A measure of a company's financial health, equaling cash receipts minus cash payments over a given period of time. Committee of Chief Risk Officers (www.ccro.org): CCRO is a coalition of more than 20 companies engaged in the physical and financial trading and marketing of power or natural gas.
Cash flow from operations minus preferred stock dividends, divided by the number of common shares outstanding. This measures a firm's financial strength.
Shows the movement of money through the business, the cash position and gives a indication as to whether the business is likely to have enough cash to see it through a specified period. In relation to annual accounts, cash flow is defined as the pre-tax profit plus depreciation allowances and other charges.
The movement of money into and out of your business that determines your business' solvency.
Arecord of all the money coming into the business less all the payments as they are made, measured over a particular time.
The net amount of money received by an individual or company over a certain period of time.
The net cash inflow or outflow for a specific time period.
The cash generated by a company, generally calculated as earnings before interest, depreciation, amortisation, tax and fixed asset additions.
The generation of cash by a Project.
Cash coming in (as income) and cash going out (as expenses). It is the direction of cash flow that determines whether something is income, expense, asset or liability. Cashflow tells the story.
The resulting amount when annual debt service, tax liability, and capital improvement costs are subtracted from net operating income