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Cash flow is the measurement of cash a company gained or lost during an accounting period and adjusted for any previous accounting for accruals and other non-cash transactions. Since money does not flow in and out at an equal rate, in most businesses, an analysis of cash flow is important, especially of businesses that are cyclical in nature, or subject to external forces.

Last updated on September 26, 2009 by FACTOR KING, LLC