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Financial Projection Model

Financial Projection Model contains a set of input data sheets to list startup costs and sources of funds, salaries & wages, fixed operating costs, and sales forecasts for various products or services over a 3-year period.   The output data sheets are a set of useful projected financial statements (income statement, cashflow statement, balance sheet) for each of these 3 years.   The Financial Projection Model is very usefull to determine your break-even point and the net profit for your business.  

"Bankers Delight" Business Plan

At least in our territory, bankers are not interested in the extensive business plans discussed in most books or how-to's. Instead they just want the facts. First, they'll look at your 1-2 page executive summary and then your 12-month cash flow statement with key underlying assumptions. If that's attractive, they'll read the rest of its dozen or so pages. Here's a good example...

Marketing Plan Guide

A well-designed marketing plan can help you raise awareness of your business, attract more customers and boost sales. Use this guide to develop a 12-month marketing plan and integrate it into your company’s business plan.

Starting A Nonprofit

Starting a nonprofit doesn’t necessarily mean you can quit your day job right away, but like any small business owner, you could eventually earn enough from your nonprofit to justify a full-time salary for you and your staff.


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