Financial accounting, please use the attach file to create the

Use of Funds (5 P-POINTS) – this is the subheading after Start-Up Funding which will be put in its place after completed. My contribution below is giving you headway. 


Money raised will be utilized immediately towards the traditional fixed and variable costs associated with any new business.  Including in these expenses are: incorporation of the firm, insurance, office space and furniture, utilities and staffing.  Costs will be elaborated. To be continued.

Income Statement (10 P-POINTS)

Graph* 5-Year Financials at-a-Glance

Break-Even Analysis (5 P-POINTS)

Graph* 2-Year Break-Even Chart

Five Years Valuation (5 P-POINTS)

Exit Strategy (5 P-POINTS)


  Use of   funds :    Describe how   you plan to use the startup requirements in detail providing a start-up   budget which includes all initial capital expenditures, build-out and   start-up expenses. The details must be realistic and well researched. Data   that does not make sense will cost you points. In other words, if you are   starting a restaurant and your remodeling startup costs are $5,000, you would   be penalized, since that amount is unrealistic.    

        Income  statement :   Your income   statement is a narrative explanation of your projected pro-formas. Include   the detailed statements in your Appendix, and then list the annual estimates   in a table format in your plan. Explain how your income and expenses will   contribute to your P&L and your net income. Your growth factor should be   shown and explained (justified) as well. Document all assumptions, and   provide source information for all assertions.   

Break-even analysis:    Include   a graphical representation that shows when your company will start making a   profit.   Valuation after 5 years 5   Calculated   at the end of year 5 using one of the models described in the lecture or some   other generally accepted valuation method, explained and provided in the   plan.   Exit strategy 5   Address   your early termination plans as well as your vision for the business at the   end of year 5. 

The exit strategy takes into account business Return on   Investment (ROI.) It will also look at the rate of return you are offering   your investors, if you have them. Private equity, or venture capital   projects, should include both in the exit strategy. Lender-based projects do   not require a rate of return but should include the ROI. You need to review   the lecture in the Financial Plan for various methods of exiting the   business.    

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