Business Plan Financial Projections For Entrepreneurs

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This presentation shows you how to develop accurate financial projections for your business plan. Learn how to integrate your sales and expense assumptions with your income/profit, cash flow and balance sheet projections.

Save thousands of dollars on accounting fees by developing your financial projections yourself.

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Business Plan Financial Projections For Entrepreneurs

  1. 1. .com How to Construct Financial Projections for ENTREPRENEURS Introduction
  2. 2. Scary Huh? Pic: http://www.flickr.com/photos/jblndl/2658532094/
  3. 3. Pic: http://www.flickr.com/photos/stage88/3325271588/
  4. 4. Financephobia? Pic: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mamchenkov/409745082/
  5. 5. “We will get 1% of the total market share...”
  6. 6. Pic: http://www.flickr.com/photos/glasgows/164624699/
  7. 7. Inte rne Industry Journals F oru t Market ms Blogs Research Reports Observation Competitor’s Online Questions Annual Reports
  8. 8. Google Traffic Estimator
  9. 9. Example Sales Funnel 15% 1%
  10. 10. Example Sales Funnel 15% 1%
  11. 11. Year 1 Sales is worked out like this: v 225 X $800 = $180,000
  12. 12. This is what your Expense Assumptions list should look like:
  13. 13. Workings for Depreciation in Assumptions
  14. 14. Workings for Depreciation in Assumptions Asset Value / Useful Life = Depreciation
  15. 15. Referenced from assumptions page
  16. 16. Sales - Total Expenses = Profit/Loss
  17. 17. Cash Flow Example
  18. 18. Cash Flow Example Total Inflows - Total Outflows = Total Inflow/Outflow Total Inflow/Outflow + Opening Balance = Closing Balance
  19. 19. Balance Sheet
  20. 20. Balance Sheet What your business owns What your business owes
  21. 21. Balance Sheet See, it’s balanced!
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