Financial Performance

We are able to pay our billscurrent ratio (current assets / current liabilities)
We have diversified revenues$ revenue by source
# customers accounting for x% of sales
% revenue by source
% total revenue by top 3 customers
We have extra funds to manage future shortfallsaccumulated annual surplus (operating reserve)
We have sufficient financial return on the capital we investreturn on Investment (for specific capital investment)
return on assets (net profit / total assets)
We manage our debtdebt/asset Ratio
We are increasing the number and value of donors and partnersanecdotes/ quotes of “grant funding highlights”
# donors/partners
$ donations
$ / donor
We cover all of our costs with the sales revenue that we receive% net margin (net profit ÷ Sales x 100; net profit = sales - total expenses)
We cover the cost of sales from the sales revenue% gross margin (gross profit ÷ sales x 100)
We maximize profits by product/servicechange in profit margin by product/service (or graph which breaks out time periods)
We maximize revenues and control costs to increase profits$ revenue by product/service
Break out of revenue/cost structure from Income Statement
We maximize revenues and control costs to increase profitschange in revenue by product/service (or graph which breaks out time periods)
We earn sufficient income from the business and can meet any shortfall from other sourcesbusiness cost recovery ratio (business costs/sales revenue). Business costs are net of social costs to directly support the mission
% revenue from sales
We enable our parent organization to be more financial sustainablelist of the use(s) of surplus generated 
$ value of revenues (and/or profit) generated for non-profit parent organization


You may also be interested in the following DV tools, resources and blogs on the DV website: 

Financial Intelligence for Social Enterprises

Financial Ratio Analysis

Understanding Financial Success: Three Key Questions for Social Enterprises (blog)