Moneys that you’ll take home as the business owner after paying the debt.
Cash Flow = Seller’s Discretionary Cash $ = Buyer’s Discretionary Cash Less 25%* - Your Acquisition Cost $ = SELLER’S DISCRETIONARY CASH $ + Net Profit (Loss) from P&L $ TOTAL ADJUSTMENTS $ b. Amortization $ a. Depreciation $ Non-Cash Expenses $ Non-Recurring Expenses (explain) $ g. Owner(s) Personal Expenses paid by the Business $ f. Owner(s) Benefits and Perks $ e. Entertainment $ d. Interest, if not applicable $ c. Insurance (excess) $ b. Travel $ a. Auto Expense $ Discretionary Expenses, if included in expenses $ Owners(s)/Officers Salary, if included in expenses Addendum to P&L Summary
Example: 36,000 Annual Net X 12 3,000 Monthly Cash Flow (1,000) 25% for Debt Service 4,000 Mo. Cash Flow 30,000 1/3 down $100,000 Sales Price
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