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Starting from version 2.2.132, Billing Extension introduces cash flow statement for WHMCS. You can finally estimate the amount of money going in and out of your business. Cash flow projections cover a 5-year period helping to determine the return needed on investments and savings to meet the goals over a given period of time. Billing Extension is capable of tracking the following operations: Operating activities (FCFO) Beginning year cash Cash recepits from Customers Other sources Cash paid for Inventory purchases General operating and administrative expenses Transaction fees Refunds and payouts Wage expenses Interest VAT Income tax Investing activities (FCFF) Cash recepits from Sale of property and equipment Collection of principal on loans Sale of investment securities Cash paid for Purchase of property and equipment Making loans to other entities Purchase of investment securities Financing activities (FCFE) Cash recepits from Issuance of stock Borrowing Cash paid for Repurchase of stock (buy-back) Repayment of loans Dividends For systems selling in multiple currencies, the module takes into account historical exchange rates. This way every transaction keeps its original value safe from currecy fluctuations. You can manually enter any kind of inflow and outflow of money such as office rental, electrical bill, stationary, accounting expenses, purchase of new computers and selling of old ones etc. For every entry you can make use of the following options: Start date / fiscal year End date (optional) Recurring cycle. It can be one time or every X days, weeks, months or years Depreciation to divide the cost of an equipment by the number of years in the asset's useful lifespan As for the rest, Billing Extension automatically determines and figures out projections on a daily basis with WHMCS daily cron job (there's an option to refresh statistics on demand). Calculations are 100% accurate. Let us give you an example. Domain registration Registration period 2 years Recurring amount 20 euro That's not 10 euro per year but 20 euro right now and nothing next year. Let's see another example: Product/Service Billing cycle Monthly Recurring amount 10 euro Ordered on 1st Dec That's not 10 euro x 12 months but 10 euro for 2020 and 120 euro for 2021 as long as the product is renewed. Below you can find a complete example of the report. If you have any suggestions or comments, please let us know.