Cash Flow Frog Cash Flow Frog

The only proper cash flow forecasting app for QuickBooks Desktop.

Finallya simple yet powerful cash flow forecasting you app for QuickBooks, get your cash flow forecasts instantly, access from anywhere.
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QuickBooks Desktop

Do more with your QuickBooks Desktop

The beautiful thing about Cash Flow Frog is that it uses data that already exists in your QuickBooks Desktop account. You don’t need to work hard in order to create forecasts, our algorithm creates them automatically from your accounting data, making Cash Flow Frog an essential extension to QuickBooks Desktop.


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QuickBooks Desktop Integration

Quick & Easy.

We created a super simple, step by step instruction flow, to guide you through setting up the connection between Cash Flow Frog and QuickBooks Desktop. Making the process so simple anyone can do it.

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"Quick & simple to use"

It makes cash flow forecasting dead simple. 
All QuickBooks updates are automatically updated in the app, new invoices or bills are integrated into the forecast.

sync accounting data

Your data is continuously synced.

Cash Flow Frog is a cloud add on. Once you have connected to Cash Flow Frog your QuickBooks Desktop data is continuously synced to the cloud, so that every change in your QuickBooks account is reflected in your forecasts.


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Goodbye spreadsheets!

There’s no need to keep updating spreadsheets with every little change, in order to calculate your cash on hand. Cash Flow Frog does it automatically for you 24/7.

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Use it anywhere, anytime.

Cash Flow Frog’s continuous sync with the cloud allows you to access your forecasts from anywhere and anytime, regardless of whether QuickBooks desktop is installed on the computer you’re using or not.


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A safe environment to test and plan the future of your business.

Cash Flow Frog pulls data from QuickBooks Desktop but never sends data back. So feel free to create as many scenarios as you want, edit any part of your data to see how it may affect your future bank balance, sales, dividends or any other aspect of your cash flow.


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