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  • 1. WAHID’S MEASURE – THE INFLUENTIAL AND EVALUATED OF SIMILARITY BETWEEN PROFIT & NON- PROFIT BUSINESS PLANNING Summary, Wahid’s measure explained the similarity & non-conformity between profit & non- profit business planning, I hope this article “WAHID MEASURE “will helpful for students, readers and learners, this article they will easily understand about the similarity and non-conformity between the profits & non- profits business planning, In this article I have presented what is the meaning of profit and how it is obtained. What is business planning the easiest way to elucidate profit & non- profit business planning, The point is that the profits of a non-profit organization always go toward supporting some cause that society deems as good and beneficial and not into the pockets of the investors. Author Announcement: A lot of analyst and authors has described about the similarity & non- conformity between profit and non- profit business paneling, although they explained very well but sometimes it’s really difficult to understand for the learners clearly. I had an awful experience when I was a learner. Now, as a financial analyst I felt to write this matter in a very and easy way so that the learners/professionals don’t have to go door to door to understand this. Introduction: profit and non-profit businesses planning are similar in many ways. Both are generally businesses in which properties are held and business transacted in the name of the business rather than the persons involved. To carry on and rise, both need to generate or bring in more profits than they spend on procedures. Both are involved in producing a good or service for people. And, of course, both are managed and run by the people who are employed by the business. Business review: Business review explained the organization, business project or product, reviewing its purpose, management, operations, marketing and finances. Every category of business plan requires analysis, careful assessment of all known factors, and analytical potential results of special options that are open to the company Meaning of Profit Company: It is obvious that every business function in order to earn profit. In most cases the main ambition of a business is making profit. A business may have other ambitions but if they do not earn profit in the business then they will have to end the business. In this article I have presented what is the meaning of profit and how it is obtained. What is business profit? The easiest way to elucidate profit is the income a company earned in a certain period of time. There are two types of profit specifically gross profit and net profit. Gross profit is not the actual profit of a business and it is found by deducting the cost of goods sold from net sales. Thus, net profit is considered as the actual profit retained by a business and it is actually the variation among the revenue earned by the company and the expenses incurred. Profit margin is very useful when comparing companies in similar industries profit calculated as net income divided by revenues, or net profits divided by sales. It measures how much out of every sale a company actually keeps in earnings.
  • 2. Meaning of non-profit company? Operated as nearly as possible at cost; an organization not seeking profit and which does not disgorge excess income to its members, in the form of dividends or otherwise Operated as nearly as possible at cost; an organization not seeking profit and which does not disgorge income in excess of expenses to its members, in the form of dividends or otherwise. Definition: A non-profit organization is one that has committed legally not to distribute any net earnings (profits) to individuals with control over it such as members, officers, directors, or trustees. It may pay them for services rendered and goods provided. Why Do a Business Plan? Business planning is an efficient and official advance to accomplishing the planning, coordinating, and control responsibilities of management. It involves the growth and purpose of: long-range objectives for the project; Business plans become visible in many special formats, depending on the consultation for the plan and difficulty of the business. However, most business plans a business plan is often prepared when: 1. Opening a new organization, business venture, or product (service) or 2. Growing, acquiring or improving any of the above. There are numerous benefits of doing a business plan, including: 1. To identify a problem in your plans before you implement those plans. 2. To get the commitment and participation of those who will implement the plans, this leads to better results. 3. To set up a roadmap to compare results as the venture proceeds from paper to reality. 4. To accomplish greater profitability in your organization, products and services all with less work. 5. To achieve financing from investors and financer. For these reasons, the planning process often is as useful as the business plan document itself SIMILARITY: Profit and non-profit businesses are similar in many ways. There are many similarities against Non-profits and profit businesses. The similarities are largely attributed to organizational vision, strategic planning, and mission statement and to efficiently run those processes which help support these philosophies. That is explained following Non-profit and profit businesses are worlds distant in many of their characteristics. This is primarily due to the core ambitions and the ideology established to meet these ambitions. For profit businesses have a responsibility to give their shareholders a beneficial return while nonprofits' responsibility is naturally fixed in shared growth. Nonprofit businesses silent have expenses and operating costs to meet so they can carry on to operate and accomplish their mission. They also have individuals and businesses to respond to and express how they are successfully operating. This is a strong similarity against Non- profits and profits. These steps and measures involve the progress of a strategic marketing and a management plan to get their name out with the goal of bringing higher identification and wakefulness to their respective projects. Commercialized for profits are forceful in their attempts to increase recognition, but nonprofits these days are also increasing their efforts to become generally
  • 3. accepted. Both types of businesses use several of the same tools and methodologies to gain wakefulness and draw notice A non-profit business is similar to a profit in the background that they both are created to fulfill the need of a specific position in the marketplace for a community of public. When anyone starts a business, the first step is to make sure that there is a need for that company to be created. If there is no need there will be no clients, and therefore the company will fail. A nonprofit is very similar. If you are looking to start a non-profit business then there must be some kind of a need for the direct service that you are going to propose. At a glance 1. There are many similarities against for-profit and non-profit organizations. First and principal, both categories of organizations start with a solid mission report and a vision report that take the strategic planning procedure, 2. A nonprofit has ambitions other than raising profits for anyone related with it. They are established to benefit a public or private good of some kind during its behaviors, other than simply appropriate a money making activity. 3. Having worked for together non-profit organizations and for-profit business, I judge they are likeness in three ways. They together provide the wants of a role in the marketplace, work to make a difference in that role, and get paid The overall evaluation of how a non-profit business is similar to a profit company is that they both are going to near creation change in an area of the world that it's needed, as wanting to make a similarity, and they together get paid a lot for what they do. NON-CONFORMITY A primary non-conformity between a nonprofit and a for-profit business is that a nonprofit does not issue stock or pay dividends, and may not augment its directors. However, like for- profit businesses, nonprofits may motionless have employees and can compensate their directors within logical limits. 1. The major non-conformity is in the legal organization of the business. A nonprofit has a shared management model- an Executive Director and a Board of Directors. A for-profit belongs to the person who took the risk of setting it up 2. A nonprofit has a dissolution clause-at the end of its life-once liabilities have been satisfied, the outstanding assets must be donated back to the public. At the end of a for-profit, the stuff outstanding belongs belongs to the debtors/owners. 3. Nonprofits can produce profits through social activity and direct it into huge salaries, programs, buildings, and build assets. Nonprofit does not equal poor companies, low salaries or small organizations. 4. Non-profit organizations are not classified from earning a profit, but legislature does impose exact policy and boundaries on them. Donors cannot receive a tax deduction for charitable donations if an organization has not applied for excused status. No charitable deduction can be received for personal benefits, such as life insurance, annuity, or endowment contracts transferred to a nonprofit organization.
