What is Cash Flow Analysis?
by Paul Newton
Publisher: Bookboon 2014
Number of pages: 44
This book will help you to understand how cash flows are generated and what factors affect them. It explains the purpose of a cash flow statement and how it complements the other key financial reports. It also shows how to analyze an indirect format cash flow statement to see the true financial status of an organization.
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