Cash
Flow from Operations to Net Income = (cash flow from
operations) / net income
The cash flow from operations to net incomes ratio indicates the extent to which net income
generates cash in a business.
A decline in the cash flow from operations to
net income ratio indicates a cash flow
problem.
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