How Are Cash Flow and Revenue Different?

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Revenue is the money a company earns from the sale of its products and services. Cash flow is the net amount of cash being transferred into and out of a company. Revenue provides a measure of the effectiveness of a company's sales and marketing, whereas cash flow is more of a liquidity indicator. Both revenue and cash flow are used to help investors and analysts evaluate the financial health of a company.

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Article Written By: J.B. Maverick

Original Article Posted on: May 23, 2021

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