Winjit launches accurate cash flow projections and planning that is integrated with the accounting system, Winjit Technologies’ Cash flow projections allows you to analyze your receivables and payables as per reported by the accounting system. Based on the projections done, company would be able to plan out their action and help to manage their cash flow.
- Cash flow projection integrated with accounting system
- Easy planning of cash flow
- Graphical Representation of Cash flow
- Integrated with calendar
We had conduscted a small seminar on Tally 9 and Tackling Credit Crunch in Tally 9. We took teh approch to tackle various problems and available reports in standard tally 9 and how we can tackle them or advise our friends and clients to tackle this issue. There Might be better uses then what we have described but these are few examples.
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‘In a recession cash is king’. It is an old saying and not without some wisdom. For when a recession strikes then asset prices fall – shares, real estate, just about everything you can buy – and the person with cash in hand can take the advantage
- Set a budget at least six months ahead (Budget & Plan)
Monitor actual results against the budget and keep revising it – things change very fast these days and you need to be ready. Make sure you know your taxes, emergencies, insurance which you have to pay to avoid any last minute surprises. Avoid any defaults during these times as could risk your credit rating in longer term.
- Regular management accounts to monitor your cash flow (Manage & Monitor)
Be on the Top of your accounts rather than it being on top of you. Manage and Monitor on a regular basis, even if it requires having a part time book keeper if required. Monthly is essential, weekly is better, daily is best
- Check bank statements regularly and reconcile them. (Check & Validate)
Banks are managed by humans and they do make mistakes so keep an eye on the bank statements regularly to avoid any charges on your bank and control over the bank over draft. Overdraft is a critical and useful tool in such days.
- Negotiate longer credit terms with suppliers (Negotiate)
Even 7 days increases in your credit terms could affect you but be justified don’t put your suppliers out of business, and don’t jeopardize your own credit rating. Take all cash discounts if you have cash and for annual payments go in for monthly Installments instead of one time payments. .
- Make sensible use of credit cards (Credit Card Sensibility)
Credit card could be a good tool to get some extended credit for purchases but use them sensibly and ensure you plan in your cash flows so you do not have the burden of excessive interest. Never get in the cycle of Credit card finance as they are very costly.
- Stock is not cash, it’s only potential cash. (Manage Inventory)
Stock is not cash it is only cash when it is sold and you do not earn if you have it on your shelf or your warehouse. Manage and control Stock levels as it could be the biggest portion of your asset which you could control and reduce. Never stock if you get it cheap as the markets are well informed and networked now a days so everyone could have the information at the right time.
- Small Retail Sales should be in cash not Credit. (Cash Sales)
Small retails sales keep it always in cash no credit as there is a very cost for collection. So keep all small sales in cash to avoid any collection costs.
- Do not refuse sales to small customers. (Small Customers)
Small customer might just give you the ready cash and clear up your dead inventory. Never ignore the small customer could be ready cash for you as well as clearing of old inventory.
We have software / services and simple tools which will help you analyze your data and point you in the right direction.