New Business or Business Line Initial Projection a simple best case scenario to determine the potentially profitability of the business. You can no longer afford to invest your time and money into a business idea that can not provide the profits you need. This projection will let you know what the profit potential of your business idea is if everything goes perfectly as planned.
Business Model a professional prepared business model can help attract investment in your business. It may also help to get employees, partners and associates excited and on board with your concept. A business models help you to stay focused on the core of your business.
Detailed Cash Flow Model a detailed projection cash receipts and cash expenditures. This model in important to determine the cash requirements for your business. Staying on top of your businesses cash needs gives you more options for meeting those needs. For example knowing in March that your business will need more cash in August gives you more options than discovering the need in July or August.
Detailed Business Projection A detailed projection of your business’ income and expenses. This projection is typically done for just one year. Among other things the projection will provide valuable information expanding or contracting aspects of your business. This projection will become the basis for your business’ operating forecast used to monitor your business.