Use a cash flow statement to keep your eye on your bottom line

As a business owner, a cash flow statement, which shows the amount of money coming in and going out of an enterprise, is one of the main financial statements you should know about.

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updated November 21, 2023 · 2min read


Michelle Kaminsky, Esq.

by Michelle Kaminsky, Esq.

Freelance writer and editor Michelle Kaminsky, Esq. has been working with LegalZoom since 2004. She earned a Jur...

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