Forecasting cash flow

Forecasting Cash Flow

Need to get a grip on your cash flow? We’ll help you tailor your accounting set-up and cash flow forecasting tools to reveal your future cash position. #cashflow #forecasting #SmallBusiness #SmallBiz #SMB #finance #accounting

Why you need to forecast your cash flow

Cash flow is the lifeblood of your business. And when it comes to cash flow management, preventing cash issues is far easier than trying to solve these issues after the event.

Positive cash flow comes from balancing your income (the cash inflows) against your expenditure (the cash outflows). If you’re in control of this then the business will always have the liquid cash needed to cover your liabilities.

Forecasting your cash inflows and outflows

Forecasting works by taking your cash data from prior periods and projecting it forward in time, giving you a ‘crystal ball’ that reveals the future health of your cash flow.

By running detailed cash flow forecasts, it’s possible to:

  • Understand your future operational cash flow – helping you to see the seasonal dips, or the projected drops in income, and get the early warning you need to take action.
  • Understand your future operational cash flow – helping you to see the seasonal dips, or the projected drops in income, and get the early warning you need to take action.
  • Plan your costs and expenditure effectively – by working to strict budgets, looking at cost management and reining in expenses – so your future outflows are reduced.
  • Avoid the cash flow issues before they happen – giving you the information you need to plan ahead, take clear action and stay in tight control of your cash status.
Talk to us about setting up cash flow forecasts

If you want to get a grip on cash flow, we’ll help your tailor your accounting set-up and will provide the cash flow forecasting tools you need to reveal your future cash position.

If you are located on the Gold Coast or surrounding areas Contact Us at Solve Business Accountants and let’s start forecasting.

 

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