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CAA Annual Report : 2012 Annual Report
22 18. noteS to StateMent oF CaSH FloWS (a) reconciliation of Cash For the purposes of the Statement of Cash Flows, cash includes cash on hand and in banks and investments in money markets, net of outstanding bank overdrafts. Cash at the end of the financial year as shown in the Statement of Cash Flows is reconciled to the related items in the Balance Sheet as follows: Cash at bank 759,564 1,903,568 Investments (note 6) 4,102,969 2,917,248 4,820,817 4,862,533 (B) reconciliation of net operating profit after income tax to net cash provided by operating activities operating Surplus after income tax 166,844 add: non Cash Flows in surplus from ordinary activities 350,232 Depreciation 25,046 24,240 profit sale of asset - (1,328) (Decrease)/Increase in Income tax payable 15,231 30,841 provision for employee entitlements 22,495 Change in assets & liabilities 17,138 421,123 229,615 (Increase)/Decrease in Current receivables 1,458 34,082 (Increase)/Decrease in Inventories (4,216) (6,796) (Increase)/Decrease in other assets (14,833) 52,202 Increase/(Decrease) in Sundry Creditors and provisions (104,979) 90,001 Increase/(Decrease) in Moneys in advance (33,000) net CaSH proVIDeD By/(uSeD In) (57,218) operatIng aCtIVItIeS 74,045 533,394 2012 2011 $ $ FInanCIal aCCountS anD reportS oF CHIropraCtorS’ aSSoCIatIon oF auStralIa (natIonal) lIMIteD For tHe year enDIng 30 June 2012
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