ARSD India Revenue Forecast Comprehensive Financial Plan

Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma College India

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Assignment Content

• Explain the uses for each of the three classifications of ratios: liquidity, solvency, and profitability.
• Calculate the current ratio, profit margin, and after tax ROE, and then compare these with the ratios provided (access the Financial Statements along with the Ratio Analysis from the company selected in the Week 1 Overview of Financial Statement assignment).

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Purpose of Assignment

The purpose of this assignment is for students to initiate and complete a comprehensive financial plan. The ultimate result will be a set of pro forma financial statements including an Income Statement, Balance Sheet, and Cash Flow Statement. The student will develop requisite assumptions about the dollar values to be budgeted.

Assignment Steps

Search the internet for financial statements of publicly traded companies.

Evaluate financial ratios in a minimum 1,050 words which includes the following:

Cite a minimum of one peer reviewed reference from the University Library.

Format assignment consistent with APA guidelines.

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A Financial Plan

Name

Institution

FINANCIAL PLAN

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Introduction
A financial plan is a written document that helps business owners to maintain financial health in
a business. To start of the paper, I will start by evaluating the current financial status of a virtual
public company. I will later I will name it Company Y. I will later evaluate the status and
determine whether things are progressing on well or otherwise.
Current Situation
This is the determination of where the company current stands. To understand this, a number of
statements have to be made. They have been demonstrated below.
Cash flow
This includes the financial gains that the company have received in that respective month. In this
case, the company only received finances from sales and other investments.
Source of income

Amount (\$) June

Amount (\$) May

Sales

52,000

50,000

Investments

11,000

16,000

Total Income

63,000

66,000

Assets
These are the materials that are owned by the company with a monetary value. They range from
vehicles and other machines to chairs and tables.
Asset

Worth (\$) June

Worth (\$) May

Vehicles

300,000

293,800

Land

150,150

150,150

Machines

403,580

405,460

FINANCIAL PLAN

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Other assets

61,200

61,200

Total

914,930

910,610

Expenses
This includes the things that demands to be paid for. They are deductions from what the
Expenses

Amount (\$) June

Amount (\$) May

Electricity

1,250

1,200

Property Rented

3,000

3,000

Salaries

5,000

5,100

Transport

950

975

Investment

2,000

1,650

Loans Repayments

1,000

1,000

Taxes

700

650

Other expenses

1,250

1,350

Total expenses

15,150

14,925

Net Worth

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