Category Archive for: Statement of cash Flows

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A WORKSHEET’ FOR PREPARING A STATEMENT OF CASH FLOWS A’statement of cash flows is developed by systematically analyzing changes in the non cash balance sheet accounts. This process can be nationalized and documented through the preparation of a specially designed worksheet. The worksheet also provides the accountant with visual assurance that the changes in balance…

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Changelln Inventory

 The balance in the Inventory account-increases as merchandise is purchased and decreases as goods are sold. A net increase in the Inventory account during the period indicates that purchases during the period exceed the cost of goods sold Reconciliation net income with net cash flows, we deduct from net-income the amount of these additional purchases…

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Cash Effects

Whether you are an investor, a manager, or a taxpayer, you need to understand the difference between  cash flows and the accrual basis of accounting. Accrual-based information is used in determining the profitability and the financial position of a business-especially a business of considerable financial strength. But in evaluating such factors as solvency, type prospects…

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comprehensive discussion

A comprehensive discussion of budgeting is beyond the scope or this chapter. Budgeting issues are the majolica of discussion in Chapter 22 of this textbook. What Priority Should Managers Give to Increasing Net Cash Flows? Creditors and investors look to a company’s cash flows to protect their investment and provide future returns. Trends in key…

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the Statement of Cash Flows:

A Second L.ook Allison Corporation’s statement of cash flows was illustrated earlier in this chapter, Now that we have explained the nature and, computation of each cash flow in that statement second illustration is in order, We use this second illustration; which appears on the following, page, to illustrate the indirect method.of reporting net cash…

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Differences Between Net

Differences Between Net Differences Between Net come an Net Cash.Plows from Operating Activities Allison Corporation reported net income of $65,000, but net ‘cash flows from operating activities of only $50,000. What caused this $15,000 difference? . The answer, in short, is many things. First, depreciation expense reduces net income but does not affect ‘net cash…

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Cash Payments lor Merchandise and for Expenses

The next item in the statement of cush [low», “Cash paid to suppliers and employees,” includes all cash payments for PUl L’h’I~CS of merchandise and for operating expenses (other than interest and income Payments of interest and income taxes are listed as separate items in the statement. The amounts or cash paid for purchases of…

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PREPARING A STATEMENT OFCASH FLOWS AN ILLUSTRATION

Earlier in this chapter we illustrated the statement of cash flows of Allison Corporation. We will now show how this statement was developed from the company’s accrual-basis accounting records. Revenue. expenses, and  represent changes in owners’ equity and, therefore, may be regarded -as own,’ equity account”.Basically, a statement of cash flows can be prepared from…

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Cash and Cash Equivalents

For purposes of preparing a statement of cash flows, the FASB has defined cash as including botn cash and cash equivalents. Cash equivalents are short-term, highly liquid investments, such as money market funds. commercial paper. and Treasury bills. Transfers of money between a company’s bank accounts and these cash equivalents’ are not viewed as cash…

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AT AOL, MORE HOLES BY’THE MINUTE

Is America Online out of the cyber woods? Not by a long shot. Rushing to put Its busy-signal customer service debacle behind It, the online giant Is adding an average’ of 1,000 modems a day to reconnect angry subsrlbers. But its financial problems won’t be easy to fix. After taking a massive $285 million hit…

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