Cash Flow – Lever For Continuing Activity - In Decline Period
AbstractFew months ago we were witnesses to an economical decline that started in USA but having influences all over the world. Starting from that moment (October 2008), all specialists and politicians were making a similitude between this crisis and The Great Depression from 1929, the biggest crisis from the economical and commercial history. And as long as, generally talking, history is repeating times to times, this similitude seems to be real, but there are some aspects which presents how the economy may fall even if exists a strong globalization process. I took in consideration the most important aspect of decline economical period. This is represented by having “cash” – a strong treasury situation as a solution of raising companies, firms, people and economy. In this context, I’m going to purpose another way of recording those operations which are involving cash, by implementing some new accounts (in the classes 5th) for express the treasury situation for a company. Also in the end is demonstrates the cash flow and cash accounting utility for a big company from Romania.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Osterreichish-Rumanischer Akademischer Verein in its series Papers with number 2009/74.
Length: 10 pages
Date of creation: 12 Oct 2009
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cash accounting; accruals; economic decline; recession; expansion;
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