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Manage cashflow

Getting paid sooner and understanding the value of the timely and efficient payment of your expenses can help relieve the pressure and ongoing challenges of managing your cashflow.

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Cashflow basics

What is cashflow?

Cashflow is the amount of money coming into your business, including through the sale of your goods and services, and the money going out of your business, through purchases of raw materials and payments to suppliers, as well as wages and other expenses.  If there is more money going out than coming in, you have a cashflow gap that will need to be managed.

Forecast your cashflow

Regularly forecasting your cashflow and tracking against that forecast is important to making sure you have enough money to keep your business running. Our cashflow forecast template can help you plan ahead for the good times and the bad.

Improve your cashflow

You can improve your cashflow by improving how quickly you get paid and managing the payment of your expenses to ensure the best cash cycle.

Our checklist can suggest a number of ways you can improve your cashflow. 

 

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Cashflow forecast template

By utilising a cashflow forecast you’ll be able to plan ahead for the good times and the bad.

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Cashflow improvements checklist

Our checklist suggests a number of ways to help draw up an action plan for your business.

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What is cashflow, and why should I care?

Cashflow and how to manage it effectively is top of mind for many business owners.

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Making accurate cashflow forecasts

Our guide will offer you some tips on creating reliable forecasts as your business grows.

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2 must-dos to get the most out of this financial year

We outline two solid strategies every business owner should implement in 2017/2018.

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Ways to reduce operating waste and lower costs

As your business grows, your costs will increase. With a bit of creative thinking, there are ways to keep operating costs down.Cashflow is a problem for many growing businesses. Read some practical advice on how to manage this issue.

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Five ways to shorten your cash cycle

Here are five intelligent ways of shortening your cash cycle to help you get paid sooner. 

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