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Chapter 13

Chapter 13

Chapter 13. Statement of Cash Flows. Objectives of this Chapter. I. Identify business activities which can generate or use cash. 2.Differentiate income flows from cash flows of operating activities. 3. Introduce the content and the usefulness of the statement of cash flows.

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Chapters 4 B

Chapters 4 B

Chapters 4 B. Statement of Cash Flows. Objectives of this Chapter. I. Identify business activities which can generate or use cash and differentiate between income flows (i.e., accrual basis) and cash flows from operating activities.

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Intermediate Financial Accounting

Intermediate Financial Accounting

Intermediate Financial Accounting. Statement of Cash Flows. Objectives of this Chapter. I. Identify business activities which can generate or use cash and differentiate between income flows and cash flows from operating activities.

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Chapters 4 B

Chapters 4 B

Chapters 4 B. Statement of Cash Flows. Objectives of this Chapter. I. Identify business activities which can generate or use cash and differentiate between income flows (i.e., accrual basis) and cash flows from operating activities.

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Forecasting Future Annual Net Cash Flows

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Forecasting Future Annual Net Cash Flows. Definition of net cash flows Projecting future values Measurement of business risk Risk/return preferences Measurement of financial risk. Measuring Annual Net Cash Flows.

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Cash Flows

Cash Flows

Cash Flows. Cash Flow Information. Summarized by inflows and outflows into three key activities. Presenting Cash Flow Information. Two GAAP formats Direct method Indirect method Difference is how the cash flow from operations section is constructed

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CASH FLOWS

CASH FLOWS

CASH FLOWS. By: Miss Siti Norhidayah Hamid. FRS 107. Cash Flow Statements requires a cash flow statement to be presented as integral (memenuhi) part of the financial statements for each period for which the financial statements are presented. FRS 107.

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Cash Flows

Cash Flows

Cash Flows. Craig Ruff, Ph.D., CFA. Capital Budgeting Layout. Weighted Average Cost of Capital. Capital Budgeting Model. Decision. Appropriate Cash Flows. Capital Budgeting Layout. Cash Flows. Models. Payback Period. Now, we will cover the inputs to the models – the cash flows. NPV.

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Free cash flows

Free cash flows

Free cash flows In discounted cash flow (DCF) valuation, we value an asset by discounting the future cash flows we expect to receive from that asset. Three common valuation techniques for valuing equity are: Dividend discount model (DDM)

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Valuing Cash Flows

Valuing Cash Flows

Valuing Cash Flows. Non-Contingent Payments. Non-Contingent Payouts. Given an asset with fixed payments (i.e. independent of the state of the world), the asset’s price should equal the present value of the cash flows. Treasury Notes.

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Valuing Cash Flows

Valuing Cash Flows

Valuing Cash Flows. Non-Contingent Payments. Non-Contingent Payouts. Given an asset with fixed payments (i.e. independent of the state of the world), the asset’s price should equal the present value of the cash flows. . Treasury Notes.

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Estimating Cash Flows

Estimating Cash Flows

Estimating Cash Flows. DCF Valuation. Steps in Cash Flow Estimation. Estimate the current earnings of the firm If looking at cash flows to equity, look at earnings after interest expenses - i.e. net income If looking at cash flows to the firm, look at operating earnings after taxes

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MEASURING CASH FLOWS

MEASURING CASH FLOWS

MEASURING CASH FLOWS. Measuring Cash Flows. Profits in the financial statements are calculated on “ accrual basis ” rather than “ cash basis ” (see next slide for accrual basis accounting). Thus, profits are not equal to cash. Accrual Basis Accounting.

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