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.

Last modified January 29th, 2019 by Michael Brown
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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.

Last modified February 8th, 2019 by Michael Brown
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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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In-App Purchase Revenue Model

The in-app purchase revenue projection template provides a quick and easy method to estimate revenue generated by a mobile game based business startup for the next 5 years. The revenue forecast generated can be used as the starting point for our Financial Projections Template as part of a free to play game business plan.

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Saas Revenue Model

The saas revenue projection template provides a quick and easy method to estimate revenue generated by a saas (software as a service) based business startup for the next 5 years.

The revenue forecast generated can be used as the starting point for our Financial Projections Template as part of a saas startup business plan.

Last modified April 12th, 2019 by Michael Brown
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Profit Margin Ratio

Profitability is the ability of a business to control its expenses in relation to its revenue. The profit margin ratio is used in the financial projections template as one indicator of profitability, and shows the percentage of revenue retained by the business after deducting all expenses.

Last modified February 25th, 2019 by Michael Brown
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Multi-sided Platform Revenue Projection

The multi-sided platform revenue projection template provides a quick and easy method to estimate revenue generated by a start up two-sided marketplace business for the next 5 years.

The revenue forecast generated can be used as the starting point for our Financial Projections Template as part of a multi-sided platform business plan.

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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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Budget vs Forecast vs Projection vs Pro Forma

The terms financial budget, financial forecast, financial projection and pro forma financial statement are often used to refer to the same thing. However, while they have a very similar format, normally comprising a balance sheet, income statement, and cash flow statement shown over a period of months or years, they are each based on a very different set of assumptions.

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Pro Forma Financial Statements

The terms pro forma financial statements, financial projections, financial forecasts, and financial budgets are often used interchangeably, but they are not the same thing.

Pro forma financials simply refers to a set of financial statements in the usual format (balance sheet, income statement, and cash flow statement), which have been prepared in order to show the effects of a transaction on the historical financial statements prior to the transaction actually taking place.

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