Cashflow Plan is a range of software packages
for preparing monthly cash flow forecasts (with projected
income statements, balance sheets and ratios) for 12 months ahead
for young & established businesses of all sizes and types.
It incorporates a roll-forward facility to speedily update
the projections every month. Use it for business plans, cashflow
planning and management, budgeting, fund raising etc. Cashflow
Plan runs as a powerful, easy-to-use template with Excel (versions
5, 7, 8, 95, 97, 2000, XP, 2003, 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016) using Windows (95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/Vista/Win7,8,10).
Save time and money and add substantial business, financial and
spreadsheet know-how to your cashflow
planning - check the benefits of using
Cashflow Plan or get more details and
free trial downloads. For multi-year
projections, see Exl-Plan.
The table below contains links to sample output (reports, charts,
schedules, tools etc.) as web pages and Acrobat
documents (PDF) for
all five versions of Cashflow Plan to help you identify the most appropriate
version to download for "live" evaluation.
This output uses US/Canadian formats (UK/International formats are also
available). It is presented in the following sequence when reading from
left to right for the web
pages, and from top
to bottom for the Acrobat documents:
Monthly assumption reports*
Monthly output reports* and charts
Various tools, facilities and additional reports.
* You enter assumptions within the unprotected,
boxed-in, cream areas (all other cells contain protected formulae).
Cashflow Plan will suit virtually all types of manufacturing, distribution
and service businesses. Ignore assumptions boxes that are not relevant
to your type of business and Cashflow Plan will automatically supress
the printing of these rows in its output reports.
Quick Guide to Cashflow Plan Versions
The web pages will open in a new window - allow a few moments for them
to load. Use the tabs at the bottom to move between reports.
To see more tabs, click the >> and > arrows at the bottom left
corner of the page (Internet Explorer) or move the slider along bottom
of page (Navigator). Use vertical or horizontal scroll bars to
explore large pages (they are best viewed with high resolution screen
settings). Note that on-page buttons are not operational.