Float – cash flow forecasting software

We are excited to announce that we have partnered with Float to offer a real-time cash flow forecasting solution.

Say goodbye to the complicated cash flow spreadsheet! Float is an award-winning cash flow forecasting software that integrates with Xero, Quickbooks and Free Agent to provide a real-time, visual view of your cash flow. Your accounts, transactions, invoices and bills are automatically imported into Float and the system projects your future cash flow.

With the furlough scheme coming to an end, tax debt accumulating and the economy officially in a recession, planning your finances is essential for business survival. Float takes the guesswork out of your cash flow and will empower you to make more confident decisions about your business. You will be able to identify upcoming shortfalls, any need for external funding and whether there is any cash available for future investment.

You can also build scenarios to understand the impact of your future plans, compare budgets vs actuals and update bills and invoices to when they are likely to be paid.

We are keen to support their clients through this difficult period and have an exclusive offer with Float to provide 2 months free access (with no obligations) and a reduced monthly licence fee thereafter.

As Float experts, we can support you in setting up Float within your business, preparing a cashflow forecast and building different scenarios.

If you’d like to find out more on how Float can help you in the future, you can sign up to our webinar on Tuesday 8th September here or contact me on 01462 687333 or m.pegram@uhy-uk.com.

Download the flyer below to find out more about this award-winning cash flow forecasting software.

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