What Is the Definition of Cash Inflow?


The cash inflow of a company is simply the total money earned by that company. The cash inflow can include interest or money made on investments, sales, or any other operating activity that can result in a monetary profit. The cash outflow of a business is constituted of its expenses--its bills, and other costs. Cash inflow minus cash outflow will yield the take-home profit of a business.
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1 Additional Answer
The term cash inflow refers to moneys received by a firm in its normal operations. These are funds that are received as a result of sales, investment and financing. A high level of cash inflow is indicative of a sound and thriving business.
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