liquidity planning definition

 

 

 

The liquidity planning is part of the near-term finance planning with the task of the exact, daily coordination between in- and out-payments. Thus exists at the liquidity planning intersections to the success, investment, production and storage planning. So the liquidity planning creates through the predicted values of the different company department a medium-dated framework.

Through this plan the expected cash flows are detected to plan exactly the revenues and the expenses. The liquidity planning focuses on the avoidance of last-minute deficits as well as liquidity surpluses.


To achieve this target the following measurements can be taken:

- Modification of the payment terms for the customers as well as with the suppliers

- Glitch of not absolutely necessary spendings/ investments

- Lift of the bank line for working fund, file of loan applications

 

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The liquidity planning is part of the near-term finance planning with the task of the exact, daily coordination between in- and out-payments. Thus exists at the liquidity planning intersections to the success, investment, production and storage planning. So the liquidity planning creates through the predicted values of the different company department a medium-dated framework. Through this plan the expected cash flows are detected to plan exactly the revenues and the expenses. The liquidity planning focuses on the avoidance of last-minute deficits as well as liquidity surpluses.


To achieve this target the following measurements can be taken:

- Modification of the payment terms for the customers as well as with the suppliers

- Glitch of not absolutely necessary spendings/ investments

- Lift of the bank line for working fund, file of loan applications