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The vast majority of time, this will be equal to zero. It has been included at the bottom of the cash flow to point out anytime the ending cash balance directly from the financial institution(s) is different than the calculations from the individual transactions.
Organization established as a separate entity in order to record transactions associated with a certain business separately from those of its owners or other businesses.
Cash Flow Outlook (CFO) is a product which provides real-time cash flow forecasts for a company. The uniqueness is in connecting to and retrieving data directly from financial accounts. Furthermore, for optimal interpretation and utilization, the historical information and forecasts are displayed in an easy-to-see unified view. Forecasts and historical data can be for several years and across multiple financial accounts.
A person or company that receives a service from an organization in return for payment.
The amount of money coming into the account.
The amount of money going out of the account.
Corresponds to a financial institution. Within each one, there can be multiple accounts such as checking, savings, and credit card. Multiple financial accounts can be linked to one user account.
Financial data corresponding to the details of each occurrence of an addition to or deduction from a financial account. This is the source of information for cash flow.
Pertains to the user name, email address, other user information, and settings at the individual level. The two types of user accounts are standard user account and admin. Admins have additional functionality such as adding users, determining users’ permission levels, and password requirements for all users in their company.