The Cash Flow Center is a centralized window for viewing a snapshot of your cash flow accounts, including checking and savings accounts. In the previous chapters, you learned how to enter and edit transactions and balance your accounts, all of which are based in the Cash Flow Center. In this chapter, you learn more about the Cash Flow Center and how it can help you keep track of your financial status.
You can create alerts that appear in the Cash Flow Center to let you know if you exceed a set amount or are under a target figure for any of your cash flow accounts. You can view reports that let you visually see what's going on with your finances and create customized reports to show just the information you want to analyze.
You can also create a cash account to track your pocket money. For example, if you have a small business, you might keep petty cash on hand to pay for incidentals. Tracking your personal cash is also a great way to find out what you're spending money on and analyze ways to save more money.