Cash flow forecasting software for preparing business projections for 12 months to 7 years. Quick and easy to use cash flow software
Imagine having an easy to use and quick to get started cash flow software. Cash Forecaster is cash flow forecasting software designed with the user in mind. How a client explained it:
“It has saved me hours on a recent clients projections.” Phil Taylor;
Another client said:
“The template is excellent – very easy to use. You can produce a professional set of forecasts very quickly.” Tim Moorhouse.
Speedy professional reports at your fingertips
Both types of cash flow reports are included:
- A standard ‘Receipts and Payments‘ or ‘Cash-inflows‘ and ‘Cash-outflows‘ cash flow forecast of up to 7-years.
- Plus a funds flow statement or Cash Flow Statement for up to 7-years.
Professional looking reports are setup and ready to go. Complete the easy to manage data entry sheets to automatically produce reports that are ideal for:
- Banks and other finance-houses to support loan or bank overdraft applications.
- For presenting to investors or venture capitalists (VCs) to seek investment in your business.
- Use them for your management meetings.
- Combine the profession reports from Cash Forecaster to support your small business plans.
- Save time, save money and all for a small £147 investment.
2. Double entry done for you and a balance sheet is produced automatically
Preparing Excel spreadsheets from scratch is time-consuming. But picture yourself not having to start from scratch ever again.
Whenever you prepare your own cash flow spreadsheets, there’s no guarantee your figures will balance. Working out how to put the numbers in the right place is often times a challenge. Picture the situation where all this hard work has all been done for you.
Cash flow forecasting software with easy to use data-entry sheets. The forecast template does the hard work for you. Which makes forecasting a breeze and this is how a client explained it:
“You can spend your time producing accurate figures rather than trying to work out how to make the balance sheet balance with the cash flow forecast!” Tim Moorhouse.
3. VAT (Sales Tax/GST) entries calculated automatically
The job of creating forecasts with the correct VAT-inclusive* or VAT-exclusive* entries is complicated. Getting them on the right reports can be tricky too. This is at best extremely time consuming. But imagine if you would, not having to worry about these complicated calculations and formulas. But instead picture the ideal solution where your VAT entries are done automatically for you.
Cash Forecaster Software makes this quick and easy. You benefit from our hard work as we’ve spent the time, so that you don’t have to. The VAT* entries are done for you. All you need to know is which products, expenses or services are Vatable.* It’s that simple.
* Also set up to change to sales tax and/or GST.
4. Capital expenditure entries made easy. Depreciation is calculated automatically
Most small businesses have capital expenditure in their financial forecasts. This could include new buildings, motor vehicles, plant, equipment, computers, furniture and other assets.
Image owning cash flow forecasting software where the hard-work has already been done behind the scenes.
Forecasting capital expenditure works as follows:
- You enter your opening assets in easy to use data entry sheets;
- Add any new planned capital expenditure using a straight forward table format already set up for you.
- Select the asset type.
- Enter the cost of forecast capital expenditure.
- Enter the estimated forecast purchase date.
- Select the VAT rate for the type of asset if applicable (Also change to Sales Tax of GST rate).
- Cash Forecaster does the calculations for you automatically as each asset is entered.
- Forecast capital expenditure is included on the correct reports in the right months either gross or net of VAT (Sales Tax/GST).
- Depreciation calculations are also automatically reported on the correct reports.
- The cash flow forecast report shows the capital expenditure and the forecast profit and loss will include the automatically calculated depreciation. The balance sheet will include total fixed assets, less any depreciation.
Visualise the simplicity for a moment and imagine your forecast capital expenditure included in the right places, on the right reports and in the correct month. But then each your entries are just as easy to change if you need to alter the forecast capital expenditure timings, at the touch of a button.
This is all done automatically and it couldn’t be any easier.
5. Loans and hire purchase made easy
If your small business has opening loans or hire purchase, or if you have plans to raise finance during the forecast period, imagine these entries all taken care of too.
Your financial projections can also be used to calculate your loan or overdraft requirements for your small business.
