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Cash Flow Statement


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Most people hear the term "cash flow" and think it only applies to businesses. However, every individual and family has its own cash flow.

Money comes in. All too often, flows out quickly. Where does it all go? A cash flow statement gives you a bird's-eye view of how much and from where money comes into your household, and how much leaves and where it goes.

To get a picture at any moment, it is not usually necessary to be precise to the penny or even the dollar. Ballpark numbers work. 

If you are registered, you can save your Cash Flow Statement in your individual home page.

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