Cash Flow represents the amount of cash a company has in the bank at a given time. It shows the real financial health of a company.
In Predict, daily cash flow is calculated and projected based on all the transactions that have occurred in the last 12 consecutive months.
Cash Today is the balance of all the bank accounts as of the current date. It will be the same as in the Balance Sheet or Trial Balance of the connected accounting software.
Clicking the Cash Today tab will list each bank account as well as their current balance.
Days Cash on Hand is the total number of days a business can continue its operating expenses without receiving any new income. It is calculated based on the cash balance available on the current date.
Invoices/ Bills contains the current summary of the total number and amount of unpaid invoices/ bills, as well as for the next 360 days. You will be able to also see the transactional details.
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Actual & Projected Cash Flow shows the past twelve months’ actuals, current, and the next twelve months projection of cash flow from the current date in a compact form. It's a visual presentation of your future cash flow.
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Towards the upper right side of the graph is the Range. It allows you to select the amount of historical and predicted data you would like to see on the graph and table.
Add a Projection allows you to add or edit a transaction in order to view the potential outcome of your cash flow. The impact will be visible on the graph, as well as the table.
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Plan a Scenario is a part of Add a Scenario where you can create multiple hypothetical situations and compare their impact on your cash position.
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Tabular View presents both the actuals, and predicted cash position in a tabular format alongside the opening and closing balances. You can add what-if-scenarios as well as hide or edit the predictions to see the impact both on the graph and table.
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