Accounting - Reporting - historical cash flow statement table
Reporting - historical cash flow statement table
It is important to be aware that not all transactions and the resultant
accounts belong in the cash flow statement. 
In the table below three columns have been prepared.
In the first column are examples of items that belong in the Profit and
Loss statement but not in the cash flow statement.
In the second column are items that relate to the same transaction but are
reported under different titles and usually different amounts in both the
Profit and Loss statement and the cash flow statement.
In the third column are items that belong in the cash flow statement but
not in the Profit and Loss statement.
BUY/SELL NON-CURRENT ASSETS
PROFIT/LOSS ON SALE OF NON-CURRENT ASSETS
View text document for sample cash flow statements.
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