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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
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                                                               Table of Contents



1.0 Executive Summary .................................................................................................................... 1
    Chart: Highlights .......................................................................................................................... 2
  1.1 Objectives.................................................................................................................................... 2
  1.2 Mission .......................................................................................................................................... 3
  1.3 Keys to Success ........................................................................................................................ 3
2.0 Company Summary ..................................................................................................................... 3
  2.1 Company Ownership ............................................................................................................... 3
  2.2 Start-up Summary ................................................................................................................... 3
    Table: Start-up.............................................................................................................................. 4
    Chart: Start-up ............................................................................................................................. 4
3.0 Products ........................................................................................................................................... 5
4.0 Market Analysis Summary ........................................................................................................ 5
  4.1 Market Segmentation ............................................................................................................. 5
  4.2 Target Market Segment Strategy ...................................................................................... 5
  4.3 Industry Analysis ...................................................................................................................... 6
    4.3.1 Competition and Buying Patterns .............................................................................. 7
5.0 Strategy and Implementation Summary ............................................................................ 8
  5.1 SWOT Analysis .......................................................................................................................... 8
    5.1.1 Strengths ............................................................................................................................. 8
    5.1.2 Weaknesses ........................................................................................................................ 9
    5.1.3 Opportunities ..................................................................................................................... 9
    5.1.4 Threats ................................................................................................................................. 9
  5.2 Competitive Edge ..................................................................................................................... 9
  5.3 Marketing Strategy ................................................................................................................ 10
  5.4 Sales Strategy ......................................................................................................................... 10
      Table: Sales Forecast: Royalty Revenue 10%............................................................ 11
      Chart: Sales by Year ............................................................................................................. 11
  5.5 Milestones.................................................................................................................................. 12
    Table: Milestones ....................................................................................................................... 12
6.0 Management Summary ............................................................................................................ 12
  6.1 Personnel Plan ......................................................................................................................... 13
    Table: Personnel ......................................................................................................................... 13
7.0 Financial Plan ............................................................................................................................... 13
  7.1 Start-up Funding .................................................................................................................... 14
    Table: Start-up Funding .......................................................................................................... 14
  7.3 Break-even Analysis .............................................................................................................. 15
    Table: Break-even Analysis.................................................................................................... 16
    Chart: Break-even Analysis ................................................................................................... 16
  7.4 Projected Profit and Loss ..................................................................................................... 17
    Table: Profit and Loss ............................................................................................................... 17
    Chart: Profit Monthly ................................................................................................................ 18
    Chart: Profit Yearly .................................................................................................................... 18
    Chart: Gross Margin Monthly................................................................................................. 19
    Chart: Gross Margin Yearly .................................................................................................... 19

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   7.5 Projected Cash Flow .............................................................................................................. 20
     Table: Cash Flow ........................................................................................................................ 20
     Table: Cash Flow (Continued) ............................................................................................... 21
     Chart: Cash .................................................................................................................................. 21
   7.6 Projected Balance Sheet ...................................................................................................... 22
     Table: Balance Sheet ................................................................................................................ 22

APPENDIX
Table: Sales Forecast ......................................................................................................................... 1
Table: Personnel ................................................................................................................................... 2
Table: Profit and Loss ......................................................................................................................... 3
Table: Cash Flow .................................................................................................................................. 4
    Table: Cash Flow (Continued) ................................................................................................. 5
Table: Balance Sheet .......................................................................................................................... 6




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                                     [Company Name]



1.0 Executive Summary

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

  Purpose
  The purpose of this Business Plan is to:

   1. Set a course for the Company's management to successfully manage, operate, and
   administer the business.
   2. Inform financing sources of the capital requirements being requested by the Company, in
   addition to its history, its projected future, and how the requested funding would give the
   Company the ability to provide a green initiative, add value to the local economy, generate tax
   revenues for local and federal government, and help put people back to work.

   The Company
   [Company Name] [Company Name] is a start-up venture located in Maricopa County, AZ, With
   a Research and Development facility is located in Amherst, MA. [Company Name]’s exclusive
   technology reduces fuel consumption and exhaust emissions for all fuel-oil burners and diesel
   engines. The company has a master license to manufacture several highly marketable products
   and is expecting $15MM to over $120MM in up-front fees from the formation of a strategic
   alliance between two industry sectors. [Company Name] may decide to make products and/or
   license their technology either way, reducing emissions from diesel combustion is one of the
   most important environmental air quality challenges that we face today. More than 10MM older
   diesel vehicles in the U.S. need higher performance emissions control to comply with EPA
   standards by 2020. [Company Name]'s unique technology has promise to provide more form
   factor products that self-adjust to exhaust conditions, ideally suited for this market segment.
   The Company was founded by [Name] [Name] in 2009. Furthermore, [Company Name] plans
   to expand its exposure through effective marketing as well as introduce itself to market
   segments that have not yet discovered the Company.

   The Market
   [Company Name]'s target market strategy is based on becoming a destination for companies
   looking for manufacturers of fuel-oil or diesel combustion equipment and products. This market
   includes:
          Emissions control companies such as Engine Management Systems or Clean Diesel
           Technologies
          Catalytic Converter companies that are affiliated with DuPont, Johnson Matthey or Dow
           Chemical.
          Fuel-oil burner companies such as Hauk, Riello, and many others.
          Heavy-duty diesel engine and vehicle manufacturers
          Exhaust system manufacturers
          Power electronics manufacturers such as Vicor
          Service providers that maintain or add value to older combustion equipment

   These customers prefer certain quality of products and services, and it's the Company's duty to
   deliver on their expectations.
                                     [Company Name]



   Financial Consideration
   In addition to diligently following this Business Plan to maintain the safeguards for successful
   business operations and achieve the financial projections herein, the current financial plan of
   [Company Name] includes obtaining funding through one of many financing programs in the
   amount of $7,500,000. The Company hopes to secure the requested funds sometime in the
   fourth quarter of 2011. It will use the funding for the purpose of covering start-up expenses
   (legal, product development, payroll, and marketing) as well as purchasing key equipment for
   the business. The Company's revenue is projected to increase during the next three years, from
   $0 to $120,000,000.

