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13-Week Cash Flow Model

Financial Analysis & Capital Structure
Item Number: 
ELEARNTWCF

The 13-week cash flow is the accepted industry standard for use in corporate renewal scenarios. Forward-looking enough to provide focused direction for management, yet near-term enough to avoid purely speculative forecasting, the cash flow model focuses a troubled company on the truly important objectives it must meet to ensure its survival. Meeting the targets laid out in the document also can go a long way in helping a company win back some credibility with its lender.

Course Number: 
262
Member Price: 
125.00
Non Member Price: 
175.00
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