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Balance Sheet Projection Template Projecting your balance sheet can be quite a complex accounting problem, but that does not mean you need to be a professional accountant to do it or to benefit from the exercise. The desired result is not a perfect forecast, but rather a thoughtful plan detailing what additional resources will be... View
Break-Even Analysis Template Use this template to create a break-even analysis for your business. View
One Year Profit and Loss Projection Use this Excel worksheet to to calculate the projected profit and loss of your business for the next year. View
3-Year Profit and Loss Projection This template can be used to calculate the projected profit of 3 years.  View
One Year Sales Forecast Template Forecasting sales of your product or service is the starting point for the financial projections. The sales forecast is the key to the whole financial plan, so it is important to use realistic estimates. Divide your projected monthly sales into "Categories", which are natural... View
How to Pay Business Debts You Can't Afford Corporate Turnaround has helped thousands of businesses get out of debt. The strategies in this guide have been instrumental in reaching over 25,000 affordable settlements for our clients. Now we are sharing our most closely guarded secrets with you to help you work your way out of debt on your... View
Annual Marketing Budget Template Use this template to plan your business' annual marketing budget. View
Business Planning & Financial Statements Template Gallery These tools can be your first step towards small business success. Then, get advice to help you on your way. View
Financial Projections Template Download this financial projections Excel template to calculate your startup expenses, payroll costs, sales forecast, cash flow, income statement, balance sheet, breakeven analysis, financial ratios, cost of goods sold, amortization and depreciation for your small business. View
How to Keep Hiring Costs in Check As business owners think about hiring, however, there’s a strong desire to keep costs down. Many have been optimistic about hiring before, only to scrap those plans when the economy failed to improve. When they do hire, small businesses have a strong desire to get the best people possible... View