This easy to use loan function includes many different loans types available to small businesses.
6. Sensitivity analysis will save you time
Picture the scenario where you’ve entered all your data into your own spreadsheet. Imagine after all the time spent preparing your cash flows that you are then asked to change some or all of the numbers. What if your hard-worked spreadsheets and formulas were not designed to take account of what-if scenarios. A bit of a headache right?
Instead, picture the scenario where you never need to worry about this nightmare ever again. Because Cash Forecaster has a built-in what-if scenario function.
This time-saving feature is an extremely flexible sensitivity analysis tool. This tool can be used to very quickly increase or decrease your sales, cost of sales, overhead expenses and other income. This happens with just a few key strokes too.
Imagine how much time this feature alone will save you. This is becuase you don’t have to re-enter your data over and again.
The what-if analysis feature can be used to affect each profit and loss heading in total. Alternatively, you can increase or decrease each line of the profit and loss account individually.
Banks often want to know your best case or worst case scenarios. Which is why our cash flow forecasting software includes this feature.
Your job is made to be simple and quick.
7. Prepare ‘monthly cash flows’ for up to 7-years
Most cash flow forecast projections are for two to three years. However there are times when five or even 7-years cash flow projections are needed.
It’s simple and quick to choose the length of the forecast period you require. Then enter your data to have professional reports suitable for banks, directors, company shareholders and investors.
This can all be done within a very short space of time after you’ve downloaded this forecasting program.
8. Key feature you require that’s not listed: Read this section if that’s the case
Everyone benefits from the upgrades of Cash Forecaster software. We are always including new features that other customers have requested for themselves, but that also benefit other users.
Recently a client was recommended to use our software by Lloyds Bank Plc. This customer asked for a specific report. So we upgraded Cash Forecaster for them totally free of charge.
This is one of our key customer commitments. If you have a specific requirement, please let us know.
Review the features already included and listed here, but if there’s a function you require, please let us know. This service is free of charge, as we see it benefiting other customers or future customers too.
We reserve the right to refuse a change if we consider the suggested alteration as very specific to your business. But out of all the suggestions received, only a few have been rejected. Make contact here to make your suggestion.
Caveats to this feature:
- The feature you require is possible to include; and
- We agree that it will benefit other clients too.
- And remember, this unique service is provided completely free of charge.
If your initial purchase was dependent on us including your suggested new feature, but we are not able to deliver on our promise, we extend the 30 day money back guarantee to the point at which we are not able deliver.
In which case you’ll get 100% of your money back. No questions asked.
However, so far we’ve managed to cater for nearly all requests. Some might take longer than others to incorporate. But it does mean that the current version of a Cash Forecaster software is full of extra ‘customer-requested-features.’ Imagine the almost perfect solution to your preparation of cash flow forecasts. Picture how easy your life will be once you’ve downloaded Cash Forecaster to have professional reports in quick time.
This offer is a win-win scenario for you and for us. You receive a free upgrade, whilst we can offer the new feature to existing and future customers.
Cash Forecaster is feature rich cash flow software, all you pay is a small £147 investment.
Full list of features of No. 1 cash flow forecasting software:
Profit & loss and cash flow projections month by month for 12 months to 7 years
Our cash flow software can be used to prepare cash flow and profit forecasts for shorter 12 months forecasts through to 7 year long term projections.
Here’s a short video explaining some of these reports you get with Cash Forecaster:
International currency symbol on all reports: £, $ and € (or any other currency)
Our cash flow forecast software has built-in currency headings for each of the reports.
It’s easy to change the international currency symbol from the default Sterling Pound symbol to the Dollar sign for US cash flow forecasts or New Zealand and Australian Cash Flow forecasts.
You can set the international currency symbol to whatever currency sign is used in your country.
Here’s a short video to show how this can be changed in Cash Forecaster:
Balance sheets reports at each year end and on a monthly basis for accurate projections
When you prepare cash flow forecasts, it’s important to include a projected balance as well.
