Calculating liquidity

At the heart of any financial planning lies the accurate calculation of liquidity, which indicates whether a company can meet its payment obligations on time or not. Such calculations can be used to determine exactly which payments are due when.

Yet setting off costs against revenue is not enough. Precise liquidity planning requires recording all cash flows, i.e. all ingoing and outgoing payments.

Even the best business endeavor with the greatest prospects of profit can come to an early end if it is no longer able to service its liabilities. A liquidity bottleneck must therefore be prevented at all costs.

Preventing such bottlenecks and thereby securing the future of your company lies at the center of our liquidity calculations. By employing this strategy, we can help you gain an overview of your company's economic success at all times and react to impending liquidity problems in a quick and appropriate manner.