A quarterly report is a summary or collection of unaudited financial statements. Such as balance sheets, income statements, and cash flow statements, issued by companies every quarter (three months).

In addition to reporting quarterly figures, these statements may also provide year-to-date and comparative (e.g., last year’s quarter to this year’s quarter) results. Publicly-traded companies must file their reports with the Securities Exchange Committee.

Quarterly reports include key accounting and financial data for a company. It includes gross revenue, net profit, operational expenses, and cash flow.