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Business Studies

Cash Flow terms

TermDefinition
Cash Available funds that can be spent at no additional cost to the business
Cash Flow The movement of cash flowing into and out of a business over a period of time
Cash Inflow Money received by a business from sales, loans or investment
Cash Outflow Money that leaves from a business through paying for wages, materials, marketing, fixed assets, ect.
Cash Flow Forecast A prediction of how cash will flow through a business over a future period of time
Capital Expenditure spending on new fixed assets such as machinery or new buildings.
net cash flow spending on new fixed assets such as machinery or new buildings.
positive cash flow where cash inflows are greater than cash outflows over a time period.
Created by: 04birkett