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Cash Flow Statement
Cash Flow Statement
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Written by Ben Quagliani
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The Cash Flow Statement will list your firm's cash inflows and outflows and help you make better decisions for your business. This statement will help you to understand the difference between net income and the activity in your cash account.

Running the Cash Flow Statement

To access the Cash Flow Statement, click on the Reports tab at the top of your MyCase account. Then, in the left-hand menu of the page, select Cash Flow. You will be taken to a blank version of the report (pictured below).

In order to run the report, enter a timeframe in the Report Period section and select Run Report.

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Cash flow from operating activities: This is inclusive of net income and the income generated by your business' standard day-to-day activities.

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Cash flow from investing activities: This is inclusive of major purchases of physical assets, investments in securities, or the sale of securities or assets that your firm has made in the defined timeframe.

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Cash flow from financing activities: This is inclusive of long term loans or the owner(s) putting money into the business for example.


Exporting the Cash Flow Statement

To export a completed Cash Flow Statement, select the document download icon in the upper right hand corner of the page after running the report. Once clicked, a drop-down menu will appear where you may then choose to export the report as a .pdf or .csv.

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