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Business Plan for Educational Donation Support Services

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This Business Plan for an Educational Donation Support Services company allows entrepreneurs or business owners to create a comprehensive and professional business plan. This template form allows a business to outline the company's objectives and detail both current company information as well as any past performance. Companies should include a complete market analysis in their plan to help showcase why their business strategy will be effective in the market. Future company plans, including production targets, management strategy, and financial forecasting, should be used to demonstrate and confirm that the company's short-term and long-term objective can and will be met. This model plan can be customized to best fit the unique needs of any entrepreneur or owner that is seeking to create a strong business plan.

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									This Business Plan for an Educational Donation Support Services company allows
entrepreneurs or business owners to create a comprehensive and professional business
plan. This template form allows a business to outline the company's objectives and
detail both current company information as well as any past performance. Companies
should include a complete market analysis in their plan to help showcase why their
business strategy will be effective in the market. Future company plans, including
production targets, management strategy, and financial forecasting, should be used to
demonstrate and confirm that the company's short-term and long-term objective can
and will be met. This model plan can be customized to best fit the unique needs of any
entrepreneur or owner that is seeking to create a strong business plan.
                          [Company Name]




                                       Contact: [Name]
                                      Address: [Address]
                                Direct Phone: XXX-XXX-XXXX
                                  Cell Phone: XXX-XXX-XXXX
                                   Email: [Email Address]
                                 Website: [Website Address]




© Copyright 2012 Docstoc Inc.                                 1
                                       Confidentiality Agreement

The undersigned reader acknowledges that the information provided by '[Company Name]' in
this business plan is confidential; therefore, reader agrees not to disclose it without the express
written permission of '[Company Name]'.

It is acknowledged by reader that information to be furnished in this business plan is in all respects
confidential in nature, other than information which is in the public domain through other means
and that any disclosure or use of same by reader may cause serious harm or damage to
'[Company Name]'.

Upon request, this document is to be immediately returned to '[Company Name]'.




___________________
Signature




___________________
Name (typed or printed)




___________________
Date




                   This is a business plan. It does not imply an offering of securities.




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1.0 Executive Summary .................................................................................................................... 1
    Chart: Highlights .......................................................................................................................... 2
  1.1 Objectives.................................................................................................................................... 2
  1.2 Mission .......................................................................................................................................... 3
  1.3 Keys to Success ........................................................................................................................ 3
2.0 Organization Summary .............................................................................................................. 3
  2.1 Legal Entity ................................................................................................................................. 4
  2.2 Start-up Summary ................................................................................................................... 4
    Table: Start-up.............................................................................................................................. 4
    Chart: Start-up ............................................................................................................................. 5
3.0 Services ............................................................................................................................................ 5
4.0 Market Analysis Summary ........................................................................................................ 5
  4.1 Market Segmentation ............................................................................................................. 6
    Table: Market Analysis ............................................................................................................... 6
    Chart: Market Analysis (Pie) .................................................................................................... 7
  4.2 Target Market Segment Strategy ...................................................................................... 7
  4.3 Service Providers Analysis .................................................................................................... 7
    4.3.1 Alternatives and Usage Patterns ................................................................................ 8
5.0 Web Plan Summary ..................................................................................................................... 8
  5.1 Website Marketing Strategy ................................................................................................. 8
  5.2 Development Requirements ................................................................................................. 8
6.0 Strategy and Implementation Summary ............................................................................ 8
  6.1 SWOT Analysis .......................................................................................................................... 9
    6.1.1 Strengths ............................................................................................................................. 9
    6.1.2 Weaknesses ........................................................................................................................ 9
    6.1.3 Opportunities ..................................................................................................................... 9
    6.1.4 Threats ................................................................................................................................. 9
  6.2 Competitive Edge ................................................................................................................... 10
  6.3 Marketing Strategy ................................................................................................................ 10
  6.4 Fundraising Strategy ............................................................................................................. 10
    6.4.1 Funding Forecast ............................................................................................................ 11
      Table: Funding Forecast ...................................................................................................... 11
      Chart: Funding Monthly ....................................................................................................... 12
      Chart: Funding by Year ........................................................................................................ 12
7.0 Management Summary ............................................................................................................ 13
  7.1 Personnel Plan ......................................................................................................................... 13
  8.0 Financial Plan ........................................................................................................................... 13
  8.1 Start-up Funding .................................................................................................................... 14
    Table: Start-up Funding .......................................................................................................... 14
  8.2 Important Assumptions ....................................................................................................... 15
  8.3 Break-even Analysis .............................................................................................................. 15
    Table: Break-even Analysis.................................................................................................... 15
    Chart: Break-even Analysis ................................................................................................... 15
  8.4 Projected Surplus or Deficit ............................................................................................... 16

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     Table: Surplus and Deficit ...................................................................................................... 16
     Chart: Surplus Monthly ............................................................................................................ 17
     Chart: Surplus Yearly ............................................................................................................... 17
     Chart: Gross Surplus Monthly ............................................................................................... 18
     Chart: Gross Surplus Yearly .................................................................................................. 18
   8.5 Projected Cash Flow .............................................................................................................. 19
     Table: Cash Flow ........................................................................................................................ 19
     Table: Cash Flow (Continued) ............................................................................................... 20
     Chart: Cash .................................................................................................................................. 20
   8.6 Projected Balance Sheet ...................................................................................................... 21
     Table: Balance Sheet ................................................................................................................ 21
   8.7 Standard Ratios ...................................................................................................................... 21
     Table: Ratios ................................................................................................................................ 22
   8.8 Long-term Plan ........................................................................................................................ 23

APPENDIX
Table: Funding Forecast .................................................................................................................... 1
Table: Surplus and Deficit ................................................................................................................ 2
Table: Cash Flow .................................................................................................................................. 3
Table: Balance Sheet .......................................................................................................................... 5




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1.0 Executive Summary

   Introduction
   The goals of ’[Company Name]’ are to provide schools with donations on an independent level,
   while allowing sponsors to decide where the donations are actually going. '[Company Name]'
   strives to help schools improve by getting back what has been lost through educational cuts, as
   well as bring back special education programs for mentally and physically challenged children.
   The Organization will also provide additional funding for teachers, in order to reduce the size of
   classrooms as well as improve the quality of education.

