Sample Corporate Balance Sheet

24 Mar


If you are looking for a Sample Balance Sheet, here is one I created for my Corporate Finance students.  It’s not perfect of course, and you can always add or subtract things. Just download it as a Word Doc (or if that is not available, copy and paste to a word doc) and modify to suit your needs!


Here are some real-world examples you can use to compare:

An EXCEL ready-made template is available as well here: “Corporate Balance Sheet & Income Statement (Automatically Formulated Worksheet with Metrics” 

3 Responses to “Sample Corporate Balance Sheet”

  1. Harold Delk March 24, 2016 at 12:47 pm #

    A Word balance sheet? Would not Excel be a much better choice? Word processors are not the correct tool for financial analysis.

    • deceptivelyblonde March 24, 2016 at 7:05 pm #

      Not when you’re teaching college students who have to print it off and bring it to class. Especially when they have 0 experience in Excel and may not have it on their computers. 🙂 You are of course welcome to change it to excel! This was less intended for corporate professional financiers (who I assume know how to make their own) and more for people who wanted a simple sample to look at or use.


  1. Corporate Balance Sheet & Income Statement (Automatically Formulated Worksheet with Metrics) | Deceptively Blonde - February 28, 2019

    […] while back I posted a sample of a corporate balance sheet to use for informal work (e.g. in a classroom).  Unfortunately, that version was in Document form, […]

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