Business Plan for Youth Job Training and Career Services

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					Business Plan for Youth Job
Training and Career Services
This Business Plan for a Youth Job Training and Career Services organization 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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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].




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                                                               Table of Contents



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

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     Chart: Break-even Analysis ....................................................................................................16
   8.4 Projected Profit and Loss .....................................................................................................17
     Table: Surplus and Deficit .......................................................................................................17
     Chart: Surplus Monthly.............................................................................................................18
     Chart: Surplus Yearly ................................................................................................................18
     Chart: Gross Surplus Monthly................................................................................................19
     Chart: Gross Surplus Yearly ...................................................................................................19
   8.5 Projected Cash Flow...............................................................................................................20
     Table: Cash Flow .........................................................................................................................20
     Table: Cash Flow (Continued)................................................................................................21
     Chart: Cash ...................................................................................................................................21
   8.6 Projected Balance Sheet ......................................................................................................22
     Table: Balance Sheet.................................................................................................................22
   8.7 Business Ratios ........................................................................................................................22
     Table: Ratios .................................................................................................................................23

APPENDIX
Table: Funding Forecast .....................................................................................................................1
Table: Surplus and Deficit .................................................................................................................2
Table: Cash Flow ...................................................................................................................................3
    Table: Cash Flow (Continued)..................................................................................................4
Table: Balance Sheet...........................................................................................................................5




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                                     [Company Name]

1.0 Executive Summary

   Company: [Company Name].
   Contact: [Name]
   Address: [Address]
   [City, State ZIP]
   Phone: XXX-XXX-XXXX
   Fax: XXX-XXX-XXXX
    Email: [Email Address]

   Introduction
   [Company Name]. provides hands on job training programs for youth in the metro Pocatello,
   Chubbuck ID area. The Foundation strives to be an asset to its community. By providing
   quality, life changing, job training skills; the Foundation is fulfilling the needs of the youth, as
   well as aiding in the improvement of its local economy. Additionally, the Foundation also has a
   strong environmental focus, in which it will sponsor projects that will improve the landscape
   and property value within its community. These projects will help to increase the aesthetics of
   its environment.

   With grant funding, [Company Name]. will be able to effectively develop its Organization and be
   a positive resource for its community. Furthermore, the Foundation will be able to build
   exposure through effective marketing.

   Location
   [Company Name]. is located in the city of Chubbuck, which is in Bannock County, ID.

   The Company
   [Company Name]. is a start-up, family owned Foundation. The Organization caters to youth and
   professionals interested in obtaining or providing hands on job training skills in the Pocatello,
   Chubbuck ID area. The owners of [Company Name]. are [Name] . [Name] are a successful
   husband and wife business team with immense knowledge on how to run an effective business.

   Our Services
   [Company Name]. will offer training programs to youth in the Pocatello, Chubbuck ID area in
   the career field of their choice. These programs are based on those who need to learn to work
   with their hands and don’t enjoy the school setting.

   The Market
       High school students
       College students
       Staffing services
       Well rounded professionals

   Financial Considerations
   The current financial plan for [Company Name]. is to obtain grant funding in the amount of
   $1,400,000. The grant will be used to cover labor expenses, build a warehouse/office space,
   purchase inventory, do marketing/advertising and cover operation capital.




                                                                           [Name] | XXX-XXX-XXXX
                                      [Company Name]

   The major focus for grant funding is as follows:

   1. The Foundation is a woman owned minority business

   2. It will provide youth with job training skills

   3. It will sponsor programs that will improve the environment

   4. Hire employees; the Organization will look to hire veterans, minorities and the unemployed.




   Chart: Highlights


                               Highlights
       $180,000

       $160,000

       $140,000

       $120,000
                                                                          Funding
       $100,000
                                                                          Gross Surplus
        $80,000
                                                                          Net Surplus
        $60,000

        $40,000

        $20,000

            $0
                    Year 1            Year 2           Year 3



1.1 Objectives

   Key objectives for [Company Name]. in the first year are as follows:

        Provide youth with the proper hands on training and skills needed to work in the career of
         their choice
        Build warehouse and launch organization
        Hire employees
        Do extensive marketing and advertising to build exposure

1.2 Mission

   It is Teaching Youth To Work Foundation's desire to provide opportunities for young people to
   learn new trades. The Organization will place young people with trusted professionals to ensure
   that they learn good work ethics.




                                                                           [Name] | XXX-XXX-XXXX
                                    [Company Name]

1.3 Keys to Success

   Teaching Youth To Work Foundation's success will be dependent upon:

      Honesty
      Integrity
      Hard work
      Positive attitude

2.0 Organization Summary

   [Company Name]. is headquartered in Chubbuck, Idaho

   Contact: [Name]
   Address: [Address]
   [City, State ZIP]
   Phone: XXX-XXX-XXXX
   Fax: XXX-XXX-XXXX
    Email: [Email Address]

   [Company Name]. is a start-up, family owned Foundation located in Chubbuck,
   ID. The Organization caters to youth and professionals interested in obtaining or providing
   hands on job training skills in the Pocatello, Chubbuck ID area. The Organization will place
   young people with trusted professionals to build job skills and excellent work ethics.
   Additionally, the Organization will utilize client applications and conduct interviews to find the
   interest of the youth entering its program so it can partner them with the right professionals.

