At the end of the day, conducting good financial management can be the big difference between success or bankruptcy of your company. Therefore, understanding your cash flow is essential.
Here at LUZ, we've been working on this topic since we started, and after creating some courses, lectures, spreadsheets and posts on the subject, we decided to create a complete and objective ebook with 5 essential steps for those who want to have total control over their finance. With the Quick Cash Flow Guide you'll get an x-ray of your company's economic situation and, better than that, you'll know exactly what to do to leave it with a positive cash flow always.
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Here's the step-by-step guide you'll find in the Quick Cash Flow Guide:
- 1 Step - Creating and Using Your Chart of Accounts
Let's show you exactly what is and what is a chart of accounts, what are their main applications, practical examples and also a targeting for the number of levels you can use.
- Step 2 - Statement of Cash Flow vs Statement of Income for the Year
Understand the importance of viewing your financial statements by the cash and accrual regime. Know exactly what each thing is and what is the purpose of the joint analysis of these 2 statements.
- Step 3 - Payments and Receipts
Here's how to create a statement of accounts payable and another one of accounts receivable. In addition, we will also show you how to visualize your cash requirements and features such as default control via accounts receivable statement.
- 4 Step - Essential Indicators
Take control of the 5 key indicators we've selected and find out how to get a quick view of your numbers without having to look at your entire cash flow table. We will see indicators such as contribution margin, profitability index and EBITDA.
- 5 Step - How to Analyze with Graphs
Learn how to do 5 minutes weekly to always have insight into how your financial is. This is entirely possible with well organized charts and ready for this type of analysis.
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