Chart: Net Cash Flow

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Net Cash Flow charts the total cash you receive from paid invoices offset by refunds.

TL;DR

Net Cash Flow charts total cash received from paid invoices, offset by refunds. Transaction fees are not deducted. Manual customers do not contribute to the chart.

Chart Notes

Calculation

ChartMogul calculates Net Cash Flow as total cash received from paid invoices offset by refunds.

Chart Data

The Chart Data table for Net Cash Flow works differently than other charts. It provides the following breakdown (depending on your billing system):

  • Gross Subscription Revenue — Total transaction amount for subscriptions before discounts. Taxes may be included. Learn more.
  • Non-Recurring Cash Flow — Total transaction amount for non-subscription (i.e., non-recurring) items before discounts. Taxes may be included. Learn more.
  • Discounts — Total amount of discounts.
  • Taxes (Excluded) — Total sales tax/VAT amount specified separately on an invoice. Learn more.
  • Taxes (Included) — Total sales tax/VAT amount included in Gross Subscription Revenue or Non-Recurring Cash Flow.
  • Transaction Fees — Total transaction fees. Learn more.
  • Transaction Fees (Excluded) — Total transaction fees specified separately on an invoice.
  • Balance — The balance of credits issued and/or applied to customers in the period. Positive amounts are credits issued. Negative amounts are credits applied or used as payment.
  • Credit — Total amount of credits issued to customers.
  • Voided Transactions — Total transaction amount from void transactions.
  • Gross Cash Flow — The sum of Gross Subscription Revenue, Non-Recurring Cash Flow, Taxes (Excluded), Transaction Fees (Excluded), and Balance, offset by Discounts and Credit. Not offset by Taxes (Included), Refunds, Transaction Fees, or Voided Transactions.
  • Refunds — Total transaction amount from successful transactions where cash has been returned to the customer, and the amount has been applied to an invoice.
  • Net Cash FlowGross Cash Flow minus Refunds.
  • Change — The increase or decrease in Net Cash Flow from the previous period, shown as a percentage.

Select any cell to see the list of transactions behind the number.

Download all paid invoices for the period by clicking Detailed Export (CSV) above Chart Data. Learn more.

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