   The owners of [Company Name]. are [Name] . [Name] are a successful husband and wife
   business team with immense knowledge on how to run an effective business. [Name] are also
   the owners of [Company Name], Inc. which has been in business since 1999.

2.1 Legal Entity

   [Company Name]. is a 501(c)3 organization located in Chubbuck, ID. It is a woman owned
   minority business. The owners of the start-up Organization are [Name] , who have a 50/50
   ownership agreement.

2.2 Start-up Summary

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




                                                                          [Name] | XXX-XXX-XXXX
                                   [Company Name]

Table: Start-up

Start-up

Requirements

Start-up Expenses
Advertising                                                        $100,000
Professional Fees                                                    $6,400
Total Start-up Expenses                                            $106,400

Start-up Assets
Cash Required                                                            $0
Start-up Inventory                                                 $200,000
Other Current Assets                                                 $5,000
Long-term Assets                                                   $200,000
Total Assets                                                       $405,000

Total Requirements                                                 $511,400




   Chart: Start-up


                                           Start-up

     $1,400,000


     $1,200,000

     $1,000,000


      $800,000

      $600,000


      $400,000

      $200,000


            $0
                       Expenses   Assets              Investment          Loans




                                                                                  [Name] | XXX-XXX-XXXX
                                    [Company Name]

3.0 Services

   [Company Name]. will provide a number of services that will enhance the youth. These services
   include:

          Hands on career training
          Career counseling
          Credible work experience

    Students will benefit from this service because they will be able to see and experience what is
    being taught, which will provide a way for those who learn in this manner to do it without the
    distractions that accompany schools.

4.0 Market Analysis Summary

   [Company Name]. plans on speaking with high schools, colleges, staffing services, along with
   other groups to propose the advantages of its job training program. The Organization also plans
   on finding the interest of those entering so that they can enroll in the program that suits their
   needs. [Company Name]. will gain this information through an application process then follow-
   up with interviews. The Organization's contacts with educational or work service entities, will be
   the counselors and schools to work programs that already exist in many districts. Additionally,
   the Foundation will team up with other organizations (Sportsman For Fish and Wildlife,
   Greenway Environmental, Idaho Fish and Game Department, Idaho Youth Corp., etc).

   The job training program not only benefits young people, but will give trainers an edge in its
   respective fields. It will also aid trainers who are helping to teach others in their own
   neighborhoods by giving them a larger support net; therefore winning more bids not just for
   their work, but for what they are doing to help others.

   Overall, [Company Name]. will continue to grow and change for the better as its support
   increases. Currently, the Organization focuses on the metro Pocatello, Chubbuck ID area, which
   it will provide services to young people with the support of local professionals within the area;
   however, the Organization plans on growing and eventually extending to other areas as
   well. [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

   Teaching Youth To Work Foundation Corp's target market strategy is based on becoming a
   destination for youth and professionals interested in obtaining or providing hands on job
   training skills in the Pocatello, Chubbuck ID area. The Organization's marketing strategy is
   based on superior performance in the following areas:

      Quality training programs
      Knowledgeable staff
      Customer service
      Community relations




                                                                          [Name] | XXX-XXX-XXXX
                                       [Company Name]

    Customers within the job training industry want effective training and exceptional customer.
    [Company Name]'s customers will appreciate the quality service, as well as the knowledgeable
    and experienced staff. These customers may have the option to get job training services
    elsewhere, but will utilize [Company Name]. due to the Organization's relationship with its
    community and its passion for empowering youth. [Company Name]. is beneficial because the
    Organization will deliver the dedication and dependability that customers desire.

    The table below shows [Company Name]’s market areas and its population.

Table: Market Analysis

Market Analysis
                                         Year 1    Year 2       Year 3         Year 4    Year 5
Potential Customers           Growth                                                              CAGR
Chubbuck                         3%       9,700     9,991      10,291         10,600     10,918   3.00%
Pocatello                        3%      51,466    53,010      54,600         56,238     57,925   3.00%
American Falls                   2%       4,111     4,193       4,277          4,363      4,450   2.00%
Fort Hall                        2%       3,193     3,257       3,322          3,388      3,456   2.00%
Downy                            1%         613       619         625            631        637   0.96%
Lava Hot Springs                 1%         521       526         531            536        541   0.95%
Inkom                            1%         738       745         752            760        768   1.00%
McCammon                         1%         805       813         821            829        837   0.98%
Aberdeen                         2%       1,840     1,877       1,915          1,953      1,992   2.00%
Blackfoot                        2%      10,419    10,627      10,840         11,057     11,278   2.00%
Bannock County                   3%      80,812    83,236      85,733         88,305     90,954   3.00%
Power County                     2%       7,683     7,837       7,994          8,154      8,317   2.00%
Bingham County                   3%      43,903    45,220      46,577         47,974     49,413   3.00%
Total                         2.85%     215,804   221,951     228,278        234,788    241,486   2.85%

Chart: Market Analysis (Pie)


                      Market Analysis (Pie)

                                                            Chubbuck

                                                            Pocatello

                                                            American Falls

                                                            Fort Hall

                                                            Downy

                                                            Lava Hot Springs

                                                            Inkom

                                                            McCammon

                                                            Aberdeen




                                                                                [Name] | XXX-XXX-XXXX
                                    [Company Name]

4.2 Target Market Segment Strategy

   Teaching Youth To Work Foundation Corp's target market segments consist of youth and
   established professionals interested in obtaining or providing hands on job training skills in
   the Pocatello, Chubbuck ID area. The Organization knows that satisfied customers
   aid the entity by referring its business to other clients who need these services.

