OPERATING CASH FLOW Definition

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OPERATING CASH FLOW (OCF) is the amount used to represent the money moving through a company as a result of its operations, as distinct from its purely financial transactions.

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ACCOUNTING RECORDS are the records of initial accounting entries and supporting records, such as checks and records of electronic fund transfers; invoices; contracts; the general and subsidiary ledgers; journal entries and other adjustments to the financial statements that are not reflected in journal entries; and records, such as work sheets and spreadsheets, supporting cost allocations, computations, reconciliations, and disclosures.

UNDER-BILLING is not recovering the full value of the agreed upon price or not billing for the correct amount of services or goods provided (usually unintentional).

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