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How to set up a cash flow forecast in a spreadsheet

How to set up a cash flow forecast in a spreadsheet

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A cashflow forecast is used to predict peaks and troughs in your cash balance, enabling you to consider at what point you may need a loan or sales drive or conversly, periods when there should be an excess. Banks may ask for this as part of a loan application.
A cashflow forecast is used to predict peaks and troughs in your cash balance, enabling you to consider at what point you may need a loan or sales drive or conversly, periods when there should be an excess. Banks may ask for this as part of a loan application.
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A cashflow forecast is used to predict peaks and troughs in your cash balance, enabling you to consider at what point you may need a loan or sales drive or conversly, periods when there should be an excess. Banks may ask for this as part of a loan application.

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