Without the terms and numbers, a business plan is only conceptual. One of the essential components of a business plan is the financial section. If you wish to obtain a bank loan or to convince investors to invest in your business – you need a feasible business plan. Call our consultants to dicuss your business plans.
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As financial experts, and through our years of experience, we know exactly what lenders and banks want to see in a business plan. So, we’ll do everything in our power to get you the loan that you need. We’ll provide you with a business plan that can show the business forecasts for the next three to five years, including a detailed first twelve-month forecast. Our team of expert accountants strives to be in constant communication with you and reply promptly to any enquiries.
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In order to have an efficient and accurate business plan, you will need to carefully go through a few sections. If you’re seeking external funding, you’ll need to know how much capital your business will need. Within your business plan, you’ll also need to reassure your lenders with detailing the security you can offer them as well as how you plan on repaying any borrowings. As the most important aspect, you’ll need to explain your projected and current sources of income and revenue.
It’s optional to include your own personal finances. Analysing your financial forecast is vital to a business plan, but so is performing a risk analysis. It is considered good practice if you review any risks that your business may face. Risks can be anything from competitor actions, commercial issues, operation failures, to staff or weather risks. We’ll aid you in finding these risks as well as inform you of any contingencies and insurances that would cover those.
We care for our clients. Building and maintaining fantastic relationships is what we do best, we will never treat you as a number which is what makes our approach so unique. The highest level of customer service combined with a keenness to listen and work together with our clients means that we leave a stream of happy clients in our wake every single day. Our services come with unlimited help and support provided at no extra cost throughout the year.That help and advice will all come courtesy of your own fully qualified and dedicated small business accountant.
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