   Currently, [Company Name]. serves the job training market segment. [Company Name]'s
   choice of target markets is based on an in-depth understanding of the customer's needs.
   [Company Name]’s quality services as well as its strong community focus will
   allow the Organization to effectively compete and establish a reputation within its area.
   However strengthening its marketing strategy will improve the Organization's profitability levels
   as well as provide more business opportunities for the Organization.

4.3 Service Business Analysis

   Nationally, the job training industry was composed of many small companies, a majority being
   non-profits and state-supported organizations. In the mid 1990s, the top 46 companies, which
   made up less than one percent of the total number of establishments in this industry, had sales
   of $1.03 billion. This figure represented approximately 25 percent of the entire industry's sales.

   Traditionally, training programs had been implemented in response to specific problems or
   situations. In fact, most of the money spent on training programs went to programs for
   professional and managerial staff, ignoring other workers whose skill development would
   mandate more expenditure.

   The number of individuals who lacked marketable skills fueled the growth of the rehabilitative
   and vocational training industry. Firms in this industry were formed as a result of the lack of
   training available to individuals without a college degree. Many of these companies operated on
   the premise that people would derive greater benefits from training programs if they were able
   to help themselves.

   As simple as it may be, [Company Name]'s method of executing exceptional service while
   providing youth with top-notch hands on training 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 fundraising events, as well as a practice of strong communication will bring the support
   the Organization desires.

4.3.1 Competition and Buying Patterns

   [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 the needs of youth as well participating companies. Furthermore, the
   Organization knows that the proper image and visibility will aid in getting its name out and
   achieving its fundraising goals.




                                                                          [Name] | XXX-XXX-XXXX
                                    [Company Name]

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, Organization background
   and announcements. Additionally the website will allow supporters and sponsors to provide
   donations online. The website will be another method to provide steady fundraiser opportunities
   in its service area.

   [Company Name]. plans to enhance its 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 the
   Organization as well as providing specific information on the services offered. The Foundation
   will create alliances with many local 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. It will advertise its site on
   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]. will have an attractive, simple and informative internet focused website. It
   will be a user friendly site from a dependable hosting company. The owners of [Company
   Name]. will keep the website current.

   Tasks necessary for the completion of the site include:

      Domain name registration
      Purchase of Web hosting plan
      Development of site look and feel

   While the website look and feel will evolve over time, creating a web presence consistent with
   the Organization’s identity is an immediate priority.




                                                                        [Name] | XXX-XXX-XXXX
                                     [Company Name]

6.0 Strategy and Implementation Summary

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

6.1 SWOT Analysis



                       Strengths
                           Weaknesses
                                Opportunities
                                  Threats

6.1.1 Strengths

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

      Excellent and stable staff, with viable experience
      Industry knowledge and passion
      Clear vision of the market need
      Good community relations

6.1.2 Weaknesses

   [Company Name]'s main weakness involves getting started; however, the Foundation can
   partner with other organizations that will jump start the process and make it stronger.

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 the youth to benefit from a quality job training
   program.


                                                                           [Name] | XXX-XXX-XXXX
                                    [Company Name]

6.2 Competitive Edge

   The owners of [Company Name]. are working diligently to offer numerous fundraising events to
   provide effective job training programs to youth in its area. The Organization will have the
   community support it needs to thrive; therefore, by building a business based on satisfying
   clients, [Company Name]. simultaneously build defenses against competition. Furthermore,
   the Organization will help the community understand what it offers them and why they need it.

   [Company Name]. knows that the potential for helping others is vast. When the graduates of
   this program start their own businesses or continue in their own fields, it will instill in them a
   sense of accomplishment, unrivaled by any other experience. They will gain self-worth, their
   confidence will increase and they will overcome with their knowledge being eager to render
   service either paid or unpaid to those who need it. Both types of service will be required in the
   job training program. The idea that knowledge helps all those surrounding it is unarguable. The
   Organization knows that it is a definite advantage for society.


6.3 Marketing Strategy

   [Company Name]'s marketing strategy involves co-sponsoring events; partnering with similar
   organizations; using mail solicitations, email solicitations, personal solicitations and grant
   solicitations; as well as using word-of-mouth advertising. Additionally the Organization will use
   local publications, brochures, business cards, online channels and its website to advertise it
   services and solicit donations.

   Currently, [Company Name]. has an advantage because the owners are a superior
   business team that has excellent work ethics, customer service and communication
   skills. The owners also offer in-depth knowledge of running a successful business, organizing
   fundraiser events and offering job training services to the local youth. Additionally, [Company
   Name]'s quality of work and level of integrity will help the Organization build a strong
   reputation within its community.




6.4 Sales Strategy

   [Company Name]. will rely on grants, private business donations and fundraisers to meet its
   funding goals. Additionally the Foundation plans on creating an alumni association through its
   past graduates, in which they will be able to help keep the job training program going. This

                                                                          [Name] | XXX-XXX-XXXX
                                     [Company Name]

   furthers the alumni's sense of fulfillment with the program as well as helps them to empower
   and educate other youth in need of hands on job training.

