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Balance Sheet AAPL Quote Apple Inc.

All | Income Statement | Balance Sheet | Cash Flow | Retained Earnings | PPE Schedule | Intangible and Goodwill Schedule
Year 201420152016
CashAndCashEqui 21,120 20,484 20,289
ShortTermInvest 20,481 46,671 53,892
Cash 41,601 67,155 74,181
AccountReceivab 16,849 15,754 17,874
Inventories 2,349 2,132 4,855
DeferredIncomeT 5,546 0 0
OtherCurrentAss 23,033 21,828 31,735
TotalCurrentAss 89,378 106,869 128,645
PPE 49,257 61,245 75,076
AccumulatedDepr -26,786 -34,235 -41,293
NetPPE 22,471 27,010 33,783
EquityAndOtherI 164,065 170,430 194,714
Goodwill 5,116 5,414 5,717
IntangibleAsset 3,893 3,206 2,298
OtherLTAssets 5,556 8,757 10,162
TotalNonCurrent 201,101 214,817 246,674
TotalAssets 290,479 321,686 375,319
ShortTermDebt 10,999 11,605 18,473
AccountsPayable 35,490 37,294 49,049
TaxesPayable 0 0 0
AccruedLiabilit 25,181 22,027 25,744
DeferredRevenue 8,940 8,080 7,548
OtherCurrentLia 0 0 0
TotalCurrentLia 80,610 79,006 100,814
Debt 53,463 75,427 97,207
DeferredTaxesLi 24,062 26,019 31,504
DeferredRevenue 3,624 2,930 2,836
OtherLTLiabilit 9,365 10,055 8,911
TotalNonCurrent 90,514 114,431 140,458
TotalLiabilitie 171,124 193,437 241,272
CommonStock 27,416 31,251 35,867
AdditionalPaidI 0 0 0
RetainedEarning 92,284 96,364 98,330
AccumulatedOthe -345 634 -150
TotalStockholde 119,355 128,249 134,047
TotalLiabilitie 290,479 321,686 375,319
Apple Inc. income statement is the only one that provides an overview of company sales and net income
The reasoning behind the adjustment, however, is that free cash flow is meant to measure money being spent right now, not transactions that happened in the past. This makes Apple Inc. FCF a useful instrument for identifying growing companies with high up-front costs, which may eat into earnings now but have the potential to pay off later.