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See our directory of financial model templates with Excel models such as listed below.
This is a financial model template for a new private school startup business. The Excel model allows forecasting the cash flows over the next 10 years for a School Startup offering Kindergarten, Middle School, and…
A nice deal builder for valuing and analyzing apartment building cash flow.
The Manufacturing Financial Model provides a framework to accurately forecast the financial statements of a manufacturing company over the next 10 years. The model uses a detailed breakdown to estimate the company's operating assumptions on…