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`NCFO = NI - AR + AP `

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The **Net Cash Flow from Operations **calculator computes the net cash flow from operations based on the net income, increases in accounts receivable, and increases in accounts payable.

**INSTRUCTIONS**: Choose units and enter the following:

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**NI**) Net Income - (
**AR**) Increase in Accounts Payable - (
**AP**) Increase in Accounts Receivable

**Net Cash Flow from Operations (NCFO):** The calculator returns the Net Cash Flow from Operations in U.S. dollars. However, this can be automatically converted to compatible units via the pull-down menu.

Interns of decision making the calculator helps the the different intuitions in calculating the the net worthy of the business and also the income being earned

Net Cash Flow from Operations = Net income - Increase in Receivables + Increase in Payable

Net cash flow monitoring is a frequent activity of a healthy business.

The **Accounting Ratio Calculator** provides numerous standard equations used in business accounting, including the following:

**Best Possible Days Sales Outstanding**- gives useful insight into delinquencies, as it considers only Current Receivables.**Current Ratio**- A liquidity ratio that measures the ability to pay short-term liabilities.**Days Sales Outstanding**- tests the efficiency of the conversion of receivables into cash.**Debt to Equity Ratio**- measures how a company is leveraging its debt against the resources of its owners.**Inventory Turnover Ratio**- reveals how many times inventory turns over in a period**Net Cash Flow from Operations**- Net income - Increase in Receivables + Increase in Payables.**Quick Assets**- cash and assets that can be converted quickly to cash**Quick Ratio**(aka Acid Test) - measures the ability to pay short-term liabilities with cash and assets quickly convertible to cash**Stockholder's Equity**- sum of Common Stock at Par, Premium on Common Stock, Preferred Stock at Par, Premium on Preferred Stock and Retained Earnings

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