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Cash Inflows

What are the most critical issues that arise when determining a firm's cash inflows? Example?

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The cash inflows are the cash you receive from customers, lenders, and investors.

If the cash coming "in" to the business is more than the cash going "out" of the business, the company has a positive cash flow. A positive cash flow is very good and the ...

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The most critical issues that arise when determining a firm's cash inflows are explained.

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