Use these free monthly and quarterly balance sheet templates to convey the financial position of your business during a specific time period to potential investors and stakeholders.
Monthly and Quarterly Balance Sheet Template
Use this monthly and quarterly balance sheet template to evaluate your company’s financial health on a monthly, quarterly, and annual basis. You can also use this template to project your financial position for a specified time in the future. Once you complete the balance sheet, you can compare and analyze your assets, liabilities, and equity on a quarter-over-quarter or year-over-year basis.
What is a quarterly balance sheet?
Is there a monthly balance sheet?
What does a professional monthly or quarterly financial statement look like?
The content of the interim financial statement completely depends on your preferences. Thus, We prepare the interim financial statements. It depends on how close they should be to an annual financial statements or depending on which other information you require. In monthly or quarterly financial statements, the following tasks are mainly carry out beyond normal accounting:
- Cut-off of all income and expenditure
- Recording of depreciation and reconciliation of fixed assets accounting with financial accounting
- Valuation of stock and determination of consumption of goods
- Reconciliation of intra-group accounts
- Determining and recording of interest expenses on loans
- Adjustment of provisions and accruals
- Corporate tax calculation
- Preparation of interim financial report per cost center
- Preparation of reporting package
- Variance analysis and commenting on the differences – so that you will be quickly informed of any extraordinary transactions during the reporting period, e.g. a newly acquired car or the bonuses paid to employee.
Moreover, This way, you also have an overview of your finances during the year. Upon request, even up to the standard of annual financial statements. Furthermore, you have prompt access to the financial data and can rapidly identify any negative developments and take countermeasures.