Why use a 13-week cash flow analysis?
A 13-week cash flow analysis allows you to anticipate cash flow issues before they happen, you so communicate with suppliers and make pre-emptive changes to operations.
Click here to download a 13-week spreadsheet template, review the notes at the bottom of this post and then fill in the blue areas:
- Add in your starting cash, AR and AP balances
- Fill in the sections for your cash-in and cash-out each week
- Each week add in your AR and AP balances
Call C-Link Consulting at (248) 781-0150 or email email@example.com to schedule a complimentary 30-minute consultation. From there we can:
- Answer any questions you about the analysis tool
- Determine if you require a day by day cash-flow analysis
- Work with you to determine the effects of various "what if" scenarios. What would happen if revenue dropped 10%, 20%, or 40%?
Read this post "Tough Questions for your Business" for immediate actions to take.
- This tool is not financial advice and does not guarantee results.
- AR balance going down is good if it means you are collecting more. However, it might also indicate a lack of sales. Conversely, an increasing AR balance might indicate increasing sales or fewer collections.
- A declining AP balance generally indicates fewer debts.