   Overall, 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    the    youth,    businesses    and the
   community 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 and professionals happy is an implicit part of building a
   relationship that will encourage donations and fundraising participation.

6.4.1 Sales Forecast

   The chart and table below show Teach Youth To Work Foundation Inc's projected Funding
   Forecast. Annual projections for three years are shown here, with first year monthly figures in
   the appendix.

   [Company Name]'s funding forecast includes:

      Fundraiser events
      Donations

   [Company Name]'s projections are based on a 10% increase each year. Year 1, Year 2 and Year
   3, funding forecast for [Company Name]. are $155,479, $163,253 and $179,578.

Table: Funding Forecast

Funding Forecast
                                                         Year 1            Year 2            Year 3
Funding
Fundraiser Events                                     $108,975          $114,424           $125,866
Donations                                              $46,504           $48,829            $53,712
Total Funding                                         $155,479          $163,253           $179,578

Direct Cost of Funding                                  Year 1             Year 2            Year 3
Fundraiser Events                                      $52,787            $55,426           $60,969

Subtotal Cost of Funding                               $52,787            $55,426           $60,969




                                                                           [Name] | XXX-XXX-XXXX
                                                                        [Company Name]

Chart: Funding Monthly


                                          Funding Monthly

 $14,000

 $12,000

 $10,000
                                                                                                                                         Fundraiser Events
  $8,000
                                                                                                                                         Donations
  $6,000

  $4,000

  $2,000

     $0
            Month 1

                      Month 2

                                Month 3

                                          Month 4

                                                    Month 5

                                                              Month 6

                                                                        Month 7

                                                                                  Month 8

                                                                                            Month 9

                                                                                                        Month 10

                                                                                                                   Month 11

                                                                                                                              Month 12

Chart: Funding by Year


                                          Funding by Year

 $180,000

 $160,000

 $140,000

 $120,000
                                                                                                                                         Fundraiser Events
 $100,000
                                                                                                                                         Donations
  $80,000

  $60,000

  $40,000

  $20,000

      $0
                        Year 1                                Year 2                                  Year 3




                                                                                                                                              [Name] | XXX-XXX-XXXX
                                     [Company Name]

6.5 Milestones

   In order to achieve the growth and marketing goals that have been outline in this business
   plan, [Company Name]. has deadlines to meet and ideas to implement. Some of these are
   outlined below:

   1.    Obtain grant funding in the amount of $1,400,000 to improve business
   2.    Cover Labor Expenses
   3.    Build Warehouse/Office Space
   4.    Purchase Inventory
   5.    Do Marketing/Advertising
   6.    Cover Operation Capital

Table: Milestones

Milestones

Milestone                        Budget      Manager
Obtain Grant Funding                          [Name]
Cover Labor Expenses           $530,000       [Name]
Build Warehouse/Office         $200,000       [Name]
Space
Purchase Inventory             $200,000       [Name]
Do Marketing/Advertising       $100,000       [Name]
Cover Operation Capital        $370,000       [Name]

Totals                       $1,400,000


7.0 Management Summary

   [Company Name]. is a family entity. The owners are a husband and wife business team and
   support system that does not allow failure. [Name] are also the owners of [Company Name],
   Inc. which has been in business since 1999.

   [Company Name]’s management structure is listed below.

        [Name] - President
        [Name] (wife) -Secretary
        [Name](son) - Vice President, CEO
        [Name](daughter in-law) -Director
        [Name](daughter) - Treasurer

   These are the first officers of the entity. Changes will be made in the future if needed.




                                                                           [Name] | XXX-XXX-XXXX
                                    [Company Name]

7.1 Personnel Plan

   The small staff will consist of the owners ([Name] ), [Name], [Name]and [Name]. The
   owners will also hire two more employees as well as volunteers to assist with the workload.
   Additional personnel will be added as needed.

   The owners and managers will not take out a salary until the Organization is well
   established. Upon the receipt of grant funding, the personnel will use $530,000 to cover all of
   its labor expenses (salaries, training and program development). The average hours to be
   worked have not been determined yet. The scope of the work is in its beginning stages and will
   grow as time progresses. As a growing entity, the Organization will make positive changes as
   necessary.

8.0 Financial Plan

   The current financial plan is based on the assumption of achieving desired levels of funding.
   Additionally, [Company Name]. plans to obtain grant funding in the amount of $1,400,000. The
   grant will be used to cover labor expenses, build a warehouse/office space, purchase inventory,
   do marketing/advertising and cover operation capital.

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

       Important Assumptions
       Break-even Analysis
       Surplus and Deficit
       Cash Flow
       Balance Sheet
      Business Ratios

8.1 Start-up Funding

   [Company Name]'s start-up costs (professional fees, advertising expenses, inventory and long-
   term assets) are detailed in the Start-up Table. The following table shows how these start-up
   costs will be funded.




