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Definition 

  • Cash flow is a financial term that refers to the net amount of money moving into and out of a business, individual, or investment over a specific period of time. It represents the actual inflow and outflow of cash or cash equivalents, providing a snapshot of the liquidity and financial health of an entity.
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  • In the context of a business, cash flow is crucial for understanding how effectively the company generates and manages its financial resources. Positive cash flow indicates that a company’s liquid assets are increasing, enabling it to cover expenses, invest in growth opportunities, and repay debts. Negative cash flow, on the other hand, signifies that a company’s liquid assets are decreasing, potentially raising concerns about its financial stability.
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  • Cash flow is often used as an indicator of financial performance and can be analyzed through various financial statements, such as cash flow statements, balance sheets, and income statements.
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  • According to Collins Dictionary, cashflow is defined as “the total amount of money being received and spent by a company or individual in a particular period of time.”
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  • Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines cashflow as “a measure of the net amount of cash and cash equivalents being transferred into and out of a business.”
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  • The Oxford English Dictionary defines cashflow as “the total amount of money being received and spent by an individual or organization, especially over a particular period of time; the movement of cash into or out of an organization.”

 

 

 

 

source (Collins Dictionary; Merriam-Webster Dictionary; Oxford English Dictionary)

 

 

 

 

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