.
A formal report by a company or trust to members providing information about the operations and financial performance and position of the company or trust for the year.
A document that a company publishes each year, containing the financial statements, a description of the company and its operations, an audit report, a management letter, footnotes to the financial statements, and other financial and non-financial statements.
An annual information return that the employer must file with the IRS and DOL regarding the qualification, financial condition and operations of the benefit plan.
A yearly report of an organization's or government's financial statements and accomplishments.
The formal financial statement issued yearly by a public company. The report shows assets, liabilities, revenues, expenses and earnings. The report also shows the company's financial condition at the close of the business year and other basic information of interest to shareholders. The annual report is also the most widely-read shareholder communication. A semi-annual report is issued by a company for the first six months of its *financial year.
a brief profile on the health of a company
a clear and powerful reflection of any public company
a collection of corporate information and financial reports that most publicly held companies release approximately ninety days after the close of their fiscal year
a description of a company's business and financial well being
a document that a company makes available to its shareholders each year
a document that the SEC requires all publicly-traded companies to provide to shareholders each fiscal year
a document which tells you about the company's performance over the year
a financial report issued by a company to its shareholders stating the company's financial performance and other company specific issues
a gold mine of information, and the best part is that it's easy for you to get to, as long as it's for a publicly traded company
a good occasion to provide ILGA with financial support
a legally required document containing a summary of the financial position of a company or fund on an annual basis
an excellent first read for new investors who are learning to understand financial statements
a record published every year by a publicly held corporation that details its financial condition
a report on the company's operations for the past year
a vital tool of communication and therefore, the standard of reporting should be absolute and not compromised
a year end statement that discloses to the commission financial, equipment, operating, and management information about you and the operations you conducted under your household goods permit
a yearly statement that must be filed with the Office of the Secretary of State
All publicly held companies issue an annual report to their shareholders, as required by S.E.C. guidelines, or to anyone else who requests one. All of the finanial information in a company's annual report can also be found in its 10-k, a more detailed version of its annual report, but it is generally presented much more legibly in the annual report. A company's annual report will include a description of the firm's operations, a balance sheet, income statement, and cash flow statement. Many investors will want to review such financial documents to judge whether or not a company is investment worthy.
A voluntary report published by a foundation or corporate giving program that details its financial status, grant activities, and application guidelines and procedures. Produced primarily by larger foundations, an annual report can be a valuable source of information about a potential funder.
The yearly record of scheme's performance, and is distributed to investors and/or shareholders under SEBI regulations.
Corporate document issued each year to detail a company's financial results, its recent past and its outlook.
A voluntary report published by a foundation or charity describing its activities and financial condition.
A report, issued annually by corporations to their shareholders, that contains basic financial statements as well as management's opinion of the past year's operations and future prospects.
A document issued annually containing details on financial results and performance for the previous fiscal year, as well as perspective for the future.
A report produced annually for each PedNSS contributor comprised of 21 data tables that contain prevalence of demographic and health indicators, trends, and geographic comparison of local (e.g. clinic and county) health indicators. Generated upon CDC receipt of the contributor's full set of prior year data. A similar national report is produced in April of each year for the prior annual reporting period.
A yearly statement of a company's financial condition. It describes its activities and provides its balance sheet and income statement. The annual report also contains other information of interest to the shareholders..
a yearly summary of your hazardous waste activities submitted to Ecology by March 1 of each year. Required of businesses with RCRA Site Identification Numbers.
A publication that includes the audited financial statements of a company as well as management's discussion and analysis (MD&A) of its financial results and operations. The CPP Investment Board's annual report must be issued within 90 days of its March 31 year-end, tabled by the Minister of Finance in the House of Commons, sent to federal and provincial finance ministers, and made available to the public.
a two part financial report including a statement of assets and liabilities referred to as balance sheet. The second portion has an accompanying statement of income and expenses prepared as of the conclusion of the fiscal year of that organization.
Annual accounts which contain a review of a fund's current financial status and a summary of the changes that have occurred in the past year.
In Delaware, for LLCs this â€œreportâ€ is simply an invoice for franchise taxes due. Only information contained on the Annual Report is the name of the entity and the franchise tax due.
All LEAs enrolled in the LEA Medi-Cal Billing Option must submit an "Annual Report" to the Department of Health Services each year. The report includes information on LEA Medi-Cal reimbursement, reinvestment expenditures, anticipated reinvestment service priorities, certification of state matching funds, and commitment to reinvest.
