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Managing Cash Flow

April 18, 2013


April 18, 2013
Postponed to April 25th
6 - 9:30 p.m.
UW-Eau Claire campus

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Learn how to develop a cash flow projection.


See how management policies can interact and affect the timing of cash inflows and outflows and net cash balances. Identify factors which affect inventory, accounts receivable, and accounts payable levels, and tools to measure potential problems. You will learn:

  • The relationship between income forecasts and cash projections.
  • How to develop a cash flow projection.
  • Strategies to improve cash flow.
  • Tools to diagnose potential cash flow problems

Prerequisite: Managerial Accounting: Profit Planning and Budgeting, or equivalent knowledge.

Earn your Financial Management Certificate

Or take just the seminars relevant to your needs. 

Date / Time Program
March 28
6 - 9:30 p.m.
 Financial Accounting: Underlying Concepts
April 4
6 - 9:30 p.m.
 Financial Accounting: Using Financial Statements
April 18
6 - 9:30 p.m.
 Managerial Accounting: Profit Planning and Budgeting
April 25
6 - 9:30 p.m.
Managing Cash Flow

Your Instructor

Jay Holmen, CPA, CMA, and Professor of Accounting at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, has been teaching accounting for over 30 years. He has created and taught courses in cost management, performance evaluation, financial statement analysis, managerial accounting, cost accounting, budgeting and international accounting. A pioneer in online instruction for the University of Wisconsin MBA Consortium, Jay taught the first course offered through the program.

An accomplished author, Jay’s work has been featured in numerous academic and professional accounting publications and he coauthored the book, Managerial Accounting, 10th Edition, published in 2003. He has shared his expertise through local, regional, and national presentations and seminars, as well as counseling small businesses through the UW-Eau Claire Small Business Development Center.

Who Should Attend

This seminar is designed to benefit both owners and managers of small businesses.  The same group returns for each session, providing participants with a comfortable learning atmosphere rich with shared experiences and networking opportunities.

Continuing Education Units

Participants may earn up to .35 CEUs per class.


$100 per seminar OR a discounted rate of $380 when registering for all four programs.  
  • Registrations must be received at the same time to receive the discount.  
  • Payment required with registration.
  • Fee includes materials, instructions and refreshments.

Walk-ins are welcome – Please call 24 hours ahead to ensure space availability.

Cancellation Policy

You may cancel or transfer your registration up to 5 business days before a program’s start date. If you cancel or transfer fewer than 5 business days prior to the program start date, a $25 administrative fee will be assessed. If you cancel or fail to attend the day of the event, you are responsible for the full fee. Full refunds are given if a program is cancelled or filled. You may substitute another person for your registration at any time. Call the Continuing Education Office (715-836-5811 or 1-800-582-5182) for assistance. 

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