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Startup Financial Planning
Minder Chen, Ph.D.
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Martin V. Smith School of Business and Economics
CSU Channel Islands

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2 How Not to Fail Make something people want. Stay focused.
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Measure your growth.
You make what you measure. 
Know if you’re default alive. 
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Keep expenses low.
Fundraising gets harder.
Jessica Livingston’s Pretty Complete List on How NotWe
to Fail
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3 Stay Alive Financially
“default alive” or “default dead.”: Default alive means if your expenses stay the same and your revenue continues to
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grow at the rate it’s been growing, you get to breakeven before you run out of money. Default dead means you
don’t.
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5 The Knack: How Street-Smart Entrepreneurs Learn to Handle Whatever Comes Up


Numbers run a business. If you don't know how to read them, you're ying blind.—Start tracking them by hand as
soon as you launch your business.
A sale isn't a sale until you collect.—A receivable is like a loan. Make sure your customers are credit-worthy.
When your short-term liabilities exceed your short-term assets, you're bankrupt.—Keep track of how much you're
going to collect and spend in the next twelve months.
Forget about shortcuts. Run a business as if it's forever.—In the long run, your shortcuts will prove to be detours on
the road to achieving your goals.
Cash is hard to get and easy to spend.—Make it before you spend it.
You have no friends in business, only associates.—You can laugh and cry with your employees, but neither you nor
they should forget that it's a business relationship.
Gross margin is the most important number on the income statement.—Don't make the mistake of focusing on the
top line.
Identify your true competitors, and treat them with respect.—Their opinion of you will play a critical role in
determining your reputation.
Culture drives a company.—The boss's most important job is to de ne & enforce it.
The life plan has to come before the business plan.—You need to gure out where you want to go before deciding
how to get there.
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6 Financial Projections Necessary for a Business Plan


Revenue Drives Everything in a Venture
Projection of Revenue – 5 Years
Projected P&L (Pro-forma Income Statement) – 5 Years
Monthly for the First 2 Years then Annually Years 3, 4 & 5
Projection of Cash Flow – 5 Years
Projection Balance Sheet (Pro-forma Balance Sheet)– 5 Years
Goalposts
Startup Costs
Time to First Dollar Received
Time to First Pro t (after Breakeven)
First Round and Anticipated Second Round Financing
Potential Valuation for Exit
For this class: create monthly projections for 2-years

7 The Accounting Equation.


Assets = Liabilities + Equity Assets - Liabilities = Equity
Resources
Source of Financing

8 Assets = Liabilities + Equity

9 Account Equation Guide

10 Accounting Cycle https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ii91oi0OpXM

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12 Chart of Accounts Example

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13 Debit Credit Asset Liability Equity (Owner Equity, Retained Earning)
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Owner’s
Drawing
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Expense
Revenue
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14 Assets Liquidity High Low Assets 2017 2018 Current Assets Cash
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Accounts receivable
Inventory
Prepaid expenses
Short-term investments 1
Total current assets
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Fixed (Long-Term) Assets
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Long-term investments
1,208
PP&E: Property, plant, and equipment
15,340
(Less accumulated depreciation)
(2,200)
Intangible assets (IPs, brand reputation)
(Less Amortization of Intangibles)
Total xed assets
14,348
Other Assets
Deferred income tax
Other
Total Other Assets
High
Liquidity
Low

15 Liability and Owner’s Equity


Liabilities and Owner's Equity
Current Liabilities
Accounts payable
8,060
Short-term loans (Notes Payable)
Income taxes payable
3,145
Accrued salaries and wages
Unearned revenue
Current portion of long-term debt
Total current liabilities
11,205
Long-Term Liabilities
Long-term debt
3,450
Deferred income tax
Other
Total long-term liabilities
-
Owner's Equity
Owner's investment
7,178
Retained earnings
4,389
Total owner's equity
11,567
Total Liabilities and Owner's Equity
26,222
Short
Time to Pay
Long

16 Working capital decision: CA & CL C/S: Common Stocks (at IPO and SEO)
SEO: Seasonal Equity O ering
Stock issues before IPO Owner Equity
Corporate Bonds: e.g., Apple issues 30-year bonds for 4% interest rate.
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BBB investment grade bonds
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Below BBB: Junk bonds High risk and high return


17 Financial Ratios Current ration = CA / CL Download presentation
Quick Ratio = (CA-Inventory) / CL
Cash Ratio = Cash / CL
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18 Debits/Credits Rules
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Assets
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Liabilities
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Owner’s Equity
Expanded Basic Equation
Debit
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Balance Sheet Income Statement
=+-
Asset
Liability
Equity
Revenue
Expense
The equation must be in balance after every transaction. For every Debit there must be a Credit.