Cash Forecaster comes with three types of projected balance sheet, as follows:
- A summary projected balance sheet at the end of each 12 month period;
- A monthly projected balance sheet; and
- A balance sheet you can report for any period from within the cash flow forecast period.
Here’s a short video to show the three types of projected balance sheet report:
10 loan or hire purchase accounts including many great functions: Loan repayment holidays; Interest charged to the loan or to the bank; plus more
If your reason for preparing cash flow forecasts includes the forecast of a loan or overdraft facility from a bank, the loan terms need to be taken into account in your cash flow projections.
This is made easy with Cash Forecaster. Our cash flow forecasting software includes the ability to include up to ten separate loans or hire purchase accounts.
If your small business already has an opening bank loan or hire purchase liability, this can be easily entered onto Cash Forecaster too.
The loan and hire purchase feature and how this function works in our cash flow excel template is explained in this short video:
20 product or service sales lines
Cash Forecaster has the feature to enter up to 20 separate sales lines. Each sales line has its own specific terms associated with it, as follows:
- Description of the sale item.
- The ability to select whether or not the sales item is chargeable to VAT (Sales Tax or GST).
- A feature to adjust the specific payment terms for each sales line where credit is given to your customers.
- The sales terms also provide for sales in advance of up to 24 months.
- The ability to include factoring per sales line to include the percentage advanced from the factoring company.
- A what-if override to easily adjust each sales line either up or down, rather than having to re-enter each month.
- Enter the amount of forecast sales for up to 84 months or 7-years into the future.
Here’s a short video to explain the sales and cash flow forecast feature to you:
20 cost of sales lines
Cash Forecaster also has 20 different cost of sales lines to enter your small business cost of sales information.
The cost of sales feature includes various functions for each cost of sales line. These include:
- Description of the cost of sale/purchase item
- The ability to select whether or not the cost of sale/purchase item is chargeable to VAT (Sales Tax or GST).
- Credit payment terms of up to 12 months.
- Payroll taxes where your cost of sales/purchase line relates to direct employee wages costs.
- A what-if override to easily adjust each cost of sales/purchase line either up or down, rather than having to re-enter each month.
- Enter the amount of forecast cost of sales/purchases for up to 84 months or 7-years into the future.
Short video to explain the cost of sale/purchases cash flow forecast feature:
Automatic overdraft interest or deposit interest calculations
One complication of any cash flow forecast is to have the interest automatically calculated.
This feature is built-in to Cash Forecaster cash flow forecasting software for both overdraft interest and for interest income too.
Set these rates to what your bank charges your small business for an overdraft. Or alternatively for what the bank credits your business when you have money on deposit. Cash Forecaster does these calculations for you.
Interested on any projected overdraft in the forecast period will be automatically calculated. The overdraft interest will be included on the profit and loss projections and on the cash flow forecast.
Any interest income will also be automatically calculate on positive balances on your cash flow forecast. This interest income will be included on your cash flow projection report and profit and loss forecast too.
Here’s a short video to explain the cash flow forecast interest feature:
Flexible customer payment terms: Cash Forecaster includes up to 12 months credit terms and 24 months advance payment (prepaid income) settings. Also include are cash and credit cards payments
Cash flow forecast credit sales
Most business, and especially those that operate business-to-business, have credit sales. This means that credit terms are offered to customers.
When you are preparing cash flow and profit forecasts, it’s important to distinguish between when the amounts are invoiced to customers and when money is received from them. But then it’s important to reflect the correct timings when money is received and reflected on the cash flow forecast. But also to report the correct sales amounts on the profit and loss projection reports too.
The amounts are included on the projected profit and loss report in the month the customer is invoiced. But these amounts are included net of VAT (Sales Tax/GST). However, the amount should only be included on the cash flow projections in the month the amount is ‘projected‘ to be received from the customer. However, this will be inclusive of VAT (Sales Tax/GST).
Here’s a short video to explain the cash flow forecast credit sales feature:
Cash flow forecast prepaid or advanced sales
In addition to being able to enter credit sales, the cash flow Excel template also has a prepaid or advance sales feature too.
