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Cash Flow Difficulties
Volatile input and output prices, variable yields and weather conditions can all have a major effect on farm cash flow. It is important to establish the level of working capital support that your farm will require and when it is required. If you are experiencing, or expect to experience, farm cash flow pressure, we would encourage you to make early contact with AIB.
Identify your Working Capital Requirements.
We understand that on most farms there may be periods during the year where cash outflow is greater than cash inflow. In such circumstances, it is important to establish if additional working capital is required for your business and when it is required.
Cash Flow Planning
When examining income and expenditure receipts from the previous year, a cash flow budget can be used to determine the level of working capital that the farm will require.
This can be used to monitor the farm cash flow during the year.
Funding Working Capital.
By establishing the level of working capital support required, you can discuss with your bank the level of bank finance that you need.
Farmer Credit Line.
The AIB Farmer Credit Line is a flexible way to manage your farm’s seasonal working capital throughout the year.
Cash Flow Difficulties.
Should you find yourself experiencing cash flow difficulties, for any reason, seek the necessary support at an early stage.
We will work with impacted customers on a case-by-case basis to find an appropriate solution to suit their farm.
Our Farmer Credit Line is a pre-arranged line of credit that works with your current account to give your business seasonal financial support.Format: PDF File size: 232.4K
Our Cash Flow Planner can help you establish the cash flow position of your farm and plan accordingly.Format: XML File size: 3.5K