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Cash Flow Statement – April’s Free Tutorial

The Cash Flow Statement is the least known of the three main financial statements and the most complex. However, the cash flow statement is an important tool for understanding a company’s financial health, and it should be considered along with the income statement and the balance sheet when analyzing a company.

The cash flow statement shows how a company’s cash and cash equivalents have changed over a period of time, and it does this by breaking down the changes into three categories: operating activities, investing activities, and financing activities. Learn more about this less used, but essential, tool in MBTN’s free tutorial for April!

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