What will your cash flow situation look like next week, next month or in a year? Find out why it’s important to know, and how to calculate it.
How you manage the cash flow cycle is critical to your business' financial health and profitability. The cash flow improvement calculator can help you understand how your business is performing now and lets you make adjustments to key areas to plan improvements.
Understanding the different parts of the calculator
There are three sections of the calculator:
- your business details (including financial data)
- your key performance indicators’ results (including marginal cash flow and cash cycle)
- your adjustments (called My Power of One)
To start using the calculator you'll need to fill in your business's financial data first (on the left-hand side). This information is used to give you results shown in the key performance indicator section (on the top right-hand side). You can then make adjustments to your cash flow cycle (on the bottom right-hand side) to see how those changes affect the results.