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Salt Lake City Bookkeeping Blog

How to Track Cash Flow from Business Operations

Posted by Joe Mazur on Feb 3, 2017 9:00:00 AM

Determining operating business cash flow helps you distinguish how much money your business makes from customers and operating activities, such as selling products and services, from money made from financing or investing. Calculating your operating business cash flow helps you manage your money and ensures you have enough funds from customers to cover operating expenses and costs.

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Topics: cash flow from operations, Cash Flow Management, Cash Flow

What is Cash Flow From Operations

Posted by Joe Mazur on Feb 1, 2017 9:00:00 AM

Cash flow refers to the money coming into a business. There are many ways money can enter a business and many ways for companies to add to their profits and revenues. However, understanding cash flow from operations is an important part of making decisions. If your business is creating a cash flow statement for an annual or quarterly report, cash flow from operations will play a key role.

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Topics: cash flow from operations, small businesses