What are the three sections of the cash flow statement?
The three sections are operating, inventing, and financing. The phrase “Oops I forgot” is helpful to remember the three section. The “O” in oops represents operating, the “I” represents investing, and the “f” in forgot represents financing. The operating section of the statement of cash flows will represent the cash inflows and outflows from operating activities. Investing activities represent a company’s cash flows from the acquisition or sale of noncurrent assets. Financing activities will include cash flows from debt and equity activities
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