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Unlocking the Power of Your Capital: Introducing the Finance Earnings Audit Calculator

Maximizing your company's capital is crucial for business growth, and traditional treasury management software often falls short.


May 17, 2023

Introducing Crescent's Finance Earnings Audit Calculator, a tool for finance teams to assess their financial situation and uncover opportunities for optimizing their finance stack. By conducting an audit and exploring strategies for maximizing earnings, finance teams can unlock the full potential of their capital, achieve business growth, and stay ahead in today's competitive landscape.

In today's fast-paced business environment, finance teams face numerous challenges when it comes to managing their company's capital effectively. Traditional treasury management software often falls short, burdening finance teams with tedious tasks and failing to generate substantial earnings. We created the Finance Earnings Audit Calculator to show finance teams an estimate of just how much capital they’re missing out on by not maximizing their company's financial potential.

Your Money Should Be Working for Your Company

Finance teams understand the importance of having their money work for their company, but they often find themselves constrained by outdated bank and treasury products. These archaic solutions have barely evolved since the 1980s, resulting in countless hours wasted on mundane tasks that contribute little to the bottom line.

How the Finance Earnings Audit Works

The Finance Earnings Audit is a comprehensive calculation tool that prompts users to enter basic financial data and select which yield instruments they’re currently using. It then estimates what companies could be earning by following best practices in treasury management or using Crescent.

Additionally, you’ll see customized graded results based on your money behavior and yield instrument selection, with actionable steps for improvement.

Why It Matters

Still not on board with the power of your finance team to make—not just manage—your capital? Braeburn Capital, a subsidiary of Apple, for instance. It was founded in 2006 to manage Apple’s growing cash reserves. While secretive, they took their corporate treasury from $10B to $244B (as of 2018, the latest reporting data available; source: WSJ).

Finance teams who aren’t on board with the impact they can be making on their company’s bottom line need to take advantage of this—pardon the pun—low hanging fruit. And if you aren’t sure how to get started…keep reading!

Maximize Your Business Capital

By gaining better visibility into the health of their business, finance teams can make informed decisions and allocate capital effectively. Our Finance Earnings Audit is simply the first step toward supercharging your finance stack.

Ready to make money moves? The Crescent platform is incredibly easy to implement, allowing businesses to get started in minutes and put their capital to work in seconds.

Say goodbye to outdated treasury management software and embrace the future of finance with Crescent's revolutionary platform. Start optimizing your capital today and witness the transformative impact it has on your business's growth and success. See how you stack up with our Finance Earnings Audit today.

Transform idle cash into earnings for growth.

At Crescent, our goal is simple: help businesses take their capital further by building better treasury management tools and automations that transform your finance team into your secret weapon for growth.

Crescent Cash gives businesses access to 300x more FDIC coverage, with 4% APY. No more sacrificing earnings for safety. No more concentration risk nightmares. No more liquidity headaches. More features are on the way including next-day liquidity, improved ACH support, and deeper reporting.

Ready to try it out? Sign up for Crescent today.

Crescent Financial Inc. is a financial technology company, not a bank or other federally insured institution. Crescent Cash provides businesses with access to a network of federally insured financial institutions, including 300+ FDIC member banks. Statements of total FDIC insurance coverage are based on the combined FDIC insurance limits per account at the FDIC-insured banks in the network as of May 2023 and is subject to change accordingly. APY is subject to change.

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