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Cash Flow Statement – Unit 9 – Part 2 – Investing and Financing Sections financial cash flow



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In this video we work through the investing and financing sections of a cash flow statement.

This video and the attached worksheet were prepared by Tony Bell of Thompson Rivers University (TRU) – I encourage educators to freely use, edit and modify these videos and the attached worksheet – they are available under Creative Commons Licenses. .

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37 thoughts on “Cash Flow Statement – Unit 9 – Part 2 – Investing and Financing Sections financial cash flow”

  1. 2:15 not necessarily. What if the company sells the equipment and is to be paid in a given number of installments?

    also, can I do without the "additional information" given? that is, can I answer the question with only two consecutive balance sheets and income statements? how is this information collected in real life?

  2. Thank you for making it so simple. I have watched tonnes of videos that just caused me more confusion, but in this series, I got the point!

  3. Mr Bell, Do you have a tutorial for computing the number of preferred stock shares from a balance sheet as well as how to calculate the average issue price of a stock?

  4. Thanks for your awesome tutorial.I do have a question.Is it possible calculating net income from Comparative statement of Financial position?Because my assignment problem doesn't declare the net income.
    Thanks in advance.

  5. You need to remember, losses are a cost of doing business…they are an expense! So we ALWAYS debit expenses….DR Loss.

    If we have a gain, gains behave like a revenue, and we always credit gains. CR Gain.

    Hope this helps!

  6. THE BEST TEACHER I HAVE EVER SEEN. WISH I HAD YOU AS MY PROFESSOR FOR ACCOUNTING. IT WOULD JUST BE A GOLDEN TICKET FOR ALL THOSE WHO STUDY ACCOUNTING.

  7. Thank you for the video,,
    In the Financing activities part: in order to know how much cash did we get from sales>>>why do we Dr. the Loss on sales rather than Cr. it since it is a loss??

    Regards,
    Shaima

  8. I swear to god you are the best accounting teacher, I wish you'd teach in my school SCSU. My professor goes way off topic and I literally did not understand a thing. With you it is crystal clear and even easy!

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