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