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Finance Information: Annual Reports

Access databases, web sites, and current business financial information

Library Resources for Annual Reports

Since a company's annual report provides so much financial information, it is one of the primary sources you should look at in analyzing a company.

FIS Mergent provides annual reports for over 10,000 public U.S. based companies.

ProQuest ABI/Inform Complete: Annual Reports

Use ProQuest to find older annual reports:

Other Sources of Annual Reports

How to find an annual report and tips for reading an annual report

Usually, you can find a company's annual report on its web site.  Look for a link for investors or investor relations, often under the About us link.

Below are additional web sites you can research:

About: Investing for Beginners: Free Annual Reports

Annual Reports.Com

Carol World: Annual Reports of Companies in the U.S., Europe, and Asia 

Irin Annual Report Resource Center 



SEC Filings

Edgar SEC Full Text Search
If you use the Advanced Search Page feature, you can enter the company name, the  type of filing you want such as the 10-K, the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC), and the Central Index Key (CIK). The full text goes back four years.

You can also try the a search at http://www.sec.gov/edgar/searchedgar/companysearch.html

Need Help Reading Financial Statements?

The library has a number of books and recommended web sites to help you read financial statements.

Consult the library handout.