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Understanding Financial Statements

You may have heard the statement that “cash is king.” Any savvy investor would agree! A cash flow statement provides data on the cash flowing in and out of a company. Cash flow statements are often regarded as one of the most telling financial statements because it identifies how cash is being generated and used within a certain time period and is used as a basis of future cash flows.
 

The cash flow statement is reported in three categories, listed below:
Cash and Cash Equivalents (Beginning of the Year)
Cash from Operating Activities
Cash from Investing Activities
Cash from Financing

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