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Income Statement (INTT)

itemMar 2024Dec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023
gross Profit$13.07M$11.56M$15.33M$15.03M$15.05M
NET Income$662.00K$766.00K$2.27M$2.79M$2.81M
total Revenue$29.82M$26.16M$32.66M$32.55M$31.91M

Balance Sheet (INTT)

itemMar 2024Dec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023
cash Equivalents-----
net Debt-$233.00K-$27.79M-$23.38M-$17.65M$5.74M
stockholders Equity$99.31M$96.28M$94.61M$92.06M$68.49M
total Assets$159.52M$137.94M$134.58M$132.85M$113.51M
total Debt$27.09M$17.46M$18.29M$19.78M$21.16M
total Liabilities$60.21M$41.66M$39.97M$40.79M$45.01M

Cash Flow (INTT)

itemMar 2024Dec 2023Sep 2023Jun 2023Mar 2023
financing Cash Flow-$874.00K-$969.00K-$1.52M$18.95M-$853.00K
free Cash Flow$1.73M$4.37M$5.90M$2.48M$2.15M
investing Cash Flow----$375.00K-$334.00K
operating Cash Flow$2.07M$4.68M$6.17M$2.85M$2.48M

inTEST (INTT) Financials

The income statement of inTEST Corp (INTT) provides a comprehensive overview of the company's financial performance. It outlines the revenue and expenses incurred during a specific period, allowing investors and analysts to evaluate profitability. The gross profit is a key metric on the income statement that indicates the amount remaining after deducting the cost of goods sold. It showcases the company's ability to generate revenue and manage production costs efficiently. Another crucial indicator is the net income from stockholders, which reveals the profit or loss attributable to the shareholders. This metric reflects the company's profitability after accounting for all expenses and taxes.

The balance sheet of inTEST Corp (INTT) provides a snapshot of its financial position at a specific point in time. It presents the company's assets, liabilities, and stockholders' equity. Total assets represent all resources owned by the company, including cash, investments, and property. Liabilities encompass all debts and obligations owed by the company to external sources. Stockholders' equity represents the residual interest after deducting liabilities from assets. Cash equivalents reflect the company's short-term liquid assets, which are readily convertible into cash. Net debt indicates the company's total debt minus its cash and cash equivalents.

Understanding the cash flow statement of inTEST Corp (INTT) is essential for assessing the company's ability to generate cash and its liquidity position. It consists of three sections: operating, investing, and financing cash flows. Operating cash flow indicates the cash generated or used by the company's core operations, providing insights into its day-to-day cash generation abilities. Investing cash flow reveals the company's cash flows related to investments in assets or acquisitions of other companies. Financing cash flow represents the cash flows from borrowing or repaying debt, issuing or buying back stock, and paying dividends. Free cash flow, derived from the operating cash flow, subtracts capital expenditures and reveals the cash available for distribution to investors or reinvestment in the business.

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