A publication, including financial statements and a report on operations, issued by a company to its shareholders at the company's fiscal year-end.
Report produced by the Foundation for the community, donors, nonprofits, and others served by the organization
Each company must produce an annual report on activities which include financial statements for its AGM.
An audited financial report prepared by independent auditors sent yearly to a publicly traded company's shareholders containing, among other things, the names of the directors and officers, company earnings, and major corporate developments that occurred in the year to which the report relates.
A report issued by public companies yearly discussing a company's organizational and financial conditions as well as the progress made by a company during the year.
A statement of results issued by a company to its shareholders at the end of the fiscal year (the company's year-end) containing reports on company operations and formal audited financial statements.
a report filed annually with the state the company is incorporated in usually listing directors, officers and financial information.
The formal financial statement issued yearly by a publicly owned corporation, showing the firm's assets, liabilities, revenues, expenses and earnings.
Every fund manager is required by the Financial Services Authority to prepare a report which includes the fund's investments, how it performed and general financial information relating to the fund. This is sent to unit holders at the end of each financial year.
Information about a company that allows a potential investor to make an investment decision. Annual reports are distributed by the company and are generally designed to show the company in a favorable light
A formal report to unitholders of the financial status of a unit trust fund. This report must be audited by independent auditors.
It is the yearly record of a Mutual Fund's performance in an year. Under SEBI's guidelines, it is distributed to investors and/or shareholders.
A formal statement issued yearly by a corporation to its shareowners. It shows, among other things, assets, liabilities, equity, revenues and expenses. It is a reflection of the corporation's condition at the close of the fiscal year and the results of operations for that year.
A report a company publishes for its shareholders at the end of each fiscal year. The report includes required elements such as an auditorsâ€™ report and the companyâ€™s profit and loss account, balance sheet and cash flow statement. The report also includes elements such as letters and articles by the companyâ€™s executives, information on its financial condition, and significant events.
The formal report on a company's finances and operations sent to all owners of shares in the company. It discloses the company's business activity during the year.
A report that public companies are required to file annually to describe the preceding year's financial results and plans for the upcoming year. Included in an annual report is information about a company's assets, liabilities, earnings, and profit or loss.
yearly record of a corporation's financial condition distributed to shareholders under SEC regulations. This report covers the company's synopsis, balance sheet and income statement. Arm's Index: a.k.a. the TRIN. The Real Time Markets symbol is TIPN.X
Sometimes called the 10-K - This is the principal document used by public companies to communicate financial information to shareholders. It includes financial data organized into one or more balance sheets, income statements, and cash flow statements. Narrative information on subsidiary activities, product plans, important operating information, and, if applicable, research and development activities. The SEC requires that public corporations file this report within 90 days of the end of the company's fiscal year.
The financial statements issued annually to shareholders including balance sheet of the company, an income statement, cash flow and other comparative reports
The document that is reviewed internally and submitted to USAID headquarters by the field or Washington operating unit on an annual basis. The Annual Report is used to produce several other Agency reports.
A report that reflects an organisation or government body's financial and non-financial activities for the preceding year. It usually includes an annual audited financial statement. In the government, an annual report gives an indication of how well a department was managed and if it met its targets.
An employer report due by the second Friday in August of each year. The report includes STRS Ohio contributions and service credit by member for the prior fiscal year.
Includes details of the fund's investments and how it has performed with more general financial information relating to the fund. It is sent to you by your fund manager at the end of each financial year.
The formal financial statement t a corporation issues annually to its shareholders.
Is the yearly statement of financial condition for a financial organization. It includes balance sheet and income statement items. It may also include a descriptive synopsis of organizational highlights.
A yearly statement of a public company's operating and financial performance, punctuated by pictures of families enjoying the firm's products and/or services.
The means by which the trustees of an occupational pension scheme communicate financial and other information about the scheme to members, employers and other interested parties. The term is used in particular to describe the specific information that is required to be made available by trustees in relation to each scheme year under the Disclosure Regulations. This must include a copy of the audited accounts and of the latest actuarial statement and other information specified including a financial review by the trustees and an investment report.Â The detailed content of the audited accounts is described in the Pension Scheme SORP. Trustees often publish a simplified annual report for members containing the above material suitably summarised and, perhaps, illustrated.
A required annual filing in a state, usually listing directors, officers and the past years financial information. Can also refer to an annual report of business activity over the past year to be given by a corporation to its shareholders.
A financial report that is produced once a year by public companies and sent to the shareholders. This report must be audited by independent auditors.
