Learn how to set up and track your cash flows in QuickBooks Desktop with the Cash Flow hub.
Cash flow management can help your business succeed. Cash Flow Hub is a one stop solution to know the current cash status of your company. Maintain and improve your cash flow.
Step 1: Access Cash Flow Hub
Select Company, then select Cash Flow Hub.
You can also open the Cash Flow Hub from the shortcut sidebar on the home display.
Optional: Set up accounts
Many of the accounts in your chart of accounts appear here automatically.
Every business is different so you can select Manage accounts to add or remove accounts. Include accounts which play a vital role in your cash flow.
Note: You can see the current balances of your linked bank feeds accounts. We support Capital One bank and credit card, Discover bank and card, Chase (First USA, Bank One, CardMember Services), Bank of America, and many other banks that use Direct Connect.
Step 2: Use the Cash Flow Hub
Use the All accounts section to keep an eye on cash balances to improve business performance.
Contains all the ways your business gets cash like invoices, sales receipts, and other receivable payments transactions, including credit memos.
Transactions show as Paid or Upcoming. And each line item recommends action to maintain a good cash flow.
Shows business expenses like Paid and Upcoming vendor bills and payroll. Transactions also display recommended actions.
Cash Flow Trend
The cash flow trend chart summarizes your cash flow and shows the money coming in and going out of your business. The cash flow trend graphically represents your total bank balances in All Accounts. Hover over the nodes to see closing balances and the Money In/Out for the selected period.
Note: This uses the reconciled transactions recorded in QuickBooks and not online balances.
The cash flow chart uses historical reconciled QuickBooks data from your bank accounts which are part of the All accounts section in the cashflow hub.
The chart doesn’t include:
- Credit card transactions
- Multi Currency transactions
- Loan accounts
Note: If you remove an account from the All accounts list, its data won't appear on the chart anymore.