Ch. 9 PROJECT CASH FLOW

Ch. 9 PROJECT CASH FLOW - CHAPTER9 PROJECT CASH FLOW

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SCENARIO TESTING ¡ The Need: Cash flows can be estimated from (1)  projects in progress, (2) projects under contract, but not  yet begun and (3) potential projects which will start  during the coming financial accounting period ¡ The advantages of spreadsheet analysis and high speed  computing has led to “scenario testing” of future cash  flow expectations. ¡ The Technology:  Spreadsheets allow managers to run  probabilistic cash flow projections that take into account  the factors noted above.
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CASH FLOW PROJECTION ¡ The projection of income and expense during the life of a  project can be developed from several time-scheduling  aids ¡ Public contracts, the owner requires s-curve of estimated  progress and costs across the life of the project ¡ The contractor develops this by constructing a simple bar 
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This note was uploaded on 11/11/2009 for the course CEIE 463 taught by Professor Bhargava during the Spring '09 term at George Mason.

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Ch. 9 PROJECT CASH FLOW - CHAPTER9 PROJECT CASH FLOW

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