Yearly statement of a companyâ€™s performance and financial condition over the fiscal year.
A report on EU and Member States' activities submitted to the European Parliament (EP), required by the Merger Treaty.
The report published annually by a stock corporation or an investment fund giving an account of business operations and the position of the company. The annual financial statements are also included and explained in the annual report. The annual report is available to every shareholder.
Yearly record of a publicly held company's financial condition. It includes a description of the firm's operations, its balance sheet, income statement and some historical information. The SEC requires a more detailed report called a 10-K which is available from the company.
The annual report is part of the personal property return that must be filed by most entities. It indicates the type of entity, name, mailing address, whether the mailing address is a new address, the Department ID number, the federal Employer ID Number, date and state of incorporation or formation, federal principal business code, whether business is conducted in Maryland, the nature of the business, and whether or not the entity owns, leases, or uses personal property in Maryland. In the case of corporations it lists officers and directors and whether the corporation can issue stock. The annual report is not the same as an annual report to shareholders that contains financial information required by the federal Securities and Exchange Commission.
Yearly record of a publicly held company's financial condition. It includes a description of the firm's operations, its balance sheet, and its income statement. Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC) rules require that the annual report be distributed to all shareholders.
Report to the stockholders of a company which includes the company's annual, audited balance sheet and related statements of earnings, stockholders' or owners' equity and cash flows, as well as other financial and business information.
A glossy, colorful brochure sent to a public company's or mutual fund's shareholders at the end of each fiscal year, reporting the financial results for the year (including the balance sheet and income statement) and commenting on the outlook for the future.
A statement of the complete financial and operating results of an insurance company for a calendar year.
is the formal financial statements and report on operations issued by an organisation to its stakeholders after its fiscal year-end.
A yearly report on the financial performance of a business and the state of its balance sheet. Reports range from simple documents giving the minimum of information required by law to glossy brochures packed with pictures and industry analysis.
A document filed annually (Form 5500) with the IRS that reports pension plan information for a particular year, including such items as participation, funding, and administration.
A document that summarizes the results of operations and financial status of a company for the past year and outlines plans for the future.
Your plan administrator must file an annual report with the IRS using Form 5500. The report, which you may request from your plan administrator, includes information on plan participation, funding, and administration.
Companies send their shareholders an annual report at the end of a fiscal year. The magazine or brochure sizes up company operations and displays earnings, sales, balance sheets and financial footnotes.
A formal presentation of the corporation's financial statements that is sent to its registered stockholders. If shares are registered in the nominee name (in the care of the brokerage firm), the proxy department has to obtain copies of the report and mail them to the beneficial owners (clients).
a detailed document prepared by a company at the end of its reporting year. This report usually contains various financial reports, information on company officers and directors, as well as an analysis on past and future operations of the company.
The yearly report made by a company at the close of the fiscal year, stating the company's receipts and disbursements, assets and liabilities.
Official report issued by a public corporation to its shareholders containing information about the corporation's financial position. The report must be audited by independent accountants.
A report a company publishes for its stockholders at the end of each fiscal year. The report includes required elements such as an auditors' report and the company's statement of earnings, statement of financial position and statement of cash flows. The report also includes elements such as letters and articles by the company's executives, information on its financial condition and significant events.
State law ( Public Resources Code section 41821 et seq.) requires each jurisdiction to annually submit a report to the Board that discusses that year's progress toward implementing waste diversion programs and/or facilities described in a jurisdiction's waste management planning documents. This report also includes the jurisdiction's calculated annual diversion rate. Annual reports are due to the Board August 1 each year for the prior calendar year. The Board developed a model annual report to help jurisdictions more easily meet this requirement.
a document distributed annually detailing the financial position of the company and other relevant information. All superannuation funds and ADFs (excluding self-managed superannuation funds) are required to provide an annual report to their members detailing information specified by legislation. Information which must be disclosed in the annual report includes; a summary of the financial position, the investment objectives and strategies of the fund including; asset allocation, reserves, fees and charges; names of trustees and persons to contact for further information.
A yearly statement of a corporation's financial condition that describes its operations and provides its balance sheet and income statement. In addition, other information that shareholders will be interested in will be furnished. See: Balance Sheet; Income Statement
The formal financial statements and reports on operations issued by a company to its shareholders after its fiscal year-end.
A report that contains financial as well as other information about the company’s performance and future business plans.
n. a yearly report of the financial and program status of an organization or institution.
