In developing countries, there are many companies opening day by days, but only a few are able to withstand in the highly competitive market. There are many companies who have much cash fund, but less assets wherever many companies those who have much assets but less funds. These both conditions are not good for the companies. The quantity of Liquid cash should be in sufficient form not more than and not less than. So, to keep away from this condition and for getting the idea of proper utilization of cash and working capital, cash flow analysis is applied. With the help of cash flow analysis a company can predict its upcoming profit. In this manuscript, comparisons of net cash flows of one public sector and one private sector life insurance company limited are selected for study.
Key words: Net cash flows, one public sector LIC Co. Ltd., one private sector LIC Co. Ltd, operating activities, investing activities, financing activities, coefficient of variation.