19 Resources Learn Accounting in 1 HOUR First Lesson: Debits and Credits


DC ALE LER

20 (video) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fBTJCxBrbCk

21 Balance Sheet and Income Statement Mapping

22 http://www. authorstream

23 Relationships of the Three Key Financial Statements

24 Relationships among Financial Statements

25 http://www. investopedia

30 From BMC to Financial Statements


Business Model Canvas to Financial Plan
Balance Sheet

31 BMC for Lemonade Inc.


Pro t =Revenues - Costs

32 Capital Expenditures
CAPEX: Capital expenditures (investment) are funds used by a company to acquire or upgrade physical assets such
as property, industrial buildings or equipment. If an expense is a capital expenditure, it needs to be capitalized. This
requires the company to spread the cost of the expenditure (the  xed cost) over the useful life of the asset. 
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Operational Costs

33 Operational Costs
An operating expense (OpEx) is an  expense  a business incurs through its normal business operations. It include
rent, production or inventory costs, marketing, payroll, insurance and funds allocated toward  research and
development. One of the typical responsibilities that management must contend with is determining how low
operating expenses can be reduced without signi cantly a ecting a rm's ability to compete with its competitors.
 

35 Break-Even Analysis
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36 Break-Even Analysis Price: $10 per cup Cost: $2 per cup
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Fixed Costs: $150,000


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37 Wisdoms from The Knack
Numbers run a business. If you don't know how to read them, you're ying blind.—Start tracking them as soon as
you launch your business. We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to
A sale isn't a sale until you collect.—A receivable is like a loan. Make
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it to your friends in any social
Cash is hard to get and easy to spend.—Make it before you spend
system. it.
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When your short-term liabilities exceed your short-term assets, you're bankrupt.—Keep track of how much you're
going to collect and spend in the next twelve months. Buttons:
Gross margin is the most important number on the income statement.—Don't make the mistake of focusing on the
top line.
Numbers run a business. If you don't know how to read them, you're ying blind.—Start tracking them by hand as
soon as you launch your business. 1
A sale isn't a sale until you collect.—A receivable is like a loan. Make sure your customers are credit-worthy.
When your short-term liabilities exceed your short-term assets, you're bankrupt.—Keep track of how much you're
going to collect and spend in the next twelve months.
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Forget about shortcuts. Run a business as if it's forever.—In the long run, your shortcuts will prove to be detours on
the road to achieving your goals.
Cash is hard to get and easy to spend.—Make it before you spend it.
You have no friends in business, only associates.—You can laugh and cry with your employees, but neither you nor
they should forget that it's a business relationship.
Gross margin is the most important number on the income statement.—Don't make the mistake of focusing on the
top line.
Identify your true competitors, and treat them with respect.—Their opinion of you will play a critical role in
determining your reputation.
Culture drives a company.—The boss's most important job is to de ne and enforce it.
The life plan has to come before the business plan.—You need to gure out where you want to go before deciding
how to get there.
 

38 Overview of the Financial Planning Process


Identify all of your sources of revenue
- Must document your revenue assumptions
Cash required to start the business
Cash required to operate the business
Revenue by month from sales and other sources
Identify all of your costs
Startup costs
Monthly operating costs
Fixed costs vs. variable costs
Breakeven analysis
Displays total income vs. total expenses by month
Identi es when you will need more cash

39 Financial Templates

40 Financial Templates

41 Financial Templates

42 Break Even Analysis

43 Cash Flow Forecast

44 Business Budget

45 Income Statement
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46 Balance Sheet Understanding Financial Statements.
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47 Financial Templates

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