The cash flow budget worksheet allows the sensititvity analysis of your cash flow. Insert your cash flow informations in the middle column "expected cash flow" and the tool will calculate pessimistic and optimistic scenarios assuming a variation of 25% in receipts and disbursements. This is intended to be a simple and practical tool to be adjusted and used by SMEs working in all sectors. You may adapt it to reflect your business needs, type of clientele, products and services you offer.
This worksheet lists all the descriptions of the cash inflows and outflows of the new business. If you need additional categories of expenses you can quickly modify it. Just plug in your amounts and the spreadsheet will automatically compute the totals.
The file is a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet template. Once you've downloaded the file, you must copy it to your EXCEL\XLSTART directory in order to use it.
- Download this spreadsheet template just once, and be able to use it over and over again.
- The spreadsheet contains the formatting for a cash flow sensitivity analysis.
- The spreadsheet can be completely customized — you can quickly add or delete items or revise the format to meet your needs.
- The spreadsheet is easy to use. Just plug in your inflows (income) and outflows (disbursements) and it will automatically show you what will happen to your cash flow when actual results are not what you expected.
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