Often, business owners typically look at their Profit and Loss Statement at the end of the year. And while they may glance over the report, entrepreneurs know that P&L Statements are important to the “financial guys.” However, most business owners don’t know how to read the reports. If you are one of those business owners, then you are crippling your financial department. Without your P&L’s story, you cannot create a transformative business budget nor can you build a pro forma. So today, let me show you how to read a P&L Statement.