                                                                         [Name] | XXX-XXX-XXXX
                                            [Company Name]

Table: Start-up Funding

Start-up Funding
Start-up Expenses to Fund                              $106,400
Start-up Assets to Fund                                $405,000
Total Funding Required                                 $511,400

Assets
Non-cash Assets from Start-up                          $405,000
Cash Requirements from Start-up                               $0
Additional Cash Raised                                 $888,600
Cash Balance on Starting Date                          $888,600
Total Assets                                          $1,293,600


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                                              $1,400,000
Additional Investment Requirement                             $0
Total Planned Investment                              $1,400,000

Loss at Start-up (Start-up Expenses)                  ($106,400)
Total Capital                                         $1,293,600


Total Capital and Liabilities                         $1,293,600

Total Funding                                         $1,400,000




                                                                   [Name] | XXX-XXX-XXXX
                                                [Company Name]

8.2 Important Assumptions

   The table below presents the assumptions used in the financial calculations of this grant plan.
   [Company Name]'s is 501(c)3 and is taxed accordingly. The Foundation's expenses assume a
   3% increase due to inflation & other cost variables.

8.3 Break-even Analysis

   For the break-even analysis, the monthly revenue needed to break-even is $13,263. 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                                          $13,263

Assumptions:
Average Percent Variable Cost                                           34%
Estimated Monthly Fixed Cost                                          $8,760


   Chart: Break-even Analysis


                                           Break-even Analysis
      $6,000


      $4,000


      $2,000


          $0


     ($2,000)


     ($4,000)


     ($6,000)


     ($8,000)

                $0            $4,000            $8,000          $12,000       $16,000       $20,000
                     $2,000            $6,000            $10,000       $14,000       $18,000       $22,000




                                                                                                [Name] | XXX-XXX-XXXX
                                    [Company Name]

8.4 Projected Profit and Loss

   [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 1, Year 2 and Year 3 are $155,479, $163,253 and $179,578, respectively.
   The net surplus for the same period is ($2,428), ($297) and $7,396. The percentage of the
   net surplus/funding for this period is -1.56%, -0.18% and 4.12%, respectively.

   Due to the Organization's current location (the [Company Name] business), the Organization
   has a lack of operating expenses. However, it will have regular operating expenses once the
   warehouse is constructed.

   Additionally, the current depreciation expense includes the new building, which will be
   depreciated over a 39 year period.

Table: Surplus and Deficit

Surplus and Deficit
                                               Year 1           Year 2           Year 3
Funding                                      $155,479         $163,253         $179,578
Direct Cost                                   $52,787          $55,426          $60,969
Other Costs of Funding                             $0               $0               $0
Total Direct Cost                             $52,787          $55,426          $60,969

Gross Surplus                                $102,692         $107,827         $118,609
Gross Surplus %                               66.05%           66.05%           66.05%


Expenses
Payroll                                            $0               $0               $0
Marketing/Promotion                           $99,996         $102,996         $106,086
Depreciation                                   $5,124           $5,128           $5,128
Rent                                               $0               $0               $0
Utilities                                          $0               $0               $0
Insurance                                          $0               $0               $0
Payroll Taxes                                      $0               $0               $0
Other                                              $0               $0               $0

Total Operating Expenses                     $105,120         $108,124         $111,214

Surplus Before Interest and Taxes             ($2,428)          ($297)           $7,396
EBITDA                                          $2,696          $4,831          $12,524
 Interest Expense                                   $0              $0               $0
 Taxes Incurred                                     $0              $0               $0

Net Surplus                                   ($2,428)           ($297)          $7,396
Net Surplus/Funding                            -1.56%           -0.18%           4.12%




                                                                      [Name] | XXX-XXX-XXXX
                                          [Company Name]

Chart: Surplus Monthly


                                          Surplus Monthly
    $0

  ($30)

  ($60)

  ($90)

 ($120)

 ($150)

 ($180)

 ($210)

 ($240)

 ($270)


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




Chart: Surplus Yearly


                                           Surplus Yearly


  $8,000


  $6,000


  $4,000


  $2,000


      $0


 ($2,000)

                       Year 1                    Year 2                   Year 3




                                                                                        [Name] | XXX-XXX-XXXX
                                        [Company Name]

Chart: Gross Surplus Monthly


                                   Gross Surplus Monthly
 $9,000

 $8,000

 $7,000

 $6,000

 $5,000

 $4,000

 $3,000

 $2,000

 $1,000

    $0
          Month 1       Month 3       Month 5       Month 7       Month 9      Month 11
                 Month 2       Month 4       Month 6       Month 8      Month 10      Month 12




Chart: Gross Surplus Yearly


                                    Gross Surplus Yearly


 $120,000


 $100,000


  $80,000


  $60,000


  $40,000


  $20,000


      $0
                      Year 1                   Year 2                   Year 3




                                                                                      [Name] | XXX-XXX-XXXX
                                        [Company Name]

8.5 Projected Cash Flow

    [Company Name]. has applied for a grant of $1,400,000. [Company Name]. forecast that it
    will receive the grant during the first quarter of 2011. During this period, the Company will use
    the money to cover labor expenses, build a warehouse/office space, purchase inventory, do
    marketing/advertising and cover operation capital.

    The inventory expense is reflected in the purchase of current assets, while the building of the
    warehouse/office space is reflected in the purchase of long-term assets. [Company Name]'s
    cash plan is based on the assumption that the Company meets its forecast objectives and
    collects receivables within 60 days.

