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Profit and Loss: Calculating Net Income

Profit and Loss: Calculating Net Income

The bottom line on the income statement is net income, which is the amount of profit or loss a business has made over a specific period of time. In our lemonade stand example, Ackman calculates that the business will have a net income of $170 ($800 in revenue - $530 in expenses).

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If you're new to finance and investing, you might feel overwhelmed by all the jargon and technical terms. However, understanding the basics can help you make informed decisions about your money. In this article, we'll explore the fundamentals of finance and investing using a simple example: a lemonade stand by William Ackman.

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