The cash flow spreadsheet is necessary to every business, to organize the income and expenses, now in version 4.0. It features 5 ready dashboards, automatic reporting, account sorting, and payment status tracking. Then you will be able to quickly visualize the financial health of your business to make safer decisions.
Registration of Types of Recipes
The worksheet follows the best practices of cash flow management. The first step is to create a chart of accounts. Then, you will begin by entering the types of cash receipts of your business. This activity will help you to see your results by type on a monthly basis.
Registration of Types of Expenses
Then register your types of cash outflows (expenses). This activity will allow you to analyze your most relevant accounts: expenses with people, marketing, operational, etc. In addition to allowing you to analyze sub-account groups.
Make Your Daily Launches
With the chart of accounts ready, you can post your separate cash income and expenses on monthly tabs and keep track of your daily balance. Also, determine the payment dates of the postings to track your accounts receivable and payable and what has actually been paid.
Track Your Daily Flow
See the daily result of your inflow and outflow of cash. Find the best days of the month and the worst days. Make decisions to smooth your cash flow in the coming months.
Cash Flow Report
Track your income, expenses and profit / loss, profitability and balance accrued by the cash scheme. Learn in a simple and intuitive way if your company is winning the game.
Cash Flow Targets
Set income, expenditure, and compare goals to what was accomplished to have a reference to look for in the future.
Statement of Income for the Year
Track your results on an accrual basis. We generate a summary DRE (only with large accounts) and a detailed DRE to facilitate your financial analysis.
Keep track of the days when there are outstanding amounts, and without the payment date. This means that some customer may be in default, or that you may have unpaid suppliers.
Bills to pay and receive
Keep track of your accounts payable and receivable in detail and check customer defaults.