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To: From: Date: April 11, 2016 Re: POM+ Project cash flow activities Background information: Top management has accepted the project that will now take a longer duration date to complete. Now that we are able to complete the project on July 19, we have a copy of the updated cash flow statement. Project Information: After reviewing the project, the total cost will be 1,692,000 dollars. Also, the most expensive activity is
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Unformatted text preview: the equipment rehab, which totals 528,000 dollars. The cash fow statement shows that in March, 450,000 dollars are expected to be spent, which is twenty-seven percent o² the total cost. However, in January, only six percent (a li´le over 50,000 dollars) o² the total costs will occur. For more in²orma±on please contact:...
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  • Spring '10
  • Porterfield
  • 50,000 dollars, 1,692,000 dollars, 450,000 dollars, 528,000 dollars

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