   The major focus for grant funding is as follows:
   1. The Company is providing a well needed service to multiple industries.
   2. It will add value to the local economy as well as generate tax revenues for local and federal
   government.

   Chart: Highlights




1.1 Objectives

   [Company Name]’s main objectives are:
   1. To focus the activities towards the specialized services and to become a leader in its niche
      market.
   2. To generate sufficient cash flow to finance future growth and development, and to
      provide key resources needed by the Company and its owner.
   3. To expand the business at a rate that is both challenging and manageable, serving the
      market with innovation and adaptability.
                                       [Company Name]



1.2 Mission

   [Company Name] is dedicated to making the world a better place to live through environmental
   innovation. The Company will provide a breakthrough in combustion efficiency and pollution
   control, while forming long lasting relationships with clients, develop visibility in its markets and
   show excellence in fulfilling its promise to the public.

1.3 Keys to Success

   EPA verification for at least one class of diesel   vehicle will garner world-wide interest. Funding
   in this first round is for preliminary testing of   the electronic muffler product concept and for
   engineering a pilot line product. The scalability   and performance data collected by this venture
   will demonstrate the practical applications and     engineering requirements for this innovation to
   industry and potential licensees.

2.0 Company Summary

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

   [Company Name] [Company Name] is a Start-Up company developing breakthrough electronic
   technology for fuel-oil or diesel combustion equipment of all kinds, and is focusing on the
   electronics exhaust after-treatment prototyping. The Company is located in Peoria, AZ, and a
   Research and Development facility in Amherst, MA. The Company's main goal is to license
   technology to existing manufacturers of diesel vehicles, exhaust systems, and top emissions
   control companies. [Company Name] has an exclusive right to all ET&T technology, totaling
   four and future patents in the field of electrical plasma generation, combustion of fuel-oils,
   emissions control, and electronic catalysis. The founders of the Company are [Name], CEO and
   [Name] [Name], COO, who have pooled their resources to develop a new strategy for reaching
   and serving business clients.

2.1 Company Ownership

   [Company Name] is a limited liability corporation located in Peoria, AZ. The Company is
   Member Managed and was created in June 2009 with five Members.

2.2 Start-up Summary

   The following table and chart shows the start-up costs for [Company Name]. [Name], CEO and
   [Name] [Name], COO have invested $300,000 towards the development of the combustion and
   exhaust treatment technologies. The Company will also need key start-up equipment/items
   such as; an ion vapor implantation machine, the use of a standard machine shop, testing
   equipment, power supplies, gas analyzer, high-voltage analyzers, data acquisition, computers
   and interfaces, signal generators, sensors and meters, materials for construction of all hand
   made parts, the use of a HDD vehicle; as well as the outsourcing of a lab for verification.
                          [Company Name]



Table: Start-up

Start-up

Requirements

Start-up Expenses
Legal                                   $80,000
Product Development                  $2,000,000
Payroll                               $120,000
Marketing                               $20,000
Total Start-up Expenses              $2,220,000

Start-up Assets
Cash Required                         $300,000
Other Current Assets                        $0
Long-term Assets                            $0
Total Assets                          $300,000

Total Requirements                   $2,520,000


   Chart: Start-up
                                     [Company Name]



3.0 Products

   [Company Name] plans to develop, manufacture, and trademark a “[Company Name] Muffler”
   for treating exhaust emissions to EPA standards and launch a pilot-line product for a popular
   class-5 diesel vehicle. The company’s main goal is to license their technology to existing
   manufacturers of diesel vehicles, exhaust systems, or a top emissions control companies, using
   Right of First Refusal contract to fund the development of a muffler product with an agreement
   to issue a license for class 6-8 HDD vehicles. A muffler product expects to yield results that
   outperform emissions abatement beyond EPA standards for class-5 over the road diesel
   vehicles and due to the unique scalability of the technology, this product will lead to all other
   fuel-oil or diesel exhaust applications.

   [Company Name] has an exclusive right to all ET&T technology, totaling four and future patents
   in the field of electrical plasma generation, combustion of fuel-oils, emissions control, and
   electronic catalysis. [Company Name] is a research and development organization, some
   members of which invented the technology that ET&T owns. [Company Name] will develop and
   then sublicense ET&T technology to a huge marketplace.

4.0 Market Analysis Summary

   Electronic technology competing in the emissions control market will do extremely well. The
   global autocatalyst emissions control market could reach 36 billion by 2020 and [Company
   Name] technology will be a much higher performing, lower cost alternative to chemical
   catalysts. Over ten million older diesels will soon need to perform to higher standards due to
   EPA and world-wide air quality mandates and these diesels will have to be fitted with low cost
   products or be replaced. In the US, roughly 500 thousand newly manufactured class 5 through
   8 trucks can also benefit from this technology. [Company Name] is nationwide and if the
   Company can effectively reach the target market segment of companies and industries in need
   of their products, revenues should increase annually as projected. The Company's industry
   does not have any seasonality that affects it and is growing as EPA and worldwide mandates.
   Overall, [Company Name] has the technology and professionalism necessary to flourish within
   these markets. [Company Name]’s potential is excellent.

4.1 Market Segmentation

   [Company Name]’s target market strategy is based on becoming a destination for companies
   looking for manufacturers of fuel-oil or diesel combustion equipment and products. The
   Company's marketing segmentation includes:

   Emissions control and catalytic converter companies that are affiliated with DuPont, Johnson
   Matthey, or Dow Chemical.
   Fuel-oil burner makers, such as Hauk, Riello, and many others.
   Heavy-duty diesel engine and vehicle manufacturers
   Exhaust system manufacturers
   Power electronics manufacturers such as Vicor
   Service providers that maintain or add value to older combustion equipment

   Licensing agreements will come from ROFR contracts with top emissions control and
   combustion equipment companies, as well as power-electronics manufacturers. This includes
   meetings with product development personnel, company management, and showcasing
   technology to large venues, such as WBT Marketplace and Clean Tech Open, and many others.

