What would you do with a cash surplus?
Would you buy a new laptop? Or hire a VA? (Those are on my wishlist right now!)
On the other hand, what if you had a cash gap? Would you cut your spending?
Planning for a cash surplus or cash gap is a big part of decision making when it comes to business finances. Luckily, a cash flow forecast can be a blessing when it comes to understanding the expected timing of any surplus or gap.
In the new episode of Cash Clarity, I’m explaining step-by-step how to create a cash flow forecast so you can know exactly when to expect money to come in or out of your business.
When a cash flow forecast is done correctly it can help you make those big purchase decisions with clarity and confidence!
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