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Cash Flow Series
How do you manage your cash flow?
What Is Cash Flow?
Your income after removing your expenses during a specific time period is referred to as cash flow.
This term is helpful for both individuals and businesses as it can clearly indicate what direction finances are heading. Most people will measure their personal cash flow on a monthly basis. They will look at how much they have made and how much they have spent. While this is a great way to manage your finances, some people may forget to budget yearly expenses, such as insurance or holiday spending. When those costs eventually come up, they may not have the funds available, making their finances cash flow negative. Getting your personal cash flow under control is a money management skill you will want to master. During the accumulation phase, cash flow management makes sure that your expenses are fewer than your inflows, leaving you with extra money to save and invest.
How to determine your cash flow
Anyone can determine their cash flow by creating a budget. All you need to do is write down your monthly income, including sources of passive income (Passive income is money generated from investments, rental properties, online services, and other ideas and gigs. Passive income streams don't require much work to maintain), and then subtract all your expenses. Instead of focusing on a single month, you may want to track your expenses for three months. You will have a much more accurate picture of where your money is going and how it contributes to your net worth.
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