Samantha Karp Fin200 Assignment week 1

Samantha Karp - -10000 common stock dividends paid-50000 Net Cash flows from financing activities Net Increase(decrease in cash flows#28 Net income

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#27 Crosby Corporation Statement of Cash Flow Year Ending Date December 31st 2009 Cash Flow from operating activities Net Income (earnings after taxes) Adjustments to determine cash flow from operating activities: Add back depreciation 150,000 Increase in accounts recievable -20,000 Increase in inventory -20000 Decrease in prepaid expenses 20000 Increase in accounts payable 190000 Decrease in accured expenses -20000 Total Adjustments Net Cash Flow from operating activities Cash flow from investing activities: Increase in investments(long term securities) -10,000 Increase in plant and equipment -400,000 Net Cash flows from investing activities Cash flows from financing activities: Increase in bonds payable 50000 preferred stock dividends paid
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Unformatted text preview: -10000 common stock dividends paid-50000 Net Cash flows from financing activities Net Increase (decrease) in cash flows #28 Net income is the change owners represents in owners' equity during a period. This does not include the effects of any additional investments or withdrawals by the ow Cash flow is the movement of cash in or out of a business. #29 No, it is not a very satisfactory situation. Short term sources are not a guarentee to sta Fixed assets are more of a permanent guarentee. The company may want to consider other long term investments to help the situation. 160,000 300,000 460,000-410,000-10000 40,000 wners. ay around. r some...
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This note was uploaded on 10/30/2010 for the course FIN 320 ASDFI taught by Professor Asdf during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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