Financial Statements - Statement of Cash Flow

B. Statement of cash flow
A statement of cash flow shows a person's cash receipts (income) and cash disbursements (expenses) for a given period of time. The cash flow statement may also be referred to an income statement.

The cash flow statement will show whether an individual's spending exceeds his or her income, or where personal spending might be trimmed to increase savings and investment.

JAMES L. and SUSAN M. DAVIES
MONTHLY CASH FLOW STATEMENT


CASH INFLOWS
Salary - James
Salary - Susan
Total


$4,000
2,250
$6,250

CASH OUTFLOWS
Roth IRA contributions
401(k) contributions
Mortgage (P&I)
Property taxes
Homeowners insurance
Other insurance
Home maintenance
Food
Utilities
Transportation
Car payments
Clothing

Total



$ 600
400
1,517
230
105
150
225
525
310
205
240
250

$4,757


SURPLUS CASH FLOW

$1,493
Business: Balance Sheet and Income Statement

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