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Question: cash 56140 51090 37760 prepaid expenses 6180 52600 28740 31570...

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Cash $56,140 $51,090 37,760 Prepaid expenses 6,180 52,600 28,740 31,570 Next
to indicate cash out Adjustments to recondile net income to net caish flow from of accounting. For example revenues are recorded on the income b, cash nows from operating activities differs from net income because it does not use the Previous Net Ned
The net income reported on the income statement for Balances of the current asset and current liability accounts at the beginning and end of the year are as follows End of Year 79,630 100,970 199,080 11,070 88,950 Beginning of Year Cash $84,410 104,160 Inventories Prepaid expenses Accounts payable (merchandise creditors) Salaries payable 11,900 94,200 11,730 decreases in cash, or any negative adjusnents es 《Previous Next>
of Cash Flows Cash flows from b. If the direct method had been used, would the net cash flow from operating activities have been the same?
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