Cash flow

Cash flow,

Definition of Cash flow:

  1. The total amount of money being transferred into and out of a business, especially as affecting liquidity.

  2. Incomings and outgoings of cash, representing the operating activities of an organization.

    In accounting, cash flow is the difference in amount of cash available at the beginning of a period (opening balance) and the amount at the end of that period (closing balance). It is called positive if the closing balance is higher than the opening balance, otherwise called negative. Cash flow is increased by (1) selling more goods or services, (2) selling an asset, (3) reducing costs, (4) increasing the selling price, (5) collecting faster, (6) paying slower, (7) bringing in more equity, or (8) taking a loan. The level of cash flow is not necessarily a good measure of performance, and vice versa: high levels of cash flow do not necessarily mean high or even any profit; and high levels of profit do not automatically translate into high or even positive cash flow.

Synonyms of Cash flow

Funds, Assets, Money, Capital, Resources, Cash, Wealth, Reserves, Wherewithal, Revenue, Income, Stock

How to use Cash flow in a sentence?

  1. Once we establish a steady cash flow , I will decide to come upon a thought of entering into business with you.
  2. An accountant must keep very detailed records of all the cash flow to know just how the business is doing.
  3. The company had to drastically change its management style to improve the amount of cash flow into the company and avoid bankruptcy.
  4. These groups like the stable cash flow from rental income such pubs provide.

Meaning of Cash flow & Cash flow Definition