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Not really- a tax return and a balance sheet are not really comparable to one another. I can tell you whether I think it looks strong in general or compared to another company, though.
This balance sheet isn't in balance. Assets should equal liabilities plus shareholder's equity. If you have reviewed all of your asset and current liability balances as of 27 March and know them to be correct, then I would say that your capital balances are off. It's a little unusual to separate out "Owner's Equity" from "Shareholders' Equity," so my guess would be that you are double counting there.
This company looks ok to me. I would want to see a series of complete financial statements over time before providing an opinion on trends. However, at this point in time, the balance sheet appears strong. If sales are good and the company isn't just burning through cash, then it is probably in good shape.
This one is still out of balance. Actually, this one is pretty much the same as the one you sent before.