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Bus/Financial - Business/Commerce (general)
Additional field(s): Finance (general)
|English term or phrase: cash flow|
|Definition from PowerHomeBiz.com:|
The actual movement of cash within a business; the analysis of how much cash is needed and when that money is required by a business within a period of time.
- Cash flow is essentially the movement of money into and out of your business; it's the cycle of cash inflows and cash outflows that determine your business' solvency. About.com: small business
- Preparing a monthly cash flow forecast provides you with the opportunity to show dollar figures, representing revenues and expenses, in the month the business expects to collect and spend the cash. Canada business
- The difference between the cash in- and out-flows within a given period indicates the net cash flow. When this net cash flow is added to or subtracted from opening bank balances, any likely short-term bank funding requirements can be ascertained. Planware.org
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"Novčani tok (engl. cash flow), financijska kategorija koja odražava kretanje gotovine: primitke, izdatke i njihovu razliku; tok novca koji ulazi u poslovanje tvrtke na temelju prodaje robe ili usluga ili po drugim osnovama, i novca koji izlazi iz poslovanja tvrtke na temelju gotovinskih plaćanja za osiguranje neophodnih faktora proizvodnje."
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