Cash flow calculator

Our cash flow calculator can be used to estimate the amount of money coming in and going out of a business over a specific period. It typically takes into account income sources, expenses, investments, loans, and other financial transactions to determine the net cash flow.

Page written by AI. Reviewed internally on May 20, 2024.

Calculators

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This calculator is intended for illustration purposes only and exact payment terms should be agreed with a lender before taking out a loan.

Your results

Total cash at the beginning of period

$0

Total cash in

$0

Total cash out

$0

Cashflow

$0

Cash at the end of period

$0

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How to calculate cash flow

To use our cash flow calculator, you would input the following information:

  1. Income: Include all sources of income, such as sales revenue, rental income, interest earned, etc.

  2. Expenses: List all expenses, including operating expenses (such as rent, utilities, salaries), taxes, loan payments, etc.

  3. Investments: If applicable, include any investments or capital expenditures made during the period.

  4. Loans and Financing: Enter any loan payments or financing activities, including both principal and interest payments.

Once you’ve entered this information, the cash flow calculator will calculate the net cash flow for the period, showing whether there’s a surplus or deficit of cash. This can help businesses and individuals plan for future expenses, manage liquidity, and make informed financial decisions.

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