Cash Flow Analysis
Uncover underlying cash flow issues or predict future ones.
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How it works
The income statement alone may not give an accurate picture of the financial position of a company. Companies in distress might brush up results by booking exceptional depreciations or allocating expenses directly to the balance sheets.
Even when business is booming, significant growth or strong reported sales must be backed up by an actual influx of cash. The cash flow statement is a critical tool to uncover or predict liquidity issues before it is too late.
SBB Financial Analyzer provides a total of three variants of the cash flow statement which are all based on the standard division of operating, investing and financing cash flows. Two classic variants, based on turnover and operating profit, use traditional cash flow items and terminology.
The most advanced variant is based on recent IFRS cash flow items and includes several user configurable adjustment items.