What is the Cash Flow report?

The Cash Flow report shows you exactly how much cash you have on hand with money entering and leaving your business. It includes all cash inflows and outflows, which are transactions that have impacted any Cash accounts in your books.
Accounting reports like the Cash Flow report are only available on Plus, Premium, and Select plans.

Access the Cash Flow Report

The Cash Flow Report can be accessed using these steps:
  1. Select the Reports section
  2. Then select Cash Flow under Accounting Reports.
To adjust your view of the Cash Flow report, select Filters under Settings. From there you can change:
Cash Flow report with filters to customize report.
  • Reset all - Select this link to restore the filters back to the default settings
  • Date Range - Choose from This Month, This Year, Last Year, This Quarter, Last Quarter, or Custom to enter a specific date range (or if you’ve changed your fiscal year end date, choose from the extra options)
  • Currency - Toggle between multiple currencies, only one currency can be viewed at a time


The Cash Flow report is broken down into several sections:
  • Starting Balance - Total starting amount in all Cash accounts at the start date of the report
  • Gross Cash Inflow - Total of all money-in transactions that impact any Cash accounts
  • Gross Cash Outflow - Total of all money-out transactions that impact any Cash accounts
  • Net Cash Change - Gross Cash Inflow less Gross Cash Outflow
  • Ending Balance - Starting Balance plus Net Cash Change, this is also the total ending amount in all Cash accounts at the end date of the report

Cash Inflow and Outflow

Below is a list of all types under each activity, export the report as a CSV to view a drilled down version with more details: 
  • Operating Activities
    • Sales
      • Invoice payments
      • Deposits
      • Prepayment and Overpayment Credits
      • Other Income
      • Checkout Links
      • Journal Entries
    • Expenses
      • Expenses (including Depreciation)
      • Bill Payments
      • Credit Card payments
      • Journal Entries
    • Sales Taxes
      • Sales Tax payable
      • Sales Tax paid
      • Journal Entries
  • Investing Activities
    • Property, Plant and Equipment
  • Financing Activities
    • Owner’s Equity
    • Opening Balance Adjustments
Note: Any Expenses categorized as depreciation will be included in the Cash Flow report. To exclude depreciation, have your accountant create a custom account for depreciation and use journal entries instead to record depreciation.
Additional options can also be accessed in the top right corner of the Cash Flow report:
  • More Actions
    • Export for Excel - Download the report as a CSV file
    • Print - Print the report or save the report as a PDF using the print dialog
  • Send... - Email the report to any specific email addresses