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When calculating CFO & CFI back from Net Income, depreciation expense is:

June 29, 2012
  • Added back to Net Income when calculating CFO.
  • Depreciation expense is a non-cash operating expense. Property, Plant, & Equipment valuation difference is used for calculating CFI.
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