Net Cash Position is the amount of cash-on-hand claimed on financial statements after subtracting current liabilities. Net cash is typically an indicator of a organisation's cash flow position at the end of a reporting period.
Because we don't currently allow for assets and liabilities our Net Cash Position is typically cash you have in the bank.
The Net Cash Position carries over the financial periods. So you will note that when you go from one financial period to the next your Income and Expenses resets but your Net Cash Position will carry over because you still have that money in the bank.
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