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________ is the amount of money a company actually receives and spends over a specific period.

A) Cash flow
B) Capital budget
C) Collateral
D) Current assets
E) Short-term financing

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Explanation: A) Cash flow is the amount of money a company actually receives and spends over a specific period. Cash flow gaps occur when cash outflows are greater than cash inflows.

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Beautifully done! Thanks