What is Net Cash Flow / Gross Cash Flow Payments in Revenue Story?

Modified on: Mon, 27 Sep, 2021 at 5:49 PM

Net cashflow is the net of gross cash flow and refunds during a specific period whereas Gross cashflow is the total value of payments received against recurring and non-recurring invoices during a specific period.


Net cashflow


Formula
Net Cashflow = Total successful Payments - Total successful Refunds



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Interpretation


Net cash flow is the difference between total cash inflows and outflows over a given time period.


Gross cashflow


The sum of recurring and non-recurring payments received during a specific period. Only successful transactions are included.


Formula
Gross Cashflow = Total of successful payments received during the period.



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Interpretation

The sum of your recurring and non-recurring cash flows for a specific period. A decrease could be because of lower revenue or inefficient collections mechanism. Look at this in conjunction with your total revenue and outstanding receivables for the period.


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