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Chapter 12 The Statement of Cash Flows Financial Accounting, Alternate 4e by Porter and Norton Dell Computer Corp. IBM Hewlitt-Packard Co. Gateway, Inc. Increase (Decrease) Net Income in Cash (Loss) $ 591 $2,122 (948) 3,579

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Chapter 12

The Statement of Cash Flows

Financial Accounting, Alternate 4e by Porter and Norton


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Dell Computer Corp.

IBM

Hewlitt-Packard Co.

Gateway, Inc.

Increase

(Decrease) Net Income

in Cash(Loss)

$ 591 $2,122

(948) 3,579

6,995 (903)

(265) (298)

Cash Flows and Net Income for Four Computer Companies in 2002

(in millions)


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Purpose of the Statement of Cash Flows

  • Explains changes in cash over a period of time

  • Summarizes cash inflows and outflows from:

Operating

Activities

Investing

Activities

Financing

Activities


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Cash Equivalents

  • Examples:

  • Commercial paper

  • U.S. Treasury bills

  • Certain money market funds


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outflows

Statement of Cash Flows Format

Cash

Classified by:

Operating activities

Investing activities

Financing activities

inflows

=

Beginning

Cash+

= Ending

Cash

Increase or decrease in cash


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Statement of Cash Flows Format

Cash flows from operating activities:

Inflows $ xxx

Outflows (xxx)

Net cash provided (used) by operating activities $ xxx

Cash flows from investing activities:

Inflows $ xxx

Outflows (xxx)

Net cash provided (used) by investing activities xxx

Cash flows from financing activities:

Inflows $ xxx

Outflows (xxx)

Net cash provided (used) by financing activities xxx

Net increase (decrease) in cash and cash equivalents $ xxx

Cash and cash equivalents at beginning of year xxx

Cash and cash equivalents at end of year $ xxx

from balance sheets


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Incur employee

salaries and wages

Sell products

and services

Incur utility and

other operating

costs

Operating Activities

Cash transactions concerned with acquiring and selling products and services

Make inventory

purchases


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Purchase/Sell

long-term

investments

Buy/Sell

property, plant

& equipment

Investing Activities

Cash transactions concerned with acquiring and disposing of long-term assets

Purchase/Sell intangible assets

(e.g., patents, trademarks)


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Sell/Repurchase

stocks

Borrow $/

repay loans

Issue dividends

Date

Dept. of Treasurer

Jane Doe

Paycheck for

Financing Activities

Cash transactions concerned with internal and external financing of the business

Issue/Retire

bonds


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Operating Activities

Investing Activities

Long-Term

Liabilities

or

Stockholders’

Equity

Financing

Activities

Long-Term

Assets

Categorizing Cash Flow Activities

Income

Statement

Transactions

Current

Assets

and

Current

Liabilities


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Methods to ReportCash from Operating Activities

  • Direct Method

  • Indirect Method

both methods arrive at same cash from operating activities

  • reports major classes of cash receipts and payments

  • adjusts net income to remove effect of accruals and deferrals


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Preparing the Statement of CashFlows: Direct Method

  • Step 1

    • Set up three schedules

Cash Flows from

Operating Activities

Cash Flows from

Investing Activities

Cash Flows from

Financing Activities

  • Step 2

    • Determine the cash flows from operating activities by analyzing each item on the income statement, current assets and current liabilities


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From Balance

Sheet

From Income

Statement

Direct Method - Operating Activities

Determine cash collected from customers:

Beginning accounts receivable $ 57,000

+ Sales revenue 670,000

– Cash collections (x)

= Ending accounts receivable $ 63,000

Solve for x. Cash collections = $664,000


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Schedule of Cash Flows from Operating Activities

Cash receipts from:

Sales on account 664,000


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Direct Method - Operating Activities

Interest Revenue: Since no Interest Receivable account exists on the balance sheet, the interest earned was received, not accrued.

Gain on Sale of Machine: Not an operating cash flow


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Schedule of Cash Flows from Operating Activities

Cash receipts from:

Sales on account 664,000

Interest 15,000


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Direct Method - Operating Activities

Calculate cash paid to suppliers by first finding purchases:

Beginning inventory $ 92,000

+ Purchases (x)

– Cost of goods sold (390,000)

= Ending inventory $ 84,000

Solve for x.

Purchases = $382,000


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Direct Method - Operating Activities

Then examine Accounts Payable to determine cash paid to suppliers:

Beginning accounts payable $ 31,000

+ Purchases 382,000

– Cash payments (x)

= Ending accounts payable $ 38,000

Solve for x.

Cash paid to suppliers = $ 375,000


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Schedule of Cash Flows from Operating Activities

Cash receipts from:

Sales on account 664,000

Interest 15,000

Cash payments for:

Inventory purchases (375,000)


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Direct Method - Operating Activities

Salaries and wages:

Beginning salaries & wages pay. $ 9,000

+ Salaries & wages expense 60,000

– Cash payments to employees (x)

= Ending salaries & wages pay. $ 7,000

Solve for x.

