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Income Statement
Construction glossary

What is an Income Statement?

An Income Statement, also known as a Profit and Loss Statement, is a vital financial document used in the construction industry, providing a detailed account of a company’s revenue, costs, and expenses over a specified period. It outlines gross profits, operating profits, and net profits after considering all deductions. For construction firms, it not only includes direct incomes and expenses such as labor cost, material cost, subcontracting cost, but also share of overheads like site insurance, equipment rental. It is an essential tool used by construction firms to understand their financial health, profitability, and to make informed strategic decisions for growth and sustainability.