ANNUAL RESULTS

This page presents you with a view of how companies have fared during FY 2019-2020. As you thumb down the list, you can read a detailed report on each. These research reports are prepared by our internal team of experts to be your on-the-go investment compass.

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The annual report of a company is the best way to gain insights into the performance of the company's management. Watch this video and learn how to decode these annual reports and look out for valuable insights.

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Angel broking Knowledge Series | What to look for in an Annual Report?

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How to read company annual report

Annual results of companies are critical to investors when they are planning to invest. An annual result contains valuable information about the company, from the profiles of the top management personnel to indicative financial performance metrics. It is the ultimate report card of a company. Know how to read an annual result report and what to look for in it

Annual Result’s FAQs

  • What is Finance Bill?

    Finance bill is defined under Article 110 in the Constitution. It allows rights to the government to levy a new tax or continue an existing one beyond the period approved by the Parliament. Government introduces its proposal through a memorandum under Finance Bill. The bill becomes an act once approved through votes in the lower house of the Parliament.

  • What is Fiscal Deficit?

    Fiscal deficit refers to the difference between total revenue earned vs total expenditure of the government. It is indicative of total borrowing the government might raise from the market to meet all its expenses.

  • Vote on Account

    Vote on account allows an interim government to get approval to withdraw money from the Consolidated Fund of India while the election is underway.

  • Union Budget

    Union Budget of India is described under Article 112 of the Indian Constitution. On the first day of February, the union government presents the budget so it can be implemented from the beginning of the next financial year.

  • What is the revenue budget?

    Revenue Budget is an accounting of total revenue earned by the government and expenditure met with it, divided under tax and non-tax categories.
    Tax revenue refers to the government's earning from different tax sources. And, non-tax revenues are earning from interests and dividends from investments.

  • Consolidated fund of India

    Consolidated Fund of India includes revenue earned by the government from different tax sources and expenses made towards loans and borrowings. It is built under the provision of Article 266 of Constitution of India.

  • What are indirect taxes?

    These are the taxes not directly collected from taxpayers. These taxes are instead, levied on goods and services at different levels of production, which increase the final price. An example of indirect tax is service tax.

  • What are direct taxes?

    As the name suggests, these taxes are levied directly on taxpayers; it can be individuals, businesses, entities, or corporate. These taxes are paid directly to the government. Income tax is a common type of direct tax.

  • Customs duty

    Customs duty is a form of tax imposed on the import and export of goods. It is a form of indirect tax. Government impose customs duty to raise revenue, control movements of different products, and safeguard domestic industries.

  • What is the Capital Budget?

    Capital Budget is used by businesses to evaluate the potential of new projects, investments, new machinery, and more in the long run. Capital budgeting is a critical step to evaluate the merits of an undertaking and based on the findings, a project is either accepted or rejected.

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