Exit Planning Tools for Business Owners

Projecting Cash Flow

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The Power of One Worksheet© and CashSage©

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The Power of One© Worksheet
An Exit Planning Tool to See the Effect that a Change of 1% Can Have

Is the sale of your business a key part of your retirement plan?
Your financial goals may need to be covered by the sale of your company if you cannot reach your retirement objective in your chosen timeframe (see the Triangulation Tool). A change of one percent in the typical lines of financial statements may not seem like much, but implementing this small change in a cumulative form can yield significant improvement in your bottom line profits. Use this worksheet to calculate the effect of a 1% change for each of the following: Selling Price, Sales Volume, Cost of Goods Sold (COGS) and Expenses. You will then see the result of combining all the improvements in the last column.

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Uncover Ways to Generate Cash For Your Business

Do you use Quickbooks Online?
If you would like to look into further ways to increase your cash flow, CashSage offers a more in depth cash flow projection tool. It is a free, secure solution that helps business owners identify ways to generate more cash and benchmark financial performance. Your financials sync automatically from Quickbooks Online.
CashSage is provided by Sageworks, the leader in the financial analysis of privately held companies. LEARN MORE.

The ExitMap® Assessment©

The First Step to Understanding the Complexities of Preparing a Company for Transition
The ExitMap® Assessment questionnaire consists of 22 questions and produces a high quality 12-page summary report which will be emailed to you. The report ranks the overall preparedness of a company for transition and provides a breakdown of the four major categories of readiness; Finance, Planning, Profit/Revenue and Operations. If you are just starting to think about exit planning or if you just want to know where you and your company stand, this is your first step.

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