Viewing Cash Flow Projection Statement in Tally.ERP 9
· Go to Gateway of Tally>Cash/Funds Flow>Cash Flow Projection.
Note: The default home page of ‘Cash Flow Projection’ shows cash projected in columns on a monthly basis.
There are three sections in the home page – Current Balance, Receivables and Payables. Each section displays the total amount for each columnar period. You can also switch to detailed view of the statement by pressing ‘Alt+F1’ as shown below:
Tally.ERP 9 also offers various flexible options in the Cash Flow Projection statement to meet different user requirements. One useful option is ‘Set OD Limit’ which allows setting overdraft limit to each of your ‘Bank OD A/cs’ directly from the statement. Based on the OD limit specified, the system will auto-calculate and display the overall current balance so that the user can get the complete view of the same.
Managing the Cash Flow Projection
You can arrange columns on different periodic basis by pressing ‘Alt+N’ on the Cash Flow Projection Statement screen and select the required option.
Tally.ERP 9 also allows users to include various data in the statement like ‘Cash Account’, ‘Overdues’ etc. These options can be enabled from ‘F12: Configurations’ as shown in the following image:
Including Scenarios in the Cash
Flow Projection Statement
One of the remarkable features in Cash Flow Projection statement is the ‘Include Scenarios’ option. Scenario is a predicted sequence of circumstances which may or may not occur, but if it occurs, it will have impact on the business. These can be included in the statement without affecting the Books of Accounts, and they help a business to see that if such a situation arises how much impact will they have on the business. This way, users can get the cash projection of the company based on their business requirements apart from the default cash projection. To include scenarios, go to Configurations screen by pressing ‘F12’ , set ‘Yes’ to ‘Include Scenarios’ and save.
Tally.ERP 9 has made the Cash Flow Projection statement exceptionally flexible to fit different users’ requirements by providing various unique functions and features in addition to the standard statement.