You can enter prepaid sales of up to 24 months in advance. Once you enter the information onto an easy to use template, the software does the rest to include the correct amounts on each of the forecast reports. This includes the projected profit and loss report, the cash flow forecast, the projected balance sheet and the projected ‘Cash Flow Statement.’
Here’s a short video to demonstrate the prepaid or advanced sales feature:
Flexible supplier payment terms: Payment terms include cash through to 12 month payment terms
Our cash flow Excel template makes dealing with supplier payments easy when you’re preparing cash flow forecasts.
Simply enter the amount you project for the month. Then select the payment terms from a simple drop down list. This drop down list includes ‘cash’ i.e. paid in the same month as the cost was incurred, through to 12 months credit terms.
The 12 month credit terms feature would be applicable for businesses which take advantage of retention’s on building projects. If your small business is in the construction business this feature will be useful.
Cash Forecaster will put the correct numbers in the right months automatically for you. This includes the project profit and loss report, the cash flow forecasts and the project balance sheet.
Here’s a short video demonstrating the supplier payment terms feature in our cash flow forecasting software:
Credit card charge calculations
Many business have customers pay using credit cards. These customer payments incur credit card charges.
Where these are incorporated into cash flow and profit and loss projections you want this to be as easy as possible.
Our cash flow forecasting software has a simple feature to setup credit card charges and have these applied to forecast revenues.
The following video demonstrates the credit card function in Cash Forecaster:
VAT, Sales Tax and GST terms: Cash Forecaster software includes the necessary calculations for this tax
Where your business is registered for VAT (Sales Tax or GST), or if you intend to register for VAT during the cash flow forecast period this needs to be calculated appropriately. Our cash flow forecasting software includes automatic calculations for VAT (Sales Tax or GST) in your for projections..
There are many VAT (Sales Tax/GST) features included within Cash Forecaster. These are to enable most situations in a small business to be catered.
These features include:
- The ability to change the VAT payment period; These include: monthly; 2-monthly; quarterly; or 6 monthly. If your small business isn’t VAT (Sales Tax/GST) registered you have the ability to switch-off this feature altogether.
- Set the first payment month VAT (Sales Tax/GST) falls within your forecast period.
- The function to set the first month your business is registered for VAT (Sales Tax or GST), where this is planned to happen during the forecast period.
- The ability to enter your own VAT payments to override the standard monthly, quarterly, etc payment periods too.
- Default VAT rates are already included, but any new rates can be added. Rates already included are: Zero percent, 5% and 20%.
Here’s a short video to demonstrate the VAT in the cash flow forecast:
Payroll taxes and wages deductions
Where your small business needs to take account of payroll taxes in your cash flow forecast, this is taken care of with our cash flow forecasting software. This will make your life easy, as is shown in the short video below.
Enter your forecast amounts for wages and salary costs. Then enter an appropriate payroll tax rate. Cash Forecaster will then automatically do the calculations for you. The correct amounts will be included on the various forecast reports. This includes the projected profit and loss, the cash flow forecast and the projected balance sheet.
This payroll taxes function includes the following features:
- The ability to easily enter your own tax rates applicable to the wages and salary costs.
- Adjust the time frame in which the payroll tax or PAYE is paid.
- Enter an override payment to be included in your cash flow forecast instead of the standard payments or in addition to the standard payroll tax payments.
- To have payroll tax entries for direct cost of sales wages or overheads or both.
In the short video below this demonstrates the payroll taxes forecast feature of Cash Forecaster:
Company/Corporation tax calculator: Features include adjusting the profit for tax purposes
When preparing cash and profit forecasts, its important to consider the corporation tax charge in the forecast period. You shouldn’t ignore the impact payments of tax will have on your forecast cash flows.
Our cash flow forecasting software incorporates an easy to use tax feature. Whether you pay income tax or corporation tax payments. The forecast profit is pulled through to a tax calculator. You then set the tax rate, make any adjustments to taxable profit and the tax is calculated automatically.