    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 Funding                                           $116,609         $122,440         $134,684
Cash from Receivables                                   $31,851          $40,462          $44,158
Subtotal Cash from Operations                          $148,461         $162,902         $178,841

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                                      $0               $0               $0
Subtotal Cash Received                                 $148,461         $162,902         $178,841




                                                                           [Name] | XXX-XXX-XXXX
                                                                    [Company Name]


Table: Cash Flow (Continued)

Expenditures                                                                                                            Year 1                  Year 2          Year 3

Expenditures from Operations
Cash Spending                                                                                                               $0                      $0              $0
Bill Payments                                                                                                          $91,941                $194,852        $196,949
Subtotal Spent on Operations                                                                                           $91,941                $194,852        $196,949

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                                                                                    $200,000                           $0              $0
Purchase Long-term Assets                                                                                        $200,000                           $0              $0
Dividends                                                                                                              $0                           $0              $0
Subtotal Cash Spent                                                                                              $491,941                     $194,852        $196,949

Net Cash Flow                                                                                               ($343,480)                        ($31,950)       ($18,108)
Cash Balance                                                                                                  $545,120                        $513,170        $495,063




   Chart: Cash


                                                          Cash
      $600,000

      $500,000

      $400,000

      $300,000

      $200,000
                                                                                                                                              Net Cash Flow
      $100,000
                                                                                                                                              Cash Balance
            $0

     ($100,000)

     ($200,000)

     ($300,000)
                  Month 1

                            Month 2

                                      Month 3

                                                Month 4

                                                          Month 5

                                                                    Month 6

                                                                              Month 7

                                                                                        Month 8

                                                                                                  Month 9

                                                                                                            Month 10

                                                                                                                        Month 11

                                                                                                                                   Month 12




                                                                                                                                                [Name] | XXX-XXX-XXXX
                                    [Company Name]

8.6 Projected Balance Sheet

    [Company Name]'s net worth is $1,291,172, $1,290,875 and $1,298,270 for Year 1, Year 2,
    and Year 3 respectively. The Organization's Total Assets for this same period will be
    $1,299,227, $1,307,603 and $1,314,409, respectively.

Table: Balance Sheet

Pro Forma Balance Sheet
                                                     Year 1            Year 2           Year 3
Assets

Current Assets
Cash                                               $545,120         $513,170          $495,063
Accounts Receivable                                  $7,018           $7,369            $8,106
Inventory                                          $147,213         $192,315          $221,621
Other Current Assets                               $205,000         $205,000          $205,000
Total Current Assets                               $904,351         $917,855          $929,789

Long-term Assets
Long-term Assets                                   $400,000         $400,000          $400,000
Accumulated Depreciation                             $5,124          $10,252           $15,380
Total Long-term Assets                             $394,876         $389,748          $384,620
Total Assets                                     $1,299,227       $1,307,603        $1,314,409

Liabilities and Capital                              Year 1            Year 2           Year 3

Current Liabilities
Accounts Payable                                     $8,055          $16,728           $16,139
Current Borrowing                                        $0               $0                $0
Other Current Liabilities                                $0               $0                $0
Subtotal Current Liabilities                         $8,055          $16,728           $16,139

Long-term Liabilities                                    $0               $0                $0
Total Liabilities                                    $8,055          $16,728           $16,139

Paid-in Capital                                  $1,400,000       $1,400,000        $1,400,000
Accumulated Surplus/Deficit                      ($106,400)       ($108,828)        ($109,125)
Surplus/Deficit                                     ($2,428)          ($297)            $7,396
Total Capital                                    $1,291,172       $1,290,875        $1,298,270
Total Liabilities and Capital                    $1,299,227       $1,307,603        $1,314,409

Net Worth                                        $1,291,172       $1,290,875        $1,298,270


8.7 Business Ratios

    The table below presents the projected business ratios from the apprenticeship training services
    as a reference with sales/funding less than $500,000.




                                                                         [Name] | XXX-XXX-XXXX
                                             [Company Name]


Table: Ratios

Ratio Analysis
                                                   Year 1     Year 2       Year 3   Industry Profile
Funding Growth                                       n.a.     5.00%       10.00%             7.81%

Percent of Total Assets
Accounts Receivable                                 0.54%      0.56%        0.62%           25.03%
Inventory                                          11.33%     14.71%       16.86%            1.13%
Other Current Assets                               15.78%     15.68%       15.60%           46.83%
Total Current Assets                               69.61%     70.19%       70.74%           72.99%
Long-term Assets                                   30.39%     29.81%       29.26%           27.01%
Total Assets                                      100.00%    100.00%      100.00%          100.00%

Current Liabilities                                0.62%      1.28%        1.23%            54.90%
Long-term Liabilities                              0.00%      0.00%        0.00%            31.83%
Total Liabilities                                  0.62%      1.28%        1.23%            86.73%
Net Worth                                         99.38%     98.72%       98.77%            13.27%

Percent of Funding
Funding                                           100.00%    100.00%      100.00%          100.00%
Gross Surplus                                      66.05%     66.05%       66.05%           89.77%
Selling, General & Administrative Expenses         67.61%     66.23%       61.93%           39.59%
Advertising Expenses                               64.31%     63.09%       59.07%            2.89%
Surplus Before Interest and Taxes                  -1.56%     -0.18%        4.12%           14.31%

