These are Different, and let’s examine how and why: “However, my net profit for 2018 shows 100k
And retained earnings in balance sheet for 2018 shows 3k
For both reports I run date: 1/1/18 – 31/12/18”
And this is not stated quite right: “I can understand the net profit should match retained earnings.”
Resolution for 'Accounting Formula issue: 'Why retained earnings is empty, but shows in report' available: Yes.
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