Links Between Financial Statements in a Business Plan

The financial projections template produces an income statement, balance sheet and cash flow statement for the business. These 3 financial statements appear initially to be unconnected; however, closer investigation shows that they are linked and a change in one statement substantially impacts the other statements. The entrepreneur need to understand these connections in order to be able to understand the financial performance of the business.

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Financial Statement Analysis Report

As part of the process of producing financial projections for a start-up business it may be necessary to undertake a simple financial statement analysis of competitor businesses. This process will help the entrepreneur understand what drives the financial model and assist in generating reasonable assumptions for the business plan.

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General and Administrative Cost Model

General & administrative costs are a necessary part of operating a business. Expenses associated with general and administration such customer acquisition costs and the costs to service customers throughout the customer life-cycle, need to be included in the income statement of the financial projections template, and this model allows those cost to be estimated in detail and summarized.

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Sales and Marketing Cost Model

Sales & marketing costs are a necessary part of operating a business. Expenses associated with sales and marketing such customer acquisition costs and the costs to service customers throughout the customer life-cycle, need to be included in the income statement of the financial projections template, and this model allows those cost to be estimated in detail and summarized.

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Research and Development Cost Model

R&D costs are a necessary part of developing new products for a business. Expenses associated with R&D such as staff costs, need to be included in the income statement of the financial projections template, and this model allows those cost to be estimated in detail and summarized.

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Profit Improvement Calculator

The profit improvement calculator shows the impact on net income of making percentage adjustments to the product selling price, unit cost, unit sales volume and operating expenses. Minor adjustments to each of these four key areas can have a significant impact on the net income of the business.

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Gross and Net Profit Margin

The gross profit and net profit margins are used as measures of profitability. The gross margin indicates whether the products produced and sold by the business are profitable, whereas the net margin indicates the profitability of the entire business taking into account all expenses.

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Operating Expense Formula

Customized operating expense formulas can be used in lines 7 to 9 of the Financial Projections Template to link operating expenses to another template cell value such as revenue, this allows amendments to be made to the estimated operating expenses for each of the five years without having to manually enter each amount.

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Revenue Projection Formula

Customized revenue projection formulas can be used in line three of the Financial Projections Template to allow amendments to be made to the estimated revenue for each of the five years without having to manually enter each amount.

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16 Things To Know About Creating Financial Projections

Financial projections are made up from three financial statements, the balance sheet, the income statement, and the cash flow statement. Here are sixteen things to know about creating financial projections which should give you a better understanding of what’s included in the three financial statements, and how they relate to each other.

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Cash vs Accrual Accounting in Financial Projections

It is important to consider both the cash basis and accrual basis of accounting when preparing financial projections.

Cash basis accounting records revenue and expenses when cash enters and leaves the business, and the accrual basis of accounting records revenue when earned and expenses when the benefit of them is received.

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