Possible bug with Cash Flow Report

Mike Leone turgon at mike-leone.com
Fri Nov 6 12:30:54 EST 2009

Anthony Nelson had this to say:
> I think when the company receives a loan it should be a liability.  No?

If you *receive* a loan, then yes - that's a liability. You have to pay 
that loan back to the person that gave you the loan.

If you *make* a loan, then it's an asset to you. They have to pay *you* 
back. To you, it's an account receivable - an asset [money] that is owed 
to you, but not yet paid.

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