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Float for accountants and bookkeepers


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Andrew Kidd
Float is the app that turns Xero from being a powerful financial recording tool into a dynamic business satnav!
Andrew Kidd, Certainty Management

Forecasting

Bring your accounting data to life.

Monthly

Get the big picture and view exactly what your cashflow will look like in several months or even longer. Green bars are cash in and red bars are cash out, while the blue line represents your bank balance.

These indicate how close you are to meeting your sales goals and how much budget you have left for each month. Use them to compare your cashflow across time and to help you stay on track for the long haul.

Forecasting graph

Daily

Take a magnifying glass to your cashflow. See on a daily level what bills, invoices and budgets are scheduled and how they interact to form your forecast. Each small dot represents a day and its available funds.

Here you can test what works best for your business by using 'what if analyses'. Simply change expected dates on critical bills or invoices to see how they affect your cashflow, that way you can stay out of the red. 

Forecasting graph

Get detailed

Drill down to find out when and where your cash is going.

  • Click into any cell in the cashflow chart to view all the crucial details and to set budgets.
  • Get a snapshot of what hasn't been paid, where cash is coming and going and when.
  • Budget bars fill up as bills and invoices come in, allowing you to check them quickly.
Getting detailed

Budgeting

Create a plan for how you intend to spend your cash.

Budgetting
  • Think of budgets as placeholders for future spending
  • Check your progress as the month goes on
  • Write quick notes so you remember why you set them
  • Set budgets to stay on track and in control. They show up visually as bars on your cashflow chart to show how your actuals are measuring up against them
  • Think of budgets as placeholders for future spending
  • Check your progress as the month goes on
Budgetting
  • Write quick notes so you remember why you set them
  • Set budgets to stay on track and in control. They show up visually as bars on your cashflow chart to show how your actuals are measuring up against them

Exporting & Reporting

Powerful visuals to present your cashflow

  • Create beautiful PDF reports of your forecast
  • Use them to impress investors and board members
  • Work with your bank or accountant to plan spending
Exporting and reporting

Create Scenarios

Know your cashflow trajectory by experimenting with scenarios

Potential business

Test how an increase in sales would affect your forecast

Unexpected cost

Plan for the costs that hit when you least expect it

Seasonal Planning

Prepare for seasonal fluctuations so you know what to expect

Scenario graph
Sophie Davies-Patrick
My favourite thing about Float is that I can model different scenarios: I can look at the impact of how various spending decisions, or potential new business will play out in the medium term.
Sophie Davies-Patrick, Clearleft

Sync up

Connect your accounting software

Float integrates with Xero, QBO and FreeAgent
  • Float integrates with Xero, FreeAgent and Quickbooks Online
  • Import your data and get straight to the insights
  • Get an updated forecast each day