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ACA Employer Compliance Issues-The importance of cash flow and how to forecast cash flow

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Deadline: April 06, 2017 | Date: April 06, 2017

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Updated: 2017-03-09 16:27:58 (GMT+9)

Call For Papers - CFP

Why is the Statement of Cash Flows so important and what will you learn from analyzing it. In this session you will learn about the three parts of the Statement of Cash Flows and we will break each one down accordingly. You will understand that a company can show their sales increasing every year and also show they are making profits. However, if they cannot generate cash flow from their daily operations they will go BANKRUPT. You will also learn a method of how to forecast cash each month for your company and learn to forecast your number within 5% each month.

Why Should You Attend

If you are making loan decisions for your company, extending credit to customers, buying your own stocks in companies or even looking for employment, learning how to read a Statement of Cash flows will benefit each of you. If you are an owner of a company and are more sales orientated then hearing this session will help you understand that increasing sales and profits each year is important but so is generating cash from operations.

Areas Covered in this Webinar

Why cash is important

How to determine if your company or a company you are interested in buying or selling to is generating cash through operations.

Showing through examples what happens if your company does not generate cash.

Breaking down both the Income Statement and Balance Sheet to determine if cash is being generated.

How to work with a company that is not generating cash yet they still would like to obtain credit from you, or a loan.

A proven method of how to predict your monthly cash flow and be within 5% a month.

Learning Objectives

Understanding the importance of generating cash flow

Looking at what can happen to a company that does not generate cash

Learning how to analyze the Statement of Cash Flows

Learn how to forecast cash on a monthly basis for your company and be accurate

Understand the difference between a source of cash and a use of cash

Understand where each cash transaction is placed on the Statement of Cash Flows

Who Will Benefit

- Bankers

- Credit managers

- Credit Analysts

- People working in FP&A

- Small business owners

- General Managers

- Attorneys

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