In looking at ths Financial Example, Balance Sheet Report, EACH of the columns is mostly the SAME. Do I have a older version of the model or is the model not meant to show any variance in key elements like Cash, Accounts Receivable, Inventory, etc.?
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The data has been created from the educational point of view and to specifically explain the concept of Financial Reporting in Power BI. So if you might have gone through the data you shall notice that all the next year’s figure are calculated on the basis of previous year’s figure by adding a factor of 1.15. Below is the screenshot provided for the reference of the data -
And so that’s why the variance in the Balance Sheet in Power BI is also consistent. Below is the screenshot provided for the reference -
Similarly, if you go through the Cash Flow Statement Data you’ll observe the same thing. There the formulas has been erased from the Excel file but if you take the figure of 2015 of line item “Cash receipts from customers” and divide the 797180/693200 you’ll get the same factor of 1.15 consistently.
I’m also attaching the working of the PBIX file for the reference.
Hoping this helps you.
Thanks and Warm Regards,
Financial Reporting - Harsh.pbix (860.6 KB)
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