Cash paid for salaries & wages = $ 62,000


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Schedule of Cash Flows from Operating Activities

Cash receipts from:

Sales on account 664,000

Interest 15,000

Cash payments for:

Inventory purchases (375,000)

Salaries and wages (62,000)


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Direct Method - Operating Activities

Depreciation expense is not a cash flow

Insurance Expense and Prepaid Insurance:

Beginning prepaid insurance $ 18,000

+ Cash payments for insurance (x)

– Insurance expense (12,000)

= Ending prepaid insurance $ 12,000

Solve for x. Cash paid for insurance = $6,000


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Schedule of Cash Flows from Operating Activities

Cash receipts from:

Sales on account 664,000

Interest 15,000

Cash payments for:

Inventory purchases (375,000)

Salaries and wages (62,000)

Insurance (6,000)


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Direct Method - Operating Activities

Interest Expense: Since no Interest Payable account exists on the balance sheet, the interest expensed was paid, not deferred.

Income Tax Expense and Income Taxes Payable:

Beginning income taxes payable $ 5,000

+ Income tax expense 50,000

– Cash payments for taxes (x)

= Ending income taxes payable $ 8,000

Solve for x. Cash paid for taxes = $47,000


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Schedule of Cash Flows from Operating Activities

Cash receipts from:

Sales on account $ 664,000

Interest 15,000

Cash payments for:

Inventory purchases (375,000)

Salaries and wages (62,000)

Insurance (6,000)

Interest (15,000)

Taxes (47,000)

Net cash provided by operating

activities $ 174,000


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Preparing the Statement of CashFlows: Direct Method

  • Step 3

    • Determine the cash flows from investing activities by examining the long-term asset accounts and any additional info


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Direct Method – Investing Activities

Long-Term Investments: The net increase of $30,000 matches the additional info given on the balance sheet and required the use of cash.

Land: The additional balance sheet info

reveals that a note payable was issued.

No cash was involved in the land transaction so it should be reported in a separate schedule instead of on the Statement of Cash Flows


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Direct Method – Investing Activities

Property and Equipment: The additional balance sheet info reveals that equipment was purchased for $75,000 and a machine was sold for $25,000.

Beginning property and equip. $280,000

+ Acquisitions 75,000

– Disposals (x)

= Ending property and equip. $320,000

Solve for x.

The cost of fixed assets sold = $35,000


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Direct Method – Investing Activities

Accumulated Depreciation:

Beginning accum. depreciation $ 75,000

+ Depreciation expense 40,000

– Accum. depreciation on assets sold (x)

= Ending accum. depreciation $100,000

Solve for x. The accumulated depreciation on the assets disposed of during the year = $15,000


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Schedule of

Cash Flows from Investing Activities

Cash inflows from:

Sale of machine $ 25,000

Cash outflows from:

Purchase of investment (30,000)

Purchase of property and equip. (75,000)

Net cash used by investing activities $(80,000)


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Date

Dept. of Treasurer

Jane Doe

Paycheck for

Preparing the Statement of CashFlows: Direct Method

  • Step 4

    • Determine the cash flows from financing activities


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Direct Method – Financing Activities

Notes payable: This increase is already shown on a supplemental schedule of noncash activities.

Bonds payable: Bonds with a face value of $60,000 are retired by paying $63,000.


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Direct Method – Financing Activities

Capital stock was issued for cash

Retained earnings:

Beginning retained earnings $ 193,000

+ Net income 120,000

– Cash dividends (x)

= Ending retained earnings $ 246,000

Solve for x. Cash paid for dividends = $67,000


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Schedule of

Cash Flows from Financing Activities

Cash inflows from:

Issuance of stock $ 25,000

Cash outflows from:

Retirement of bonds (63,000)

Payment of cash dividends (67,000)

Net cash used by financing activities $(105,000)


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Exchange Stock for Assets

Certificate of Stock

Buy Assets through Debt Financing from Supplier

Noncash Investing and Financing Activities

  • Disclose important financing and investing activities which do not require cash


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Statement of Cash Flows Format

Cash flows from operating activities:

Inflows $ xxx

Outflows (xxx)

Net cash provided (used) by operating activities $ xxx

Cash flows from investing activities:

Inflows $ xxx

Outflows (xxx)

Net cash provided (used) by investing activities xxx

Cash flows from financing activities:

Inflows $ xxx

Outflows (xxx)

Net cash provided (used) by financing activities xxx

Net increase (decrease) in cash and cash equivalents $ xxx

Cash and cash equivalents at beginning of year xxx

Cash and cash equivalents at end of year $ xxx

Only section of statement that differs in form between direct and indirect method (net cash flow total is the same)


