• Business Plan For An Established Business
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    This business plan consists of a narrative and several financial spreadsheets. The narrative template is the body of the business plan. It contains more than 150 questions divided into several sections. Work through the sections in any order you like, except for the Executive Summary, which should be done last. Skip any questions that do not apply to your business. When you are finished writing your first draft, you will have a collection of small essays on the various topics of the business pl...
  • Analysis Of Accounts Receivables
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    Analysis of Accounts Receivable Analysis of accounts receivable involves two issues: the relative size of accounts receivable and the adequacy of the allowance for uncollected accounts (Murray, Neumann, & Elgers, 2000, p. 220). Size-The size of accounts receivable is usually assessed relative to the amount of credit sales. This seems appropriate because credit sales give rise to accounts receivable (accounts receivable earns no return after the discount period has expired). Most firms do not sep...
  • Estimating Department Costs Job Production
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    Pre-amble Custometal Pty Ltd has been trading since 1992 under a couple of different names before becoming a proprietorship in 1998. Since its conception in 1992 it has been with the same owner and trades today as a sole proprietorship. Custometal's customers consist of the construction industry across Melbourne. Custometal is what is known in the industry as a metal work sub-contractor, with our scope of works basically consisting of custom fabricating all metal items excluding structural steel...
  • Cash Flow Debt Value Equity
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    When a firm grows, it needs capital, and that capital can come from debt or equity. Debt has two important advantages. First, interest paid on Debt is tax deductible to the corporation. This effectively reduces the debt's effective cost. Second, debt holders get a fixed return so stockholders do not have to share their profits if the business is extremely successful. Debt has disadvantages as well, the higher the debt ratio, the riskier the company, hence higher the cost of debt as well as equi...
  • Corporate Downsizing A Profitable Benefit Or An Unpredictable Disaster
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    OUTLINE I. An introduction to corporate downsizing. II. The reasons behind a company downsizing. A. Cash flow, profits, and profit margins. B. Organizational structure and procedures. III. Planning the downsizing. A. Pro and con factors. B. Identifying the options. IV. Implementing the downsizing. A. Announcing the action. B. Communicate. C. Staff Stability. V. Conclusion Corporate Downsizing: A Profitable Benefit Or An Unprofitable Disaster The unemployment level is at an all-time low. The...
  • Busines Plan Business Cash Sales
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    THE BUSINESS PLAN - ROAD MAP TO SUCCESS A Tutorial and Self-paced Activity[Download Version][Text Version][Wide-Print Version] [Spanish Version]BUSINESS PLAN OUTLINE Use the outline below as a guide. Also see Outside Business Plan Resources at the bottom of the page. Elements of a Business Plan o 1. Cover sheet o 2. Statement of purpose o 3. Table of contents o I. The Business A. Description of business B. Marketing C. Competition D. Operating procedures E. Personnel F. Business insurance G. F...
  • Business Plan Chicks On The Beach
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    Executive Summary Hot Chicks on the Beach is a business located in Bondi, Sydney that aims to sell high quality, gourmet chicken dishes in a clean, customer friendly environment. The company will hold high moral and ethical values toward the environment and its consumers. The sole trader, Cassie Jones, hopes to provide products that will benefit the businesses consumers, while remaining as an ecologically sustainable enterprise. Business Name The name of the business will be Hot Chicks on the Be...
  • Factors Causing Failure Success Of A Firm
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    Introduction: A failing company is an entity whose profit rate is substantially lower than the average profit rate of its competitors. A company can lose its competitive advantage but still not fail. It may just earn average profits. Failure implies something more drastic. Failing companies typically earn low or negative profits - meaning the company is at competitive disadvantage. Companies which succeed in building a competitive advantage and sustaining the durability of their competitive adv...
  • Should The Acquisition Of Bass By Interbrew Be Allowed
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    The purpose of this investigation is to establish whether the acquisition of Bass by Interbrew should be allowed. There will be many elements to look at in order to reach a final conclusion but in the first light, it seems that the takeover is a good idea. Interbrew is one of the largest brewers in the world and I think that the acquisition should go ahead because the merger would make interbrew one of the largest brewer in Great Britain with an overall market share of approximately 33% to 38%. ...