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What is Cash Flow Statement

A cash flow statement is a statement which shows the flow and changes of cash and cash equivalents in and out of an organisation/business giving the net amount. For management purposes they can be produced weekly, monthly, quarterly or yearly cash flow statements. For some organisations this can be included in the statutory accounts.

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