Banking

Accounts Receivable Financing - The Weight

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Executive Summary

Cash flow is essential for every business. Cash flow is an accounting term that refers to the amount of money received and spent by a business during a specific period of time. Working capital is a similar but different financial term that is based on the daily operating liquidity available to a business. To calculate working capital, an accountant for the company takes current assets and subtracts current liabilities. A company may have substantial working capital but little liquidity because the working capital is either spent or owed in matters of accounts receivable, inventory or accounts payable.

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