Cashflows from operating activities-group activities, Financial Accounting

Cashflows from operating activities 

operating activities are the principle revenue generating activities of the business and examples of such cashflows include:

  • Cash received from  customers
  • Cash paid to suppliers of goods and services
  • Cash paid to employees
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