How to Write a Business Plan (Download-PDF-Book Review-Online Reading-Summary)

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Summary Write a business plan that potential investors will embrace!
If you are thinking about starting a business or raising money to expand an existing one, you need a plan. Running a successful business requires a lot of foresight, so write a business plan and secure the future of your company. How to write a business plan will show you how to write the right plan for your business and design a loan package necessary to finance your business and make it work.
With this all-in-one highly successful guide, you will learn to:
. find out if your business idea will make money.
estimate operating expenses.
prepare the cash flow.
create profit and loss forecasts.
determine assets, liabilities, and equity.
find potential sources of financing.
think first before borrowing from friends and relatives, and
. Present your plan professionally to lenders and investors
How to write a business plan provides spreadsheets that help you determine and forecast cash flow, financial statements, sales income and profits and losses. It also provides three sample business plans that you can modify for your own use. This edition is updated completely, providing completely new online resources and updated examples of successful business plans.

Review
"Here is an easy-to-follow book that takes the reader step by step to reach a successful business enterprise." San Francisco Examiner
"An essential book to help entrepreneurs" Dallas Morning News "McKeever presents readers with a comprehensive guide to creating a business plan for existing or potential companies, including the preparation of financial statements Explain why writing a business plan is suitable for some companies and may not be suitable for others, the self-assessment and the monetary aptitude necessary to start a business successfully, choose the right type of business, possible sources of financing to start or expand a business, sell a business plan to Investors, and a wide variety of other related topics.The author is a successful entrepreneur and business broker residing in the United States. " Eithne O'Leyne, Editor, ProtoView

About the Author
Mike McKeever has a B.A. in Economics from Whittier College, a Masters in Economics from the School of Economics of London (England) and has done a postgraduate work in financial analysis at the USC Business School. Mike has taught at numerous community colleges about entrepreneurship and small business management. He has published articles on entrepreneurship for Dow Jones publications, the Sloan Publications Business Journal and numerous newspapers and periodicals. Mike runs a company, Business Plan Workshop, in which his business plan book occupies a prominent place.

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