   Customers within the fuel-oil or diesel combustion equipment industry want top-notch,
   innovative products that are more affordability. [Company Name] customers will appreciate the
                                      [Company Name]



   outstanding service and products that the Company offers, as well as the knowledgeable and
   experienced staff. They will rely on [Company Name] to deliver the dedication and
   dependability that they desire.

4.2 Target Market Segment Strategy

   [Company Name]’s target market segments consist of customers within the fuel-oil or diesel
   combustion equipment industry. The Company knows that satisfied customers aid the
   Company by referring its business to other clients who need its products. [Company Name]’s
   skills and capabilities will allow the Company to effectively compete and build a strong
   reputation. Therefore, obtaining funding as well as developing a marketing strategy will
   improve the Company's profitability levels and aid them in building a strong customer base.

   [Company Name]’s will utilize the methods below to reach its target market:

      Collect as much demographic data as possible on potential area service users to assist
       management in creating both immediate and long-term plans for reaching out to this
       market segment.
      Formulate and adopt additions and/or revisions to the marketing strategies within this
       Business Plan once sufficient demographic data has been gathered.
      Management must keep in mind that making the masses aware of the Company is far more
       difficult and expensive than working with an existing user base. Management must take
       particular care in making certain marketing dollars are wisely spent since funds are limited.
      Construct a sophisticated website that highlights the benefits of choosing our Company and
       its services.

4.3 Industry Analysis

   [Company Name] is a part of the emissions industry as well as the fuel-oil or diesel combustion
   equipment industry. There is consistent demand for emissions control products by producers of
   heavy-duty diesel vehicles with ever increasing demand in aftermarkets. According to data
   collected by Manufacturers of Emissions Control Association (MECA) in 2008 U.S., sales of
   mobile source emission control for on-road and an off-road application in 2005 was $16 billion
   and despite the state of the economy these sales figures are expected to grow over the next
   decade. MECA forecasts U.S. sales to grow to $26 billion in 2010 and to $36 billion in 2020,
   world-wide. The mobile source emission control industry continues to develop, optimize, and
   commercialize technologies in support of the many on and off-road air pollution control
   regulations recently promulgated by the U.S. EPA and the California ARB (MECA).

   The Chemical industry dominates this market and poses a huge barrier to market entry for new
   metallic products requiring integration into current systems, which will not be the case for
   electronic technology. Catalytic converters used in all HDD vehicles today depend on chemical
   and precious metals refinery and for class 5-8 vehicles, an oxidization catalyst has an average
   installed price of $775.00, a particulate filter can cost $3,600.00, and SCR system can be more
   than $30,000 to manufacture and install. The complexity and cost for controlling emissions to
   EPA standards is growing unwieldy with regulation. This is a perfect time for electronic
   technology to cut this cost and bring user friendly products to market.
                                      [Company Name]



   All emissions control market segments have yet to be tabulated by the company. Approximately
   five hundred thousand new HDD vehicles are manufactured each year in the U.S. and install
   $500mil dollars worth of emissions control products. Over 10 mil operating diesels now require
   some form of emissions control to meet EPA standards by 2020 and this retrofit service
   industry will purchase billions in emissions control for decades to come. A complete transition to
   electronic technology is likely, though [Company Name] only projects 30% to 60% market
   control for class 5-8 HDD vehicles in fifteen years.

   As simple as it may be, [Company Name]’s method of offering quality, innovative products
   while also executing exceptional customer service has an important effect on the bottom line:
   People want to give their business to those who appreciate it. Skillful use of advertising, as well
   as a strong presence within its industry and communication will bring the business the
   Company desires.

4.3.1 Competition and Buying Patterns

   There are no other electronic emissions control technologies that have worked for class 5-8
   HDD vehicles or any that use electrical plasma. Otherwise, the major chemical companies that
   currently produce emissions control products will be competing with a far superior, lower cost,
   more easily maintained technology. Additionally, the company will excel by keeping its
   equipment updated and current to ensure a quality product to its customer base.

   [Company Name]’s goal is to fulfill client's demands because it will aid the Company in
   generating future business. The owner plans to affiliate the Company with multiple
   organizations and businesses in its industry. If clients are happy, they will recommend the
   Company to others who need its products and services. Additionally, achieving longevity in its
   market will enable [Company Name] to effectively compete with other companies that emerge.
   [Company Name] knows that image and visibility will it in aid in getting its name out.
                                      [Company Name]




5.0 Strategy and Implementation Summary

   [Company Name] prefers to form a strategic alliance, rather than directly manufacturer
   products. [Company Name] will be in negotiations with a leading power-electronics company
   prior to approaching an emissions control company and take the position that complete
   transition to electronic technology is eminent. This transition will occur regardless of the state
   of the economy or participation from top emissions companies in the chemical industry; and,
   with EPA verification for just one product produced by [Company Name], sixty percent market
   saturation in all markets is likely to be achieved. [Company Name] has the potential to
   transform the industry rather than compete with the potential for eliminating precious metal
   and chemical refinery. This will inspire a top emissions control company to deal early on to
   develop products.

   Additionally, [Company Name] will consolidate its good customer and client service by
   offering a quality product, efficiency, having the best staff and a competitive pricing structure.
   The Company has clearly defined the target market and has differentiated itself by offering
   a solid solution to fulfilling its customer’s needs. Reasonable sales targets have been
   established with an implementation plan designed to ensure the goals set forth below are
   achieved.