   '[Company Name]' realizes that not every child has the opportunity of obtaining a quality
   education although they deserve to; thus, their organization will aid the lowest educational
   ranking states, allowing them to improve and compete effectively with the higher educational
   ranking states. Furthermore, '[Company Name]' will expand its exposure through effective
   marketing as well as introducing the area to market segments that have not yet discovered the
   Organization.

   '[Company Name]' is very community oriented. The start-up educational support
   services organization strives to improve the schooling and educational programs in communities
   throughout the US. By providing schools with funding for supplies, tutorial programs, books,
   etc; it will improve and enhance the lives of children. '[Company Name]' also plans to setup a
   charter school to assist students who aren’t doing well in public schools, to help them flourish
   and get them back on track. With proper support, '[Company Name]' will be able to increase its
   services, be a positive resource for its community as well as to schools nationwide.

   Location
   '[Company Name]' is located in [City, State] at [Name]'s residence. The Organization plans to
   relocate once it grows and builds a strong support base.

   The Organization
   '[Company Name]' was established in 2010 as an educational support services organization.
   The owners of '[Company Name]' are [Name], [Name]and [Name]. Each owner has a strong
   managerial and sales background. They are all equally passionate about improving the current
   quality of education, especially in schools and communities in their local state-- Nevada, where
   the education level is poor. Therefore, the owners will start by enhancing the state of Nevada's
   schools and educational programs, and then expand to improve the educational quality of
   schools and communities throughout the United States.

   Our Services
   '[Company Name]' will provide a number of educational support services to the public and
   charter school population. These services will include: hosting fundraisers and providing
   donations to specific schools or educational programs; raise awareness in the community by
   targeting leaders and businesses across the nation to contribute to schools; assist teachers with
   classroom budgets. '[Company Name]' believes that improving the education level at schools is
   vital to building a promising future for children throughout the country.




                                   [Name] [XXX-XXX-XXXX] | 1.0 Executive Summary 1
   The Market
   '[Company Name]' provides its services to schools within the [City, State] area as well as
   public and private schools throughout the US. By supplying clients with effective educational
   support services, '[Company Name]' will meet the key needs of its market as well as improve
   the quality of education in schools and in the community.

   Financial Considerations
   The current financial plan for '[Company Name]' is to host fundraising events and accept
   donations to provide educational support services to schools and communities throughout the
   US. The Organization forecast that it will raise $200,000 during its first year of business.

   Chart: Highlights




1.1 Objectives

   '[Company Name]' has six main objectives:

      Reach businesses anywhere and everywhere that care about their communities, and their
       children struggling to be educated.
      Provide schools with donations on an independent level.
      Allow sponsors to decide where the donations are actually going.
      Helping schools improve by getting back what has been lost through educational cuts. (e.g.
       books, computers, equipment and teachers).
      Bring back special education programs for mentally and physically challenged children.
      Provide additional funding for teachers, in order to reduce the size of classrooms, as well
       improve the quality of education.




                                  [Name] [XXX-XXX-XXXX] | 1.0 Executive Summary 2
1.2 Mission

   The mission '[Company Name]' is to support schools throughout the nation with funding
   supplied through the Organization’s fundraiser events. [NAME] will be helping schools on an
   independent level, so they may improve their standards, which has been lost due to the
   financial cut backs in the school system. The organization realizes that not every child has the
   opportunity of obtaining a quality education, although they deserve to; thus, the
   Organization will aid the lowest educational ranking states, by giving them the necessary tools
   and skills that will allow them to improve and compete with the higher educational ranking
   states.

1.3 Keys to Success

   '[Company Name]' keys to success include:

      Experienced people involved in the Organization's marketing strategy, as well as grass roots
       involvement starting with local council men and educators, all the way up to congress.
      To spread the message by beginning with low key group meetings to educate and recruit
       volunteers.
      Plan events to raise funds and awareness in the community, to get local businesses involved
       and donate to the cause, eventually building the momentum for the Organization's first
       inaugural event. Additionally, this will build a foundation of awareness in the community
       that will allow the Organization to grow.

2.0 Organization Summary

   '[Company Name]' is headquartered in [City, State]

   Contact: [Name]
   Address: [Address]
   Direct Phone: XXX-XXX-XXXX
   Cell Phone: XXX-XXX-XXXX
   Email: [Email Address]
   Website: [Website Address]

   '[Company Name]' is a start-up 501 (c)(3) organization headquartered in [City, State] .
   '[Company Name]' was established in 2010 as an educational support services organization.
   The owners of '[Company Name]' are [Name], [Name]and [Name]. Each owner has a strong
   managerial and sales background. They are all passionate about improving and enhancing the
   current quality of education with schools and communities in their local state, Nevada, where
   the education level is poor. Therefore, the owners will start by improving the state of Nevada's
   schools and educational programs, and then expand to improve the educational quality of
   schools and communities throughout the United States.

   '[Company Name]' will provide a number of educational support services to the public and
   charter school population, which includes: hosting fundraisers and providing donations to
   specific schools or educational programs; raise awareness in the community by targeting
   leaders and businesses across the nation to contribute to schools; assist teachers with
   classroom budgets. '[Company Name]' believes that improving the education level at schools is
   vital   to  building  a    promising  future   for  children   throughout    the    country.




                               [Name] [XXX-XXX-XXXX] | 2.0 Organization Summary 3
2.1 Legal Entity

    '[Company Name]' is a 501 (c)(3) not-for-profit organization located in [City, State] .
    '[Company Name]' was formed in 2010. The owners of the Organization are [Name],
    [Name]and [Name]. Each owner has 33% ownership of the Organization.

2.2 Start-up Summary

    The following table and chart shows the start-up costs for '[Company Name]'. The Organization
    is currently operating in a residential location ([Name]'s home) thus it has minimal cost and
    start up expenses. The Organization's legal fees consist of filing for the 501 (c)(3) status, IRS
    fees, and other important business documents. The Organization also has advertising and
    website expenses.

Table: Start-up

Start-up

Requirements

Start-up Expenses
Legal                                                         $1,400
Website                                                       $1,000
Advertising                                                   $2,000
Other                                                          $600
Total Start-up Expenses                                       $5,000

Start-up Assets
Cash Required                                                     $0
Other Current Assets                                          $1,000
Long-term Assets                                              $3,000
Total Assets                                                  $4,000

Total Requirements                                            $9,000




                                [Name] [XXX-XXX-XXXX] | 2.0 Organization Summary 4
Chart: Start-up




3.0 Services

   '[Company Name]' will provide a number of services that will enhance educational programs in
   Nevada as well as throughout the US. These services include:

      Hosting fundraisers and providing donations to specific schools or educational programs
      Raise awareness in the community by targeting leaders, businesses across the nation to
       contribute to schools.
      Assist teachers with classroom budgets

   '[Company Name]' will raise the bar of education, so children throughout the US may achieve
   and succeed in their schooling. The Organization will need to start locally to create support and
   recognition of the foundation and its intentions. Once it’s established, it will offer its services on
   a national level.

