Cash Management Page
Knowing about your current cash position is just as important as your Balance Sheet and Income Statement; without maintaining a healthy cashflow, business expenses will begin to back up and cause hardships.
What is the Cash Management Page?
The Cash Management tab aims to provide insight into the relative cash flows of your business over time, as well as a Cash Runway tool to see your Cash Burn.
This tool is a group of scorecards for you to track your current cash position. In particular how much cash you currently have on hand (calculated by your Balance on Xero or QuickBooks Online, not the Statement) net of any Credit Card Liabilities, and your cash runway, or how long your cash will last if you maintain similar cash habits.
The bars represent cash in and out, while the line plots the net effect on cash for that given month. The insights found at the bottom of the page total current cash in your accounts less any credit card debt and provide a cash runway. Armed with this knowledge we aim for all clients to attack any cashflow issues quickly, before falling behind.
Filters/How to Use Page
The dates displayed can be altered using the defined ranges found at the top right hand side of the graph. Additionally, you can toggle between monthly and quarterly views for grouped data.
The Show/Hide last month's data, found in the top right hand corner of the graph, allows you to toggle the inclusion of the current month's data. You may want to toggle off if your data is currently incomplete.
Hovering over any of the data points will display the underlying numbers
Scrolling down below the graph you'll find a group of scorecards for you to track your current cash position. In particular how much cash you currently have on hand net of any Credit Card Liabilities, and your cash runway, or how long your cash will last if you maintain similar cash habits.