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									Cash Flow Projection (Beginning-of-Year Report)

The goal of the cash flow projection is to ensure that cash receipts adequately precede
expenditures throughout the year. This kind of planning is critical in start-up
organizations, which is why this document is required for institutions 0-5 years old, while
optional for others.

Below is a sample template for a one-year cash flow projection. A multi-year projection
simply continues where the one-year projection left off.

                                                                                          Totals
 1                                                      Jul-06   Aug-06   Sep-06   etc.   for Year
 2   Cash balance beginning of month
 3
 4   Cash receipts:
 5    Tuition and fees
 6    Contributions
 7    Grants
 8    Federation allocation
 9    Interest
10    Dividends
11   Total receipts [sum of lines 5-10]
12
13   Total cash available [line 2 plus line 11]
14
15   Cash disbursements:
16    Payroll
17    Benefits
18    Consultant fees
19    Rent or mortgage
20    Utilities
21    Capital improvements
22    Equipment, supplies, and materials
23    Insurance
24    Interest
25    Miscellaneous/contingency
26   Total disbursements [sum of lines 16-25]
27
     Cash balance (deficiency) end of month before
28   bank loans (repayments) [line 13 minus line 26]
29
30   Bank loans (repayments)
31
32   Cash balance end of month [line 28 plus line 30]




                                Prepared by Sorrel Paskin, CMA
         Partnership for Excellence in Jewish Education - www.peje.org

								
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