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Financial modeling refers to the building of abstract representations of financial decisions.

Financial models are mathematical models usually created in a spreadsheet program such as Microsoft Excel that simulate the performance of a financial asset, a portfolio, a business, a investment or any type of project.

In corporate finance, financial modeling usually refers to cash flow forecasting, which involves the creation of detailed models, which are used for strategic decision making.

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