5.1 SWOT Analysis




                      Strengths
                          Weaknesses
                               Opportunities
                                 Threats

5.1.1 Strengths

   [Company Name] has much notable strengths. These strengths include:

      Being a potential threat to a whole industry if it proves successful in only one of
       its products.
      By showing the cost reduction and superior performance of [Company Name]’s electronic
       technology to the chemical industry, two large industry sectors will compete for one
       technology
      Electronic technology will cost less to manufacture and will out-perform chemical based
       products in every way for the HDD class of vehicles.
      Knowledgeable and hardworking staff
      Clear vision of the market need
                                    [Company Name]



5.1.2 Weaknesses

   [Company Name] main weaknesses include:

      Limited cash flow to grow business to its potential
      Emissions technology is not fully prototyped
      The combustion technology has yet to be fully prototyped for HDD engines

5.1.3 Opportunities

   Opportunities for [Company Name] include:

      Fuel-oil equipment that utilize a fuel injector or fuel spray in any type of combustion
       chamber, old or newly manufactured, can be fitted with [Company Name] technology,
       answering the demand fuel conservation and emissions control.
      Demand from the end consumers, manufacturers of combustion products, and the
       equipment service sector.
      Growing market with a significant percentage of its target market still not knowing the
       Company exists.

5.1.4 Threats

   [Company Name]’s biggest threats involve:

      If [Company Name] or a strategic alliance does not produce at least one product with EPA
       verification, the emissions technology will fail in the marketplace.
      If [Company Name] or a formed strategic alliance does not adequately provide a 20% fuel
       savings for the combustion technology, there will be little market for the technology.

5.2 Competitive Edge

   [Company Name] offers the following advantages to customers.

      Quality Service. The Company provides its clients with courteous, prompt, and dependable
       service.
      Quality Products. The Company offers a top-notch product to its customers and clientele.
      Competitive rates. The Company provides affordable fuel-oil or diesel combustion
       equipment options.

   [Company Name] knows that the chemical industry currently dominates all market segments as
   the refinement of precious metals. The Company also knows that chemical catalysts is a highly
   specialized process; thus, the products made from these materials are designed and installed
   differently for each type of vehicle due to the many variations in body style, heat of
   combustion, and the flow of exhaust. Electronic technology on the other hand, promises a
   reduction in cost for installing more compact products that self-adjust to emissions. These
   qualities will outperform all other products sold today and radically disrupt this industry.
   [Company Name]’s hardworking and dedicated team will definitely aid in the Company's overall
   success. By building a business based on long-standing relationships with satisfied clients,
   [Company Name] will simultaneously build defenses against future competition. The longer the
   relationship stands, the more the Company helps its customers understand what they offer
   them and why they need it.
                                      [Company Name]



5.3 Marketing Strategy

   [Company Name]’s marketing strategy involves working with marketing agents that sell its
   products to the industries that desire its product and services; as well as very targeted
   marketing through online, print, and broadcasting channels. [Company Name]’s goal is to
   provide exceptional service to its customers. The Company knows what each customer needs
   and aims to satisfy them. [Company Name] has an advantage because the owners offer in-
   depth knowledge of the fuel-oil or diesel combustion equipment industry. Additionally, their
   strong technical background as well as his professional reputation will aid the Company in
   achieving its sales goals and obtaining visibility.

5.4 Sales Strategy

   [Company Name] has a master license to manufacture and market heavy-duty diesel emissions
   products; therefore it anticipates $15 mil to $60 mil in revenue from the sale of two licenses
   and formation of a strategic alliance. [Company Name] may choose to make products or license
   its technology, aiding in the reduction of emissions from diesel combustion, which is one of the
   most important environmental air quality challenges that we face today. In fact, more than 10
   mil older diesel vehicles in the U.S. need higher performance emissions control to comply with
   EPA standards by 2020.

   [Company Name]’s unique technology has promise to provide more form factor products that
   self-adjust to exhaust conditions, ideally suited for any market segment. Approximately five
   hundred thousand new HDD vehicles are manufactured each year in the U.S. and install
   $500mil dollars worth of emissions control products. Over 10 mil operating diesels now require
   some form of emissions control to meet EPA standards by 2020 and this retrofit service
   industry will purchase billions in emissions control for decades to come. A complete transition to
   electronic technology is likely, though [Company Name] only projects 30% to 60% market
   control for class 5-8 HDD vehicles in fifteen years.

   [Company Name]'s licensing agreements will come from ROFR contracts with top emissions
   control and combustion equipment companies, as well as power-electronics manufacturers. This
   includes meetings with product development personnel, company management, and
   showcasing technology to large venues, such as WBT Marketplace and Clean Tech Open, and
   many others. In year one and two, [Company Name] will focus on striking a co-development
   deal with at least two major companies in two industry sectors who will see the opportunity to
   license the technology, as well as the risk for making a deal with [Company Name]. This period
   of time does not require a great deal of investment; the risk is lower than in year three. If
   major companies need to see performance data from the technology, before willing to purchase
   a license or enter into a ROFR agreement then [Company Name]’s value will significantly
   increase to $120 mil.
                                    [Company Name]




   The chart and table below shows [Company Name]’s projected Sales Forecast. Annual
   projections for three years are shown here, with first year monthly figures in the appendix.

Table: Sales Forecast: Royalty Revenue 10%

Sales Forecast
                                                    Year 1           Year 2           Year 3
Sales
Cash                                                    $0       $4,444,450       $2,564,450
ROFR Purchases                                          $0       $1,500,000               $0
License Purchases                                       $0                      $120,000,000
Total Sales                                             $0       $5,944,450     $122,564,450

Direct Cost of Sales                                Year 1           Year 2           Year 3
License Fee to ET&T                              $135,000         $675,000        $6,690,000
Prototype Development                           $2,000,004       $2,000,000        $750,000
Subtotal Direct Cost of Sales                   $2,135,004       $2,675,000       $7,440,000




Chart: Sales by Year
                                     [Company Name]



5.5 Milestones

   In order to achieve the growth and marketing goals that have been outlined in this business
   plan, [Company Name] has deadlines to meet and ideas to implement. These deadlines and
   ideas are called "milestones". Milestones are the most important events and/or projects that
   must be completed in order to ensure the success of [Company Name].

