Enter the cash flow from operations, cash flow from investing, and cash flow from financing. The calculator will determine the net cash flow.

## Net Cash Flow Formula

The following equation is used to calculate the net cash flow of a business.

NCF = CO + CI + CF

- Where NCF is the net cash flow
- CO is the cash from operations
- CI is the cash from investments
- CF is the cash from financing

## Net Cash Flow Definition

Net cash flow is a metric used to describe the total cash flow of a company that is being generated from all sources. The 3 main sources for cash flow are operations, investments, and financing. Cash flow is an important metric when analyzing the health of a business.

## Net Cash Flow Example

How to calculate a net cash flow?

**First, determine the total cash from operations.**Calculate the cash generated from operations.

**Next, determine the cash from investments.**Calculate the cash generated from investments.

**Next, determine the cash from financing.**Calculate the cash generated from financing.

**Finally, calculate the net cash flow.**Calculate the net cash flow using the formula above.

## FAQ

**What is net cash flow?**

Net cash flow is the total cash flow generated from all sources including operations, investments, and financing.