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WACIF: The Numbers Story: Understanding Financial Statements

  • Anacostia Neighborhood Library 1800 Good Hope Road Southeast (map)

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Financial statements tell a compelling story about your business and are an important resource to help guide its next steps and growth. Learn how to read and use financial statements as a management tool and understand how lenders use them to evaluate loan requests.

At this seminar, you will learn:

  • Components of financial statements

  • The “numbers story” about your business

  • How financial statements serve as a tool for managing your business

  • How lenders evaluate your financial statements


Organizer of The Numbers Story: Understanding Financial Statements

Established in 1987, the Washington Area Community Investment Fund’s mission is to promote equity and economic opportunity in underserved neighborhoods in the Washington, DC region. Our mission is driven by three strategic pillars: inclusive entrepreneurship, community wealth building, and equitable economic development, and is fulfilled by providing access to capital products and services, and capacity building technical assistance to low- and moderate-income entrepreneurs.