Business Terms and Jargon Explained

What is Cash Flow

The flow of cash in either direction incoming or outgoing normally on a daily basis for a period of a week, month or year.

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Shrinkage VLO X Bar
Notice to quit Flowchart Value billing
Reimbursement Employment rules and regulations Tax Shift
Arbitrator or Arbitration Actuary Annuitant
IPO Hash Function Duopoly-
Organic growth Third Country Power of Attorney
Integrated Emergency Management Legal Services Ombudsman Trade Debtors
Product Market Flexibility Home Bias Ward of Court
Boliviano Charge Deed
Joint Account Preference Shares Biweekly
Insider report Calculated risk Accounts payable
Trade Creditors Arbitration Public company or public limited company
Yo-yo stock Appellant Vertical integration

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