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17 - A311 netcashflows CCEtCCEt1 OCFt ICFt FCFt(3(1(2(1 Investingcashflows= investments)andcapitalassets(2 Financingcashflows=

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A311 (2/19/2009) In the cash flow statement: ± net cash flows CCE t    CCE t-1  + OCF t * + ICF t  + FCF t                (3)                  (1)            (2) (1) Investing cash flows = net cash flows from purchase and sale of financial assets (   investments) and capital assets (2) Financing cash flows = net cash flows from debt and equity transactions except  interest  payments are exclude (3) Operating cash flows = all net cash flows other than ICF and FCF Receivables ----------------------- …Generally result from: (1) Sales of products and services* (2) Loans/Advances to individuals or other firms (3) Other contractual claims for payment ...and may be either - Informal contracts (unwritten, “Accts Receivable”) - Formal contracts (written, “Notes Receivable”) * We will focus on (1) Receivables and HEP Principle . There are two
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2011 for the course BUS 311 taught by Professor Palmer during the Winter '11 term at Indiana.

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