PROFITS ARE AN OPINION, BUT CASH IS A FACT.
Understanding CASH FLOW
If the term "cash flow" has always remained uncomfortably vague in your mind, Understanding Cash Flow will give you, quickly and simply, a firm grasp of this crucial index of a company's health and direction. It covers, in detail, the process, the terminology, and the internal and external players in the flow of cash through a company. You'll learn:
• The fundamentals of cash management and how it affects the quality of a company's earnings
• How to read cash flow statements
• How cash balances are analyzed and monitoredincluding internal controls over cash receipts and disbursements, plus bank account reconciliation and activity analysis
• How to avoid the pitfalls of granting creditevaluating customer credit, sources of credit information, and overall credit policy
• How to prevent fraud and waste
• And much more!
Understanding Cash Flow is a part of the new Wiley series, Finance Fundamentals for Nonfinancial Managersdesigned to serve managers, owners, investors, students and others by explaining clearly and concisely what they need to know about important areas of cash flow management. Other titles in the series will cover income statements, return on investment, budgeting, and balance sheets.
|Series:||Finance Fundamentals for Nonfinancial Managers Ser.|
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Table of Contents
Partial table of contents:
Introduction to Cash Management: Fundamentals of Cash Flow.
Liquidity, Solvency, and Cash Flow.
The Impact of Budgeting on Cash Flows: Effects of Budgeting on Cash Flow.
Budgeting Cash Receipts and Disbursements.
Using Probabilities to Budge Cash Receipts and Disbursements.
Avoiding Pitfalls in Granting Credit: Cash Flow Management.
Cash Collection and Delayed Payment Techniques.
An Effectiveness Measure for Managmeent's Investment of Idle Cash.
Internal Controls to Prevent Losses and Errors.
Maintaining Control Over Cash.