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Accounting | November 2018 – VirtualX MasterClass Series 4 | Episode 3

Welcome to Episode 3 of Series 4: Unraveling the Cash Flow Statement in the Accounting | November 2018 – VirtualX MasterClass! In this captivating episode, we continue our exploration of the cash flow statement and its crucial role in financial analysis. Join us as we delve further into essential concepts and techniques that shed light on a company’s cash flow, financial activities, and overall financial health.

In this thought-provoking episode, we focus on understanding cash flow, cash and cash equivalents, and financial activities that drive a company’s financial decisions. Learn about the opening and closing balances, which provide valuable insights into a company’s liquidity position, including overdrafts and any negative or positive cash balances.

Discover how directors and shareholders influence decisions and clearing accounts, as well as the implications of issuing shares and selling fixed assets on the cash flow statement. Explore cash generated from operations and its significance in measuring a company’s ability to generate cash from its core business activities.

Gain insights into shareholder’s equity, non-current liabilities, and capital employed, which reflect a company’s financial structure and its ability to meet long-term obligations. Understand financial gearing and the debt-to-equity ratio, crucial indicators of a company’s financial leverage and risk.

Explore the impact of interest rates on loans and the return on average capital employed (ROTCE), essential metrics that assess a company’s profitability and effectiveness in utilizing its capital.

By the end of this episode, you’ll have a clear understanding of the cash flow statement, cash flow, financial activities, cash and cash equivalents, opening and closing balances, directors, negative and positive balances, shareholders, decisions and clearing accounts, shares issued, sale of fixed assets, cash generated from operations, shareholder’s equity, non-current liabilities, capital employed, financial gearing, debt-to-equity, interest rates on loans, and return on average capital employed (ROTCE).

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