Direct Cash Flow Statement for all Industries

General overview

The direct cash flow template is a great tool when managing your firm’s finances, the template offers the owners and stakeholders the most accurate picture of the organization

Advantage of using the direct cash flow model

The template helps the company to keep operating during crises

Important tools for banks and creditors for financing purpose

Transparent statement, which can be helpful for investors and creditors

Accurate and more reliable template of tracking cash flow

Easy to read and understand because it is straightforward

The template can be used by non-financial or business owners

Clearly provide information about cash receipt and cash payment

Tells the reader whether the cash collection from customers are increasing or decreasing

Easy to customize it, and turn it into weekly cash projection or amend the forecasted period

The template is for all company size, small, medium and large organization

The template is suitable for all industries

In summary, the template is easy to prepare, easy to customize it, easy to read and understand and clearly showing future trends

Very simple to use, the user only needs to fill the green cells


  • Erase all the data in the green cells only
  • Input your data in the green cells only
  • Enter the opening cash balance in the “Cash Flow” sheet, column C, row 7, as beginning balance
  • Enter collections from the debtors (Row 12), cash sales (Row 23) in the “Trade Receivables” sheet
  • Enter payments to the creditors (Row 13 & 28), in the “Trade Payables” sheet
  • Enter the operating expenses payments details in the “Operating Expenses” sheet
  • Enter the payment details for fixed assets and the sales of fixed assets in the “CAPEX” sheet
  • Enter the inflow details from borrowing and repayments in the “Financing” sheet
  • Enter the interest payment and interest income details in the “Interest” sheet
  • Enter in the main sheet “Cash Flow” the other proceed (Row 10) , other Disbursement (Row 16), capital increase (Row 32) and dividends (Row 39)




The input will dynamically flow in the following below:

  • Cash flow from operating activity
  • Cash flow from investing activity
  • Cash flow from financing activity
  • Ending cash balance
  • Dashboard summary


Conclusion and customization

Highly versatile, very sophisticated financial template and friendly user

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