Net Income

What is Net Income?

Net Income shows how much money a company earns after expenses. Net Income represents the amount of money a company earns after all operating expenses, interest, taxes and dividends on preferred shares have been paid for. If Net Income is negative, it means that a company spent more money than it earned. In other words, they lost money.

Why is Net Income important?

Net income shows investors if a company is profitable or not. When a company can earn more money than it spends, it’s net income is positive. These profits can potentially be distributed to shareholders through dividends, buybacks, or investment back into the company. However, it’s important to remember that companies use different methods to determine Net Income depending on their location and earnings report. 

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