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Balance Sheet ABBV Quote AbbVie Inc.

All | Income Statement | Balance Sheet | Cash Flow | Retained Earnings | PPE Schedule | Intangible and Goodwill Schedule
Year 201420152016
CashAndCashEqui 5,100 9,303 7,289
ShortTermInvest 1,323 486 772
Cash 6,423 9,789 8,061
AccountReceivab 4,758 5,088 5,384
Inventories 1,444 1,605 1,605
DeferredIncomeT 0 0 0
OtherCurrentAss 0 0 0
TotalCurrentAss 16,187 21,223 16,945
PPE 7,526 8,071 8,396
AccumulatedDepr -4,922 -5,268 -5,513
NetPPE 2,604 2,803 2,883
EquityAndOtherI 1,783 2,090 2,621
Goodwill 15,416 15,785 15,663
IntangibleAsset 28,897 27,559 21,233
OtherLTAssets 1,212 1,326 7
TotalNonCurrent 49,912 49,563 42,407
TotalAssets 66,099 70,786 59,352
ShortTermDebt 402 6,415 5,308
AccountsPayable 1,407 1,474 1,546
TaxesPayable 0 0 0
AccruedLiabilit 6,944 7,609 8,778
DeferredRevenue 0 0 0
OtherCurrentLia 1,028 1,143 1,607
TotalCurrentLia 9,781 16,641 17,239
Debt 36,440 30,953 35,002
DeferredTaxesLi 6,890 2,490 1,067
DeferredRevenue 0 0 0
OtherLTLiabilit 6,267 12,865 12,650
TotalNonCurrent 51,682 49,048 50,559
TotalLiabilitie 61,463 65,689 67,798
CommonStock 18 18 18
AdditionalPaidI 13,678 14,270 14,756
RetainedEarning 4,378 5,459 3,368
AccumulatedOthe -2,586 -2,727 -2,480
TotalStockholde 4,636 5,097 -8,446
TotalLiabilitie 66,099 70,786 59,352
AbbVie 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 AbbVie 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.