4.0 Market Analysis Summary

   The educational support services industry is comprised of establishments primarily engaged in
   offering educational courses and services, such as; music schools, drama schools, language
   schools, short-term examination preparatory schools, student exchange programs, curriculum
   development, and vocational counseling.

   Educational support services present students and their parents with a greater range of
   instructional options, thus schools and students will be encouraged to strive for excellence.
   Charter schools, which usually are run by teachers and parents or, increasingly, by private
   firms, operate independently of the school system, set their own standards, and practice a
   variety of innovative teaching methods. Businesses strive to improve education by donating
   instructional equipment, lending personnel for teaching and mentoring, hosting visits to the
   workplace, and providing job-shadowing and internship opportunities. Businesses also
   collaborate with educators to develop curricula that will provide students with the skills they
   need to cope with new technology in the workplace.

                                                 [Name] [XXX-XXX-XXXX] | 3.0 Services 5
    '[Company Name]'s business plan focuses on providing its services to schools within the Las
    Vegas, NV area as well as public and private schools throughout the US. '[Company Name]' has
    the services necessary to flourish within these markets. By delivering superior customer service
    and developing an outstanding reputation, '[Company Name]'s potential is excellent.

4.1 Market Segmentation

    '[Company Name]' will focus on providing the proper educational support services to schools
    and communities throughout the US. '[Company Name]'s market segmentation scheme is fairly
    straightforward, and focuses on the target market, public and private schools throughout the
    US. This market deserves a quality education and its '[Company Name]'s duty to provide the
    support services that meet their expectations.

    '[Company Name]' knows that there will always be a need for educational support services.
    Clients within the educational support services industry want to provide the best education to
    students within their communities. '[Company Name]'s clientele will appreciate the quality
    service that the Organization offers, as well as the knowledgeable and experienced staff.
    These clients will understand that supporting '[Company Name]'' is indeed beneficial to them
    because the Organization delivers the dedication and devotion that they desire.

    The table below shows the number of elementary and middle schools, secondary schools, and
    post-secondary schools located within the US.

Table: Market Analysis

Market Analysis
                                      Year 1      Year 2     Year 3     Year 4      Year 5
Potential Recipients      Growth                                                               CAGR
Elementary and Middle        2%       87,900     89,658      91,451     93,280      95,146     2.00%
Schools
Secondary Schools             2%      37,100     37,842      38,599     39,371      40,158     2.00%
Post-Secondary Schools        1%      10,403     10,507      10,612     10,718      10,825     1.00%
Total                      1.92%     135,403    138,007     140,662    143,369     146,129     1.92%




                            [Name] [XXX-XXX-XXXX] | 4.0 Market Analysis Summary 6
   Chart: Market Analysis (Pie)




4.2 Target Market Segment Strategy

   '[Company Name]' will cater to public and private schools throughout the US. ''[Company
   Name]'' will focus on improving the quality of education provided to schools by raising money
   and providing educational support services.

   Currently, '[Company Name]'s choice of target markets is based on an in-depth understanding
   of its client's needs. '[Company Name]'s skills and capabilities will allow the Organization to
   effectively compete and build a reputation within its area. Therefore, developing a marketing
   strategy will allow the Organization to effectively build a strong clientele base.

4.3 Service Providers Analysis

   Most educational institutions operate 10 months a year, but summer sessions for special
   education or remedial students are not uncommon; institutions that cater to adult students,
   and those that offer educational support services, such as tutoring, generally operate year-
   round. Furthermore, school conditions often vary from town to town. Some schools in poorer
   neighborhoods may be rundown, have few supplies and equipment, and lack air conditioning.
   Other schools may be new and well equipped and maintained. Conditions at postsecondary
   institutions are generally very good. Regardless of the type of conditions facing elementary and
   secondary schools, seeing students develop and enjoy learning can be rewarding for teachers
   and other education workers.

   As simple as it may be, '[Company Name]'s method of executing exceptional service will have
   an important effect on the bottom line: People want to give their business to those who
   appreciate it. Skillful use of advertising, offering top-notch fundraising events and educational
   services, as well as a practice of strong communication will bring the support the Organization
   desires.



                            [Name] [XXX-XXX-XXXX] | 4.0 Market Analysis Summary 7
4.3.1 Alternatives and Usage Patterns

   Although other companies offer the same services, '[Company Name]' stands out because it
   offers clients its outstanding work ethics and impeccable customer service skills. '[Company
   Name]' will contribute to the community by effectively meeting schools and donors needs.
   Furthermore, '[Company Name]' knows that the proper image and visibility will aid the
   Organization in getting its name out and achieving its fundraising goals.

5.0 Web Plan Summary

   '[Company Name]' is heavily entrenched in the internet. The Organization's website is an
   opportunity     to offer current   information  on    service offerings, its  background
   and announcements. Additionally the website will allow supporters and sponsors to provide
   donations online. The website is another method to provide steady fundraiser opportunities
   in its service area.

   '[Company Name]' plans to enhance their website to provide an Internet presence that will
   better represent it through digital images and text and serve to more effectively market the
   Organization and expand its market. The Organization will use the site as a resource for people
   to make donations.

5.1 Website Marketing Strategy

   '[Company Name]' will have an effective website that allows supporters to donate to schools of
   their choice as well as providing specific information on the services offered. The Organization
   will create alliances with many local and national organizations; thus '[Company Name]' will
   capitalize on using its marketing channels to promote the website.

   The website will be promoted on all of its marketing materials. The Organization will
   advertise its site on its business cards as well as in other industry related publications.
   Additionally, The Organization plans to tie-into social media sites to expand its presence on the
   web and to reach its targeted customers.

5.2 Development Requirements

   '[Company Name]' will keep updated photos, calendars, donation details and information on the
   website so that it is helpful to customers searching the website and surfing the internet.
   The Organization will create an advertising presence by promoting the site online.