A report sent to a public company's or mutual fund's shareholders at the end of each fiscal year, reporting the financial results for the year (including the balance sheet and income statement) and commenting on the company's operations. Most recent copy of the Pfizer Inc. Annual Report. (PDF)
The formal financial statements and report on operations issued by a corporation to its shareholders after its fiscal year-end.
A required annual filing in a state, usually requiring names of the directors (for corporations), members (for LLCs) and financial information. This term can also refer to an annual statement of business and affairs furnished by a corporation to its shareholders.
An audited set of financial statements issued annually by a fund. It explains how the fund has performed over the past year and contains details on the specific investments held by the fund.
The write-ups and financial statements given every year to investors and inquiring members of the public concerning a corporation's business
A report issued by a company to its shareholders at the end of the fiscal year containing a description of the firm's operations and financial statements.
The formal financial report issued by an insurer or other corporation that provides the year's financial information to its shareholders, stockholders, and/or policy holders.
The statutory report prepared by companies to inform shareholders an other interested parties of results and operations over a period, which is usually twelve months. It includes the profit and loss account, the balance sheet, and the directors' and auditor's reports to shareholders as well as any other statutory information.
A required annual filing in a state, usually listing directors, officers and financial information. Also, an annual statement of business and affairs supplied by a corporation to its shareholders.
includes financial documents.
Report of annual financial conditions of a publicly held company.
The yearly records of a corporation or a mutual fund company's performance and condition that is distributed to investors and/or shareholders.
The yearly audited record of a corporation or a mutual fund's condition and performance that is distributed to shareholders.
A voluntary report published by a foundation or corporation describing its grant activities. It may be a simple typed document listing the year's grants or an elaborately detailed publication. A growing number of foundations and corporations use annual reports to inform the community about their contributions activities, policies, and guidelines. (This annual contributions report is not to be confused with a corporation's annual report to stockholders.)
A document filed by a corporation or limited liability company each year usually listing the officer, director,s and registered agent.
Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation's yearly statement that specifies fiscal year-end financial information, major developments of the past year and planned activities for coming years.
A booklet sent by companies to shareholders once a year dipicting the company operations and describes earnings, balance sheets, profits, sales and other important facts about the company.
Summary of our major program activities during the calendar year and statistical profile of California individual and business taxpayers.
The report to shareholders published by a firm; contains information required by generally accepted accounting principles an/or by specific Securities and Exchange commission requirements.
The formal financial statement issued yearly by a corporation. The annual report shows assets, liabilities, revenues, and expenses. Earnings and profits for the year are shown along with other information of interest to shareholders.
A company's report to its stockholders on its performance for the past fiscal year. Usually includes text, photos and all of the required financial numbers.
Updates that detail performance for the year.
Yearly record of a publicly held company's financial condition. It includes a description of the firm's operations, balance sheet, and income statement. SEC rules require that it be distributed to all shareholders. Also a summary that a mutual fund sends to its shareholders that discusses the fund's performance and identifies the securities in the fund's portfolio as of a specific date. Mutual funds also provide this information in a semiannual report.
Financial statements and management's discussion and analysis of the company's operations and condition. For companies with registered shares under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, an annual report must be filed with the SEC, following a Form 10-K format. Most states require corporations to send annual reports to their shareowners. These usually require audited financial statements, but their form and content is left to management's preference.
A required annual filing in a state, usually listing directors, officers and financial information. Some states require that annual reports include a description of the firm's operations, a balance sheet, income statement, and cash flow statement.
Yearly report made by a company to its stockholders. They usually contain a balance sheet, an income statement, a list of changes in retained earnings, and how income of the corporation was used.
The corporate financial statement that shareholders receive each year. These reports are required by securities regulations.
A colorful, glossy brochure that a company sends out to shareholders, which includes audited financial statements and a report from management. The Form 10-K that the company must file with SEC contains more detailed information.
Accounts The directors’ report to shareholders setting out, in both text and financial terms, details of the company’s performance during the past year and the state of its finances and assets as at the latest reporting date, the Balance Sheet date.
The formal financial statement issued yearly by a corporation. The annual report shows assets, liabilities, revenues, expenses, earnings - how the company stood at the close of the business year, how it fared profit-wise during the year and other information of interest to shareowners.
a document that the government requires every public corporation to distribute. The annual report will show: the names of the directors, the earnings, sales, corporate strategies, assets, etc.