The forecast reports will then automatically include the income or corporation tax charge in the correct places and at the right times over the forecast period.
The tax features included in this cash flow forecast include:
- The payment month of the tax including quarterly corporation tax payments.
- The ability to spread the tax across each of the months over the projection period.
- The facility to enter either profit add-backs or profit deductions.
- The tax rate for each of the periods in the forecast.
- Adjustments for losses either brought forward or incurred during the forecast period.
The following video demonstrates the cash flow forecast tax features:
Asset depreciation rates including automatic calculations
When preparing cash flow forecasts its mostly necessary to include depreciation in the profit projections reports.
Where assets are either brought forward at the beginning of the cash flow forecast period, and/or purchased during the period, the depreciation on these assets requires an entry on the forecast profit and loss and on the projected balance sheet.
The features included within the depreciation function include the following:
- Either select a depreciation rate from the default settings or enter whatever depreciation rate you use for your fixed assets in your business.
- Select between either straight line deprecation or reducing balance method depreciation.
- Enter up to eight fixed assets types, including two asset types where the depreciation is set against cost of sales.
- Enter your opening depreciation.
- Automatic depreciation calculations done for you, once the rates are set and fixed assets are entered.
The depreciation charge is automatically included on the correct reports in the relevant months. The reports in which depreciation is included are the profit and loss forecast, the projected balance sheet and the add back on the Cash Flow Statement.
There is also a fixed asset summary report. This summary report details the fixed asset cost and depreciation amounts. This report provides back up to the balance sheet and profit and loss projections.
Here’s a short video demonstrating the depreciation in our cash flow forecast software:
The other Cash Forecaster features include the following:
- Detailed overhead expenses.
- Stock and work in progress feature.
- Sensitivity analysis tool to speedily trial various scenarios for sales, cost of sales, overheads and other income headings.
- Owner dividends or drawings/capital introduced or director/partner loans.
- Other debtors and other creditor facility.
- Opening balances facility to easily enter your opening trial balance or balance sheet.
- Factoring or Invoice discounting feature. If your company factors/invoice discounts its invoices or is looking to see how this affects business cash flows, this feature is included.
- Accruals and prepayment feature to easily adjust your forecasts to tie in with payment timings and what’s charged to the profit and loss.
- Flexible headings that can be changed to suit your business.
- Assumptions report; Summary forecasts with break-even analysis report; Cash flow forecast report; Cash Flow Statement report; Profit forecast report; Trading summary report; Overhead report; Balance sheet report, in summary at the end of each year and by month; Fixed asset report; Loan report; VAT/Sales Tax/GST report; Payroll taxes report.
- Monthly reports for profit and loss and balance sheet. Choose whatever period you like with comparatives of your choice too.
Here are a sample of the reports generated from our cash flow forecasting software – Cash Flow Forecasting Reports
The main reports include a profit and loss forecast, forecast ‘Cash Flow Statement, cash flow projections and a projected balance sheet for 12 months to 7 years.
The main reports included in our cash flow forecast software Cash Forecaster include:
Forecast assumptions report
The forecast assumptions report details the main assumptions used in the cash flow forecast period.
Details include the rate of interest that would apply to an overdraft that may be required in the forecast period. Versus interest income on money in the bank that would apply to surplus cash in your forecast period.
The forecast assumptions report also details information about the depreciation rates of fixed assets and also shows information on company taxation rates.
The tax detail shows the adjusted profit for tax, along with the tax rate for that forecast period and the estimated tax too.
The forecast summary report is a quick glance report of the profit and loss and cash flow forecast. This also includes a break-even analysis.
The cash flow summary includes a 12-monthly detail of opening and closing bank balances, together with the net cash inflows and cash outflows.
The summary profit and loss includes the turnover, cost of sales and gross profit detail, together with a summary of the expenditure and taxation charge. At the bottom of the forecast profit and loss is the break even analysis.
