While there are numerous reporting requirements mandated by the SEC the most

While there are numerous reporting requirements

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to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). While there are numerous reporting requirements mandated by the SEC, the most commonly referenced financial reports are the 10-K (annual report) and the 10-Q (quarterly report). The two sites below provide a complete list of SEC forms and a searchable database of for-profit firms. U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Forms List: U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission: For-profit organizations’ investor relations pages typically provide financial statement details. An example can be found at the link below from the Healthcare Corporation of America (HCA). Examine the “SEC Filings” section of the website. HCA Healthcare Investor Relations: Not-for-profit organizations are not required to submit financial reports to the SEC, but are required to complete the IRS Form 990. A Form 990 serves as a tax return for an organization exempt from income
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tax and it provides the public with financial information about the nonprofit organization. Certain nonprofits have more comprehensive reporting requirements, such as hospitals and other health care organizations, which are required to include more details by filing a Schedule H form. The websites below provide access to these reports directly or provide a summary of the information found on the not-for- profit’s reporting documents. By entering the name, location and other specifics of the organization, you can locate the relevant financial data for evaluation and analysis purposes. 990 Finder: Search Hospital Finances: Guidestar:
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  • Spring '14
  • eaton
  • Balance Sheet, Financial Analysis and Management Reporting, use of a common set of financial statements

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