How do I create this report?
To do this task
Go to the Reports menu, choose Company & Financial.
Click Cash Flow Forecast.
This report helps you forecast how much cash you'll have by
projecting your cash inflows, cash disbursements, and bank account
balances on a week by week basis.
To see a list of the transactions that make up an amount,
double-click the amount.
Shows the customer payments you expect to receive, based on the
payment terms you recorded for each customer. The beginning balance
is the amount of past due customer payments as of the day before
the report start date.
Shows the bills you expect to pay, based on the payment terms
you recorded for each vendor. The beginning balance is the amount
of past due bills as of the day before the report start date.
Shows the expected changes to your bank account balances based
on payments and deposits postdated after the report start date. The
beginning balance is the sum of the balances in all your bank
accounts as of the day before the report start date.
Shows your projected net cash inflow for each week. QuickBooks
calculates net inflow from the amounts in the Accnts Receivable,
Accnts Payable, and Bank Accnts columns.
Shows the balance of all bank accounts if all unpaid invoices
and bills were paid on time.
The report shows projected cash flow for the next
four weeks. To change the forecast period, click the Dates drop-down list and choose a different date range.
By default, the report forecasts cash flow on a week by week
To change the period to days, months, or another preset
interval, click the Periods drop-down list and choose the interval.
Delay receipts for late customer payments
By default, the accounts receivable forecast assumes that all
customers will pay their open balances on time.
To see how your cash inflows from accounts receivable will be
affected if your customers are late with their payments, enter the
number of days by which payments will be delayed in the Delay
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