Liquidity status and liquidity balance


If liquidity is threatening to become tight, it is advisable to prepare a liquidity status and, if necessary, a liquidity balance sheet.



When a company runs short of liquidity, management is forced to draw up a liquidity status. It must be shown that the company can now cover at least 90% of the liabilities due.

If the funded status is below 90%, management must draw up a liquidity balance sheet showing whether the company will be able to cover at least 90% of its liabilities within three weeks. In addition to the liabilities currently due and the current financial resources, the liquidity balance also includes the liabilities that will become due within the next three weeks and the financial resources that will flow to the company within three weeks. However, no claims may be considered that are more than two months old.

Here you will find deformed templates for your liquidity status and liquidity balance.



  • If you are currently struggling with tight liquidity, this deformed Excel format template can help you create a liquidity status or liquidity balance sheet.
  • You can create the formal documents without profound knowledge about financial management.


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