This model will look at how to forecast revenues, operating exp. and changes in the balance sheet items to arrive at monthly cash flow to show the financial impact of the forecast on the business to decide if the capital needs to raise.
From this model, you will learn how to forecast the income statement, balance sheet, and resulting cash flow as well as creating a schedule of accounts receivable, accounts payable, inventory, CAPEX, payroll, interest, and WACC, in the end, feasibility analysis.
The difference between this business plan and anther that it includes planning to process and you can use it for any kind of business.
I use a very easy formula that you can understand and explain to your customer.
its include :
The assumption contains a summary of all activities instead of data wee need for forecasting.
The sales schedule is flexible and you can change it from the roll and any change of sales
will result in a change of all other elements that you can easier make a decision.
Excel skills will be in this model include conditional formatting, data validation, IF statements, and other function required to complete the financial model.
– Rami Abbas
This model template comes as a PREMIUM version in .xlsx file type which can be opened using MS Excel.