Net cash balance

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Net cash balance

Beginning cash balance plus cash receipts minus cash disbursements.
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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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