TEAHOUSE FINANCIAL MODEL EXCEL TEMPLATE KEY FEATURES
Easy to follow
Clear and transparent Teahouse 3 Way Financial Model structure (15+ separate tabs, each focusing on a specific planning category, colour coded => input, calculation and report sheets).
Integrated Model to convince Investors
Budget Financial Model includes and connects everything (assumptions, calculations, outputs) and presents it in an investor-friendly, deal-proven way.
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Via Financial Model Excel Template you can without effort and special education get all the necessary calculations and you will not need to spend money on expensive financial consultants. Your task is building a strategy, evolution, and creativity, and we have already done the routine calculations instead of you.
Saves you time
Allows you to spend less time on Projected Cashflow Statement and more time on your products, customers and business development
Identify potential shortfalls in cash balances in advance.
The Teahouse Financial Projection Model works like an ‘early warning system.’ It is, by far, the most significant reason for a Statement Of Cash Flows.
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REPORTS and INPUTS
A Teahouse 3 Way Financial Model is an important financial tool that enables users to identify actual and forecasted expenditures, as well as financial resources needed to cover these costs. With a well-developed cost budget, you can see the areas where you can save money and the areas of high priority. As a part of a business plan, the cost budget supports the process of pitching to investors and loan applications.
Financial Model Excel benchmark tab calculates the company’s key performance indicators, either business or financial, and finds an industry-wide average as a comparison. The industry average metrics are then used to determine the relative value for benchmarking analysis.
Financial benchmarks are essential for the financial planning of the companies, especially for start-ups. These studies help companies determine the ‘best practice’ companies within the industry and compare their own financial results with these best practices. It is a useful financial and strategic management tool.
Capex, or capital expenditures, represents the total company’s expenditures on purchasing assets in a given period. These expenditures include both assets acquired and built by the company.
Usually, the company’s investments, or expenditures, related to these assets are significant. These capital assets provide value to the company over a more extended period than one reporting period. Therefore, the company reflects these CapEX calculations in the Balance Sheet and does not recognize the whole amount of investments in the p&l projection in one reporting period.
This Financial Projection has a tab for a detailed analysis of the company’s revenue streams. With this template, users can analyze the revenue streams by each product or service category separately.
Burn and Runway
This Teahouse Financial Projection automatically calculates the cash burn rate based on the inputs from other spreadsheets, in particular, from the cash flow forecast.
A loan amortization schedule is a table that shows the company’s stakeholders the details of the periodic payments for an amortizing loan. It reflects the principal of an amortizing loan that is paid down over the life of the loan. In most cases, such payments have equal amounts, and the company regularly makes them during a certain period.
A Teahouse Excel Financial Model includes the pre-built amortization calculator, which reflects the initial amount, periodic terms, and interest rate of the loan. With this loan amortization schedule, the companies can better plan and track how much they still owe and how they plan to repay the loans.
Accounts receivable turnover (ART). In the Financial Projection Template, the accounts receivables turnover ratio (ART) calculates a metric that assesses a company’s effectiveness in collecting its receivables. This ratio shows how successful the company is in managing its debts.