   '[Company Name]' has an attractive, simple and informative internet focused website. It is a
   user friendly site from a dependable hosting company. The owners of '[Company Name]' will
   continue to keep the website current.

6.0 Strategy and Implementation Summary

   '[Company Name]' has clearly defined the target market and has differentiated itself by offering
   a solid solution to fulfilling its clients needs. Reasonable fundraising targets have been
   established with an implementation plan designed to ensure the goals set forth below are
   achieved.




                                   [Name] [XXX-XXX-XXXX] | 5.0 Web Plan Summary 8
6.1 SWOT Analysis

   '[Company Name]' has a valuable inventory of strengths that will help it succeed. These
   strengths include: excellent and stable staff, with fundraising experience; industry knowledge
   and passion; numerous education options to reach students; and the ability to give donors a
   say where their donation is going. Strengths are valuable, but it is also important to realize the
   weaknesses that '[Company Name]' must address. The Organization's weaknesses include:
   being a new company; relying on grass roots marketing; and not having a company building.

   '[Company Name]’s strengths will help it capitalize on emerging opportunities. These
   opportunities include, but are not limited to, a growing market with a significant percentage of
   the target market still not knowing the Organization exists, as well as strategic alliances
   offering sources for referrals and joint marketing activities to extend the Organization's reach.
   '[Company Name]' currently has no threats.

6.1.1 Strengths

   '[Company Name]' has much notable strength. These strengths include the Organization's:

      Excellent and stable staff, with fundraising experience
      Industry knowledge and passion
      Numerous education options to reach students
      Ability to give donors a say where their donation is going

6.1.2 Weaknesses

   '[Company Name]' main weaknesses involve:

      Getting started; however, the Foundation can partner with other organizations that will
       jump start the process and make it stronger.
      Relying on grass roots marketing, which can be a slow process
      Not having a building; running the Organization from the owner’s residence

6.1.3 Opportunities

   Opportunities for '[Company Name]' include:

      Growing market with a significant percentage of its target market still not knowing it exists.
      Strategic alliances offering sources for referrals and joint marketing activities to extend the
       Organization's reach.

6.1.4 Threats

   '[Company Name]' currently has no threats. The Organization understands the needs of the
   community and knows that people want local schools to benefit from a good education.




                [Name] [XXX-XXX-XXXX] | 6.0 Strategy and Implementation Summary 9
6.2 Competitive Edge

   The owners of '[Company Name]' work diligently to offer numerous fundraising events to
   support schools and educational programs. There really is no competition although there are
   other foundations. The Organization already has the community support it needs to thrive. By
   building a business based on satisfying clients, '[Company Name]' simultaneously build
   defenses against competition. The Organization will help the community understand what it
   offers them and why they need it.

6.3 Marketing Strategy

   '[Company Name]' marketing strategy involves creating a marketing list and using word-of-
   mouth advertising as well as grass roots marketing and coffee shop meetings. Additionally the
   Organization will use local publications, brochures, business cards, online channels and its
   website to advertise it services.

   Currently,    '[Company    Name]'      has   an   advantage because the    owners, [Name],
   [Name]and [Name] are a superior business team that has excellent work ethics, customer
   service and communication skills. The owners also offers in-depth knowledge of running a
   successful 501 (c)(3) corporation, organizing fundraiser events and supporting schools and
   educational programs. '[Company Name]'s quality of work and level of integrity
   will help the Organization build a strong reputation within its community.

6.4 Fundraising Strategy

   The owners of '[Company Name]' have excellent customer relations, fundraising strategy, and
   strong work ethics.

   '[Company Name]' makes an effort to stay in line with other foundations offering similar
   services. Getting teachers, businesses and families involved is vital to the success of the
   Organization. Additionally, being honest and reliable, as well as utilizing strong communication
   skills and effective fundraising strategies will help the Foundation reach its goals. Furthermore,
   uplifting the community and keeping sponsors, donors, students, teachers and parents happy is
   an implicit part of building a relationship that will encourage donations and fundraising
   participation.




               [Name] [XXX-XXX-XXXX] | 6.0 Strategy and Implementation Summary 10
6.4.1 Funding Forecast

   The chart and table below show '[Company Name]'s projected Funding Forecast. Annual
   projections for five years are shown here, with first year monthly figures in the appendix.

   '[Company Name]'s funding forecast includes: fundraiser events and donations for schools and
   educational programs. Year one, Year two, Year three, Year four and Year five, funding forecast
   for '[Company Name]'s are $200,000, $220,000, $242,000, $266,200 and $292,820.

Table: Funding Forecast

Funding Forecast
                                    Year 1        Year 2        Year 3        Year 4        Year 5
Funding
Fundraiser Events                 $200,000      $220,000      $242,000      $266,200     $292,820

Total Funding                     $200,000      $220,000      $242,000      $266,200     $292,820

Direct Cost of Funding              Year 1        Year 2        Year 3        Year 4       Year 5
Fundraiser Events                  $80,000       $88,000       $96,800      $106,480     $117,128

Subtotal Cost of Funding           $80,000       $88,000       $96,800      $106,480     $117,128




                [Name] [XXX-XXX-XXXX] | 6.0 Strategy and Implementation Summary 11
Chart: Funding Monthly




Chart: Funding by Year




           [Name] [XXX-XXX-XXXX] | 6.0 Strategy and Implementation Summary 12
7.0 Management Summary

   '[Company Name]' is owned and operated by [Name] (Director of Advertising and Marketing),
   [Name](Director of Research) and [Name] (Director of Programming/ funding facilitator). Each
   owner brings years of managerial and sales experience. They also have ample fundraising
   experience and are passionate about providing educational support services to schools and
   communities throughout the US.

   The Foundation, being small in nature, requires a simple organizational structure.
   Implementation of this organizational form calls for the owners to handle all aspects of the
   business without the assistance of a full-time office staff; however, the Organization will rely
   heavily on volunteers to assist with fundraiser events. Furthermore, the Director of Research,
   Brian Thomas; will get additional assistance from his father, a university professor with more
   than 25 years of teaching, instructional coaching and research experience in the education
   industry, to assist the owners in providing viable educational programs to schools and
   communities.

7.1 Personnel Plan

   '[Company Name]' is a Start-Up organization. Currently the non-profit's personnel consist of
   the owners ([Name], [Name]and [Name]) as well as volunteers. The owners will not take out a
   salary or add additional personnel until the Organization grows, has a strong support base and
   has effectively established its services and presence within its area.

