A cash flow statement is a helpful tool in visualizing where and when cash is coming in or going out. This Cash Flow Forecasting and Financial Planning Template is an excel workbook that contains pre-calculated cells to automatically sum totals and simplify the financial planning process by eliminating the need to re-enter repetitive information.

Date: 2018/09/29

This Cash Flow Template is a simple excel file that allows you to forecast your cash flow.

Date: 2018/09/19

A cash flow projection reflects factors such as terms extended to customers, supplier terms, seasonal variations, and other factors that influence when cash will actually come.  A break-even analysis examines the interaction of fixed costs, variable costs, price, and unit volume to help you determine what combination of elements is necessary to break even. It […]

Date: 2015/10/29

Report by RBC Economics, 17 October 2013 Recognizing the high contributions of small and medium sized businesses to economic activity in Canada, RBC Economics assessed trends in the economic activity of small and medium sized businesses with a focus on majority women-owned firms. The report estimated that a 10% increase in the number of female […]

Date: 2013/10/17

Report by Ernst & Young and the Kauffman Foundation, 2013 EY and the Kauffman Foundation conducted an analysis of the characteristics of high-impact entrepreneurs. One of the subsets they focused on was women entrepreneurs from their pool of applicants for Entrepreneur of the Year. High-impact women entrepreneurs were able to spot niche opportunities in their […]

Date: 2013/05/30

One of the keys to business success is the ability to interpret financial statements and make good decisions based on the information. In fact, a primary cause of business failure is poor financial management, including the misinterpretation of financial statements and inappropriate action taken as a result. This guide will help you understand basic financial […]

Date: 2011/10/13

Even if you use a bookkeeper and/or accountant, it is imperative that you understand the financial side of your business. This introductory-level guide takes you through practical exercises to help you understand the type of information financial statements provide. After completing the workbook you will be able to: read balance sheets, income statements and cash […]

Date: 2011/10/13