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Presented by:
Abid Ali (3025)
Irfan(3043)
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A financial information system is a type of
business software used to input, accumulate,
and analyze financial and acco...
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It produces reports such as accounting
reports, cash flow statements, and financial
statement. The output produced help...
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Financial Management system Provides
financial information to all financial managers
within an organization.
Fina...
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Keeping all payments and receivables
transaction.
Amortizing prepaid expenses.
Depreciating assets acco...
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Cash Management
Investment management
Capital budgeting
Financial planning
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Cash management system collects
information on all cash receipts and
payments of a company on a real time or
periodic b...
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Many businesses invest their excess cash in
short-term low-risk marketable securities in
higher return alternatives, so...
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The capital budgeting process involves
evaluating the profitability and financial
impact of proposed capital expenditur...
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Financial forecasts concerning the economic
situation, business operations, type of
financing available, interest rates...
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Financing is needed to start up a business to
profitability.
There are two major sources of finances:
1.Equity Finance:

2.Debt Finance:
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Equity financing means exchanging a portion
of the ownership of the business for a
financial investment in the business....
1.Personal Savings :
The first place to look for money is your own
savings or equity. Personal resources can
include profit...
2.Home equity loans :
A home equity loan is a loan backed by the value
of the equity in your home. If your home is paid
fo...
3.Friends and Relatives:
Founders of a start-up business may look to
private financing sources such as parents and
friends....
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4.Venture Capital

Venture capital refers to financing that comes
from companies or individuals in the business
of inves...
5.Initial Public Offerings :
Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) are used when
companies have profitable operations,
managemen...
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Debt financing involves borrowing funds from
creditors with the repaying the borrowed
funds plus interest at a specified...
1.Friends and Relatives:
Founders of start-up businesses may look to
private sources such as family and friends
when start...
2.Banks and Other Commercial Lenders:
Banks and other commercial lenders are
popular sources of business financing. Most
le...
3.Commercial Finance Companies:
Commercial finance companies may be
considered when the business is unable to
secure finan...
4.Government Programs:

Federal, state, and local governments have
programs designed to assist the financing of
large and s...
5.Bonds:

Bonds may be used to raise financing for a
specific activity. They are a special type of
debt financing because th...
A lease is a method of obtaining the use of
assets for the business without using debt or
equity financing. It is a legal a...
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  1. 1. Presented by: Abid Ali (3025) Irfan(3043)
  2. 2.  A financial information system is a type of business software used to input, accumulate, and analyze financial and accounting data.
  3. 3.  It produces reports such as accounting reports, cash flow statements, and financial statement. The output produced helps in making good financial management decisions thus helping the managers run the business effectively.
  4. 4.    Financial Management system Provides financial information to all financial managers within an organization. Financial management system is a process . and procedures that is used by an organization's management to exercise financial control and accountability. Financial management systems support financial managers in decisions concerning:
  5. 5.         Keeping all payments and receivables transaction. Amortizing prepaid expenses. Depreciating assets according to accepted schedules. Keeping track of liabilities. Maintain income and expenditure statements, and balance sheets. Keeping all records up to date. Maintain complete and accurate accounts. Minimizing overall paperwork.
  6. 6. 1. 2. 3. 4. Cash Management Investment management Capital budgeting Financial planning
  7. 7.  Cash management system collects information on all cash receipts and payments of a company on a real time or periodic basis. Such as daily, weekly or monthly .
  8. 8.  Many businesses invest their excess cash in short-term low-risk marketable securities in higher return alternatives, so that investment income may earned until the funds are required. Investment information and securities trading are available from hundreds of online sources on the internet and other networks. online investment management services help a financial manager make buying , selling , or holding decisions for each type of security so that an optimum mix of securities is developed that minimizes risk and maximizes investment income for the business.
  9. 9.  The capital budgeting process involves evaluating the profitability and financial impact of proposed capital expenditures. Long term expenditure proposals for plants and equipment .
  10. 10.  Financial forecasts concerning the economic situation, business operations, type of financing available, interest rates, and stoke and bond prices to develop an optimal financial performance of a business.
  11. 11.  Financing is needed to start up a business to profitability.
  12. 12. There are two major sources of finances: 1.Equity Finance: 2.Debt Finance:
  13. 13.  Equity financing means exchanging a portion of the ownership of the business for a financial investment in the business. Equity involves a permanent investment in a company and is not repaid by the company at a later date.
  14. 14. 1.Personal Savings : The first place to look for money is your own savings or equity. Personal resources can include profit-sharing or early retirement funds, real estate equity loans, or cash value insurance policies.
  15. 15. 2.Home equity loans : A home equity loan is a loan backed by the value of the equity in your home. If your home is paid for, it can be used to generate funds from the entire value of your home. If your home has an existing mortgage, it can provide funds on the difference between the value of the house and the unpaid mortgage amount. For example, if your house is worth $150,000 with an outstanding mortgage of $60,000, you have $90,000 in equity you can use as collateral for a home equity loan or line of credit.
  16. 16. 3.Friends and Relatives: Founders of a start-up business may look to private financing sources such as parents and friends. It may be in the form of equity financing in which the friend and relative receives an ownership interest in the business.
  17. 17.  4.Venture Capital Venture capital refers to financing that comes from companies or individuals in the business of investing in young, privately held businesses. They provide capital to young businesses in exchange for an ownership share of the business.
  18. 18. 5.Initial Public Offerings : Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) are used when companies have profitable operations, management stability, and strong demand for their products or services. This generally doesn’t happen until companies have been in business for several years. To get to this point, they usually will raise funds privately one or more times.
  19. 19.  Debt financing involves borrowing funds from creditors with the repaying the borrowed funds plus interest at a specified future time. Debt financing may be secured or unsecured. Debt financing (loans) may be short term or long term in their repayment schedules. Generally, short-term debt is used to finance current activities such as operations ,while long-term debt is used to finance assets such as buildings and equipment.
  20. 20. 1.Friends and Relatives: Founders of start-up businesses may look to private sources such as family and friends when starting a business. This may be in the form of debt capital at a low interest rate.
  21. 21. 2.Banks and Other Commercial Lenders: Banks and other commercial lenders are popular sources of business financing. Most lenders require a solid business plan, positive track record. These are usually hard to come by for a start up business. When a borrowing company provided profit and loss statements, cash flows budgets, and net worth statements, then the company may be able to borrow additional funds.
  22. 22. 3.Commercial Finance Companies: Commercial finance companies may be considered when the business is unable to secure financing from other commercial sources. These companies may be more willing to rely on the quality of the collateral to repay the loan than the track record or profit projections of your business.
  23. 23. 4.Government Programs: Federal, state, and local governments have programs designed to assist the financing of large and small businesses. The assistance is often in the form of a government guarantee of the repayment of a loan from a conventional lender. The guarantee provides the lender repayment assurance for a loan to a business that may have limited assets available for collateral.
  24. 24. 5.Bonds: Bonds may be used to raise financing for a specific activity. They are a special type of debt financing because the debt instrument is issued by the company. Bonds are different from other debt financing instruments because the company charge specific rate of interest rate.
  25. 25. A lease is a method of obtaining the use of assets for the business without using debt or equity financing. It is a legal agreement between two parties that specific terms and conditions for the rental use of a tangible resource such as a building and equipment. Lease payments are often due annually. The agreement is usually between the company and a leasing or financing organization directly. When the lease ends, the asset is returned to the owner, the lease is renewed, or the asset is purchased.
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