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Benefits of Cash Flow Management
Sources of cash
It helps in identifying the sources of cash inflows and outflows. This is essential to monitor cash flow of the business.
It helps in budgeting your cash requirements. It also helps to control the business expenses and setting targets.
Avoid cash shortage
It helps in avoiding cash shortages, caused due to a gap between cash inflows and outflows.
It helps in tracking the outstanding payments and to ensure cash availability for timely repayment.
It helps to understand the movement of cash in the business i.e. whether there is any increase in cash or decrease in cash and its reasons. It helps to understand the reasons why there is a small cash balance even though there is sufficient profit, or vice versa.
Optimum cash balance
It helps to ascertain the optimum cash balance of the business. This helps to identify whether there is idle and/or excess and/or shortage of cash in the business. This is beneficial when planning to invest the surplus cash or to decide whether to borrow funds from external sources to meet the cash deficit.
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Cash flow is the money coming in and out of the business. Most importantly, it is the cash you have on hand to pay bills and keep your business running.
It is the process of tracking how much money is coming in and going out of the business. This helps to analyse the optimum cash need of the business. It also helps to predict the future cash needs and to budget for the same.
Cash budgeting is estimating your future cash needs based on your current cash inflow and outflows. It is an essential step to ensure that you always have sufficient cash to repay your outstanding dues and avoid cash shortage.
- Overestimating future cash inflows,
- Keeping insufficient cash reserves for unexpected or unplanned expenditures,
- Not keeping buffer time for debtors to realise.
- Not considering the seasonal trends when budget cash inflows.
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