Non Cash Expenses

Non cash transactions are expenses such as depreciation, bond amortization, and share based compensation expenses which are simply accounting entries and do not involve the movement of cash.

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NSF Check

An NSF check is one which has been returned to a business by a bank due to lack of funds on a customers account. Since the business has already entered the check into their records, a journal entry is required to reverse the entry.

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Classification of Cash Flows

The classification of cash flows into one of three types of business activity (operating, investing, or financing), is to help the user of the statement of cash flows to understand how the business generates and uses cash.

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Change in Working Capital

Operating working capital is the difference between current assets and current liabilities used in the day to day trading operations of a business. In most businesses this amounts to inventory plus accounts receivable less accounts payable, which represents the funding needed to buy inventory and provide credit to customers, reduced by the amount of credit obtained from suppliers.

Any net change in inventory, accounts receivable or accounts payable over an accounting period, results in a corresponding net change in business working capital. As the other side of the entry has to be represented by cash, the change in working capital represents a cash flow which is included as part of the cash flow statement.

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Working Capital Calculation

In order to manage its cash flow a business needs to understand the working capital calculation. Working capital is the amount of cash needed to fund the normal day to day trading operations of the business. In a simple business it would be calculated as Inventory + Accounts receivable – Accounts payable representing the funding needed to buy inventory and provide credit to customers reduced by the amount of credit obtained from suppliers.

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Cash Flow and Balance Sheet Link

The cash flow and balance sheet can be linked by looking at balance sheet movements. An understanding of this connection allows a business to control it’s cash flow by controlling it’s balance sheets.

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Cash Flow vs Profit

It seems strange, but the easiest way to explain the difference between cash flow vs profit is to look at the balance sheets of a business. The movements between balance sheets is the key to understanding cash flow vs profit.

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Cash Flow Funding

The net cash flow in or out for a business for an accounting period must be matched by changes in cash flow funding.

If we use the example cash flow statement below, the top half of the cash flow statement shows the cash flows in and out due to operating. financing and investing activities the final figure (highlighted in green) represents the net cash flow out of the business, in this case £57,000. In order for this to happen, the business must match this cash flow out with additional funding.

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Basic Cash Flow Statement

The basic cash flow statement is one of the main accounting statements. The cash flow statement shows a business’s cash inflow and cash outflow over an accounting period. The accounting period can be any length but is usually a month or a year.

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