How to control the flow of money in business: Cash Flow in Finmap.

In this guide, we will describe the Cash Flow report, which shows the money movement in and out of your business. It will show you how much money came into your business, where it came from, and how much you spent. Everything during the reporting period: a prepayment for goods, customer debt for services, credit, investments, or loan repayment.

The first thing we see in the Cash Flow report is a graphical representation of the data.

If you hover over the diagrams for the previous month, you will see the inflows, outflows, and balance specifically for that month.

If you hover over the diagrams for the current month, you will see amounts for actual and future inflows and outflows, with current or future balances.

Below the report, we see pie charts.

If you select filtered data by counterparties, you can view information about your counterparties. Hover over a specific sector of the chart to see detailed information.

Click on a specific sector to view information about a particular counterparty and run back.

You can turn off future payments and view information only for actual amounts from the chart view:

Below are bar charts showing inflows and outflows by counterparties, categories, or projects, depending on the parameters set for viewing the information.

At the bottom of the Cash Flow report, you can see a list of all payments included in this report.

Click on the toggle to see the data displayed in tabular form.

Here, we see data in numerical values for each month, such as the total inflows, outflows, and net cash flow.

In the table view, you can filter data by time range, categories, counterparties or projects to include or exclude future payments.

Use the advanced filter to select the necessary information for analysis.

You can also download your data from the “Money” report to your device. There is a special button for this.

If you export data from the table view, you will get the information from the screen.

Exporting data from the graphical view, you will get your transactions list.

In the table view of the data, we can see the balances at the beginning and end of the month and the net cash flow.

Free cash flow is the difference between inflows and outflows, that is, the balance.

To view detailed information on incomes and expenses, click on this indicator. Click on a specific cell with the amount to see payment details.

We should note that the “Money” report includes some system categories not included in the “Profit” report. 

These income categories include Investments, Loan repayment, and the Received credit.

And categories of expenses: Dividends, Loan granted, and Credit repayment, Taxes, Salary.

The above categories are, in fact, only a movement of funds that does not affect your company’s profits. 

If you have an account in a currency that differs from your company’s, payments for this account in the “Money” report will be listed according to the company’s default currency exchange rate or the rate set in the transaction.

If you open this transaction, you can see this transaction rate.