Net Operating Cash Flow

Net Operating Cash Flow, also called Cash Flow of Operating represents the amount of money a company brings in after subtracting its net operating cost from its ongoing, regular business activities. This section includes accounts receivable, accounts payable, amortization, depreciation, and other items.

How to Use

CFO helps to take steps to generate and maintain sufficient cash necessary for operational efficiency and other necessary needs, and it helps in making key and efficient financing decisions.

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