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The Cashflow Statement

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A cash flow statement tells you where you spent money and from where you received income during a given time period. It helps you to predict whether you have enough cash on hand to keep your business running smoothly. Watch this interactive video to learn how to create a cash flow statement and what to do if your business falls short of cash.

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