Top cash flow reports

UPDATED 21 July 2021

Sage Accounting has a wide range of reports to help you manage your business. Here we highlight some of the popular reports that help you with business insight, credit control and cash flow.

Aged debtors and creditors

These reports show the balance on customer or supplier accounts broken down by period. Here you can quickly see what balances are due and overdue.

You can find these under Essential Reports from the Reporting tab within Accounting.

Find out more about the Aged Debtors report or Aged Creditors report.

Cash Reports

The cash reports help you to better understand the financial position of your company. Manage your money, analyse your cash flow and plan ahead.

You can find these under Cash Reports from the Reporting tab within Accounting.

Find out more about the Cash Flow Forecast or Cash Flow Statement.

Day Book reports

Day Book reports show all transactions of a particular type within the date range you specify.

You can find the Sales Day Book and Purchase Day Book reports under Detailed Reports and the Receipts and Payments Day Book report under Cash Reports from the Reporting tab within Accounting.

Find out more about the Purchase Day Book report, Sales Day Book report or Receipts and Payments Day Book report.

Product profit reports

Check out these reports to help you analyse your profits by customer, product or service, or ledger account.

You can find these under Detailed Reports from the Reporting tab within Accounting.

Find out more about the Profit Analysis report, Sales Revenue - Products & Services report or Nominal Activity report.

Management reports

Management reports provide you with information about the current value of your business and its performance over a period of time. There are three main types of management report available, found under Essential Reports from the Reporting tab within Accounting.

Balance sheet reports - Show a snapshot of the worth of your business at a period in time, based on assets and liabilities.

Profit and loss reports - Show the performance of your business over a specified period of time, based on sales, purchases, expenses and overheads.

Trial balance reports - Show all the nominal account balances for the business up to a specified period.

Find out more about Accounting's Management reports.