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cash flow,

n the reported net income of a corporation plus amounts charged off for depreciation, depletion, amortization, and extraordinary charges to reserves, which are bookkeeping deductions not paid out in actual dollars and cents. A measurement tool used in recent years to offer a better indication of the ability of a company to pay dividends and finance expansion from self-generated cash than the conventional reported net income figure.
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This is an attempt to first assess the accuracy of cash flow forecasts in relation to actual cash flow for the different venues, something that has not been measured in previous studies.
The long-term cash flow forecast uses the DSO calculation and applies this to a forecast of future sales.
Analysis set 1 Null Hypothesis: There will be no association between the 'type of work' and the cash flow forecast.
After considering a), b) and c), a 'discount rate' will be decided upon, and applied to the cash flow forecast to give the Net Present Value of the project, ie the [pounds sterling]s return from the project in today's values.
Another important approach contributing to the accuracy of the cash flow forecast modeling is computer simulation models that integrate cash flow forecast model and project estimating database.
Show me the money - if you're looking for funding, make your bank happy by linking borrowing realistically to your business plan and cash flow forecast.
Do this by comparing the cash flow forecast (every growing company should have one) against actual cash inflow and disbursements for several time periods.
The covenant relates to a minimum forward cash flow forecast requirement, which the Company is unable to meet without further support.
Ensuring that its contacts in the professional community can offer the best possible service to their customers, the Introducer Charter pledges to provide a refund towards cash flow forecast costs, and keep its business introducers fully updated on the status of negotiations at all times.
They are less enamored of the 10-year discounted cash flow forecast.