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Unlock Your Cashflow
Discover the Power of Nudging Your Cashflow Levers in the Right Direction
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Before you start:
From your most recent annual accounts or rolling 12 month period management accounts, enter the information requested below. If you don't have annual financial data, make sure you change the period duration to obtain accurate results. Periods shorter than 3 months may not be reliable.
How many months does the current data cover?
Enter your overheads (fixed costs) for the period
From your balance sheet, enter the trade debtors - how much customers owe you.
Inventory / WIP
From your balance sheet, enter the value for stock/inventory.
From your balance sheet, enter the trade creditors - how much you owe suppliers.
Enter the total sales for the period
Cost of Goods / Services Sold
Enter the direct costs of selling your goods/services
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Improve Your Cashflow
Pull the Seven Levers to Improve your Cashflow
To explore the most effective way to improve your cashflow, enter your name and email address to receive your instruction manual.
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Toggle the values in the left hand column to calculate the cashflow improvements that are possible.
Total Cashflow Improvement
Gross Profit Margin
Average time it takes your customers to pay
Net Profit Margin
Average number of days stock you hold
Working capital required per £100 turnover
Average number of days it takes you to pay your suppliers
The difference between when you pay your suppliers for goods and when you get paid by your customers. The larger the gap, the worse your cashflow is and the harder it will be to manage cashflow as you grow.
Increase Sales Volume (%)
Reduce Cost of Goods/Services Sold (%)
Reduce Overheads (%)
Increase Prices (%)
Reduce Accounts Receivable (days)
Reduce Inventory (days)
Increase Accounts Payables (days)
Receive Your Cashflow Improvement Report
Click submit to receive your complete cashflow improvement report by email.