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Icons Financial Dictionary - Balance Sheet Deferred Revenues, Assets, Something Earning $, Liabilities, Something Costing Us $, Equity, Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Notes Payable, Accrued Expenses, Long-Term Debt, Taxes Payable, Credit Line, Lo
from deck Financial Report and Performance Indicators Presentation (PPT Template)

Icons Financial Dictionary - Balance Sheet

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide provides a visual representation of financial terms related to a balance sheet, designed to facilitate easier understanding and memorization. It covers deferred revenues (income received but not earned), assets (resources with economic value), liabilities (debts or obligations), equity (ownership interest), and various categories of accounts and expenses like receivable, payable, long-term debt, and taxes, each paired with a distinct icon.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a clean, professional design with a dark background and a contrasting teal header with white text.
  • A variety of financial icons are displayed in two columns spanned across three rows.
  • Each icon is labeled with the financial term it represents, placed underneath the graphic in a smaller, bold font.
  • The icons are uniformly styled in a monochromatic blue, symbolizing clarity and professionalism.
  • A small circle at the bottom right contains an additional icon, distinct in design with teal and white coloring, emphasizing the key feature of being fully editable.
  • The header includes a larger title text on the left and an additional message "Fully editable icons" on the right, indicating the customizable nature of the slide elements.

The slide's visual composition is clean and organized, with an emphasis on simplicity and ease of understanding. The icons, paired with their respective financial terms, help to create a quick reference guide with a visually appealing design.

Use Cases

  • To introduce financial terminology to non-finance professionals during an educational or training session.
  • As a quick reference guide during financial presentations to reinforce the understanding of balance sheet elements.
  • To enhance communication between financial and non-financial teams within a company by providing clear visual aids.
  • In a pitch to potential investors to explain the financial status and structure of the startup or project seeking funding.

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