Why is the overall performance the same

Overall performance

The overall performance of a company is only visible in the income statement (P&L) of a company if it was drawn up using the total cost method. The total output is the intermediate result of the first three items in the income statement. The three items are sales, changes in inventories of semi-finished and finished products or services that have not yet been invoiced and other own work capitalized. In some industries (e.g. construction industry, plant construction or project development), this consideration balances out the fluctuations in sales across periods. The consideration of the overall performance serves to take a closer look at the position of the sales revenues. The increase in inventories is an income within the period created and thus "supplements" the sales. The other own work capitalized relate in particular to self-made systems and tools, which represent income for the company and are therefore included in the total output.

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