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Net gain from operations are statutory accounting principles. It is listed with the annual financial statements of an insurance company that is filed in the state it is licensed with the insurance commissioner. It is income filed under GAAP that is equal to the net income.

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Can a growing difference between net income and cash flow from operations be because of manipulation by management?

Growing difference between net income and cash flow from operations is due to growing amount of non cash items in income statement like depreciation, amortizations, loss on disposal or gain on disposal of asset etc.

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What is net gain of ATP molecules produced directly by glycolysis?


Glycolsis provides a cell with a net gain of?

2 Atp molecule