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Intermediate Accounting (Kieso)
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Keyser Beverage Company reported the following items in the most recent year.

Net income $40,000

Dividends paid 5,000

Increase in accounts receivable 10,000

Increase in accounts payable 7,000

Purchase of equipment (capital expenditure) 8,000

Depreciation expense 4,000

Issue of notes payable 20,000

Compute net cash provided by operating activities, the net change in cash during the year, and free cash flow.

The Free Cash flow of the business entity is $28,000.

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Definition of Notes Payable

The liability account reflects the amount borrowed by the business entity through a written promise to repay in a future period along with accrued interest.

Cashflow from the operation and net changes in the cash


Amount $

Net income


Add or less: adjustments to net income

Depreciation expenses


Increase in accounts receivables


Increase in account payable


Cash flow from operating activities


Investing activities:

Purchase of equipment


Financing activities:

Issue of notes payable


Dividend paid


Net increase in cash during the year


Free Cashflow


Amount $

Cash flow from operating activities


Less: Capital expenditure


Less: Dividend paid


Free Cash Flow


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