Statement of Cash Flows Paper

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Cash Flow 1 Statement of Cash Flows Paper Cheryl L. White University of Phoenix
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Cash Flow 2 Statement of Cash Flows Paper Businesses generate and publish financial reports of their business for a specific period of time. Most financial reports are created for the past year and are required if the business is publicly traded. There are several different statements in the financial report that are all equally important. However, to see the financial strength of a business, whether it is able to generate enough cash inflow to match its cash outflow, one would turn to the statement of cash flows. Purpose The purpose of the statement of cash flow is to provide information about a businesses cash flow through operating, investing, and financing activities (Kieso, Weygandt, & Warfield, 2007). The statement provides investors and creditors with information that will help to form a decision on the financial strength of a business. The statement of cash flows shows the company’s ability to generate cash and future cash flows through the operating section. In the investing section of the statement of cash flows shows that the company is able to pay their stockholders dividends and pay their
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This note was uploaded on 06/01/2010 for the course BUS BUS taught by Professor Edmunds during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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