We’ve published our 2020 year-end financial statements, our SEC mandated 1-K. In the traditional public company world (if we were a “fully-reporting” company), they would be called a 10-K. The important difference between the two is the depth that we’re required to go into creating the statements, plus the level of audit required. For a … Continue reading 2020 1-K Filed – Annual Report
iConsumer is still very much a startup. While every company worth its salt values its customers and investors, we ESPECIALLY want you to know that we appreciate your support. Being involved in a startup is a special experience, full of interesting (usually interesting = good) twists and turns. Our Form 1-SA/A recounts our financial journey … Continue reading CEO Letter- Form 1-SA/A Financials 9/23/19
We’ve published our 2018 year-end financial statements, our SEC mandated 1/K.
Obviously, it’s your choice when and if to sell (or buy). But, if you ask me, I’d say “don’t sell yet”.
While we’re not required to file semi-annual financials, we think it’s a good practice to make sure that our shareholders have the ability to see how we’re doing. The filing can be found here. And always, we have an organized listing of all of our SEC filings here. There is a discussion of our results … Continue reading 2017 Semi-annual Financials
We’re required to prepare and publish audited financial statements yearly. Understanding those statements can be challenging. Early stage companies almost always show losses. Amazon showed losses for most of its history. It’s the very rare company that doesn’t show losses as it is getting started. Facebook, Google, Uber …. you can take your pick. All … Continue reading Cash is King – Interpreting iConsumer’s Financial Statements