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Cash Flow Projections

  • Marina Guzik


Cash projection is the most important treasury macromanagement tool. It is a dynamic report that extends into the future covering the time frame within the limits that should make sense for a particular business. The report’s main purposes are
  1. 1.

    to provide you with a clear vision of whether the company will be able to meet its cash demands at any given point within the time scope of the forecast; and

  2. 2.

    to prompt you to take appropriate long-term (liquidity management) and short-term (borrowing and disbursements administration) actions ensuring that these demands are satisfied. Generally speaking, these objectives are achieved through the accurate assessment of two basic cash movements: inflows and outflows.



Cash Flow Credit Line Credit Term Cash Inflow Credit Relationship 
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