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Determine The Cost

It is essential to determine the costs of starting your venture and know how much capital is required before you begin. Your financial planing will serve you better and prove your professionalism when you go out in search for financing. It is good idea to prepare BEST, WORST, and MOST LIKELY case scenarios. The funds you'll require fall into two main categories:

INITIAL COSTS - land, building, fixtures, supplies, equipment, cars, trucks, licenses and permits, decorating and remodeling, starting inventory, utility installation fees, promotion for opening and unexpected expenses.

OPERATING COSTS - day-to-day costs such as rent, supplies, salaries, taxes, rising inventories, insurance, advertising, distribution, repayment of loan and interest car expense or travel, other financial expenses (sales discounts, bad debts), professional services (lawyers, business consultants, accountants etc) and many other business costs depends on type of business.
It is very important to calculate your cash flow. Take time to anticipate when cash will be short, because sales and revenues of business are rarely constant. Some businesses are seasonal, others extend credit to customers etc. Cash flow planning help you to have enough cash to cover all your business needs.
Try to calculate the amount of sales needed for your enterprise to find break-even. Break-even point is the point where your total revenues are equal to your total costs. When you hit break-even point your business will start to earn a profit. Break even (BE) depends on many factors:

Total fixed costs / (price - less cost of sale - less variable costs) = Break even
Fixed costs (FC)
Price (P)
Cost of sale (CS)
Variable costs (VC)
Break even (BE)


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