The corporate financing plan presents the expected evolution of the accounts relative to the origin of third party and own capital.
With Banana Accounting, thanks to the forecasting with the double-entry method, you can track what the evolution of assets will be over time. You generate comprehensive forecasts, which you can organize in different ways. The program also calculates forecasts over several years.
The structure of the accounts is identical to the one used for accounting. When printing, you can indicate whether to select which values to display, the final ones only, the forecasted ones or both together.
Income statement forecasts are also available, so you can display the evolution of depreciation and interest. When a budget movement is changed, the forecasts are immediately updated. You can run simulations, assign a payment, add an investment, change sales and see how asset accounts evolve.
The formulas allow you to automate calculation of depreciation and interest. When you increase an investment, the income statement will also be instantly be updated. Formulas are particularly useful when making forecasts over multiple years.
Chart of Accounts
In the Budget column of the Chart of Accounts the forecast values for all accounts and balance groups are displayed, and therefore, also for all those relating to investments. With a glance you get an instant view of the values referring to the accounting period.
If you require more investment details, you may add accounts or groups.
If you view the Graphs window, positioning the cursor on an account or a group you will see the graph of the evolution of the corporate finances
If you click on the Current, Previous or Estimate caption, you can hide the graph.
Account card with estimate data
Using Account card command you have the opportunity to see in detail, day by day, The evolution for each asset and on the depreciation accounts. You can see all the movements that have an impact on investments.
The Account card command allows you to specify if you want to see current or budgeted movements.
- Select budget movements.
- Set the period
If you indicate a period that exceed the accounting period, the program will automatically generate Forecasts over several years.
- If you indicate a group, you will see the movements of all the accounts belonging to that group.
- When you are in the Budget table, you can access the account card with a click on the icon next to the account.
Enhanced Balance sheet with groups
Through Enhanced Balance Sheet with groups you may select to work with values subdivided by column per period. In this way you can see the evolution of liquidity by day, week, month, quarter, semester, year, etc.
- In Columns section indicate that you wish to view the Budget values.
- In Sections you can select the accounts or groups you want to include in the printout.
You may select to display the asset and depreciation accounts only.
- Set up the Period.
If a period that exceeds the accounting period, is indicated, the program will automatically switch to budgeting over several years.
- Indicate the subdivision by period required.
- If you think you're use this print setting again, create a Composition.
The Accounting Report is similar to the one for Enhanced balance sheet with groups, with the difference that the display takes place in the Accounts table in columns.
You can therefore use it to get an instant view of the evolution of liquidity accounts.