Main Ratios
Current                                            112.27       54.87       57.61              1.12
Quick                                                93.99      43.37       43.88              1.10
Total Debt to Total Assets                          0.62%      1.28%       1.23%            86.73%
Pre-tax Return on Net Worth                        -0.19%     -0.02%       0.57%           208.32%
Pre-tax Return on Assets                           -0.19%     -0.02%       0.56%            27.64%




                                                                        [Name] | XXX-XXX-XXXX
                               [Company Name]

Table: Ratios (Continued)

Additional Ratios                   Year 1     Year 2       Year 3
Net Surplus Margin                  -1.56%     -0.18%       4.12%          n.a
Return on Equity                    -0.19%     -0.02%       0.57%          n.a

Activity Ratios
Accounts Receivable Turnover           5.54       5.54        5.54         n.a
Collection Days                          57         64          63         n.a
Inventory Turnover                     0.30       0.33        0.29         n.a
Accounts Payable Turnover             12.41      12.17       12.17         n.a
Payment Days                             27         22          31         n.a
Total Asset Turnover                   0.12       0.12        0.14         n.a

Debt Ratios
Debt to Net Worth                      0.01       0.01        0.01         n.a
Current Liab. to Liab.                 1.00       1.00        1.00         n.a

Liquidity Ratios
Net Working Capital                $896,296   $901,127    $913,650         n.a
Interest Coverage                      0.00       0.00        0.00         n.a

Additional Ratios
Assets to Funding                      8.36       8.01        7.32         n.a
Current Debt/Total Assets               1%         1%          1%          n.a
Acid Test                             93.12      42.93       43.38         n.a
Funding/Net Worth                      0.12       0.13        0.14         n.a
Dividend Payout                        0.00       0.00        0.00         n.a




                                                         [Name] | XXX-XXX-XXXX
                                                             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           $8,125    $8,288    $8,454    $8,623    $8,795    $8,971    $9,150    $9,333    $9,520    $9,710    $9,904   $10,102
Donations                   $3,467    $3,536    $3,607    $3,679    $3,753    $3,828    $3,905    $3,983    $4,063    $4,144    $4,227    $4,312
Total Funding              $11,592   $11,824   $12,061   $12,302   $12,548   $12,799   $13,055   $13,316   $13,583   $13,854   $14,131   $14,414

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           $3,129    $3,317    $3,516    $3,727    $3,951    $4,188    $4,439    $4,705    $4,987    $5,286    $5,603    $5,939

Subtotal Cost of Funding    $3,129    $3,317    $3,516    $3,727    $3,951    $4,188    $4,439    $4,705    $4,987    $5,286    $5,603    $5,939




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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                        $11,592   $11,824   $12,061   $12,302     $12,548   $12,799   $13,055   $13,316   $13,583    $13,854    $14,131   $14,414
Direct Cost                     $3,129    $3,317    $3,516    $3,727      $3,951    $4,188    $4,439    $4,705    $4,987     $5,286     $5,603    $5,939
Other Costs of Funding              $0        $0        $0        $0          $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0         $0        $0
Total Direct Cost               $3,129    $3,317    $3,516    $3,727      $3,951    $4,188    $4,439    $4,705    $4,987     $5,286     $5,603    $5,939

Gross Surplus                   $8,463    $8,507    $8,545    $8,575      $8,597    $8,611    $8,616    $8,611    $8,596     $8,568     $8,528    $8,475
Gross Surplus %                73.01%    71.95%    70.85%    69.70%      68.51%    67.28%    66.00%    64.67%    63.28%     61.84%     60.35%    58.80%


Expenses
Payroll                             $0        $0        $0        $0          $0        $0        $0        $0        $0         $0         $0        $0
Marketing/Promotion             $8,333    $8,333    $8,333    $8,333      $8,333    $8,333    $8,333    $8,333    $8,333     $8,333     $8,333    $8,333
Depreciation                      $427      $427      $427      $427        $427      $427      $427      $427      $427       $427       $427      $427
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             8%        $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                 $8,760    $8,760    $8,760    $8,760      $8,760    $8,760    $8,760    $8,760    $8,760     $8,760     $8,760    $8,760
Expenses

Surplus Before Interest         ($297)    ($253)    ($215)    ($185)      ($163)    ($149)    ($144)    ($149)    ($164)     ($192)     ($232)    ($285)
and Taxes
EBITDA                           $130      $174      $212      $242        $264      $278      $283      $278      $263       $235       $195       $142
 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                     ($297)    ($253)    ($215)    ($185)      ($163)    ($149)    ($144)    ($149)    ($164)     ($192)     ($232)     ($285)
Net Surplus/Funding            -2.56%    -2.14%    -1.78%    -1.50%      -1.30%    -1.16%    -1.10%    -1.12%    -1.21%     -1.39%     -1.64%     -1.98%




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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                                $8,694    $8,868    $9,046    $9,227    $9,411    $9,599    $9,791    $9,987   $10,187   $10,391   $10,598   $10,811
Cash from Receivables                           $0       $97    $2,900    $2,958    $3,017    $3,078    $3,139    $3,202    $3,266    $3,331    $3,398    $3,466
Subtotal Cash from                          $8,694    $8,965   $11,946   $12,184   $12,428   $12,677   $12,930   $13,189   $13,453   $13,722   $13,996   $14,276
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 (interest-               $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0        $0
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                      $8,694    $8,965   $11,946   $12,184   $12,428   $12,677   $12,930   $13,189   $13,453   $13,722   $13,996   $14,276




