Anatomy of a Business Plan
Enterprise Dearborn, a division of Dearborn Financial Publishing Group, 1993 - Business & Economics - 191 pages
With its clear and concise language, this book explains how to prepare an effective plan for starting up a new business. It offers a detailed discussion of the three major areas of business planning--organization, marketing, and finances--and shows how to bring all the necessary information together and keep it up-to-date. Includes a useful resource section and a glossary of key business terms.
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STATEMENT OF PURPOSE 1116
PART H THE MARKETING PLAN 2740
FINANCIAL DOCUMENTS 4180
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ABC Corporation Accounts Payable Accounts Receivable advertising amount Art of California assets Automate Your Business Balance Sheet business owner business plan capital Cash Balance Cash Flow Statement competition copy costs covered Current Liabilities customers debts Depreciation Directory equipment equity Estimate Actual Federal unemployment FUTA Financial Documents financial statements format Fund Dispersal Statement GROSS PROFIT Income Statement income tax Insurance investment key words legal structure lender or investor liability Limited Partners Loan Fund Dispersal LONG-TERM ASSETS Loss Statement Marine Art Marketing Plan month Newport Beach NW Washington Office operation P.O. Box paid Partnership period potential lender product or service Profit & Loss publications Quarterly Budget Analysis revenues Schedule Selling Small Business spreadsheets start-up Statement of Purpose Stater Bros Supporting Documents section target market Three-Year Income Projection undersigned VARIABLE EXPENSES withholding of income worksheet writing