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Answered By: Kate Anderson, Business Librarian Last Updated: Mar 25, 2016 Views: 234
The best place to look for weekly examples or samples is in your online course (especially in the weekly modules and/or announcements) or in your textbook. If you can't find them within the course, contact your instructor and ask him/her if they have any examples they could share.
Use some of the following library resources to learn more about cash flow statements and the direct method:
Articles and Sections/Chapters from eBooks:
- The US GAAP Cash Flow Analysis Process
- Understanding the Statement of Cash Flows
- The Direct Method for Reporting Cash Flow from Operating Activities
- Example of Statement of Cash Flows Using Direct Method
- Do Direct Cash Flow Disclosures Help Predict Future Operating Cash Flows and Earnings?
- How to Analyze a Cash Flow Statement
- Cash Flow: Why Cash is Key
- Understanding the Time Value of Money
- The Stanford Video Guide to Financial Statements
Another excellent source for help with a course is our online tutoring service. You can connect with a tutor using TutorMatch.