Carly Robbins: Seven tips to nail cashflow modelling first time

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"The beauty of cashflow modelling is that you can use scenarios to model ‘what-if?' and bucket list items as well as anything that isn't a hard fact." - Carly Robbins
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"The beauty of cashflow modelling is that you can use scenarios to model ‘what-if?' and bucket list items as well as anything that isn't a hard fact." - Carly Robbins

Cashflow modelling was built for tumultuous times like these, writes Carly Robbins, as she shares seven key points to make sure the method is working as it should

Amid a global pandemic and Brexit uncertainty, financial planners are doing all they can to help their clients prepare for the future. Although the UK's economic fate is thoroughly unpredictable, cashflow...

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