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The long-term cash flow forecast uses the DSO calculation and applies this to a forecast of future sales.
This hypothesis has been broken down into three subsidiary hypotheses to further investigate the detailed effect of specific variables on the cash flow forecast model.
Given the similarity of the cash flows of franchised operations, the banking syndicate manager can also develop accurate cash flow forecasts for syndicate members.
A cash flow forecast that allocates receipts and payments to months (or years) should be produced.
The simpler techniques are useful tools that allow contractors to achieve a quicker cash flow forecast with reasonable accuracy.
Business Link advisers can provide practical advice on managing cash flow and developing a cash flow forecast.
It should go on to identify the product or service on offer, the market research outlining the unique aspect of the offering and should include the financials, which is the price one gets or makes the product for, what it will sell for, a cash flow forecast, a balance sheet and profit and loss account (the financial forecast should show three year projections, but be careful not to be too optimistic) and the investment required, the return on investment and the exit strategy.
Start with the monthly cash flow forecast for the next 12 months, the weekly forecast for the next 13 weeks and the daily forecast for the next 30 days.
For example, it may not be appropriate to use a discounted cash flow model for valuing an investment in a start-up entity because there are no revenues on which to reliably base the cash flow forecast.
Whichever of these options you think might be best for your circumstances, I would recommend that you create a business plan and cash flow forecast in conjunction with your accountant and regularly review it to ensure that you are making the best of the limited resources available to you as running out of cash can very quickly destroy your business.
The price is right - you'll almost certainly want to go into your bank armed with a 12 month cash flow forecast. Make sure you have gathered as much evidence as possible to show that your sales projections are achievable, will cover all costs and that your pricing is realistic and sustainable.
Do this by comparing the cash flow forecast (every growing company should have one) against actual cash inflow and disbursements for several time periods.