1. Theoretical basis of analysis and cash flow projections
1.1 Essence, types, purpose and objectives of the analysis of cash flow
1.2 Basic Methods of Analysis of cash flows
1.3 Performance Analysis of cash flows
1.4 Cash Flow Forecasting
2. ANALYSIS OF CASH FLOWS FOR THE EXAMPLE of "***"
2.1 Brief description of "***"
2.1 Analysis of cash flows direct method
2.2 Analysis of cash flows indirect method
2.4 Analysis of the efficiency of cash flows
3. recommendations for optimization of cash flows and cash flow projections
3.1 Ways to optimize cash flows
3.2 Cash Flow Forecasting
Most types of business transactions in the company one way or another connected with the receipt or disposal of funds. The basis of the implementation of almost any management decision management is the use of funds.
Among those decisions was the decision on the costs of maintaining the required amount of current assets: inventories of raw materials, components, finished goods, goods for resale, receivables, funds needed for debt service, compensation of employees, taxes and contributions. To their costs an organization must provide an adequate inflow of money in the form of revenues from sales of products, goods (works, services), income dividends on invested capital, receipt of temporary borrowing of money, etc. and due to the importance of cash flow analysis.
The purpose of this course work is to analyze the cash flows on the example of a particular company and the development of ways to optimize cash flow forecasting.
Volume: 52 p.