   Because of the critical importance of milestones to the Company's growth, success, and
   operational efficiency, management will periodically review and update the progress that has
   been made in completing each milestone. The review and update process will include adding
   new milestones, deleting completed milestones, and revising estimated end dates and budgets.

Table: Milestones

Milestones

Milestone                      Start Date    End Date           Manager
Obtain Funding                  9/1/2011     2/1/2012      [Name]/[Name]
Assemble legal team and         9/1/2011     1/1/2012      [Name]/[Name]
documentation
Complete licensing and          9/1/2011      2/1/2012        Outsourced
market analysis
Develop presentation            9/1/2011      3/1/2012        Outsourced
materials
Obtain a ROFR from              5/1/2012      9/1/2012              Team
emissions manufacturer
Obtain a ROFR from              5/1/2012      9/1/2012              Team
electronics manufacturer
Produce a prototype for one    10/1/2012      6/1/2013     [Name]/[Name]
class of vehicle
Field Testing                   7/1/2013      8/1/2013     [Name]/[Name]
Third-party evaluation          7/1/2013     12/1/2013        Outsourced
Two licenses issued            12/1/2013      1/1/2014              Team
Totals


6.0 Management Summary

   [Company Name] was established in Peoria, AZ. The Company was created by the inventors of
   the technology and supporting personnel with successful experience in related technology
   development. The managers of the Company are [Name], CEO and [Name] [Name], COO. In
   addition to the managerial team's extensive knowledge of the emissions industry and the fuel-
   oil or diesel combustion equipment industry, the managers brings many years of hands-on
   experience    and   talent.   Furthermore,    the teams' strong   managerial    skills, product
   development knowledge and leadership qualities, aids them in running the business effectively.
                                     [Company Name]




6.1 Personnel Plan

   The table below contains the details of [Company Name]'s personnel plan. The detailed monthly
   personnel plan for the first year is included in the appendix.

   [Company Name]'s key staff consists of the CEO and COO [Name] [Name] and [Name]
   [Name]. Furthermore, the Company has five members who will equally share in Royalty
   Revenue. Additional personnel will be hired as needed.

Table: Personnel

Personnel Plan
                                                           Year 1           Year 2          Year 3
[Company Name] Staff                                     $350,004         $350,000        $350,000

Total People                                                    2                2               2

Total Payroll                                            $350,004         $350,000        $350,000

7.0 Financial Plan

   The current financial plan is based on the assumption of achieving desired levels of funding, in
   which [Company Name] plans to obtain funding sources in the amount of $7,500,000 in the
   first year of plan implementation. Additionally, this Business Plan is used by the management
   of [Company Name] as a road map to its success. It is an indispensable tool for the ongoing
   performance and improvement of the Company, and it will be referred to often as management
   plots its business course.

   Management commits to reviewing this Business Plan on a regular basis to make certain
   financial projections remain accurate and strategies remain pertinent as the economy,
   technology, communication methods, and customer demographics change. The three year
   financial projections within this Business Plan indicate that the Company will have generated
   sufficient growth, profits, and cash to permit the Company to continue to exists and prosper.
   Evaluation of the Company's success will be an ongoing process involving the owner's monthly
   review of financial statements and other pertinent financial data.

Use Of Funds                                            Amount
Ion vapor implantation machine:                              $175,000
testing equipment, power supplies:                              $7,500
gas analyzer:                                                   $2,000
high-voltage analyzers:                                        $17,000
data acquisition:                                              $17,500
computers and interfaces:                                         $750
signal generators:                                             $12,000
sensors and meters:                                               $800
other materials:                                               $35,000
the use of a HDD vehicle:                                       $8,000

Total                                                          $275,550
                                            [Company Name]



7.1 Start-up Funding

    [Company Name]’s start-up costs are detailed below, in the Start-up Table. The following table
    shows how these start-up costs will be funded by investor capital.

Table: Start-up Funding

Start-up Funding
Start-up Expenses to Fund                               $2,220,000
Start-up Assets to Fund                                  $300,000
Total Funding Required                                  $2,520,000

Assets
Non-cash Assets from Start-up                                   $0
Cash Requirements from Start-up                          $300,000
Additional Cash Raised                                  $4,980,000
Cash Balance on Starting Date                           $5,280,000
Total Assets                                            $5,280,000


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                                                $7,500,000
Additional Investment Requirement                               $0
Total Planned Investment                                $7,500,000

Loss at Start-up (Start-up Expenses)                  ($2,220,000)
Total Capital                                           $5,280,000


Total Capital and Liabilities                           $5,280,000

Total Funding                                           $7,500,000
                                      [Company Name]



7.3 Break-even Analysis

   The monthly break-even point is shown in the Break-Even Analysis Table below. The break-
   even analysis has been calculated on the "burn rate" of The Company. [Company Name] feels
   that this gives the investor a more accurate picture of the actual risk of the venture. The Break-
   Even Analysis Table is based on the Company's forecasted monthly expenses, cost of sales, and
   gross margins. It forecasts the average revenue (sales) level that must be achieved each
   month for the Company to break-even (show neither a profit nor a loss).

   Even though Management's desire is to reach the break-even level every month and as early in
   the month as possible, it is unrealistic to believe that the break-even point will be achieved in
   every month of the Company's existence. Management realizes that there are several factors
   that may cause monthly losses. The most common factors include:

      Periods of seasonally slow sales/business.
      Months in which annual or unusual expenses occur.
      During months following strategically planned personnel expansion where increases in
       payroll, employee benefits, and payroll taxes are not immediately offset by increased
       production, sales or profits.
      During months following strategically planned asset acquisition where increases in
       depreciation, operating expenses, and long-term loan finance charges are not immediately
       offset by increased production, sales and profits.

