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15 December, 08:22

Cash generated by the regular operations of a business;

usually computed as net income plus or minus the effects of other current assets and current liabilities on cash flows,

plus noncash expenses deducted in arriving at net income, minus noncash revenues included,

less certain gains and plus any losses that are included in the total proceeds received from sale of fixed assets.

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  1. 15 December, 09:14
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    usually computed as net income plus or minus the effects of other current assets and current liabilities on cash flows.

    Explanation:

    The operational cash flow is the amount of the cash that is generated by the sue of the regular operating activates of a business and remains for a specific time period and starts as net income and is a measure of the companies ability to meet the short liquidity and fund operations.
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