Funds Flow

All balance sheet accounts have at least one related account — Funds Flow (.01).

Funds Flow accounts measures change in the related Balance Sheet account from one period to the next. Funds Flow accounts drive the Cash Flow Reports and the Funds Flow Statement.

Related Funds Flow accounts are automatically calculated in historical periods by subtracting the Balance Sheet amount in the prior period from the current period.

AccountActivityValue Change

v2020.00.000

Accounts Receivable (current)

$675

v2020.00.000

Accounts Receivable (prior)

minus (-) 525

v2020.01.000

Change in Accounts Receivable

= $150

In forecast periods, you may forecast the ending Balance Sheet amount (.0 account) or the Funds Flow amount (.1 account). Whichever you select, the other is calculated based on the forecasted account's output.