Cashflow Statement

One of three principal financial documents that allows us to analyse and track a business’ performance. (The other two being the Profit & Loss Statement and the Balance Sheet).

A cash-flow statement shows the Cash received by a business (such as receipts from customers, interest received, cash from sale of assets, or capital raising), and also its cash outflows (payments to creditors, staff costs, R&D, operating expenses etc)

For ASX listed companies, an appendix 4C (Mandatory Cashflow Statement) is required to be release quarterly for companies that are not yet cash-flow positive.

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