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It’s no secret that cash-flow projections are essential to effectively managing cash flow, providing you with the financial foresight you need to make more profitable business decisions. Even businesses that are not distressed find themselves struggling to sync their bill payment with incoming customer payments to remain in a favorable cash position. But those businesses can help to manage this challenge with a quick cash-flow projection:
Last, but not least, the projections should be updated monthly, at a minimum, and should be compared to the actual to test the assumptions you have used in your projection so they can be changed accordingly.
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