Condensed consolidating financial information
For all other reports and registration statements containing historical data, it is the date up through which that historical data is presented.
If there is no historical data in the report, use the filing date. Indicate number of shares or other units outstanding of each of registrant's classes of capital or common stock or other ownership interests, if and as stated on cover of related periodic report.
Indicate "Yes" or "No" if the registrant is a well-known seasoned issuer, as defined in Rule 405 of the Securities Act.
This information should be based on the registrant's current or most recent filing containing the related disclosure.
Indicate whether the registrant is one of the following: (1) Large Accelerated Filer, (2) Accelerated Filer, (3) Non-accelerated Filer, (4) Smaller Reporting Company (Non-accelerated) or (5) Smaller Reporting Accelerated Filer.
A consolidated balance sheet and a condensed balance sheet both provide an overview of a company's financial position.
Beyond that, though, they're considerably different. A consolidated balance sheet provides information about a company and all its subsidiaries in a single document.