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Impairment on Cash Flow Statement

Can someone explain to me why impairment of goodwill is a cash inflow under operating activities? It is obviously a non-cash expense, but why is it an inflow under ops?

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Under the indirect method for CFO, noncash expenses are added to net income to arrive at CFO.

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