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Your Cash Flow "Cash position Year 3" entry must match your "End Date" entry for "Cash in Bank" on your Balance Sheet

by ohkevmanaol, Window Shopper

  • Created: June 11, 2013, 5:24 pm
What does this mean, how do i do this? At this point im just making up numbers to satisfy this criteria but i dont know what im doing.

Nsor Okpa Ojiji | Window Shopper | 3/5/2014 - 7:55 am

What would i be commenting on when I have not read the Balance Sheet

bizplanmentor | Window Shopper | 6/25/2013 - 9:04 pm

This is why fill in the blank templates might not be the best way to go. It
does you no good to just plug in bogus numbers and not understand what you
are doing. Learning how to write a business plan is crucial. You need to be
able to see actual examples of the financial statements and where each number
comes from. Start with the assumptions as that is the easiest, most basic
report. From those numbers you build the rest of the spreadsheets. Doing it
from scratch you know what each figure means and you remain in control in of
your business plan.

abrown | SBA Official | 6/25/2013 - 10:03 am

The value for the "Cash Position Year 3" field on the Cash Flow spreadsheet has to match the value in the "End Date Cash in Bank" field on the Balance Sheet.