A GAAP financial statement for proprietary funds that provides relevant information about the cash receipts and cash payments of a government during a period. It categorizes cash activity as resulting from operating, noncapital financing, capital financing and investing activities.
This statement depicts changes in cash flow over the year. Cash flow information is divided into receipts and payments from financing, operating, and investing activities. Many nonprofits ask their auditors to prepare this statement
A financial statement that reflects cash flows from operating, investing and financing activities, providing a comprehensive view of changes in the Company's cash and cash equivalents for three fiscal years.
A financial statement that describes the sources and uses of cash for a reporting period, i.e., where a company's cash came from (receipts) and where it went during the period (payments); the cash flows are arranged by an organization's major activities: operating, investing, and financing activities.
A statement of cash flows is one of the basic financial statements that is required as part of a complete set of financial statements prepared in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles. It categorizes net cash provided or used during a period as operating, investing and financing activities, and reconciles beginning and ending cash and cash equivalents.
One of the three typical financial statements for nonprofit organizations, showing the cash receipts and cash disbursements for the organization during the reporting period, and whether the cash related to operating, investing, or financing activities by the charity.
Cash flow statements are part of the statements produced when government operates on business accounting rules. The cash flows show where the cash originated and where it was paid, showing also how the change occurred between the beginning and ending cash amounts.
The cash flow statement forms the liquidity-related part of business accounting. It records cash flows during the financial year in terms of value by comparing inflows and outflows within the period under review, thus showing the change in cash and cash equivalents at year-end.
A financial statement that provides information about the company's cash receipts, cash disbursements, and net change in cash during a specified period.