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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                          $278      $8,333     $8,333     $8,333     $8,333     $8,333     $8,333     $8,333     $8,333     $8,333     $8,333     $8,333
Subtotal Spent on Operations           $278      $8,333     $8,333     $8,333     $8,333     $8,333     $8,333     $8,333     $8,333     $8,333     $8,333     $8,333

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             $200,000         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0         $0
Assets
Purchase Long-term Assets          $200,000          $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                $400,278      $8,333     $8,333     $8,333     $8,333     $8,333     $8,333     $8,333     $8,333     $8,333     $8,333     $8,333

Net Cash Flow                     ($391,584)       $632     $3,613     $3,851     $4,095     $4,344     $4,597     $4,856     $5,120     $5,389     $5,663     $5,943
Cash Balance                        $497,016   $497,648   $501,261   $505,112   $509,207   $513,551   $518,148   $523,004   $528,124   $533,513   $539,176   $545,120




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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             $888,600      $497,016     $497,648     $501,261     $505,112     $509,207     $513,551     $518,148     $523,004     $528,124     $533,513     $539,176     $545,120
Accounts               $0        $2,898       $5,757       $5,873       $5,990       $6,110       $6,232       $6,357       $6,484       $6,614       $6,746       $6,881       $7,018
Receivable
Inventory        $200,000      $196,871     $193,554     $190,038     $186,311     $182,360     $178,172     $173,733     $169,028     $164,041     $158,755     $153,152     $147,213
Other Current      $5,000      $205,000     $205,000     $205,000     $205,000     $205,000     $205,000     $205,000     $205,000     $205,000     $205,000     $205,000     $205,000
Assets
Total Current   $1,093,600     $901,785     $901,959     $902,171     $902,413     $902,677     $902,955     $903,238     $903,516     $903,779     $904,014     $904,209     $904,351
Assets

Long-term
Assets
Long-term        $200,000      $400,000     $400,000     $400,000     $400,000     $400,000     $400,000     $400,000     $400,000     $400,000     $400,000     $400,000     $400,000
Assets
Accumulated             $0         $427         $854       $1,281       $1,708       $2,135       $2,562       $2,989       $3,416       $3,843       $4,270       $4,697       $5,124
Depreciation
Total Long-      $200,000      $399,573     $399,146     $398,719     $398,292     $397,865     $397,438     $397,011     $396,584     $396,157     $395,730     $395,303     $394,876
term Assets
Total Assets    $1,293,600   $1,301,358    $1,301,105   $1,300,890   $1,300,705   $1,300,542   $1,300,393   $1,300,249   $1,300,100   $1,299,936   $1,299,744   $1,299,512   $1,299,227




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Table: Balance Sheet (Continued)

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                  $0      $8,055       $8,055       $8,055       $8,055        $8,055        $8,055        $8,055        $8,055        $8,055        $8,055        $8,055        $8,055
Payable
Current                   $0          $0           $0           $0           $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0
Borrowing
Other Current             $0          $0           $0           $0           $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0
Liabilities
Subtotal                  $0      $8,055       $8,055       $8,055       $8,055        $8,055        $8,055        $8,055        $8,055        $8,055        $8,055        $8,055        $8,055
Current
Liabilities

Long-term                 $0          $0           $0           $0           $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0            $0
Liabilities
Total                     $0      $8,055       $8,055       $8,055       $8,055        $8,055        $8,055        $8,055        $8,055        $8,055        $8,055        $8,055        $8,055
Liabilities

Paid-in           $1,400,000   $1,400,000   $1,400,000   $1,400,000   $1,400,000   $1,400,000    $1,400,000    $1,400,000    $1,400,000    $1,400,000    $1,400,000    $1,400,000    $1,400,000
Capital
Accumulated       ($106,400)   ($106,400)   ($106,400)   ($106,400)   ($106,400)   ($106,400)    ($106,400)    ($106,400)    ($106,400)    ($106,400)    ($106,400)    ($106,400)    ($106,400)
Surplus/Deficit
Surplus/Deficit           $0       ($297)       ($550)       ($765)       ($950)      ($1,113)      ($1,262)      ($1,406)      ($1,555)      ($1,719)      ($1,911)      ($2,143)      ($2,428)
Total Capital     $1,293,600   $1,293,303   $1,293,050   $1,292,835   $1,292,650   $1,292,487    $1,292,338    $1,292,194    $1,292,045    $1,291,881    $1,291,689    $1,291,457    $1,291,172
Total             $1,293,600   $1,301,358   $1,301,105   $1,300,890   $1,300,705   $1,300,542    $1,300,393    $1,300,249    $1,300,100    $1,299,936    $1,299,744    $1,299,512    $1,299,227
Liabilities and
Capital

Net Worth         $1,293,600   $1,293,303   $1,293,050   $1,292,835   $1,292,650   $1,292,487    $1,292,338    $1,292,194    $1,292,045    $1,291,881    $1,291,689    $1,291,457    $1,291,172




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