Entrepreneurial Finance

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Pearson Prentice Hall, 2007 - Business & Economics - 404 pages
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, Fourth Edition," was written to help a broad range of U.S. business owners understand the core financial aspects of business entrepreneurship. Discussing sole proprietorships, partnerships, limited liability companies, and private corporations, the book clearly explains key financial topics such as financial statements, break-even analysis, working capital management, and time value of money. Explains why it is important to learn about finance and how mastering these topics can positively impact business success. Throughly explaines Time-Value-of-Money and provides thereader with specific examples of use of the six time-value of-money formulas. Thorough coverage of financial statement analysis - Discusses horizontal, vertical, and ratio analysis of financial statements in detail. Clear synopsis of 2005 Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act. An excellent reference for anyone looking to start their own business or for someone who already owns their own business who needs more information on finances.

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Chapter 2
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Financial Statements
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