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Cash Flow by Indirect Method

The Statement of Cash Flow is a useful tool in business management. In many countries, it is a mandatory piece that is part of the accounting reports of a company in the same way that the balance sheet and income statement.
See full text in:Cash Flow by Indirect Method.
To prepare the cash flow report, a worksheet is always useful to reclassify the data from balance sheets, to make them comparable, as well as, the adjustments, for possible subsequent events of the previous period.
Enter the reclassified balance sheet data in chronological order and the results will be shown after a click on Calculate

Company name:
Balance Sheet & Income Statement CASH FLOW
Year Year
Asset  Operating Activities
Cash & Bank Net Income
Receivable (net) Deprec & Amort
Inventory Adj. N-Op Results
Prepaid Expenses Receivables
Other account (Op) Inventory
Investments Other Acc (Op)
Other Acc (No-Op) Accounts Payable
Prop, Plant, Eq (net) Other liab (Op)
Intangible (net) Income tax
Total Asset Net Cash Op Activ
Liabilities & Equity Investing Activities
Accounts Payable Investments
Bank Loans Plant & Equip
Other liab (No-Op) Intangible
Dividends Cash Inv Activ
Income tax Financing Activities
Other Liab (Op) Equity Injection
Other liab (No-Op) Banks Loan
Common Stock Dividends
Capital Reserves Other financ
Retained earnings Expenses (N-Op)
Liab & Net worth Revenues (N-Op)
Income Statement Cash Activ Fin
Net sales Inc / dec Cash
Cost of good sold Initial Cash
General expenses End Cash
Provision for bad Clients
Income taxes expense
Other Non-Op expenses
Other Non-Op revenue
Net income

Note:This calculator is for educational purposes. The accuracy and applicability to particular cases is not guaranteed.

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