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The Basics of Understanding Financial Statements: Learn How to Read Financial Statements by Understanding the Balance Sheet, the Income Statement, and Cash Flow Statement by Mariusz Skonieczny
This is a pretty simple book, and covers the basics of the three financial statements that investors use to determine the quality and value of a business. The target audience of this book is definitely a novice in understanding financial statements. Most of the information can be easily found online on various websites, but it is nice to have everything combined into a single book that can be ready quickly.
I would only recommend purchasing this book if you have never read or studied accounting or finance, as this book is just a brief introduction covering the three financial statements and explaining each line item.
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