Cashflows from investing activities-group accounts, Financial Accounting

Cashflows from investing activities

Involving activities involve the acquisition and disposal of non-current assets such as; property, plant and equipment, intangible assets, and long-term investments.

Examples of such cashflows include:

  • Proceeds on sale of non-current assets e.g. PPE and
  • Cash used on acquisition of non-current assets e.g. PPE
  • Investment income received (not accrued)
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