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Cash Flow Statement Supplement Information

This area of the cash flow statement covers the taxes and interest that the company pays. It also shows any large non-cash transactions that the involve the conveying of cash from one to another, such as changing stocks into bonds, etc.

In short, by using this indirect method (most commonly used), of preparing the cash flow statement, we start with the net income from the income statement and add or subtract both tangible and intangible items to come up with the company’s worth in cash.