Statement of Cash Flows: How to Get the Whole StoryGuest Post
The Statement of Cash Flows, on its face, does not always tell the whole financial story when taken as is. This is especially true if the only numbers considered are those in the Operating Cash portion of the statement, as is actually quite common. You have to look at the statement and the entire financial report, including all the statements and notes, in its entirety to determine the whole truth. Even that may not be enough, but it will be enough to . . .
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