Cash Flow Projection

Known as cash flow forecasting, is one of the most important parts of running a business. It is the process of estimating how much money is going into and out of your business.

Estimate Your Business Performance

Having an educated estimate of your business’ performance for the next 6–12 months can help you make the right entrepreneurial decisions. And in the process, it can put you in a position to prosper.

Cash Flow Statement Analysis

Our professional accountants can help you find out what your current business cash flow is and where it is expected to be in the future. The first step is to calculate the cash inflow after deductions. Then one of our team members will be able to provide you with a cash flow statement analysis. This will allow you to plan for future business decisions such as hiring another employee or increasing supplies.

Cash Flow Manager

We can help your business prepare a cash flow statement or analyze the one that you already have. After our expert eyes have looked over everything, we will offer you further advice on how to manage and even increase your cash flow.

What Are Cash Inflows?

Cash inflows are different depending on your business, location, and size. Here are some common examples of cash inflows:

  • Government grants
  • Loan repayment
  • Royalties
  • Tax refunds
  • Investors


Hiring an accountant to monitor your cash flow is one of the best ways to ensure accurate cash flow projection. A good accountant is professional, knowledgeable, and capable of providing up-to-date account forecasts. At MT Accounting Services LLC, we stay up to date with our clients’ finances so that we provide sound advice and guidance. We make sure that your debts are being paid and give you a realistic prediction of where your business is heading. This will allow you to make important changes so that you stay solvent and can thrive in your industry.

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What Are Cash Outflows?

Cash outflows also vary per business. Here are some common examples of cash outflows:

  • Bank fees and loans
  • Rent and mortgages
  • Payments to owners
  • New assets
  • Repairs

Our Cash Flow Forecast Services

Here are a few tips that can help you prepare for cash flow projection:

  • Stay Organized with Invoices

Invoice organization is crucial to maintaining accurate cash flow projections. The process can be made significantly easier using an accounting software that has been modified custom for your business needs. Luckily, MT Accounting Services LLC also offers accounting services and training in software programs.

  • Spread Out Payments on Business Expenses and Loans

Spreading out your payments can allow you to have those extra funds available in case of emergencies. Most due dates are on the first of the month, adding considerable strain on the budget to meet those deadlines. Many of these payments and contracts can be renegotiated to better suit your budget and cash inflow. At MT Accounting Services LLC, we can help you navigate these deadlines to ensure a consistent outflow and inflow of cash.