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Sample Business Plan Financials: Bob’s Rent-A-Bike

Sample Business Plan Financials: Bob’s Rent-A-Bike

Sample Business Plan Financials: Bob's Rent-A-Bike
Balance Sheets, Bob's Rent-A-Bike Starting Pro forma Pro forma Pro forma Pro forma
May 31 Year 1 June 20 Year 1 May 31 Year 2 May 31 Year 3 May 31 Year 4
(interim period
to show max
Assets cash need date)
Current Assets
Cash 1000 1600 15672 35548 67160
Inventory, Supplies 200 500 800 1000 1200
Total Current Assets 1200 2100 16472 36548 68360
Long-Term Assets
Depreciable Assets 1500 7500 7500 12500 15500
Accumulated Dep. (SL 60 mos) 0 0 1500 4000 7100
Net Long-Term Assets 1500 7500 6000 8500 8400
Total Assets 2700 9600 22472 45048 76760
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Liabilities & Equity
Current Liabilities
Accounts Payable 200 600 1000 1300 1600
Short-Term Debt 0 0 0 0 0
Total Current Liabilities 200 600 1000 1300 1600
Equity
Owner's Paid-in Capital 2500 2500 2500 2500 2500
Owner's Share Retained Earnings -500 5736 16874 32580
Investor's Paid-in Capital 7500 7500 7500 7500
Investor's Share Retained Earnings -500 5736 16874 32580
Total Equity 2500 9000 21472 43748 75160
Total Liabilities & Equity 2700 9600 22472 45048 76760
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By June 20 Year 1 Pro Forma Expenditures and Investments:
Bicycle Assets 7500
Parts 500
Ads, etc. 1000
Total 9000
Less Accounts Payable 600
Projected Cash Usage 8400
Note: Additional bicyles bought in mid-June each year.
Note: Assumes founder and outside investor splitting retained earnings 50/50.

Profit and Loss Projection (Also Called Income Statement) for Bob’s Rent-A-Bike

Cash Flow Projection, Bob’s Rent-A-Bike

Key Ratio’s for Bob’s Rent-A-Bike

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