In simple terms, a cash flow forecast is a document where you can record your business’ outgoings (costs) and balance them with the money you have coming in (income).
In the template, you’ll need to detail all outgoings such as staff salaries, rent payments and the cost of materials, as well as incoming payments such as sales revenues, cash grants or small business loans.
Maintaining a healthy cashflow is essential in order for small business owners to ensure they can plan ahead effectively and have money available in case of an emergency.
Mimo automatically builds a short-term cashflow forecast for your business based on your data, while giving you payment & credit tools to take action accordingly.
There are four key components of the Cash Flow Forecast:
Step 1: Cash balance
Start from the top, by filling out the starting cash balance
Step 2: Money in
Forecast your revenue inflows. You can use past data to guide your projections. Enter potential future cash injections (e.g., from debt, grants or equity raises)
Step 3: Money out
Enter estimates for your cash outflows, e.g., expenses like inventory, marketing, rent, salary.
Step 4: Resulting cash balance
Examine your projected output cash position based on the inputs.
Mimo gives full insight and control over invoice payments & cash flow. So you can save time, save money and proactively access & manage capital.
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