Assets. Anything a business owns that has value.
Balance Sheet. A summary sheet of business assets and liabilities.
Capital. The long-term worth of a business demonstrated by cash accounts, assets, and investments.
Cash Flow. Amount of operating cash flowing through a company, affecting its liquidity.
COGS. Cost Of Goods Sold. The direct cost of producing the goods sold by a company.
Income Statement. A report on how much a business earned and spent over a given time. Also called a profit and loss statement.
Liabilities. Legal obligations to be paid or debts to be settled.
Operating Expenses. The expenses a business incurs through its normal business operations such as rent, equipment, inventory costs, marketing, payroll, etc.
Profit Margin. Profit margin kept relative to total sales. There are three types: gross, operating, and net profit.
ROI. Return On Investment. How much was gained or lost on an investment relative to how much was spent.