This product is designed for Excel 2003/2007/2010.


The JaxWorks Cash Flow Analyzer™ is two systems in one. It 1) analyzes your cash flow and 2) creates a comprehensive financial analysis of your business. 

Cash flow is the amount of cash being received and paid by a business during a defined period of time.

In practical terms, the cash flow projections and the income statement projections are parallel tasks that are essentially prepared from the same data. They may be regarded almost as two sides of the same coin.

The income statement shows the owner/manager the income/loss based on the assumption that both sales income and the cost of making that sale are matched together in the same month.

The cash flow statement looks at the same transactions from the viewpoint that in reality the cost of the sale is incurred first (and paid for) and the income is received last, anywhere from one week to three months later.

Cash flows can be classified into:
- Operational cash flows: Cash received or expended as a result of the company's core
business activities.
- Investment cash flows: Cash received or expended through capital expenditure,
investments or acquisitions.
- Financing cash flows: Cash received or expended as a result of financial activities, such
as interests and dividends.

Benefits from using Cash flow
The cash flow statement is one of the four main financial statements of a company. The cash flow statement can be examined to determine the short-term sustainability of a company. If cash is increasing (and operational cash flow is positive), then a company will often be deemed to be healthy in the short-term. Increasing or stable cash balances suggest that a company is able to meet its cash needs, and remain solvent. This information cannot always be seen in the income statement or the balance sheet of a company. For instance, a company may be generating profit, but still have difficulty in remaining solvent.

Features:
The JaxWorks Cash Flow Analyzer™ is "Printer Ready". All sheets pre-formatted.
84 worksheets
Prints over 140 pages
Full open architecture allows you to customize to suit your needs.
Includes both Microsoft Excel 2003 and Microsoft Excel 2007 Versions
 

Microsoft Office Excel 2007 system requirements
To use Microsoft Office Excel 2007, you will need:
     1) Computer and processor 500 megahertz (MHz) processor or higher
     2) Memory 256 megabyte (MB) RAM or higher (1 Gig is recommended)
     3) Hard disk 1.5 gigabyte (GB)
     4) Drive CD-ROM or DVD drive
     5) Display 1024x768 or higher resolution monitor
     6) Operating system Microsoft Windows XP with Service Pack (SP) 2,
         Windows Server 2003 with SP1, or later operating system

Apple Minimum System Requirements:
Microsoft  (Apple) Office Excel 2008, Word 2008, and PowerPoint 2008 system requirements
To use Apple Microsoft Office 2008, you will need:
     1) A Mac computer with an Intel 500 MHz or faster processor
     2) Operating system Mac OS X version 10.4.9 or later
     3) 512 MB of RAM or more
     4) 1.5 GB of available hard disk space
     5) DVD drive
     6) 1024 x 768 or higher resolution-monitor
NOTE: Since Microsoft chose to drop VBA (Macros) in Apple Excel 2008, a good alternative is to use Boot Camp found in Mac OS X or a 3rd party virtual desktop program. This allows you to have Windows XP or Vista on your Mac desk top.

Microsoft Office Excel 2003 system requirements
To use Microsoft Office Excel 2003, you need:
     1) Computer and processor Personal computer with an Intel
         Pentium 233-MHz or faster processor (Pentium III recommended)
     2) Memory 128 megabytes (MB) of RAM or greater
     3) Hard disk 150 MB of available hard-disk space; optional installation files
         cache (recommended) requires an additional 200 MB of available
         hard-disk space
     4) Drive CD-ROM or DVD drive
     5) Display Super VGA (800 × 600) or higher-resolution monitor
     6) Operating system Microsoft Windows 2000 with Service Pack 3 (SP3),
         Windows XP, or later 


JaxWorks Cash Flow Analyzer™ Index

This index is in workbook order.

Cash Flow Analyzer Introduction
Master Data Entry
Cash Flow Data Entry
Cash Flow Process
Cash Flow Cycle
Cash Flow 4 Periods
Cash Flow 4 Periods Chart
Cash Flow 8 Periods
Cash Flow 8 Periods Chart
Data Chart
Asset Chart
Income Chart
Cash Flow Forecast Daily
Cash Flow Forecast Weekly
Twelve-month cash flow
Small Business Cash Flow
Small Biz Cash Flow Chart
Cash Flow Tracker
Cash Flow Tracker Chart
Cash Flow Sensitivity Analysis
Cash Flow Sensitivity AR
Cash Flow 12 Months
Cash Flow Forecast 12 Months
Cash Flow 4 Yrs Quarterly
Cash Flow 4 Yrs Quarterly (2)
Chart of Accounts
Trend Analysis
Dashboard
Cover Sheet
Executive Summary
Comp. Income Statement
Proforma Income
Comp. Balance Sheet
Proforma Balance
Forecast Analysis
Financial Summary
Snapshot
Logit Analysis
H-Factor
Springate
Optimal Performance
Payroll Analysis
Expense Analysis
Expense Budget
Sales vs. Expense
Breakdown of Costs
BE Adjusted
Breakeven 4 Periods
Breakeven Analysis
Breakeven Analysis (2)
Breakeven Analysis (3)
Breakeven Analysis (4)
Z-Score Explained
Z-Score Analysis (1)
Z-Score (1) Chart
Z-Score Analysis (2)
Z-Score (2) Chart
Z-Score Analysis (3)
Z-Score (3) Chart
Current Summary Chart
Sales Performance Chart
Total Expenses Chart
Materials Cost Chart
G&A Expenses Chart
Sales Projection Chart
Profit Chart
Ownership Chart
Labor Expenses Chart
Ratios Introduction
Current Ratio
Quick Ratio
Earnings Per Share
Gross Profit Margin
Net Profit Margin
Return on Assets
Return on Equity
Average Collection Period
Inventory Turnover Ratio
Debt Ratio
Equity Ratio
Times Interest Earned Ratio
Expanded Ratios
Copyright
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