Financial statement analysis

Can anyone please discuss/explain why it is just as important to analyze financial statements as it is to prepare them. Thank you to everyone here at ehelp and god bless.
If I could get at least an partial answer to my question that would be helpful, thanks.
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Asked Aug 29, 2011
Edited Aug 29, 2011
Preparing the statements is intended to provide transparency to investors and lending institutions. It is important to maintain credit standing and support the value of ownership.

Analysis is important for those owners and lending institutions to evaluate their risk in owning and lending to them.
Answered Aug 29, 2011
Edited Aug 29, 2011
It is a process of reviewing and analyzing a company financial statements to make better economic decisions. Need financial advice visit us now!
Answered Dec 25, 2014
The benefits of financial statement analysis are that it can help your business thrive. Through financial statement analysis you can determine and identify financial strengths, weaknesses and relationships that exist in your company.For more information visit
Answered Jan 15, 2015
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Answered Jan 19, 2015

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