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Financial Incomes and Expenses Report Table
from deck Business PowerPoint Table Design & KPI List, Flat Style (PPT Template)

Financial Incomes and Expenses Report Table

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide titled "Financial Incomes and Expenses Report Table" displays a table comparing financial incomes and expenses, with a focus on data visualization through 2 columns and numerous rows. Each column has a unique color to distinguish between the two categories: income is associated with green, and expenses with gold. There is a total line at the bottom, signifying the summation of the listed financial figures. Highlighted rows draw attention to specific items of importance, indicating a data focus highlighter feature.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a clean and professional look with a white background and two separate tables.
  • Each table has headers in bold, denoting distinct categories, one shaded green and the other shaded gold.
  • Additionally, each table includes colored icons: a green money bag symbol for incomes and a gold stack of coins for expenses.
  • Highlighted rows in the table are distinguished by bolder colors: light red for income and light blue for expenses.
  • Standard rows are uniform with light gray backgrounds and clear black font for text.
  • The tables are separated by a subtle gap, maintaining a well-organized and readable structure.
  • At the top of the slide, the title is set in large, bold, blue text, making it the focal point.

The visual composition of the slide is geared toward clarity and readability, with prominent use of color coding and icons to differentiate between income and expense categories. The bold color highlights within the tables serve to draw attention to particular rows, indicating significant figures.

Use Cases

  • Presenting annual or quarterly financial overviews to stakeholders or management teams.
  • Conducting budget reviews and financial planning sessions to outline income versus expenditure.
  • Creating visual aids for investor briefings or financial segment presentations in company meetings.
  • Reporting to the finance department or board of directors on the specific financial metrics and their performance.

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