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    Net Income, Operating Cash Flow & Cash Flow from Assets

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    Trying to find the Net Income, Operating Cash Flow & The Cash Flow from Assets.

    sales = $15,200
    cost of goods = $11,400
    Depreciation expense = $2,700
    Interest Expense = $520
    Dividends Paid $600

    At the begging of the year:

    net fixed assets = $9100
    current assests = $3200
    current liabilities = $1800

    At the end of the year:

    next fixed assest = $9700
    current asset$3850
    current liabilities = $2100
    tax rate = 34%

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    For Net Income we make the income statement
    Sales 15,200
    Less
    Cost of Goods Sold 11,400
    Depreciation Expense 2,700
    EBIT = 1,100
    Interest Expense 520
    Income before tax = 580
    Tax (34%) = 197
    Net ...

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