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Corporation Cash

This is the amount of money the corporation has available now. If products are sold, the corporation gets money. If raw materials are purchased and salaries paid, the cash goes down. The corporation needs cash to function and will take loans if the available cash is not sufficient for its needs. A profitable corporation will in time reduce borrowing, pay taxes and repay loans.

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Corporation Cash This is the amount of money the corporation has available now. If products are sold, the corporation gets money. If raw materials are purchased and salaries paid, the cash goes down. The corporation needs cash to function and will take loans if the available cash is not sufficient for its needs. A profitable corporation will in time reduce borrowing, pay taxes and repay loans.