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Indirect Method - Operating Activities

Income Statement

Conversion

of accrual

to cash

basis

Cash Flows from Operating Activities


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Indirect Method - Operating Activities

Net cash flows from operating activities:

Net income xx,xxx

Adjustments to reconcile net income:

Increase in accounts receivable (6,000)

From balance sheet:

Accts. receivable, 2004 $63,000

Accts. receivable, 2003 57,000

$ 6,000

Decrease $6,000


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Indirect Method - Operating Activities

Net cash flows from operating activities:

Net income xx,xxx

Adjustments to reconcile net income:

Increase in accounts receivable (6,000)

Gain on sale of machine 5,000

Selling price of machine $25,000

Book value of machine 20,000

Gain on sale $ 5,000

Increase $5,000


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Indirect Method - Operating Activities

Net cash flows from operating activities:

Net income xx,xxx

Adjustments to reconcile net income:

Increase in accounts receivable ( 6,000)

Gain on sale of machine 5,000

Decrease in inventory 8,000

From balance sheet:

Inventory, 2003 $92,000

Inventory, 2004 84,000

$ 8,000

Decrease $8,000


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Indirect Method - Operating Activities

Net cash flows from operating activities:

Net income xx,xxx

Adjustments to reconcile net income:

Increase in accounts receivable ( 6,000)

Gain on sale of machine 5,000

Decrease in inventory 8,000

Increase in accounts payable 7,000

From balance sheet:

Accts. payable, 2004 $38,000

Accts. payable, 2003 31,000

$ 7,000

Increase $7,000


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Indirect Method - Operating Activities

Net cash flows from operating activities:

Net income xx,xxx

Adjustments to reconcile net income:

Increase in accounts receivable ( 6,000)

Gain on sale of machine 5,000

Decrease in inventory 8,000

Increase in accounts payable 7,000

Decrease in salaries & wages payable ( 2,000)

Salaries & wages payable, 2003 $9,000

Salaries & wages payable, 2004 7,000

$2,000

Decrease $2,000


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Indirect Method - Operating Activities

Net cash flows from operating activities:

Net income xx,xxx

Adjustments to reconcile net income:

Increase in accounts receivable ( 6,000)

Gain on sale of machine 5,000

Decrease in inventory 8,000

Increase in accounts payable 7,000

Decrease in salaries & wages payable ( 2,000)

Decrease in prepaid insurance 6,000

Prepaid insurance, 2003 $18,000

Prepaid insurance, 2004 12,000

$ 6,000

Decrease $6,000


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Indirect Method - Operating Activities

Net cash flows from operating activities:

Net income xx,xxx

Adjustments to reconcile net income:

Increase in accounts receivable ( 6,000)

Gain on sale of machine 5,000

Decrease in inventory 8,000

Increase in accounts payable 7,000

Decrease in salaries & wages payable ( 2,000)

Decrease in prepaid insurance 6,000

Depreciation expense 40,000

Add back noncash expense


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Indirect Method - Operating Activities

Net cash flows from operating activities:

Net income xx,xxx

Adjustments to reconcile net income:

Increase in accounts receivable ( 6,000)

Gain on sale of machine 5,000

Decrease in inventory 8,000

Increase in accounts payable 7,000

Decrease in salaries & wages payable ( 2,000)

Decrease in prepaid insurance 6,000

Depreciation expense 40,000

Increase in income taxes payable 3,000

Inc. taxes payable, 2004 $8,000

Inc. taxes payable, 2003 5,000

$3,000

Increase $3,000


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Indirect Method - Operating Activities

Net cash flows from operating activities:

Net income xx,xxx

Adjustments to reconcile net income:

Increase in accounts receivable ( 6,000)

Gain on sale of machine ( 5,000)

Decrease in inventory 8,000

Increase in accounts payable 7,000

Decrease in salaries & wages payable ( 2,000)

Decrease in prepaid insurance 6,000

Increase in income taxes payable 3,000

Depreciation expense 40,000

Loss on retirement of bonds 3,000

Report entire outflow as a financing activity


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Cash Flow Adequacy

  • Measures company’s ability to meet principal and interest obligations

  • Creditors concerned with cash available to repay debts after company has replaced its long-term assets

Cash Flow from Operating Activities

- Capital Expenditures .

Avg. Debt Maturing over Next Five Years


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Appendix

Accounting Tools:

A Work-Sheet Approach to the

Statement of Cash Flows



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Indirect Method: Using a Work Sheet

Record investing & financing activities



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Indirect Method: Using a Work Sheet

Enter noncash

revenues or expenses


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Indirect Method: Using a Work Sheet

Extend current assets

& current liabilities



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Indirect Method: Using a Work Sheet

Determine net cash inflow (outflow)



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