Cash From Financing Activities is the amount of cash that a company receives or pays to finance its activities. That is, the company invests this money in itself, specifically in the development of its business.
Cash From Financing Activities provides important information about the financial condition of the organization and its future plans. A positive value may indicate an organization’s intentions regarding expansion and growth. A negative value may be a sign of improvement in the company's liquidity if debts are paid off. A negative value can also provide information on the dividend policy of the organization.
Cash From Financing Activities is the sum of: