Integrated financial statements are a key part of the financial plan. A sound set of financial statements will serve your business well and make investors much more amenable to making an investment. The integrated financial statements, 16 worksheets in total, include (for start-up through year 4):

  • Income statement
  • Balance sheet
  • Cash flow
  • Operations
  • Revenue
  • Cost of goods sold (COGS), plant expenses, etc.
  • Expense sheets for RD&E, direct labor overhead, and more
  • Headcount and salary data
  • Current liabilities
  • Return on investment (ROI) and valuation

The entrepreneur begins by specifying headcount build-up and salaries, corporate expenses (rent, office, etc.) and other expenses for RD&E, manufacturing, product COGS, and key financial assumptions. The spreadsheets automatically roll-up data and make appropriate financial calculations to derive all important financial statements. Some basic knowledge of Microsoft Excel is appropriate.

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Rocky Richard Arnold

Bay Area, CA

Call: 650-598-9675
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The Author provides limited-engagement consulting to early-stage technology companies under the name RAM Consultancy USA. See for more information.