Cash flow forecast report
The cash flow forecast report provides the breakdown of ‘cash-in’ and ‘cash-out’ for each 12 month; 24 month; 3 years, 4 years, 5 years; 6 years and 7 year period.
‘Cash-ins’ include payments received from customers, loan advances, proceeds on sale of assets and any other income.
The ‘cash-outs’ include payments to suppliers, capital expenditure, loan repayments, tax payments, dividends and any other cash out-flows.
Profit and loss forecast report
The forecast profit and loss report provides a breakdown between sales, cost of sales and gross profit and the expenditure detail. These forecasts are for 12 month; 24 month; 3 year; 4 year; 5 year; 6 year; and 7 year profit and loss projections.
The expenditure detail is summarised between wages and salary costs, general overheads, financial overheads and depreciation.
Forecast ‘Cash Flow Statement‘
In addition to having a conventional cash flow forecast, Cash Forecaster also includes a forecast Cash Flow Statement.
The Cash Flow Statement provides a forecast for 12 months to 7 year and is broken down between operating, investing and financing activities and follows FRS 102 guidance for its layout.
The Cash Flow Statement shows inflow and outflow of cash and cash equivalents from various activities of a company during the forecast period under the main heads i.e., operating activities, investing activities and financing activities.
Information provided through the Cash Flow statement is useful to assess the ability of any business to generate cash and cash equivalents, whilst providing information on the needs of the enterprise to utilise those cash flows.
Forecast trading summary report
The forecast trading summary report provides a breakdown of sales and cost of sales, which provides the detail to support the profit and loss forecast.
The forecast trading summary is split between the breakdown of turnover and shows the various sales lines and the breakdown of cost of sales.
The sales are adjusted where appropriate for any advanced sales or provisions for prepaid sales too. Whereas cost of sales is adjust for any movements in stock and/or work in progress and accruals.
The overhead report provides the detail to the forecast overheads of the business and supports the forecast profit and loss report.
The overhead report provides the breakdown of the main expenditure headings for the projected profit and loss. These are the ‘Wages and salary costs,’ ‘General overheads’ and ‘Financial overheads.
The reported numbers on the forecast overheads report are net of any accruals and/or prepayments provided for in the forecast period.
Projected balance sheet report
The projected balance sheet report is a forecast balance sheet at the end of each year of the forecast periods. The reporting period can be anything from 12 months to a longer term cash flow forecast of up to 7 years.
The balance sheet provides the usual analysis between fixed assets, current assets, current liabilities, long term liabilities and share capital and reserves.
The projected balance sheet report is calculated automatically.
A projected balance sheet is one of the most important components of cash flow forecasts and business plans.
Monthly projected balance sheet
In addition to the end of year balance sheet, Cash Forecaster also has a monthly balance sheet too.
The monthly balance sheet provides the same information as the period end balance sheet, except that the information is reported at the end of each and every month of the cash flow forecast period.
Forecast fixed asset report
The forecast fixed asset report provides the detail of the additions, disposals and depreciation of fixed assets in the forecast period and support the balance sheet numbers.
The report is split out between the cost of the fixed assets and the depreciation.
The cost of fixed assets shows the movements relating to additions and disposals during the forecast period on a month by month basis.
The depreciation section of the report shows the month by month depreciation charge for each of the asset headings.
Finally, the report also provides a breakdown of asset disposals and shows the profit or loss on disposal.
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Forecast loan report
The forecast loan report provides a detailed breakdown of the loans and hire purchase amounts in the forecast period.
The loan report is split between each of the ten possible loans you can have in the forecast period.
At the top of each loan is a summary of the main elements of each loan. This consists of the loan interest rate, the loan or hire purchase term, first month of the loan repayment, the capital sum borrowed and total interest and payments.
The report also includes an analysis of the repayments and interest charges throughout the period of the loan.
The forecast loan and hire purchase report provides the breakdown for the balance sheet. This includes amounts due in less than one year and due after more than one year.
VAT/Sales Tax/GST report
The VAT (Sales Tax/GST) report provides a breakdown of the VAT (Sales Tax/GST) entries in the cash and profit forecasts.
