Definitions for "Cash flow"
A measure of a company's financial health. Equals cash receipts minus cash payments over a given period of time; or equivalently, net profit plus amounts charged off for depreciation, depletion, and amortization. see also discounted cash flow analysis, financing flows, free cash flow, investment flows, liability swap, net present value, operating cash flows, payout period, price to cash flow ratio.
Periodic amounts available to an equity investor after deducting all periodic cash payments from rental income.
Bloopers & Blunders: Cash Flow and Value
Revenue less expenditures over a set period of time.
the excess of cash revenues over cash outlays in a give period of time (not including non-cash expenses)
a receipt or expenditure related to the proposed lease or purchase
The amounts coming in to and going out of a company's books.
a forecast of when the company expects to receive cash from the sales and when the company expects to pay the bills
A measure of the movement of cash in and out of the funds of a company or an individual.
The movement of money (cash) into and out of the bank account of an organisation or company, often used as a measure of profitability in commerce. Sometimes also called "liquidity". It is vitally important for non-profit organisations to ensure that, at any given time in the annual cycle, there is sufficient money in the bank to pay salaries, bills, etc.
Managing cash in order to achieve and/or maintain profitability.
The movement your money makes as it disappears down the toilet.
Keywords:  monies, enterprise, transfer
the transfer of monies into and out of an enterprise.
The dollar savings resulting from a conservation investment over the years.
Total dollar amount of funds available for the firm to put to productive uses.
Keywords:  collateral
a key tool for planning and controlling an organisations financial success
The supply of cash necessary to meet financial obligations.
Keywords:  shareholder, partner
partner - shareholder
The movement of cash into, through, and out of a particular entity, i.e. an individual's deposit account.
Keywords:  excess, sources, over, uses
The excess of sources of cash over uses of cash.