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Cash Flow Statement

  1. How can you use a cash flow statement to make a budget?

  2. What is the difference between net income and cash flow from operating activities?

  3. Which financial statements are most important when performing ratio analysis?

  4. What is the direct method of calculating cash flow from operating activities?

  5. What is the indirect method of calculating cash flow from operating activities?

  6. What are some examples of Cash Flow from Financing (CFF)?

  7. What is the purpose of drawing up a cash flow statement?

  8. What is the difference between a balance sheet and a cash flow statement?

  9. What are analysts looking for when they use free cash flow to equity (FCFE)?

  10. What are some examples of cash flow from operating activities?

  11. What are the different ways to calculate depreciation for tangible assets?

  12. Which financial accounting statement contains information on a company's net sales?

  13. What types of categories appear on a cash flow statement?

  14. What is the difference between Operating Cash Flow and Net Operating Income (NOI)?

  15. How are the three major financial statements related to each other?

  16. What is the difference between a cash flow statement and an income statement?

  17. Do tax liabilities appear in the financial statements?

  18. How are cash purchases recorded on a company's income statement?

  19. Why should fundamental investors pay attention to Cash Value Added (CVA)?

  20. What kind of financial reporting requirements does GAAP set out?

  21. How do you find a company's P&L statement?

  22. What are the disadvantages of using net present value as an investment criterion?

  23. Is it possible for a company to have a positive cash flow and a negative net income?

  24. What is the difference between amortization and depreciation?

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