  • 4. Bylaws are formed setting up businesses governing rules, including decision-making strategy and selection rights. Businesses topic stock; unlike with nonprofits, voting rights go to the shareholders of the business, not the board of directors. 5. A nonprofit organization's objective is to obtain finances either through government grants or private foundations. Generally, the organization tries to keep a low operating cost by using donated facilities and equipment. Employees are generally paid less, or the organization relies on volunteers to execute day-to-day activities. Revenues generated by a nonprofit are often less than what is actually needed to meet the organization's financial needs. A for-profit business should produce private awareness in service to the public while pursuing the objective of rotating a profit. Each business should have its own reason, and occasionally that purpose may be in disagreement with people. Ecological groups like Greenpeace often complaint and display when people's well-being is damaged by a business. Preferably a business should be an addition of its people, and compelled to manage and elucidate its contact on human being rights, public well-being, and the usual situation and prospect generations. 6. Non-profit organizations usually do not operate to make profit, a attribute broadly measured to be defining of such organizations. However, Non-profit organizations may believe, hold, and pay out money and other things of worth. It may also officially and decently deal at a profit. The scope to which it can create income may be embarrassed, or the use of those profits may be limited. Non-profit organizations so classically funded by donations from the private or public sector, and often have tax excused status. Contributions may sometimes be tax deductible. Some 'non-profits' are operated by paid positions. As well, Non-profit organizations may have members or participants or beneficiary or students as opposed to customers in a for-profit organization. One should not oversimplify about the proportional cost of a 'non-profit' verses profit’ organization; there may be an important internalized profit in a non-profit organization. CONCLUSION: this article explained some similarities in how profit and non-profit businesses are run. For example, like their business cousins, most non-profit organizations have to face stiff struggle – but rather than for a product, they are most often competing for funds, members, sponsors, media exposure and supporters. It is obvious that every business function in order to earn profit. In most cases the main ambition of a business is making profit. A business may have other ambitions but if they do not earn profit in the business then they will have to end the business. About The Author: Mohammad Wahid Abdullah Khan (MBA, CPFA, CPIA, CFC) Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • 5. Home Page: http://wahidbd.page4.me MOHAMMAD WAHID ABDULLAH KHAN Dhaka, Bangladesh, is a PhD Candidate in "Criminal Psychology" as well he is “freelance Author, online columnists, Human psychoanalyst, industrial psychotherapist, Certified Financial Consultant, & Certified Forensic Accountant, too dynamic entrepreneur, utilize creativity leadership and teamwork to design and execute solutions that creates customer value. Moreover Mr. Khan is CEO & Certified Consultant of” Wahid & co, Wak Business Solutions, Wak Business Support, “Wam Associates” & leader of the” Wahid Consulting Group”; Prior to consultancy Mr. Wahid has fulfilled more than 14 (fourteen) years working in various fields of Business like - Accounts, Finance, Auditing (Internal & External Audit), Project budgeting and Project costing related positions in some of the largest group & join venture companies in Bangladesh. Which experience encouraged him to work as a “professional consultant” from a few years, Mr. Khan is realistic and implements his assignment within the bounds, objectives and capabilities of the organization. His extraordinary quick understanding of strategic options helps find direction and supports management in decision making. He has a “doer” attitude and gets things done on the technical and functional side. As a “Consultant” Mr. Wahid believe that his study & physiological motivation is very strong, as well my confident level is high & my quantitative skills are well-built also he is crystal clear about my every single goal which helped me to be a very tough contestant “Consultant” in the business consultant arena Professional Membership: • Associate Member – Institute of Management Consultants Bangladesh (IMCB) •Member- Association of Proposal Management Professionals® (APMP®) • Member – The Next level Purchasing Association. •Member- The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) • Member - The Professional Risk manager’s international Association (PRMIA) • Affiliate Member- Global Association of Risk Professional (GARP) • Member - The International Association of Risk and Compliance Professionals (IARCP) • Lifetime Member - Dragon fire martial arts association “International” (DFMAA) • Individual Member: License Logic LLC • Associate Membership - The American Psychological Association (APA) • Member - The Global Community of Information Professionals