For many, starting a business can be an overwhelming experience. Understanding the financial aspects of running a business can be even more daunting. Entrepreneurial Finance, Fifth Edition, was written to help a broad range of U.S. business owners understand the core financial aspects of business entrepreneurship. With plentiful case studies and illustrations, the text clearly explains key financial topics such as financial statements, break-even analysis, working capital management, and time value of money. This edition includes more information on small business administration programs, financing options, succession planning and retirement programs.
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Financial and Economic Concepts
Financial Management and Planning
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accounts receivable amount analysis annual interest annuity due average balance sheet bank bankruptcy benefits bonds borrow break-even business owner business plan calculated capital budgeting cash flow Chapter common stock contribution corporation current assets current liabilities customers debt deposit depreciation determine discount dividend dollar doughnut earnings per share employees equipment example factor federal financial statements firm fixed assets forma formula future value goals income statement increase individual interest rate inventory investment investors lender leverage loan long-term lump sum Markadel Medicare method month mortgage mutual fund obtain operating income opportunity cost ordinary annuity owner's equity paid partnership payable payment percentage period preferred stock present value profit margin purchase rate of return ratio retirement revenue risk Roth IRA savings sell small businesses sold sole proprietorship Table taxes total assets total cost Total liabilities turnover variable