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Tom Jeffries

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Financials for Business Plan

I've got the business plan ready to go, and the P/L (Income) sheet is as ready as they will ever be (which means that the second after they are published they will be off- but you guys know how that goes!).

However, I'm having trouble understanding how to do the balance sheet and cash flow sheet.  Safe-Xchange, LLC is the descendent of the original company which was Divvycast, LLC.  I paid a substantial amount of money for employees, rent, legal, travel, etc., and there's a large amount of my sweat equity which passes to Safe-Xchange.

Can anybody point to a page that shows how to put all this stuff together?  I've read several books and am slowly coming to understand the process, but I'd rather get it right than embarrass myself in front of an investor.

I did put a line in the P/L (Income) sheet for cumulative net PL, which gives a very good idea of when we will start to be profitable.  I'm using the loss at that date to estimate how much we need to raise- adding a bit, but I'm also going to be very attentive to salaries and income so that we don't run out of money.
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Robin Tiwari

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Understanding the success mantra for ecommerce startup Hong Kong . A unique research and hidden facts that prove hong kong is best destination for internet start-ups . Take a look .... 
Here are some golden rules for running a successful ecommerce startup Hong Kong.
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HighSpeedInternet

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Most startups enter the market with their goal being to help users solve a problem. Then some apps like "Yo" and "Hodor" explode on to the market leaving everyone asking "what is this purpose of this?"

Seemingly useless, these apps create a culture of inside jokes and do it quite well. http://highspeedinternet.com/blog/technology/the-power-of-the-useless-app

#Apps   #Internet  
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Edwin Allen

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Learn how to hack a wifi network and free download with WiFi Password Cracker V4.6.2
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Sergio Diaz

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Don't just plan for success; plan for failure, too. I had a friend who always planned for success, but when failure came, it took his startup down. Plan for failure; life is unexpected.
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Nagarjun Kinare

Startup news/updates/events  - 
Wafer is essentially a customizable NFC tag sticker which users can use to complete many everyday tasks by just tapping your phone on to a Wafer tag. Currently you can support their Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign
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Luiza Rezende

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To those who are beginning a new business or work for small businesses, find here the sites about "startup" that I follow: (translation tool on the right side of the blog):
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Estes são alguns sites focados em empreendedorismo, startups e novos negócios que acompanho diariamente. Para quem está iniciando um novo negócio, ou para quem presta serviços a pequenas empresas, acho importantíssimo estar a...
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Startup Advisors vs. Mentors? Is there a difference between having one vs. the other? What does having one or the other mean to your audience?
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This is a community for and about Internet Startups. Let's shape it together! :) Please write in English only and choose the right category for your post.
 
Some good advice.
 
Working From Home With Google and Clickbank

Many people working the regular 9 to 5 job dream about working from home. The hours are better, the dress code is more relaxed, and the coffee can be as strong as you like it. With the resources available today on the internet, working from home can be a reality sooner than you might think.

Now that you know you can do it, how do you make it happen? There are many "get rich quick" schemes on the internet these days waiting for you to for over your money in exchange for very little in return. Fortunately, with a little bit of research, anyone can have the knowledge to earn legitimate money online.

A good place to start is owning and operating your own website. A website can bring you money many different ways. The first thing you will need to do is find a niche, then design your website around it. A niche can be something your interested in, or something popular that you're willing to do research on.

Your website must have a lot of good, relevant content to be search engine friendly. You need to have information displayed (or readily available) that your customers want to see. 

Speaking of customers, the next question is obvious: how do you get traffic to your website? There are many different ways including article submission or paid advertising. You should vary your choices according to your needs and available advertising funds.

Once you have your website up and running, you should decide how you will generate revenue. The most popular way is a combination of Google Adsense and selling affiliate products related to your niche. 

Google Adsense is code that you place on your website, and when a visitor clicks on an ad, you make money. It may not be much at first, but it can add up fast! A word of advice: never click on your own ads or ask your visitors to click on them. You will be banned from Adsense forever!

Selling affiliate products will give you a bigger income. When someone purchases a product through your affiliate ID, you earn a percentage of the sale. A good place to start is to join Clickbank (an online digital products marketplace) and browse the products related to your niche.

Starting your at home business may sound like a lot of work, but it is worth the effort! Just tackle one task at a time, and you'll be living the life you've always dreamed of.


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Do you do PR for your startup?  You need to tweet, but you also need to use the rite hashtags if you want to get found from outside your followers.

The RiteTag Android app is free and ads-free and gives you point-and-shoot color indications of the likelihood of getting found.

Can we get a 30-second bit of help in getting featured in GooglePlay?  Please review the RiteTag Android App: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.phonegap.RiteTag

#androidapps #ritetag   #hashtagmarketing
Get instant color-coded assessments of every hashtag you type or paste. Ad-...
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Do you want to be a #growthhacker just because it’s something new? If that’s the case, you should just forget it. But if you are really passionate about this, you should keep on reading http://bit.ly/U2K3Kr
You decided you want to be a growth hacker. Isn't that amazing? But now what? Do you think you have what it takes? Let's find out. Whether you're an entrepreneur who
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OneSpot was launched in December 2012, in Austin, Texas, and managed to have 20 clients right from the very beginning. But how does one define a success story? http://bit.ly/VV83AJ #contentmarketing
I love reading and writing about start up success stories. Such positive experiences can only motivate and also inspire people in their everyday actions. So sit
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Hi guys! I am Sergio Diaz, an entrepreneur, UI&UX designer, and developer. I own a startup called Alphasquare.
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Nagarjun Kinare

Startup reviews  - 
What's so great about NFC Tags? They have been around for years now, and still hardly anyone uses them. It's not like not many phones come with NFC. Most mid-to
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M Asif Rahman

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When To Raise Fund For Your StartUp? What's The Best Time? Find It Out - http://futurestartup.com/in/FundingTime

#StartUp #Fund #Entrepreneur #FS
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Giovanni Totaro
owner

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Six Technologies That Will Change The Web Platform
Great presentation by +Axel Rauschmayer

TOC
asm.js: near-native performance on the web
ParallelJS: parallelized JavaScript code
ECMAScript 6: evolving the language, uniting the community
CSS Grid Layout: native-like GUI layout
Installable web apps: install web apps natively
Web Components: a standard infrastructure for widgets

WEB Presentation
https://speakerdeck.com/rauschma/six-technologies-that-will-change-the-web-platform

PDF Presentation
https://speakerd.s3.amazonaws.com/presentations/b980d1b0e258013146e67681cc07b3ff/web_tech_enterjs.pdf

Post images from presentation slides.

#webdevelopment   #programming   #tech
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