Live & Automated Consolidated Cash Flow

Automate your Consolidated Cash Flow reporting with this template. Save countless hours on manual consolidation every month.

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What is Consolidated Cash Flow?

A consolidated cash flow statement is prepared by consolidating the cash flow information for all of the entities that are under common control. The entities are typically subsidiaries of a parent company. The cash flow statement shows the sources and uses of cash for all of the entities combined. It is the measure of a company's ability to generate cash from its operations. This metric takes into account all of a company's sources and uses of cash, including cash from operations, investing, and financing activities. By tracking a company's consolidated cash flow over time, investors can get a sense of its ability to generate sustainable cash flow and finance its operations.

How to Prepare a Consolidated Cash Flow Statement?

To prepare a consolidated cash flow statement, the company will need to gather information from the individual cash flow statements of each subsidiary. This information will then be consolidated and summarized in a single statement. The cash flow statement will show how the company's cash flows have changed over time, as well as how much cash is available to the company.

LiveFlow has an automated consolidated cash flow google sheets and excel template that can be used to track and monitor consolidated cash flow, just make a copy of the template into google sheets, and change the underlying companies to each cash flow report within the “Manage reports” tab. Once done, your consolidated cash flow dashboard will be updated in google sheets.

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What is the purpose of the Consolidated Statement of Cash Flows?

The purpose of the Consolidated Statement of Cash Flows is to provide information about a company's cash receipts and payments during a specific period. The statement can be used to measure how well a company is managing its cash flow, assess its liquidity, and make decisions about future investments.

What are the 3 types of Cash Flows?

The Consolidated Statement of Cash Flows is a financial statement that shows a company's cash flow during a specific period. This statement includes all of the company's cash inflows and outflows, including cash from operating activities, investing activities, and financing activities.

There are three types of cash flows:

1. Operating Cash Flow: This is the cash generated by a company's normal business operations, such as sales of products and services.

2. Investing Cash Flow: This is the cash used to acquire or divest businesses, land, mineral rights, or other long-term investments.

3. Financing Cash Flow: This is the cash used to pay off debt, issue dividends, or buy back stock.

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