Net cash balance

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Net cash balance

Beginning cash balance plus cash receipts minus cash disbursements.

Net Cash Balance

The amount of money in an account. It is calculated by adding the initial deposit to all subsequent deposits and then subtracting all disbursements. A positive net cash balance indicates that money is present and available in the account, while a negative one indicates that the account is overdrawn.
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9 million net cash settlement for Cottonwood Gulch litigation in February 2015
Producers in almost all parts of the country harvested record crops of corn, soybeans and cotton, and net cash farm income soared to new highs.
This will decrease the net cash flow and therefore reduce the return on the investment.
The net cash outflow would be $2,000, with no tax on subsequent earnings or mandatory distribution requirements during the taxpayers' lifetimes.
Net cash provided from operating activities (payments received from customers, payments made to employees, etc.
net cash flow projections for an asset or a group of assets, inmost circumstances.
Whether this investment in new equipment is good or bad for the bottom line can be determined from an analysis of the net cash flows associated with the investment.
I Keep a running total of your cash balance at the end of the month by subtracting net cash outflow or adding net cash inflow to your beginning of the month cash balance.
This is consistent with the FASB's stated emphasis in the standard on gross rather than net cash flows within the statement of cash flows.
In addition, our net cash flows provided by operating activities less distributions to noncontrolling interests totaled $17,168,000 for the second quarter, which funded all our net capital expenditures for the quarter with the remaining free cash flow used primarily for debt reduction.
Over the past two years we have generated $530 million of free cash flow (1) and therefore have been able to reduce our debt, net of cash, from a peak of $492 million to a net cash position of $51 million at the end of 2011.
However, by determining their net cash flow position, the risk associated with this shareholder can be measured.