Yearly record of a publicly held company's financial condition. It includes a description of the firm's operations, its balance sheet and income statement. SEC rules require that it be distributed to all shareholders. A more detailed version is called a 10-K.
The corporate financial statement that shareholders eagerly await each year.
A voluntary report issued by a foundation or corporation that provides financial data and descriptions of grantmaking activities. Annual reports vary in format from simple typewritten documents listing the year's grants to detailed publications that provide substantial information about the grantmaking program. Many organizations post the Annual Report on their Web site.
a typically glossier version of a company's 10-k which is distributed to investors and is usually available at its website.
Written report to shareholders summarizing the past fiscal year's financial results and news items of importance about products, law suits, board members, etc. Prospective shareholders should also review the annual report because it provides important balance sheet information.
An audited report of corporation's year end financial results. The report contains detailed information related to the company's financial condition, legal liabilities and plans for the upcoming year.
A yearly report or statement of a company's financial health. It generally includes a balance sheet and profit and loss statement. Trustees of funds must also issue annual reports.
a document every public corporation is required to distribute, indicating the names of the board of directors, the company's overall financial condition (earnings, assets, etc.), management's discussion of operations, etc.
This is a report that the trustees of an occupational pension scheme send to members and employer's each year to keep them informed on the scheme.
An audited document issued annually by all publicly listed corporations to their shareholders in accordance with SEC regulation. Contains information on financial results and overall performance of the previous fiscal year and comments on future outlook.
A report prepared by a business entity at the end of its calendar or fiscal year. It presents a company's financial position and operating results for use by interested parties, including potential investors, creditors, stockholders, and employees.
a report issued by a foundation (or other corporations) that provides financial statements and descriptions of its grantmaking activities. Annual reports vary in format from simple typewritten documents listing the year's grants to detailed publications that provide substantial information about the grantmaker's grantmaking programs.
A report published by a company on an annual basis to update the investment community.
A report on the operations of a company (including financial statements) prepared once a year for shareholders.
a formal financial statement issued yearly by a corporation which shows assets, liabilities, revenues, expenses and earnings
A formal statement issued yearly by a corporation to its shareowners. It shows assets, liabilities, equity, revenues, expenses, and so forth. It is a reflection of the corporation's condition at the close of the business year, and the results of the operations for that year.
A financial document from a company that shows whether it made a profit or not and outlines its pluses and minuses.
A financial report sent yearly to a publicly held firm's shareholders. This report must be audited by independent auditors.
An annual statement issued by companies that reveals the overall financial position and performance over the past year.
A report describing the operation of the library or any organization during one fiscal or calendar year. Usually prepared for use by the director and governing body for distribution to news media, citizens, or other agencies. The annual report of public library statistics is required by Colorado law.
The Pensions Act requires the trustees of a pension scheme to communicate information about the scheme, its administration and its financial position on a regular basis. The content of the annual report is specified in the disclosure regulations . A shorter annual report may be issued for defined benefit schemes with fewer than 50 active members and for all defined contribution schemes.
The yearly financial statement issued by a mutual fund to its shareholders. It reports on the fund’s assets, liabilities, and year-end earnings, as well as certain historical information.
Every Corporation and LLC need to file a report typically with the Secretary of States office updating annually the address of the company, registered office, directors and officers, and other information depending upon the state.
This document gives detailed information on a company's financial health for the past year. Along with detailed financial statements, a company's annual report will also include a description of the company's operations for the year. A company is required by law to mail an annual report to all of its shareholders.A mutual fund is also required to report on fund performance to its shareholders. However, mutual funds are required by laws to report to shareholders every six months. So, a mutual fund issues an annual report (covering a 12-month period) and a semiannual report (covering a six-month period). A mutual fund's reports also contain detailed financial statements, as well as a discussion of the fund's performance and the economic events that affected it during the period. Asset Anything owned by a company, individual or mutual fund that has either commercial or monetary value or can be exchanged for other items of value
A voluntary report issued by a foundation, corporation, or nonprofit that provides financial data and descriptions of its financial activities.
Yearly record of the financial condition of a publicly held company. It includes financial reports, and a description of the operations of the firm.
A report detailing the company's preceding year's financial results and plans for the upcoming year. The report contains financial information about a company's assets, liabilities, earnings, profits, an auditor's statement and other year-end statistics. It is also the most widely read shareholder communication. Its regulatory version is called "Form 10 K." You can obtain a copy of the annual report from the company, usually from the investor relations department.
An annual report is a document which a company presents at its Annual General Meeting for approval by its shareholders.