Statement of cash flows using the indirect method and concentrating on the change in accounts payable. The indirect method will differ from the direct method by starting with net income and entering adjustments to arrive at cash flows from operations. The indirect method reconciles net income to cash flows from operations by analyzing the changes in balance sheets accounts, in current assets and current liabilities. When considering these changes we can learn a rule that helps us construct the statement of cash flows and it is also useful to understand the reasoning behind the rule.
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