Consolidated cashflow statements, Financial Accounting

CONSOLIDATED CASHFLOW STATEMENTS (IAS 7)

The basic cash flow statement has been covered under Financial Accounting II. The following introduction will serve as a quick reminder.

A Cashflow statement is a simple report that explains the various sources of cash and how the business puts this cash into use. The objective of IAS 7 is to recommend the format in which the cashflow statement should be presented and where the various sources of cash and payments should be classified.

The cash received and payments made should be classified into main categories which are:-

1.    Cashflows from operating activities
2.    Cashflows from investing activities
3.    Cashflows from financing activities

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