Financial Statement Preparation
Perhaps you have the text for your business plan ready to go, but need some help in formulating one or more of the big 5 financial statements. Petrini and Workman stands ready to assist you
Sales Projections with Assumptions
Having trouble with forecasting your sales into the future? Most prospective investors want to see sales forecasts that extend out 3 to 5 years after funding is achieved. Simply put, they want to see what the money will do for the business’s top line. However, this must be built with clearly identified assumptions so that an investor can see if the forecast is realistic.
Have a Petrini and Workman Business Development Specialist help you build your sales projections with clearly articulated and defined assumptions.
Pro Forma P & L Statements
Pro forma, Latin for “as a matter of form”, in the world of finance it simply means a presentation based upon hypothetical information. Sales projection are important, but they hardly tell everyone the complete story. Sales projections tell you about the top line (revenues), P & L statements take a summary of that information, and add in the summary of the costs (COGS, fixed and variable business expenses, including salary, rent, etc.) and reveal whether the company made or lost money. Investors will want to see Pro forma P & L statements along with your 3 to 5-year sales forecasts.
Have a Petrini and Workman Business Development Specialist help you build your Pro Forma P & L Statements.
Fee $250.00 * Must have Sales Forecasts covering the same period.
Pro Forma Balance Sheet
A balance sheet is a financial report that provides a “snapshot” of a company’s financial condition with regards to the status of a company’s assets, liabilities, and owners’ equity on a given date. The Proforma component means that this will be based upon hypothetical information forecasted out into the future based upon the Sales Forecast and P & L Statements. Again, this should be forecasted out 3 to 5 years, just like your sales forecast and P & L Statements.
Have a Petrini and Workman Business Development Specialist help you build your Pro Forma Balance Sheets.
Fee $100.00 * Must have Pro Forma P & L Statements
Cash Flow Analysis
A Cash Flow Analysis is a financial report that analyzes all the changes that affect the cash account during an accounting period looking at all changes in cash in the categories of operations, investments, and finances. A company with more cash coming in than going out is considered Cash Flow Positive while the opposite is Cash Flow Negative. Cash Flow is an extremely important element for any business to monitor. Even companies that have assets well more than the liabilities may end up bankrupt simply because they failed to monitor their cash position appropriately and could not generate enough cash to meet current obligations.
The Cash Flow Analysis for investment purposes should follow the Pro Forma P & L, Balance Sheet, and Sales Forecasts.
Have a Petrini and Workman Business Development Specialist help you build your Cash Flow Analysis.
Fee $250.00 * Must have Pro Forma P & L and Pro Forma Balance Sheet
A Break-Even Analysis is a financial report that determines the volume of sales at which fixed and variable costs will be covered, known as the Break Even Point. All sales beyond this point will lead profits, all sales below this point lead to losses.
Have a Petrini & Workman Business Development Specialist help you build your Break-Even Analysis.
Fee $150.00 * Must have Pro Forma P & L and Sales Forecasts Assumptions
All 5 Financial Statements
Have a Petrini and Workman Business Development Specialist help you with all 5 of the Financial Statements.
Fee $1050.00 *