8.0 Financial Plan

   The current financial plan for ''[Company Name]'' is to host fundraising events and accept
   donations to provide education support services to schools and communities throughout the US.
   The Organization forecast that it will raise $200,000 during its first year of business.

   The following sections of this plan will serve to describe the Company's financial plan in more
   detail:

      Start-Up Funding
      Important Assumptions
      Break-even Analysis
      Projected Surplus or Deficit
      Cash Flow
      Balance Sheet
      Ratio




                                [Name] [XXX-XXX-XXXX] | 7.0 Management Summary 13
8.1 Start-up Funding

    '[Company Name]'s start-up costs include legal fees, website and advertising expenses, which
    are detailed in the Start-up Table. The following table shows how these start-up costs will be
    funded.

Table: Start-up Funding

Start-up Funding
Start-up Expenses to Fund                                  $5,000
Start-up Assets to Fund                                    $4,000
Total Funding Required                                     $9,000

Assets
Non-cash Assets from Start-up                              $4,000
Cash Requirements from Start-up                                $0
Additional Cash Raised                                         $0
Cash Balance on Starting Date                                  $0
Total Assets                                               $4,000

Liabilities and Capital

Liabilities
Current Borrowing                                              $0
Long-term Liabilities                                          $0
Accounts Payable (Outstanding Bills)                           $0
Other Current Liabilities (interest-free)                      $0
Total Liabilities                                              $0

Capital

Planned Investment
Owner                                                          $0
Investor                                                       $0
Additional Investment Requirement                          $9,000
Total Planned Investment                                   $9,000

Loss at Start-up (Start-up Expenses)                      ($5,000)
Total Capital                                               $4,000

Total Capital and Liabilities                              $4,000

Total Funding                                              $9,000




                                    [Name] [XXX-XXX-XXXX] | 7.0 Management Summary 14
8.2 Important Assumptions

   The table below presents the assumptions used in the financial calculations of this business
   plan.

   '[Company Name]'s average percent variable cost is estimated to be 40%. The estimated
   monthly fixed cost is $8,236.

8.3 Break-even Analysis

   For the break-even analysis, the monthly revenue needed to break-even is $13,727. The break-
   even analysis has been calculated on the "burn rate" of The Organization. '[Company Name]'
   feels that this gives the investor a more accurate picture of the actual risk of the venture.

Table: Break-even Analysis

Break-even Analysis

Monthly Revenue Break-even                      $13,727

Assumptions:
Average Percent Variable Cost                      40%
Estimated Monthly Fixed Cost                     $8,236



   Chart: Break-even Analysis




                                [Name] [XXX-XXX-XXXX] | 7.0 Management Summary 15
8.4 Projected Surplus or Deficit

   '[Company Name]'s Pro Forma Profit and Loss statement was constructed from a conservative
   point-of-view, and is based in large part on past performance.

   The funding for Year one, Year two, Year three, Year four and Year five are $200,000,
   $220,000, $242,000, $266,200 and $292,820, respectively. The net surplus for the same
   period is $1,166, $1,000, $500, $600 and ($340), respectively. The percentage of the
   net surplus/funding for this period is 0.58%, 0.45%, 0.21%, 0.23% and -0.12%, respectively.

   The Organization is currently operating in a residential location ([Name]'s home) thus it has
   minimal operating expenses.

Table: Surplus and Deficit

Surplus and Deficit
                                       Year 1     Year 2      Year 3        Year 4        Year 5
Funding                              $200,000   $220,000    $242,000      $266,200      $292,820
Direct Cost                           $80,000    $88,000     $96,800      $106,480      $117,128
Other Costs of Funding                $20,000    $22,000     $24,200       $26,620       $29,282
Total Direct Cost                    $100,000   $110,000    $121,000      $133,100      $146,410

Gross Surplus                        $100,000   $110,000    $121,000      $133,100      $146,410
Gross Surplus %                       50.00%     50.00%      50.00%        50.00%        50.00%


Expenses
Payroll                                    $0         $0          $0            $0            $0
Marketing/Promotion                    $2,004     $5,000      $7,500       $10,500       $15,750
Depreciation                               $0         $0          $0            $0            $0
Donations                             $96,830   $104,000    $113,000      $122,000      $131,000
Rent                                       $0         $0          $0            $0            $0
Utilities                                  $0         $0          $0            $0            $0
Insurance                                  $0         $0          $0            $0            $0
Payroll Taxes                              $0         $0          $0            $0            $0
Other                                      $0         $0          $0            $0            $0

Total Operating Expenses              $98,834   $109,000    $120,500      $132,500      $146,750

Surplus Before Interest and            $1,166     $1,000        $500          $600        ($340)
Taxes
EBITDA                                 $1,166     $1,000        $500          $600        ($340)
 Interest Expense                          $0         $0          $0            $0            $0
 Taxes Incurred                            $0         $0          $0            $0            $0

Net Surplus                            $1,166     $1,000        $500          $600         ($340)
Net Surplus/Funding                    0.58%      0.45%        0.21%         0.23%        -0.12%




                                   [Name] [XXX-XXX-XXXX] | 7.0 Management Summary 16
Chart: Surplus Monthly




Chart: Surplus Yearly




                         [Name] [XXX-XXX-XXXX] | 7.0 Management Summary 17
Chart: Gross Surplus Monthly




Chart: Gross Surplus Yearly




                              [Name] [XXX-XXX-XXXX] | 7.0 Management Summary 18
8.5 Projected Cash Flow

   The following table displays '[Company Name]'s cash flow, while the chart illustrates the
   monthly cash flow in the first year.

   The Organization plans on raising $200,000 through fundraising events. The money will be used
   to provide educational support services to schools and communities in the Las Vegas, NV area
   as well as schools throughout the US. The Organization’s purchases of current and long-term
   assets are also reflected in the table below.

   Monthly cash flow projections are also included in the appendix.

Table: Cash Flow

Pro Forma Cash Flow
                                        Year 1      Year 2        Year 3     Year 4       Year 5
Cash Received

Cash from Operations
Cash Funding                          $200,000   $220,000      $242,000    $266,200     $292,820
Subtotal Cash from Operations         $200,000   $220,000      $242,000    $266,200     $292,820

Additional Cash Received
Sales Tax, VAT, HST/GST                    $0          $0             $0        $0           $0
Received
New Current Borrowing                      $0          $0             $0        $0           $0
New Other Liabilities (interest-           $0          $0             $0        $0           $0
free)
New Long-term Liabilities                   $0         $0            $0          $0           $0
Sales of Other Current Assets               $0         $0            $0          $0           $0
Sales of Long-term Assets                   $0         $0            $0          $0           $0
New Investment Received                     $0         $0            $0          $0           $0
Subtotal Cash Received                $200,000   $220,000      $242,000    $266,200     $292,820




                                   [Name] [XXX-XXX-XXXX] | 7.0 Management Summary 19
Table: Cash Flow (Continued)

Expenditures                           Year 1     Year 2      Year 3     Year 4     Year 5

Expenditures from Operations
Cash Spending                              $0         $0          $0         $0         $0
Bill Payments                        $178,068   $221,766    $239,651   $263,619   $290,895
Subtotal Spent on Operations         $178,068   $221,766    $239,651   $263,619   $290,895

Additional Cash Spent
Sales Tax, VAT, HST/GST Paid              $0          $0         $0         $0         $0
Out
Principal Repayment of Current            $0          $0         $0         $0         $0
Borrowing
Other Liabilities Principal               $0          $0         $0         $0         $0
Repayment
Long-term Liabilities Principal           $0          $0         $0         $0         $0
Repayment
Purchase Other Current Assets          $1,000         $0          $0         $0         $0
Purchase Long-term Assets              $3,000         $0          $0         $0         $0
Dividends                                  $0         $0          $0         $0         $0
Subtotal Cash Spent                  $182,068   $221,766    $239,651   $263,619   $290,895

Net Cash Flow                         $17,932    ($1,766)     $2,349     $2,581     $1,925
Cash Balance                          $17,932    $16,166     $18,515    $21,096    $23,021




   Chart: Cash




                                  [Name] [XXX-XXX-XXXX] | 7.0 Management Summary 20
8.6 Projected Balance Sheet

    '[Company Name]'s net worth is $5,166, $6,166, $6,666, $7,266 and $6,926 for Year one, two,
    three, four and five respectively. The Organization's total assets for this same period will be
    $25,932, $24,166, $26,515, $29,096 and $31,021, respectively.

Table: Balance Sheet

Pro Forma Balance Sheet
                                    Year 1       Year 2        Year 3       Year 4       Year 5
Assets

Current Assets
Cash                               $17,932      $16,166      $18,515       $21,096      $23,021
Other Current Assets                $2,000       $2,000       $2,000        $2,000       $2,000
Total Current Assets               $19,932      $18,166      $20,515       $23,096      $25,021

Long-term Assets
Long-term Assets                    $6,000       $6,000       $6,000        $6,000       $6,000
Accumulated Depreciation                $0           $0           $0            $0           $0
Total Long-term Assets              $6,000       $6,000       $6,000        $6,000       $6,000
Total Assets                       $25,932      $24,166      $26,515       $29,096      $31,021

Liabilities and Capital             Year 1       Year 2        Year 3       Year 4       Year 5

Current Liabilities
Accounts Payable                   $20,766      $18,000      $19,849       $21,830      $24,095
Current Borrowing                       $0           $0           $0            $0           $0
Other Current Liabilities               $0           $0           $0            $0           $0
Subtotal Current Liabilities       $20,766      $18,000      $19,849       $21,830      $24,095

Long-term Liabilities                   $0           $0           $0            $0           $0
Total Liabilities                  $20,766      $18,000      $19,849       $21,830      $24,095

Paid-in Capital                     $9,000        $9,000       $9,000       $9,000        $9,000
Accumulated Surplus/Deficit       ($5,000)      ($3,834)     ($2,834)     ($2,334)      ($1,734)
Surplus/Deficit                     $1,166        $1,000        $500         $600         ($340)
Total Capital                       $5,166        $6,166       $6,666       $7,266        $6,926
Total Liabilities and Capital     $25,932       $24,166      $26,515      $29,096       $31,021

Net Worth                           $5,166       $6,166       $6,666        $7,266       $6,926


8.7 Standard Ratios

    The table below presents the projected business ratios from the educational support services as
    a reference with sales less than $500,000.




                                [Name] [XXX-XXX-XXXX] | 7.0 Management Summary 21
Table: Ratios

Ratio Analysis
                                      Year 1     Year 2     Year 3     Year 4    Year 5   Industry
                                                                                            Profile
Funding Growth                           n.a.   10.00%     10.00%     10.00%    10.00%      2.91%

Percent of Total Assets
Other Current Assets                 14.92%      12.13%     11.39%      9.83%     7.95%    46.83%
Total Current Assets                 55.23%      63.61%     65.84%     70.50%    76.15%    72.99%
Long-term Assets                     44.77%      36.39%     34.16%     29.50%    23.85%    27.01%
Total Assets                        100.00%     100.00%    100.00%    100.00%   100.00%   100.00%

Current Liabilities                  67.95%     62.52%     68.91%     67.36%    61.58%     54.90%
Long-term Liabilities                 0.00%      0.00%      0.00%      0.00%     0.00%     31.83%
Total Liabilities                    67.95%     62.52%     68.91%     67.36%    61.58%     86.73%
Net Worth                            32.05%     37.48%     31.09%     32.64%    38.42%     13.27%

Percent of Funding
Funding                             100.00%     100.00%    100.00%    100.00%   100.00%   100.00%
Gross Surplus                        95.00%      95.00%     95.00%     95.00%    95.00%    89.77%
Selling, General & Administrative    94.85%      94.14%     95.30%     94.56%    93.97%    39.59%
Expenses
Advertising Expenses                  1.00%      2.27%       3.10%     3.94%     5.38%      2.89%
Surplus Before Interest and           0.40%      0.86%      -0.30%     0.44%     1.03%     14.31%
Taxes

Main Ratios
Current                                 0.81       1.02        0.96      1.05      1.24       1.12
Quick                                   0.81       1.02        0.96      1.05      1.24       1.10
Total Debt to Total Assets           67.95%     62.52%      68.91%    67.36%    61.58%     86.73%
Pre-tax Return on Net Worth           6.89%     30.49%     -13.18%    17.73%    31.34%    208.32%
Pre-tax Return on Assets              2.21%     11.43%      -4.10%     5.79%    12.04%     27.64%

Additional Ratios                     Year 1     Year 2      Year 3    Year 4    Year 5
Net Surplus Margin                    0.15%      0.86%      -0.30%     0.44%     1.03%         n.a
Return on Equity                      6.89%     30.49%     -13.18%    17.73%    31.34%         n.a

Activity Ratios
Accounts Payable Turnover              12.05      12.17      12.17      12.17     12.17        n.a
Payment Days                              27         28         28         28        28        n.a
Total Asset Turnover                   14.92      13.34      13.78      13.09     11.64        n.a

Debt Ratios
Debt to Net Worth                       2.12       1.67       2.22       2.06      1.60        n.a
Current Liab. to Liab.                  1.00       1.00       1.00       1.00      1.00        n.a

Liquidity Ratios
Net Working Capital                  ($1,704)      $180     ($539)       $637    $3,667        n.a
Interest Coverage                        1.59       0.00      0.00       0.00      0.00        n.a

Additional Ratios
Assets to Funding                       0.07       0.07       0.07       0.08      0.09        n.a
Current Debt/Total Assets               68%        63%        69%        67%       62%         n.a
Acid Test                               0.81       1.02       0.96       1.05      1.24        n.a
Funding/Net Worth                      46.55      35.60      44.32      40.11     30.29        n.a
Dividend Payout                         0.00       0.00       0.00       0.00      0.00        n.a

                                    [Name] [XXX-XXX-XXXX] | 7.0 Management Summary 22
8.8 Long-term Plan

   '[Company Name]'s long-term goal is to reach businesses anywhere and everywhere that care
   about their communities and their children struggling to be educated. Their donations will
   benefit their communities, until the message reaches everyone, "WE NEED TO CARE ABOUT
   OUR CHILDREN’S EDUCATION!" and make a difference. Furthermore, the Organization will
   eventually setup a charter school to assist students who aren’t doing well in public schools, and
   will strive to help them flourish and get back on track. '[Company Name]' will also get teachers
   who focus on special needs to assist the Organization in reaching out to students. '[Company
   Name]'s overall purpose is to increase educational dollars and awareness across the United
   States; thus, the Organization will only be adding strength to a weakened system. The more
   groups or foundations that follow '[Company Name]'s goals and missions will definitely help in
   improving the educational system in the United States.




                               [Name] [XXX-XXX-XXXX] | 7.0 Management Summary 23
                                                             Appendix

Table: Funding Forecast

Funding Forecast
                           Month 1   Month 2   Month 3   Month 4   Month 5   Month 6   Month 7   Month 8   Month 9    Month     Month     Month
                                                                                                                         10        11        12
Funding
Fundraiser Events          $12,567   $13,195   $13,855   $14,548   $15,275   $16,039   $16,841   $17,683   $18,567   $19,486   $20,460   $21,484

Total Funding              $12,567   $13,195   $13,855   $14,548   $15,275   $16,039   $16,841   $17,683   $18,567   $19,486   $20,460   $21,484

Direct Cost of Funding     Month 1   Month 2   Month 3   Month 4   Month 5   Month 6   Month 7   Month 8   Month 9     Month     Month    Month
                                                                                                                          10        11        12
Fundraiser Events           $4,484    $4,698    $5,134    $5,393    $5,878    $6,289    $6,729    $7,200    $7,704    $8,234    $8,820    $9,437

Subtotal Cost of Funding    $4,484    $4,698    $5,134    $5,393    $5,878    $6,289    $6,729    $7,200    $7,704    $8,234    $8,820    $9,437




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Table: Surplus and Deficit

Surplus and Deficit
                                Month 1   Month 2   Month 3   Month 4     Month 5   Month 6   Month 7   Month 8   Month 9   Month 10   Month 11    Month
                                                                                                                                                       12
Funding                         $12,567   $13,195   $13,855   $14,548     $15,275   $16,039   $16,841   $17,683   $18,567    $19,486    $20,460   $21,484
Direct Cost                      $4,484    $4,698    $5,134    $5,393      $5,878    $6,289    $6,729    $7,200    $7,704     $8,234     $8,820    $9,437
Other Costs of Funding    10%    $1,257    $1,320    $1,386    $1,455      $1,528    $1,604    $1,684    $1,768    $1,857     $1,949     $2,046    $2,148
Total Direct Cost                $5,741    $6,018    $6,520    $6,848      $7,406    $7,893    $8,413    $8,968    $9,561    $10,183    $10,866   $11,585

Gross Surplus                    $6,826    $7,178    $7,336    $7,700      $7,870    $8,146    $8,428    $8,715    $9,006     $9,303     $9,594    $9,899
Gross Surplus %                 54.32%    54.40%    52.94%    52.93%      51.52%    50.79%    50.04%    49.28%    48.51%     47.74%     46.89%    46.07%


Expenses
Payroll                              $0        $0        $0        $0          $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0         $0        $0
Marketing/Promotion                $167      $167      $167      $167        $167      $167      $167      $167      $167       $167       $167      $167
Depreciation                         $0        $0        $0        $0          $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0         $0        $0
Donations                        $6,500    $6,500    $7,000    $7,500      $7,700    $7,900    $8,200    $8,500    $8,800     $9,100     $9,400    $9,730
Rent                                 $0        $0        $0        $0          $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0         $0        $0
Utilities                            $0        $0        $0        $0          $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0         $0        $0
Insurance                            $0        $0        $0        $0          $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0         $0        $0
Payroll Taxes             0%         $0        $0        $0        $0          $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0         $0        $0
Other                                $0        $0        $0        $0          $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0         $0        $0

Total Operating                  $6,667    $6,667    $7,167    $7,667      $7,867    $8,067    $8,367    $8,667    $8,967     $9,267     $9,567    $9,897
Expenses

Surplus Before Interest           $159      $511      $169       $33          $3       $79       $61       $48       $39        $36        $27        $2
and Taxes
EBITDA                            $159      $511      $169       $33          $3       $79       $61       $48       $39        $36        $27        $2
 Interest Expense                   $0        $0        $0        $0          $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0         $0        $0
 Taxes Incurred                     $0        $0        $0        $0          $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0         $0        $0

Net Surplus                       $159      $511      $169        $33          $3       $79       $61       $48       $39        $36        $27        $2
Net Surplus/Funding              1.27%     3.87%     1.22%     0.23%       0.02%     0.49%     0.36%     0.27%     0.21%      0.19%      0.13%     0.01%




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Table: Cash Flow

Pro Forma Cash Flow
                                        Month 1   Month 2   Month 3   Month 4   Month 5   Month 6   Month 7   Month 8   Month 9    Month     Month     Month
                                                                                                                                      10        11        12
Cash Received

Cash from Operations
Cash Funding                            $12,567   $13,195   $13,855   $14,548   $15,275   $16,039   $16,841   $17,683   $18,567   $19,486   $20,460   $21,484
Subtotal Cash from                      $12,567   $13,195   $13,855   $14,548   $15,275   $16,039   $16,841   $17,683   $18,567   $19,486   $20,460   $21,484
Operations

Additional Cash Received
Sales Tax, VAT, HST/GST         0.00%       $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0
Received
New Current Borrowing                       $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0
New Other Liabilities                       $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0
(interest-free)
New Long-term Liabilities                    $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0
Sales of Other Current Assets                $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0
Sales of Long-term Assets                    $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0
New Investment Received                      $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0
Subtotal Cash Received                  $12,567   $13,195   $13,855   $14,548   $15,275   $16,039   $16,841   $17,683   $18,567   $19,486   $20,460   $21,484




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Table: Cash Flow (Continued)

Expenditures                      Month 1   Month 2   Month 3   Month 4   Month 5   Month 6   Month 7   Month 8   Month 9    Month     Month     Month
                                                                                                                                10        11        12

Expenditures from Operations
Cash Spending                         $0         $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0
Bill Payments                       $414    $12,417   $12,718   $13,714   $14,540   $15,295   $15,987   $16,809   $17,665   $18,558   $19,482   $20,468
Subtotal Spent on Operations        $414    $12,417   $12,718   $13,714   $14,540   $15,295   $15,987   $16,809   $17,665   $18,558   $19,482   $20,468

Additional Cash Spent
Sales Tax, VAT, HST/GST               $0        $0        $0        $0         $0       $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0
Paid Out
Principal Repayment of                $0        $0        $0        $0         $0       $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0
Current Borrowing
Other Liabilities Principal           $0        $0        $0        $0         $0       $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0
Repayment
Long-term Liabilities Principal       $0        $0        $0        $0         $0       $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0
Repayment
Purchase Other Current             $1,000       $0        $0        $0         $0       $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0
Assets
Purchase Long-term Assets          $3,000        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0
Dividends                              $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0
Subtotal Cash Spent                $4,414   $12,417   $12,718   $13,714   $14,540   $15,295   $15,987   $16,809   $17,665   $18,558   $19,482   $20,468

Net Cash Flow                      $8,153      $778    $1,137      $834      $735      $744      $854      $874      $902      $928      $978    $1,016
Cash Balance                       $8,153    $8,931   $10,069   $10,902   $11,637   $12,381   $13,235   $14,109   $15,011   $15,939   $16,916   $17,932




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Table: Balance Sheet

Pro Forma Balance Sheet
                                                    Month 1    Month 2    Month 3    Month 4    Month 5    Month 6    Month 7    Month 8    Month 9    Month 10   Month 11    Month
                                                                                                                                                                                 12
Assets                          Starting Balances

Current Assets
Cash                                        $0       $8,153     $8,931    $10,069    $10,902    $11,637    $12,381    $13,235    $14,109    $15,011     $15,939    $16,916   $17,932
Other Current Assets                    $1,000       $2,000     $2,000     $2,000     $2,000     $2,000     $2,000     $2,000     $2,000     $2,000      $2,000     $2,000    $2,000
Total Current Assets                    $1,000      $10,153    $10,931    $12,069    $12,902    $13,637    $14,381    $15,235    $16,109    $17,011     $17,939    $18,916   $19,932

Long-term Assets
Long-term Assets                        $3,000       $6,000     $6,000     $6,000     $6,000     $6,000     $6,000     $6,000     $6,000     $6,000      $6,000     $6,000    $6,000
Accumulated Depreciation                    $0           $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0          $0         $0        $0
Total Long-term Assets                  $3,000       $6,000     $6,000     $6,000     $6,000     $6,000     $6,000     $6,000     $6,000     $6,000      $6,000     $6,000    $6,000
Total Assets                            $4,000      $16,153    $16,931    $18,069    $18,902    $19,637    $20,381    $21,235    $22,109    $23,011     $23,939    $24,916   $25,932

Liabilities and Capital                             Month 1    Month 2    Month 3    Month 4    Month 5    Month 6    Month 7    Month 8    Month 9    Month 10   Month 11    Month
                                                                                                                                                                                 12

Current Liabilities
Accounts Payable                            $0      $11,994    $12,262    $13,230    $14,031    $14,763    $15,428    $16,221    $17,047    $17,910     $18,801    $19,752   $20,766
Current Borrowing                           $0           $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0          $0         $0        $0
Other Current Liabilities                   $0           $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0          $0         $0        $0
Subtotal Current Liabilities                $0      $11,994    $12,262    $13,230    $14,031    $14,763    $15,428    $16,221    $17,047    $17,910     $18,801    $19,752   $20,766

Long-term Liabilities                       $0           $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0          $0         $0        $0
Total Liabilities                           $0      $11,994    $12,262    $13,230    $14,031    $14,763    $15,428    $16,221    $17,047    $17,910     $18,801    $19,752   $20,766

Paid-in Capital                          $9,000       $9,000     $9,000     $9,000     $9,000     $9,000     $9,000     $9,000     $9,000     $9,000     $9,000     $9,000     $9,000
Accumulated                            ($5,000)     ($5,000)   ($5,000)   ($5,000)   ($5,000)   ($5,000)   ($5,000)   ($5,000)   ($5,000)   ($5,000)   ($5,000)   ($5,000)   ($5,000)
Surplus/Deficit
Surplus/Deficit                             $0         $159       $670       $838       $872       $874       $953     $1,014     $1,062     $1,101      $1,137     $1,164    $1,166
Total Capital                           $4,000       $4,159     $4,670     $4,838     $4,872     $4,874     $4,953     $5,014     $5,062     $5,101      $5,137     $5,164    $5,166
Total Liabilities and Capital           $4,000      $16,153    $16,931    $18,069    $18,902    $19,637    $20,381    $21,235    $22,109    $23,011     $23,939    $24,916   $25,932

Net Worth                               $4,000       $4,159     $4,670     $4,838     $4,871     $4,874     $4,953     $5,014     $5,062     $5,101      $5,137     $5,164    $5,166




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