The VAT (Sales Tax/GST) report is split between the amount of VAT (Sales Tax/GST) charged on sales and the VAT (Sales Tax/GST) paid on cost of sales, expenses and asset purchases.
The report shows how the net payments or refunds are made up that appear on the cash flow forecast.
The closing balance that appears on the balance sheet is also shown on the forecast VAT report.
Payroll taxes report
The Payroll Taxes report (which in the UK is PAYE) provides a breakdown of the payroll tax entries in the forecast period.
The report summarises the deductions from the payroll entries in the forecast period either from cost of sales wages or from the overhead wages expense deductions.
The report also displays the amounts of payroll tax. The payment timings for these deductions are shown too. These payments are also included on the cash flow forecast report.
The closing balance which appears on the forecast balance sheet is also included on this report.
Forecast factoring or invoice discounting report
The forecast factoring or invoice discounting report provides a detailed analysis and breakdown of factoring entries in the forecast period.
The report analyses the factored sales and shows the movements in factor advances and repayments during the forecast period.
The numbers shown support the cash flow report payments and receipts, as well as the projected balance sheet report to backup the closing balance on factoring or invoice discounting.
The backup report provides a detailed breakdown to support the forecast profit and loss, cash flow and balance sheet reports.
On the backup report there’s a more detailed breakdown of customer payments between the various credit terms. There’s also a more detailed analysis of the factoring movements on the cash flow forecasts.
This report also includes an analysis of the supplier payments too. These are separated into the different payment terms.
Forecast monthly reports
Use the monthly forecast report to select a period of your choice. This report includes comparatives of your choice too.
This applies for the forecast profit and loss and the projected balance sheet.
In the example forecast monthly report the two periods chosen are the 12 months from 1 January 2018 to 31 December 2018 and the comparative is for the 12 month period from 1 January 2019 to 31 December 2019.
The choice of period is completely flexible.
The forecast month report consists of a forecast profit and loss report, a detailed overhead report, a projected balance sheet and a profit and loss reconciliation report.
30-DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE:
Our 30-Day Promise To You: If for whatever reason you buy our cash flow forecasting software and don’t like it, we will refund all your money; no questions asked.
Also, please notify us immediately of a feature you’d like included. Please inform us when you purchase Cash Forecaster software, and we’ll extend this guarantee. The extension will be to the point we deliver on your requested feature. If we are not able to add the feature you request, you will receive your money back. But for this feature to work, any request for a change must be made before the end of the 30-day guarantee period.
And remember, adding a feature in this way is completely free of charge too.
What our customers are saying about our products:
“We can recommend the cash flow forecaster as being a very simple programme to use, producing professional-looking reports, very reasonably priced and saved us many hours of work compiling our own initial spreadsheet. The after-sales service was also extremely efficient.”Jane Heard Associates.
“Works a treat, a friend entered my data into the Sage Forecasting program to see if there would be any differences in outcome. Of course it did not!” Matt, ERAMA Ltd.
Cash flow forecast software requirements:
The software is Excel Template based. You will need to have Microsoft Excel installed on your computer to run the software. However, you don’t need to have expert knowledge of Excel or Spreadsheets. The Excel-based program is easy to use and fully explained in the user manual.
How your cash flow software is delivered
You’ll be redirected to a download page once you’ve completed your purchase. There will be a download link on that page where you can download Cash Forecaster straight to your computer.
You’ll also receive an order confirmation email, which will contain a link to the software download too.
If you’re not at your computer at the time of purchase and not ready to download Cash Forecaster right away, the email link you receive will allow your download at a later time.
The link to your download will remain active for 30 days after your purchase. This gives you plenty of time to download your product.
What you receive when you order your copy of Cash Forecaster
When you purchase Cash Forecaster, you’ll receive two files as follows:
- Cash Forecaster Excel template software.
- Cash Forecaster user guide.
Frequently asked questions about our cash flow forecast software
Frequently asked questions about our cash flow forecasting software Cash Forecaster are here – FAQs