Quiz – T/F: Free cash flow (FCF) is, essentially, the cash flow that is available for interest and dividends

Fundamentals of Financial Management, Concise, 9e & 10e by Brigham and Houston

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The free cash flow (FCF) of a business is the cash flow available for interest and dividend payments once the firm has made investments in current and fixed assets that are needed to sustain operations.

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