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Simplified Monthly vs Annual Pricing Effects on Cash Flow
What is better for you in your SaaS Business, monthly or annual payment options?
This simple 12 month SaaS Financial model enables you to understand and observe the discrepancies in your company's Cash position if you decide to go ahead for a monthly or annual payment option, or simply a mix of both.
The excel files includes:
- a simplified assumption section
- a 12 month cash projection with monthly billing
- a 12 month cash projection with annual billing
- a 12 month cash projection with a mix of monthly and annual billing
- an analysis of the 3 options
- potential caveats and options to expand and adapt the model to fit your startup
You are welcome to contact us if you would like to model your business (or idea).
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- The Pinnacle Analysis Team
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