Cash-flow



the sum of the after-tax profit of a business plus depreciation and other noncash charges: used as an indication of internal funds available for stock dividends, purchase of buildings and equipment, etc.
noun
the movement of money into and out of a business
a prediction of such movement over a given period

noun

Available money; cash: what’s your cash flow tonight

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