A cash flow statement shows a change in cash over a period of time.
Other report formats are available and can be generated in the software.
When to use it
- When you need to see how your company or properties cash position has changed over a period of time. A cash flow statement is especially helpful on an accrual basis.
Generating this report
- Go to the Reports menu .
- Click the Cash flow statement or Cash flow statement consolidated link.
Select your report parameters. More details:
Parameter What it means Properties
Select a single property, association or rental owner, or a group of properties, associations or rental owners, using the filter box. You can also select all properties.
Selects the period for which the software will generate the report.
Controls the columns in the report and how the totals within the date range are displayed.
Cash basis reports display data when money changes hands. Accrual basis reports display data for the period in which the transaction originally happened.
Show net income details pproduces line-by-line details for accounts.
Choose from PDF, legacy PDF, XLS, XLSX, or CSV.
Click Download report.
- A cash flow statement does not show available cash. If you’re looking for a report that shows a change in available cash, shows the data behind Buildium’s suggested owner draw, and withholds security deposits, try the rental owner statement.
- A cash flow statement does not show management income accounts when it’s run for a property.
- Net income on a cash flow statement will always tie to an income statement run for the same period.
- Cash as of period start will tie to a balance sheet run as of 1 day before the period. For example, if the period is August, cash as of period start is the total from July 31.
- Cash as of period end will tie to a balance sheet run as of the last day of the period. For example, if the period is August, cash as of period end is the total from August 31. see "Monthly management fee policy"