Cashflow Projections

6th February 2013

Cashflow projections are a requirement in many business modelling situations. The need for such information may be an internal discipline or, more likely, imposed by an external body. Such situations include:

Whatever the need, we have specialist software and experienced personnel to prepare such cashflow projections. The use of this software allows ‘what-if’ analysis, where underlying assumptions can be flexed, to see how this affects the overall results and to look for any predicted future ‘pinch-points’.

Let us turn your plans and business model into numbers. You can then refine your plans to focus in on your real objectives in running your business. Let us play ‘devil’s advocate’, as we comment on these projections and make sure that you do not run out of cash in the future. Where cash shortfalls are identified, we can also advise on potential strategies to avoid and/or provide sources of fresh finance.

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