Use the “NAB Company Portfolio” (see: Course Required Files in Week 1) for reference. Provide the following information below. For year one of your NAB company’s Business Plan, complete the Income Statement, Cash Flow Projections, and Balance Sheet sections from the “Business Plan Financials” MS Excel template (see: Course Required Files in Week 1). Note: Attach the MS Excel worksheet to the discussion thread. Hints: Your marketing costs should already be included as you created your Marketing Budget in Week 4 and those will be filled in automatically. Hints: Use the figures you arrived at in the operations and technology sections of your plan to help fill out your financial forms. Hints: Work through the worksheets in order. The excel worksheets will automatically enter the numbers into your Income Statement. Develop the following financial sections of your NAB company’s Business Plan. Note: Attach the MS Word document to the discussion thread. Sources and use of funds Plan assumptions Break-even analysis

 
 

Use the “NAB Company Portfolio” (see: Course Required Files in Week 1) for reference. Provide the following information below.

  1. For year one of your NAB company’s Business Plan, complete the Income Statement, Cash Flow Projections, and Balance Sheet sections from the “Business Plan Financials” MS Excel template (see: Course Required Files in Week 1). Note: Attach the MS Excel worksheet to the discussion thread.
    • Hints: Your marketing costs should already be included as you created your Marketing Budget in Week 4 and those will be filled in automatically.
    • Hints: Use the figures you arrived at in the operations and technology sections of your plan to help fill out your financial forms.
    • Hints: Work through the worksheets in order. The excel worksheets will automatically enter the numbers into your Income Statement.
  2. Develop the following financial sections of your NAB company’s Business Plan. Note: Attach the MS Word document to the discussion thread.
    1. Sources and use of funds
    2. Plan assumptions
    3. Break-even analysis
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