Things to know on Projected Financials

    Projected Financials are the expected revenues & expenses of the business.

    In order to grab attention of the users of financial statements the Projected financials should be prepared with utmost care.

    Projected financials should always be realistic and reflect the fair picture of an organisation.

     Key Elements of Your Financial Projection All financial projections should include three types of financial statements:


Income Statement: An Income Statement shows your revenues, expenses and profit for a particular period. If you are developing these projections prior to starting your business, this is where you will want to do the bulk of your forecasting

Cash Flow Projection: A Cash Flow Projection will demonstrate to a loan officer or investor that you are a good credit risk and can pay back a loan if it's granted



Balance Sheet: This overview will present a picture of your business' net worth at a particular time. It is a summary of all your business' financial data in three categories: assets, liabilities and equity.



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