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Researching a Company: Annual Reports

Tutorials & Guides to Annual Reports

How to Find an Annual Report

Most companies provide its annual reports on the company's website (for at least several years). Look for links to "Investor Relations," "Company Information," or "About Us" for annual reports.  You can also use the links below for financial information

What is an Annual Report

The annual report to shareholders is the principal document used by most public companies to disclose corporate information to their shareholders. It is usually a state-of-the-company report, including an opening letter from the Chief Executive Officer, financial data, results of continuing operations, market segment information, new product plans, subsidiary activities, and research and development activities on future programs.

The Form 10-K, which must be filed with the SEC, typically contains more detailed information about the company’s financial condition than the annual report.

Source: SEC

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