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Many business owners are unsure how often they should forecast their financial future. The answer is that it depends on the needs of your business. Business forecasting often will make you more aware of potential risks and opportunities, as well as help you stay ahead of the game when it comes to budgeting for them. It also allows you to adjust your marketing strategy accordingly, which can be a lifesaver in slow periods or growing markets!
You may be wondering why you need to create a business budget for your small business. There are many reasons as to why this is necessary, but the two main reasons are that it provides a blueprint for success and an accurate measure of how we are performing on a year-by-year basis. The budgeting process also starts the cash flow forecast, which is an important piece of financial scenario planning for any company!
Running your business on a spreadsheet is hard. True insights will only be achieved if you can analyze current performance with a 3-way cash flow forecast.