Cash Flow

What is cash flow?

Cash Flow Definition: Cash flow refers to the amount of cash or similar equivalents that transfers in and out of a business or organization. Many capital assessments and shareholder reviews pay close attention to cash flow, representing an organization’s ability to increase value and generate positive cash flow or inflows (funds flowing into a company).

Cash flow also indicates how quickly a company can move funds (outflows) and is often detailed in a separate statement, as a part of accounting reports for a specific period, including year-end audits. An organization’s cash flow is considered one of three types: financing, investing, and operations. Cash flow is analyzed by an accounting professional using free cash flow (FCF) or debt service coverage ratio methods.

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