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Financial Statements

American Shared Hospital Services

American Shared Hospital Services (AMS)

Healthcare

Balance Sheet Statement

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Year 2009201020112012201320142015201620172018
Cash and cash equivalents 9.8810.4911.6310.6110.9610.112.263.122.501.79
Short-term investments ----------
Cash and short-term investments 9.8810.4911.6310.6110.9610.112.263.122.501.79
Receivables 3.883.804.764.114.673.323.154.385.246.88
Inventories ----------
Property, Plant & Equipment Net 43.2947.3653.2753.6851.3850.0447.1251.3348.4946.69
Goodwill and Intangible Assets ----------
Long-term investments 2.622.622.662.692.702.710.580.58--
Tax assets 0.220.310.490.310.340.37----
Total non-current assets 29.8934.8539.4238.8435.9025.1220.2424.7419.2816.98
Total current assets 46.1550.2756.9266.3764.0453.2848.1152.7349.2847.56
Total assets 60.6265.3474.5373.3271.7467.5354.1160.6058.1857.50
Payables 0.320.340.280.260.570.420.380.320.360.43
Short-term debt 6.716.077.627.678.7714.897.007.087.276.53
Total current liabilities 7.987.449.949.6511.7916.258.708.689.019.47
Long-term debt 26.9731.6735.9835.5632.5320.7816.1119.9615.8713.64
Total debt 33.6737.7443.6043.2341.3035.6623.1227.0423.1420.17
Deferred revenue -----0.870.720.610.500.38
Tax Liabilities 2.923.183.443.283.373.473.404.182.912.96
Deposit Liabilities ----------
Total non-current liabilities 29.8934.8539.4238.8435.9025.1220.2424.7419.2816.98
Total liabilities 37.8742.3049.3648.4947.6941.3728.9333.4228.2926.45
Other comprehensive income ----0.36-0.44-----
Retained earnings (deficit) 6.216.266.776.816.495.544.024.956.877.90
Total stockholders equity ----------
Investments 2.622.622.662.692.702.710.580.58--
Net Debt 23.7927.2531.9732.6230.3425.5520.8623.9120.6418.37
Other Assets 0.710.791.22-7.76-7.920.810.600.371.161.28
Other Liabilities 0.951.032.051.722.440.941.321.281.382.51

American Shared Hospital Services income statement is the only one that provides an overview of company sales and net income
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