Concept of ''fund'' , Accounting Basics

Concept of 'Fund'

The word 'Fund' has a range of meanings. several people take it identical to cash and for them, there is no dissimilarity between Cash Flow and Funds Flow Statements.  Various others contain market- able securities besides cash in 'Funds'.  The International Accounting Standard'7' knows the lack of  a single definition for 'Funds', and uses the term 'Fund' to pass on to cash, and cash equal to or to Working Capital.  yet in Working Capital, there are 2 concepts - Gross Working Capital (aggregate Current Assets) and Net Working Capital (Current Assets - Current Liabilities).

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