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Cash Flow Forecasting

Avoid a cash crisis with accurate cash flow management.

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Many owners do not clearly understand when cash flow shortfalls will occur, leaving the business vulnerable to unexpected financial difficulties. A reliable cash flow forecast can help business owners anticipate and plan for potential shortfalls, allowing them to make proactive decisions to address any issues before they become critical. With the right tools and strategies, businesses can take control of their cash flow and ensure long-term financial stability.

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Clarity on your present and future cash position.

No business owner wants a cash flow crunch. Eliminating the surprises in your cash flow can be achieved through deep analysis and interpretation of your numbers. Cash flow forecasting lets you clearly understand your current and future cash position, eliminate surprises and ensure that you are always in control of your finances.

With the help of deep analysis and interpretation of your numbers, our accounting experts can provide you with accurate and reliable cash flow forecasting, giving you the peace of mind you need to focus on growing your business. Trust us to help you navigate the financial landscape and make informed decisions for the future.

Our Approach

Rolling forecasts for your inflows and outflows.

At Notion CFO & Advisors, we understand how crucial cash flow forecasting is for sustainable growth in business. But it’s not a “set and forget” process. We work closely with our clients to establish a 12-week rolling forecast that forecasts inflows and outflows, factors in cash balances and lines of credit. We send this forecast to a client weekly for review and have a proactive and insightful discussion as needed. This process allows us to identify a potential cash flow shortfall 6-12 weeks in advance, allowing our clients to act proactively and avoid financial difficulties.

Our expert accountants in Kansas City provide peace of mind and a solid financial plan to ensure long-term financial stability and sustainable growth for our clients.

A Business Owner Putting Together A Rolling Cash Flow Forecast

FAQS

Frequently asked questions.

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Cash flow is the amount of money coming in and going out of a business. It is important because it helps a business to understand its financial health and make informed decisions about spending and investing.
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The key components of a cash flow forecast include projected income, projected expenses, and the company’s current cash balance. It should also consider any expected changes in the business such as new product launches, marketing campaigns, or hiring new employees.
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Updating your cash flow forecast regularly, ideally on a monthly basis, will help you to have a clear understanding of your current financial status and anticipate any potential cash flow issues. This proactive approach allows you to make adjustments to your spending, revenue, and financing plans in a timely manner. By regularly monitoring your cash flow, you can identify trends and patterns that may indicate future cash flow problems, and take corrective action to prevent them from happening. Additionally, having a current cash flow forecast can also help you to secure funding from investors or lenders, as it demonstrates that you have a solid understanding of your business’s financial performance and future prospects.
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The business owner should have access to their financial data and records at all times, and be able to authorize any changes or adjustments made by the outsourced accounting firm. The firm should also provide regular reports and updates to the business owner.

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