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Old 12-05-2012, 01:24 PM
southern79 southern79 is offline
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Originally Posted by etwman View Post
Add: Cash, Accounts Receivables, Savings and come up with that total. If you are really a tracking machine you'll know to the dollar where you are at with each of your projects under construction with design/build. DON'T include in this client deposits on projects that you haven't started. Only include what you've done to date.

Delete: All payables, credit card balances, lines of credit, payroll for the week, etc. Long term liabilities (loans) do not need to be included in this. Just the next payment if its within 30 days out.
For the Add column: Cash in bank or Cash in check register? For the Delete column: Is this for the current week using estimated numbers ie. payroll and payables or for the previous week using actual numbers? How do you figure your payables...money paid but not cashed during the period or payables that are due and not paid yet? I figure that once you pick the numbers that you use, if you stay consistent, you will be able to manage the variations. Thanks for clarifying.
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