# Free Cash Flow Calculator

FCF is the total cash that a company makes after deducting capital or asset expenses like machines, equipments, etc. It is the difference between the operating cash flow and the capital expenditure. This online calculator is used to find the free cash flow with the net income, capital expenditure, changes in working capital, and depreciation.

## FCF Calculation

FCF is the total cash that a company makes after deducting capital or asset expenses like machines, equipments, etc. It is the difference between the operating cash flow and the capital expenditure. This online calculator is used to find the free cash flow with the net income, capital expenditure, changes in working capital, and depreciation.

Code to add this calci to your website  #### Formula:

f = n - c - d + a Where, f = Free Cash Flow n = Net Income c = Capital Expenditures d = Changes in Working Capital a = Amortization / Depreciation

Free cash flow is also known as FCF. It is measured to find the capability of a company to generate cash flow.

### Example

#### Free Cash Flow

Let us consider the net income as \$1250000, capital expenditure as \$50000, changes in working capital as \$20000 and depreciation as \$5000

FCF = 1250000 - 50000 - 20000 + 5000
FCF = 1185000
Therefore, FCF is \$1185000