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60 day Projectionary Cashflow Calculator

Your profit and loss statement is a reflection of what has happened in your business. It is valuable information, but what would be even more valuable to a business would be a profit and loss statement that was your expectation of what was going to happen in the upcoming months. That is what a projectionary cashflow calculator is.

Begin by entering the actual numbers from the past year for the two months you want to project. Then look at each row of information and make your best estimate of what you think is going to happen in those same two months for the coming year. As you enter the projectionary numbers, this calculator will tell you how much cash you should expect to have on hand at the end of each of those two months. The names of the months, and the titles for the rows of expenses can be changed to those for your business.

This 60 day projectionary cashflow calculator is a sample from the class that Tom Shay teaches. If you would like to listen to the class Tom teaches on cashflow management, "Black Ink: Cashflow Management Secrets Your Accountant Never Shared" you can click on this link.

That page will also have the powerpoint from the presentation and a PDF of the presentation notes. These presentation notes will have a step by step instruction for building a full accrual based or cash based projectionary cashflow chart for your business.

While this calculator allows you to do two months of projections, here are the templates utilized in the clas that Tom teaches.

EZ Cashflow cash basis accounting template

EZ Cashflow accrual basis accounting template

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1
EZ Cashflow (TM) Cash Basis
       
2          
3
For Month Ending:
 
4
         
5
Income Statement:
       
6
P
7
C
8
C
9
P
10
         
11
Operating Expenses
       
12
P
13
C
14
P
15
P
16
P
17
P
18
P
19
P
20
P
21
P
22
P
23
P
24
P
25
P
26
P
27
P
28
P
29
P
30
P
31
         
32
Total Operating Expenses
C
33
         
34
Operating Income
C
35
         
36
Other Income and Expenses:
       
37
P
38
P
39
P
40
         
41
Net Income Before Taxes
C
42
         
43
P
44
         
45
Net Income (Loss)
C
46
         
47
         
48
Cash Balance, Beginning of Month
P/C
49
         
50
Net Income (Loss)
C
51
         
52
Add:
       
53
C
54
         
55
Less:
       
56
P
57
C
58
P
59
         
60
C
 
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