Cash flow transactions—that is, cash receipts and disbursements—have significant effects on a company’s liquidity position. We refer to these effects as drags and pulls on liquidity. A drag on liquidity
is when receipts lag, creating pressure from the decreased available funds; a pull on liquidity
is when disbursements are paid too quickly or trade credit availability is limited, requiring companies to expend funds before they receive funds from sales that could cover the liability.
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