Small Business Financials: Part I

The purpose of this workshop is to help you understand how to create the financial section of your business plan.You will learn how to estimate sales data and use the data to create pro-forma financial statements (cash flow, balance sheet, income statement, profit and loss). Your will also learn how to interpret each statement, learn how to conduct a break-even/profitability analysis, and will also learn how to create a start-up budget and to accurately estimate start up expenses.By the end of this workshop, you will have a better understanding of financial statements, and will be able to interpret key financial data, key ratios and conduct a break-even analysis.

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