Originally published: 19/03/2018 11:22
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Cashflow Timing - Spark Financial Model

This video covers Cashflow Timing (or working capital) and how to manage this within the model.

At times, customers or suppliers may not provide all required payment immediately upon the provision of goods or services. Examples of these are payments in advance or revenue received after you've provided the service. The model allows you to enter the number of months you expect the exchange of cash to lag behind the actual transaction. There is a section that allows you to specify the timing of cash flows for all revenue and expense items. You will notice that all your revenue and expense items have been brought into the one section. All you need to do is specify the number of months payments may be delayed.

Watch this video to hear an explanation of how you use the model to manage these cash flows.

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Length: 2 minutes 7 seconds

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