   Management will closely follow the Financial Statement Review section of the Financial Plan
   contained within this Business Plan by reviewing the Company's financial statements on a
   monthly basis. This is done to make certain that months without profit are the result of one of
   the factors listed above as opposed to a growing negative trend. Management will take
   immediate action to reverse the trend by reducing expenses, increasing profit margins, or
   increasing sales should it determine that sustained months without profit are the result of
   factors other than those listed above.
                                [Company Name]




Table: Break-even Analysis

Break-even Analysis

Monthly Revenue Break-even             $35,000

Assumptions:
Average Percent Variable Cost              0%
Estimated Monthly Fixed Cost           $35,000


Chart: Break-even Analysis
                                        [Company Name]



7.4 Projected Profit and Loss

   The following Projected Profit and Loss Table and charts illustrate [Company Name]'s sales and
   profitability over the next three years. [Company Name] is based online and is currently
   operating from the owner's residence; therefore, the Company does not have additional rent
   or utility expenses. A monthly projection for the first twelve months of sales, direct cost of
   sales, gross profits, tax consequences, and net profits after taxes is found in the appendix.

   The sales for Year 1, Year 2, and Year 3 are $0, $5,944,450, and $122,564,450, respectively.
   The net profit for the same period is ($2,555,004), $1,777,615, and $71,753,115, respectively.
   The percentages of the net profit sales for this period are 0.00%, 29.90%, and 58.54%,
   respectively.

   Important notes regarding Sales, Expenses, & Grant Funding

      The Company’s revenue for Year 1 is $0, thus all expenses will be covered by the investor
       funding.
      The legal, product development and marketing expenses are all Start-Up expenses; thus
       they are not reflected in Year 1 of the profit and loss.

Table: Profit and Loss

Pro Forma Profit and Loss
                                                 Year 1            Year 2           Year 3
Sales                                                $0        $5,944,450     $122,564,450
Direct Cost of Sales                         $2,135,004        $2,675,000       $7,440,000
Other Costs of Sales                                 $0                $0               $0
Total Cost of Sales                          $2,135,004        $2,675,000       $7,440,000

Gross Margin                                ($2,135,004)       $3,269,450     $115,124,450
Gross Margin %                                    0.00%           55.00%           93.93%

Expenses
Payroll                                        $350,004          $350,000         $350,000
Marketing/Promotion                                  $0                $0          $40,000
Depreciation                                         $0                $0               $0
Consultant and Legal cost                            $0           $80,000          $80,000
Travel & Misc                                   $69,996           $70,000          $70,000
Field Test and Third-party Evaluation                $0           $80,000          $80,000
Investment + Royalty Revenue Return                  $0          $150,000      $12,000,000
                                                     $0

Total Operating Expenses                       $420,000          $730,000      $12,620,000

Profit Before Interest and Taxes            ($2,555,004)       $2,539,450     $102,504,450
EBITDA                                      ($2,555,004)       $2,539,450     $102,504,450
 Interest Expense                                     $0               $0               $0
 Taxes Incurred                                       $0        $761,835       $30,751,335

Net Profit                                  ($2,555,004)       $1,777,615      $71,753,115
Net Profit/Sales                                  0.00%           29.90%           58.54%
                        [Company Name]



Chart: Profit Monthly




Chart: Profit Yearly
                              [Company Name]



Chart: Gross Margin Monthly




Chart: Gross Margin Yearly
                                        [Company Name]



7.5 Projected Cash Flow

   [Company Name] has applied for $7,500,000 in funding. The Company forecast that it
   will receive the funding in the fourth quarter of 2011. During this period, [Company
   Name] will use the money to cover start-up expenses (legal, product development, payroll, and
   marketing) as well as purchase key equipment (an ion vapor implantation machine, the use of a
   standard machine shop, testing equipment, power supplies, gas analyzer, high-voltage
   analyzers, data acquisition, computers and interfaces, signal generators, sensors and meters,
   materials for construction of all hand made parts, the use of a HDD vehicle; as well as the
   outsourcing of a lab for verification).

   The following table displays [Company Name]'s cash flow and the chart illustrates monthly cash
   flow in the first year. Monthly cash flow projections are also included in the appendix.

Table: Cash Flow

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

Cash from Operations
Cash Sales                                               $0        $5,944,450    $122,564,450
Subtotal Cash from Operations                            $0        $5,944,450    $122,564,450

Additional Cash Received
Sales Tax, VAT, HST/GST Received                          $0               $0              $0
New Current Borrowing                                     $0               $0              $0
New Other Liabilities (interest-free)                     $0               $0              $0
New Long-term Liabilities                                 $0               $0              $0
Sales of Other Current Assets                             $0               $0              $0
Sales of Long-term Assets                                 $0               $0              $0
New Investment Received                           $7,500,000               $0              $0
Subtotal Cash Received                            $7,500,000       $5,944,450    $122,564,450
                                      [Company Name]




Table: Cash Flow (Continued)

Expenditures                                      Year 1        Year 2        Year 3

Expenditures from Operations
Cash Spending                                  $350,004      $350,000       $350,000
Bill Payments                                 $2,027,375    $3,680,748   $46,627,540
Subtotal Spent on Operations                  $2,377,379    $4,030,748   $46,977,540

Additional Cash Spent
Sales Tax, VAT, HST/GST Paid Out                      $0            $0            $0
Principal Repayment of Current Borrowing              $0            $0            $0
Other Liabilities Principal Repayment                 $0            $0            $0
Long-term Liabilities Principal Repayment             $0            $0            $0
Purchase Other Current Assets                         $0            $0            $0
Purchase Long-term Assets                             $0            $0            $0
Dividends                                             $0            $0            $0
Subtotal Cash Spent                           $2,377,379    $4,030,748   $46,977,540

Net Cash Flow                                 $5,122,621    $1,913,702   $75,586,910
Cash Balance                                 $10,402,621   $12,316,323   $87,903,233


   Chart: Cash
                                   [Company Name]



7.6 Projected Balance Sheet

    The Balance Sheet Table (below) shows the Pro-Forma Balance Sheet projections. In the
    appendix, the first twelve months are shown individually.

