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How the Fund flow statement is different from Cash flow
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How the Fund flow statement is different from Cash flow statement...

Answer / guest

a cash flow statement is concerned only with changes in the
cash position while a funds flow analysis is concerned with
changes in working capital position b\w two balance sheets

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How the Fund flow statement is different from Cash flow statement...

Answer / mahendra

In cash flow statement only deal with cash transaction and
its mainly related to currant assets and current liabilities

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How the Fund flow statement is different from Cash flow statement...

Answer / vijay

Cash Flow statement is deals with the total availability of
cash funds in a financial year

Funds flow statemet is deals with the currant assets and
current liabilities of the comapany

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