Example: Set up, calculate, and view a cash flow forecast for a sales account [AX 2012]

Updated: October 17, 2012

Applies To: Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R2, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Feature Pack, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012

Use the Set up cash flow forecasts form to set up main accounts or budget accounts that are used in cash flow forecasts. In the cash flow forecast, future transactions are estimated based on information that is already registered, such as invoices that are not yet paid, expected sales tax payments, and budget register entries.

This example describes how to set up, calculate, and view a cash flow forecast for a sales account.

  1. Click General ledger > Setup > Chart of accounts > Chart of accounts. Select a chart of accounts. Select a main account that has a main account type of Asset and then click Edit on the Main accounts tab. Select Companies in the Select the level of main account to display field and select a legal entity. On the Setup tab, click Cash flow forecast.

  2. In the Percent field, enter 100.

  3. In the Terms of payment field, select the terms of payment.

  4. In the Main account field, select the cash account to which the sales account is linked for the cash flow forecast.

  5. Close the Set up cash flow forecasts form.

  6. Click Accounts receivable > Common > Sales orders > All sales orders.

  7. Create a sales order of 1,000 for a customer whose Terms of payment field value is the same as in step 3.

  8. Calculate the cash flow forecast. (Click General ledger > Periodic > Currency requirement > Calculate cash flow forecasts.) For more information, see Calculate, view, and print a cash flow forecast.

  9. Click General ledger > Common > Main accounts.

  10. Select the cash account that you selected in step 4.

  11. On the Action Pane, in the Related information group, click Cash flow forecasts.


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