Table of contents for Financial intelligence : a manager's guide to knowing what the numbers really mean / Karen Berman and Joe Knight ; with John Case.

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Table of Contents
Part 1
The Art of Finance (and Why It Matters)
1. You Can't Always Trust the Numbers		
2. Spotting Assumptions, Estimates, and Biases
3. Why Increase Your Financial Intelligence?
Part 1 Toolbox
Part 2
The (Many) Peculiarities of the Income Statement
4. Profit Is an Estimate 
5. Cracking the Code of the Income Statement
6. Revenue: The Issue Is Recognition
7. Costs and Expenses: No Hard and Fast Rules
8. The Many Forms of Profit
Part 2 Toolbox
Part 3
The Balance Sheet Reveals the Most
9. Understanding Balance-Sheet Basics
10. Assets: More Estimates and Assumptions (Except for Cash)
11. On the Other Side: Liabilities and Equity
12. Why the Balance Sheet Balances 
13. The Income Statement Affects the Balance Sheet
Part 3 Toolbox
Part 4
Cash Is King
14. Cash Is a Reality Check
15. Profit ? Cash (And You Need Both)
16. The Language of Cash Flow 
17. How Cash Connects With Everything Else
18. Why Cash Matters
Part 4 Toolbox
Part 5
Ratios: Learning What the Numbers are Really Telling You
19. The Power of Ratios
20. Profitability Ratios: The Higher the Better
21. Leverage Ratios: The Balancing Act
22. Liquidity Ratios: Can We Pay Our Bills?
23. Efficiency Ratios: Making the Most of Your Assets
Part 5 Toolbox
Part 6
How to Calculate (and Really Understand) Return on Investment
24. The Building Blocks of ROI
25. Figuring ROI: The Nitty Gritty
Part 6 Toolbox
Part 7
Applied Financial Intelligence: Working Capital Management
26. The Magic of Managing the Balance Sheet
27. Your Balance Sheet Levers
28. Homing In On Cash Conversion 
Part 7 Toolbox
Part 8
Creating a Financially Intelligent Department (and Organization)
29. Financial Literacy and Corporate Performance
30. Financial Literacy Strategies
31. Financial Transparency: Our Ultimate Goal
Part 8 Toolbox
Appendix: Sample Financials
About the Authors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Financial statements.
Cash management.
Corporations -- Finance.