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Put cash flow at the heart of your business so that you can easily understand your cash position tomorrow, next week, or next month.
Easily build your QuickBooks cash flow forecast.Try Float for free
QuickBooks Online’s most popular operational cash flow forecasting add on
Float seamlessly integrates with QuickBooks Online to give you a powerful, easy-to-use tool that offers a detailed view of your future bank balance. The Float app automatically syncs with QBO and keeps your forecast up-to-date with a live, rolling picture of your cash that never goes out of date. Which means you can spend more time planning for the future and less time worrying about your finances. Build your QuickBooks cash flow forecast in minutes, and save hours every week.
Join thousands of QuickBooks Online users already using Float and use it to:
- Understand your future bank balance
- Create scenarios to model short and long-term cash flow
- Track budget vs actual performance and get a detailed understanding of how your business is operating
- Set budgets for cash that’s not yet in QBO and manage expected payment dates on invoices and bills
- Trace each transaction back to its bill or invoice and get a granular view of incomings and outgoings
Float software is designed to integrate seamlessly with QuickBooks Online, and getting it set up is fast and easy. Simply connect Float to QuickBooks, set your budgets, and then let Float do the rest to keep your forecast up to date with bills, invoices, and actuals. Float reads the expected payment dates on your bills and invoices as they come in and uses those dates to project when cash will move in and out of your business. Once the money moves and you’ve matched your transactions in QuickBooks, your cash flow forecast will be updated with actuals.
Float automatically imports your QBO data every 24 hours, updating forecasts with payments that are due and ones you’ve paid. You can also run a real-time import if you know that QuickBooks Online has just been updated.
In terms of cash flow forecasting, QuickBooks offers a basic tool to forecast with. However, if you want to create a detailed forecast that’s going to help you to make important business decisions, you need to go with an add on like Float to get a fuller picture. From exportable insights to scenario planning, Float gives you an accurate, real-time view of your cash position now and in the future.