cash flow


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cash flow

n. cash; ready money. When I get a little cash flow at the end of the week, I’ll treat you to a hamburger.
See also: cash, flow
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The third "money question" you must ask is whether the client has sufficient net worth, particularly liquid net worth, to compensate for any increased riskiness or any cash flow deficiency.
Such portfolio models facilitate a variety of analyses, including projection of aggregate expected cash flows, calculation of a portfolio value, reserve development and analysis of reinsurance arrangements.
Source: Adapted from "Put Your Business on the Right Track With Cash Flow Strategies," Texas Society of CPAs, Dallas, www.
To establish monthly cash flow, subtract the total of all payables from receipts to determine the cash surplus or deficit for the month.
says other key causes of cash flow problems are inadequate budgeting of income and expenses, not watching receivables, not setting goals, and trying to handle the company's financial management solely.
One method of determining fair value is to discount the projected net cash flows the asset will generate.
cash flow rose 8 percent to $132 million due to the success of ``The Matrix.
If the financial records are obtained through a grand jury subpoena duces tecum, auditors must complete the cash flow analysis while the grand jury hears the case.
Parent-level free cash flow is solid and at levels sufficient to manageably service debt.
At the time of the acquisition, the property had a net cash flow, before capital improvements of $476,000, yielding the investors a cash on cash return of 9.
On a similar note, packaging future life insurance company cash flows and selling them to the capital markets (life insurance securitizations) is creating a marketable security for the investor while raising capital for the insurer.
This company, as a result, requires additional working capital investment and suffers a lower free cash flow and, consequently, a reduced market capitalization.
Although compliance with these pronouncements is required, all CPAs must be cautious about calling a present value of some predicted future cash flow useful.
BAM's investments have generated strong and increasing levels of free cash flow that have enabled BAM to comfortably service its corporate obligations.