Retained Earnings Statement

The retained earnings statement is one of the main financial statements. The statement uses information from the beginning balance sheet and the income statement for the year, and provides information to the ending balance sheet.

To understand the statement of retained earnings we first need to explain the meaning of retained earnings.

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