    [Company Name]'s net worth is $10,224,996, $12,002,611, and $83,755,726 for Year 1, Year
    2, and Year 3 respectively. The Company's total assets for this same period will
    be $10,402,621, $12,316,323, and $87,903,233, respectively.

Table: Balance Sheet

Pro Forma Balance Sheet
                                                 Year 1          Year 2          Year 3
Assets

Current Assets
Cash                                        $10,402,621     $12,316,323     $87,903,233
Other Current Assets                                 $0              $0              $0
Total Current Assets                        $10,402,621     $12,316,323     $87,903,233

Long-term Assets
Long-term Assets                                     $0              $0              $0
Accumulated Depreciation                             $0              $0              $0
Total Long-term Assets                               $0              $0              $0
Total Assets                                $10,402,621     $12,316,323     $87,903,233

Liabilities and Capital                          Year 1          Year 2          Year 3

Current Liabilities
Accounts Payable                               $177,625        $313,712      $4,147,507
Current Borrowing                                    $0              $0              $0
Other Current Liabilities                            $0              $0              $0
Subtotal Current Liabilities                   $177,625        $313,712      $4,147,507

Long-term Liabilities                                $0              $0              $0
Total Liabilities                              $177,625        $313,712      $4,147,507

Paid-in Capital                             $15,000,000     $15,000,000     $15,000,000
Retained Earnings                           ($2,220,000)    ($4,775,004)    ($2,997,389)
Earnings                                    ($2,555,004)      $1,777,615    $71,753,115
Total Capital                               $10,224,996     $12,002,611     $83,755,726
Total Liabilities and Capital               $10,402,621     $12,316,323     $87,903,233

Net Worth                                   $10,224,996     $12,002,611     $83,755,726
                                                                       Appendix

Table: Sales Forecast

Sales 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
Sales
Cash
ROFR Purchases
License Purchases
Total Sales                          $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0

Direct Cost of Sales             Month 1    Month 2    Month 3    Month 4    Month 5    Month 6    Month 7    Month 8    Month 9      Month      Month     Month
                                                                                                                                         10         11         12
License Fee to ET&T              $11,250    $11,250    $11,250    $11,250    $11,250    $11,250    $11,250    $11,250    $11,250    $11,250    $11,250    $11,250
Prototype Development           $166,667   $166,667   $166,667   $166,667   $166,667   $166,667   $166,667   $166,667   $166,667   $166,667   $166,667   $166,667
Subtotal Direct Cost of Sales   $177,917   $177,917   $177,917   $177,917   $177,917   $177,917   $177,917   $177,917   $177,917   $177,917   $177,917   $177,917




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Table: Personnel

Personnel Plan
                       Month 1   Month 2   Month 3   Month 4   Month 5   Month 6   Month 7   Month 8   Month 9     Month     Month    Month
                                                                                                                      10        11        12
[Company Name] Staff   $29,167   $29,167   $29,167   $29,167   $29,167   $29,167   $29,167   $29,167   $29,167   $29,167   $29,167   $29,167

Total People                2         2         2         2         2         2         2         2         2         2         2         2

Total Payroll          $29,167   $29,167   $29,167   $29,167   $29,167   $29,167   $29,167   $29,167   $29,167   $29,167   $29,167   $29,167




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Table: Profit and Loss

Pro Forma Profit and Loss
                              Month 1      Month 2      Month 3      Month 4      Month 5      Month 6      Month 7      Month 8      Month 9     Month 10     Month 11    Month 12
Sales                              $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0          $0
Direct Cost of Sales         $177,917     $177,917     $177,917     $177,917     $177,917     $177,917     $177,917     $177,917     $177,917     $177,917     $177,917    $177,917
Other Costs of Sales               $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0          $0
Total Cost of Sales          $177,917     $177,917     $177,917     $177,917     $177,917     $177,917     $177,917     $177,917     $177,917     $177,917     $177,917    $177,917

Gross Margin                ($177,917)   ($177,917)   ($177,917)   ($177,917)   ($177,917)   ($177,917)   ($177,917)   ($177,917)   ($177,917)   ($177,917)   ($177,917)   ($177,917)
Gross Margin %                  0.00%        0.00%        0.00%        0.00%        0.00%        0.00%        0.00%        0.00%        0.00%        0.00%        0.00%        0.00%


Expenses
Payroll                       $29,167      $29,167      $29,167      $29,167      $29,167      $29,167      $29,167      $29,167      $29,167      $29,167      $29,167      $29,167
Marketing/Promotion                $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0
Depreciation                       $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0
Consultant and Legal               $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0
cost
Travel & Misc                  $5,833       $5,833       $5,833       $5,833       $5,833       $5,833       $5,833       $5,833       $5,833       $5,833       $5,833       $5,833
Field Test and Third-              $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0
party Evaluation
Investment + Royalty               $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0           $0
Revenue Return


Total Operating               $35,000      $35,000      $35,000      $35,000      $35,000      $35,000      $35,000      $35,000      $35,000      $35,000      $35,000      $35,000
Expenses

Profit Before Interest      ($212,917)   ($212,917)   ($212,917)   ($212,917)   ($212,917)   ($212,917)   ($212,917)   ($212,917)   ($212,917)   ($212,917)   ($212,917)   ($212,917)
and Taxes
EBITDA                      ($212,917)   ($212,917)   ($212,917)   ($212,917)   ($212,917)   ($212,917)   ($212,917)   ($212,917)   ($212,917)   ($212,917)   ($212,917)   ($212,917)
 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 Profit                  ($212,917)   ($212,917)   ($212,917)   ($212,917)   ($212,917)   ($212,917)   ($212,917)   ($212,917)   ($212,917)   ($212,917)   ($212,917)   ($212,917)
Net Profit/Sales                0.00%        0.00%        0.00%        0.00%        0.00%        0.00%        0.00%        0.00%        0.00%        0.00%        0.00%        0.00%


