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Projecting Cash Flow

Jan 01, 2008

Download Cash flow problems often catch small business owners by surprise. An accurate cash flow projection can protect entrepreneurs against this situation. A cash flow projection charts the amounts of money the business expects to receive and pay out each month in a rolling six- or twelve-month period. This forecast takes into account: the lag time between billing the clients and getting paid; incurring an expense and paying for it; and collecting taxes that aren’t due to the government until a later date. This paper from American Express explains step-by-step process will guide through preparation of a cash flow projection.


Whitepaper

American Express