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Which of the following is not a situation to re-evaluate and, possibly, revise your financial plan?
Weegy: Hi I would say all of the above, anytime your income changes you need to re-evaluate your situation. (More)
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Updated 8/22/2010 6:13:44 PM
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What are the choices? You say "all of the following" but don't include any possible answers.
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Which of the following would be considered a transaction account?
Weegy: Where's you list please? (More)
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Asked 8/22/2010 5:51:39 PM
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What is a personal cash flow statement?
Weegy: Because public companies tend to use accrual accounting, the income statements they release each quarter may not necessarily reflect changes in their cash positions. [ For example, if a company lands a major contract, this contract would be recognized as revenue (and therefore income), but the company may not yet actually receive the cash from the contract until a later date. While the company may be earning a profit in the eyes of accountants (and paying income taxes on it), the company may, during the quarter, actually end up with less cash than when it started the quarter. Even profitable companies can fail to adequately manage their cash flow, which is why the cash flow statement is important: it helps investors see if a company is having trouble with cash. ] (More)
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Updated 8/22/2010 6:38:29 PM
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The above answer does not directly address the question. A personal cash flow statement tracks your income/expense on a regular basis and is a representation of your net monthly cash flow.
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Which of the following is an advantage credit cards have over other forms of consumer credit?
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Updated 8/22/2010 6:33:56 PM
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Please provide the options. You say "which of the following" but don't give any choices.
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Which of the following is considered a cash outflow on your Personal Cash Flow Statement?
Weegy: Because public companies tend to use accrual accounting, the income statements they release each quarter may not necessarily reflect changes in their cash positions. [ For example, if a company lands a major contract, this contract would be recognized as revenue (and therefore income), but the company may not yet actually receive the cash from the contract until a later date. While the company may be earning a profit in the eyes of accountants (and paying income taxes on it), the company may, during the quarter, actually end up with less cash than when it started the quarter. Even profitable companies can fail to adequately manage their cash flow, which is why the cash flow statement is important: it helps investors see if a company is having trouble with cash. ] (More)
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Updated 8/22/2010 6:25:19 PM
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Please give the list of possible answers. You state "which of the following" but don't give any options. The above Weegy answer doesn't address your question.
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