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Decoding Sealaska’s Financial Results
Wednesday, November 17, 2021

Unless you are an accountant or regularly study your copy of “How to Read Financials for Beginners,” it can be hard to understand financial statements. Financial statements provide a look into the health and profitability of a company. The document available by clicking the button below walks you through Sealaska’s most recent (2020) audited financial results and offers insights on each of the major components of our financial reports. This will help you interpret future annual reports and other financial statements from Sealaska.            

Financial statements are meant to help management make decisions that will affect the company in the future and provides shareholders, banks, customers, suppliers and other interested parties information about the company’s performance.


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