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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 10   Month 11   Month 12
Cash Received

Cash from
Operations
Cash Sales                       $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0         $0         $0
Subtotal Cash                    $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0         $0         $0
from
Operations

Additional Cash
Received
Sales Tax, VAT,   0.00%          $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0         $0         $0
HST/GST
Received
New Current                      $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0         $0         $0
Borrowing
New Other                        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0         $0         $0
Liabilities
(interest-free)
New Long-term                    $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0         $0         $0
Liabilities
Sales of Other                   $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0         $0         $0
Current Assets
Sales of Long-                   $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0         $0         $0
term Assets
New Investment            $7,500,000       $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0         $0         $0
Received
Subtotal Cash             $7,500,000       $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0         $0         $0
Received




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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 10      Month 11      Month 12

Expenditures from Operations
Cash                    $29,167         $29,167       $29,167       $29,167       $29,167       $29,167       $29,167       $29,167       $29,167       $29,167       $29,167       $29,167
Spending
Bill Payments            $6,125        $183,750      $183,750      $183,750      $183,750      $183,750      $183,750      $183,750      $183,750      $183,750      $183,750      $183,750
Subtotal Spent on       $35,292        $212,917      $212,917      $212,917      $212,917      $212,917      $212,917      $212,917      $212,917      $212,917      $212,917      $212,917
Operations

Additional Cash Spent
Sales Tax,                     $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0
VAT,
HST/GST Paid
Out
Principal                      $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0
Repayment of
Current
Borrowing
Other                          $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0
Liabilities
Principal
Repayment
Long-term                      $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0
Liabilities
Principal
Repayment
Purchase                       $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0
Other Current
Assets
Purchase                       $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0
Long-term
Assets
Dividends                      $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0
Subtotal Cash             $35,292      $212,917      $212,917      $212,917      $212,917      $212,917      $212,917      $212,917      $212,917      $212,917      $212,917      $212,917
Spent

Net Cash                $7,464,708    ($212,917)    ($212,917)    ($212,917)    ($212,917)    ($212,917)    ($212,917)    ($212,917)    ($212,917)    ($212,917)    ($212,917)    ($212,917)
Flow
Cash Balance        $12,744,708      $12,531,791   $12,318,874   $12,105,957   $11,893,040   $11,680,123   $11,467,206   $11,254,289   $11,041,372   $10,828,455   $10,615,538   $10,402,621

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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             $5,280,000    $12,744,708    $12,531,791   $12,318,874   $12,105,957   $11,893,040   $11,680,123   $11,467,206   $11,254,289   $11,041,372   $10,828,455   $10,615,538   $10,402,621
Other                    $0             $0             $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0
Current
Assets
Total Current    $5,280,000    $12,744,708    $12,531,791   $12,318,874   $12,105,957   $11,893,040   $11,680,123   $11,467,206   $11,254,289   $11,041,372   $10,828,455   $10,615,538   $10,402,621
Assets

Long-term
Assets
Long-term                 $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0
Assets
Accumulated               $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0
Depreciation
Total Long-               $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0
term Assets
Total Assets     $5,280,000    $12,744,708    $12,531,791   $12,318,874   $12,105,957   $11,893,040   $11,680,123   $11,467,206   $11,254,289   $11,041,372   $10,828,455   $10,615,538   $10,402,621




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Table: Balance Sheet (Continued)

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

Current
Liabilities
Accounts               $0       $177,625       $177,625       $177,625       $177,625       $177,625       $177,625       $177,625       $177,625       $177,625       $177,625       $177,625       $177,625
Payable
Current                $0             $0             $0             $0             $0             $0             $0             $0             $0             $0             $0             $0             $0
Borrowing
Other                  $0             $0             $0             $0             $0             $0             $0             $0             $0             $0             $0             $0             $0
Current
Liabilities
Subtotal               $0       $177,625       $177,625       $177,625       $177,625       $177,625       $177,625       $177,625       $177,625       $177,625       $177,625       $177,625       $177,625
Current
Liabilities

Long-term              $0             $0             $0             $0             $0             $0             $0             $0             $0             $0             $0             $0             $0
Liabilities
Total                  $0       $177,625       $177,625       $177,625       $177,625       $177,625       $177,625       $177,625       $177,625       $177,625       $177,625       $177,625       $177,625
Liabilities

Paid-in        $7,500,000    $15,000,000    $15,000,000    $15,000,000    $15,000,000    $15,000,000    $15,000,000    $15,000,000    $15,000,000    $15,000,000    $15,000,000    $15,000,000    $15,000,000
Capital
Retained      ($2,220,000)   ($2,220,000)   ($2,220,000)   ($2,220,000)   ($2,220,000)   ($2,220,000)   ($2,220,000)   ($2,220,000)   ($2,220,000)   ($2,220,000)   ($2,220,000)   ($2,220,000)   ($2,220,000)
Earnings
Earnings               $0     ($212,917)     ($425,834)     ($638,751)     ($851,668)    ($1,064,585)   ($1,277,502)   ($1,490,419)   ($1,703,336)   ($1,916,253)   ($2,129,170)   ($2,342,087)   ($2,555,004)
Total          $5,280,000    $12,567,083    $12,354,166    $12,141,249    $11,928,332    $11,715,415    $11,502,498    $11,289,581    $11,076,664    $10,863,747    $10,650,830    $10,437,913    $10,224,996
Capital
Total          $5,280,000    $12,744,708    $12,531,791    $12,318,874    $12,105,957    $11,893,040    $11,680,123    $11,467,206    $11,254,289    $11,041,372    $10,828,455    $10,615,538    $10,402,621
Liabilities
and Capital

Net Worth      $5,280,000    $12,567,083    $12,354,166    $12,141,249    $11,928,332    $11,715,415    $11,502,498    $11,289,581    $11,076,664    $10,863,747    $10,650,830    $10,437,913    $10,224,996




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