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Balance Sheet ABT Quote Abbott Labo

All | Income Statement | Balance Sheet | Cash Flow | Retained Earnings | PPE Schedule | Intangible and Goodwill Schedule
Year 201420152016
CashAndCashEqui 5,001 18,620 9,407
ShortTermInvest 1,124 155 203
Cash 6,125 18,775 9,610
AccountReceivab 3,418 3,248 5,249
Inventories 2,599 2,434 3,601
DeferredIncomeT 808 0 0
OtherCurrentAss 105 513 20
TotalCurrentAss 14,155 26,776 20,147
PPE 12,383 12,366 15,265
AccumulatedDepr -6,653 -6,661 -7,658
NetPPE 5,730 5,705 7,607
EquityAndOtherI 4,041 2,947 883
Goodwill 9,638 7,683 24,020
IntangibleAsset 5,562 4,539 21,473
OtherLTAssets 2 2,753 176
TotalNonCurrent 27,092 25,890 56,103
TotalAssets 41,247 52,666 76,250
ShortTermDebt 3,130 1,325 714
AccountsPayable 1,081 1,178 2,402
TaxesPayable 430 188 309
AccruedLiabilit 5,604 3,333 4,998
DeferredRevenue 0 0 0
OtherCurrentLia -1,867 636 489
TotalCurrentLia 9,186 6,660 8,912
Debt 5,871 20,681 27,210
DeferredTaxesLi 0 356 0
DeferredRevenue 0 0 0
OtherLTLiabilit 2,623 2,098 0
TotalNonCurrent 10,850 25,468 36,441
TotalLiabilitie 20,036 32,128 45,353
CommonStock 0 0 0
AdditionalPaidI 12,734 13,027 23,206
RetainedEarning 25,757 25,565 23,978
AccumulatedOthe -6,658 -7,263 -6,062
TotalStockholde 21,211 20,538 30,897
TotalLiabilitie 41,247 52,666 76,250
Abbott Laboratories 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 Abbott Laboratories 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.