Startup 3-statement Financial Model
Originally published: 22/03/2021 08:22
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Startup 3-statement Financial Model

This is a 3 statement financial model for your startup, with DCF Valuation.

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Thanks for viewing my financial modeling/Projections template.

I am a detail-oriented financial analyst with a background leveraging Investments & financial analysis credentials and hands-on experience in financial modeling, statistical analysis, and budgeting. In helping start-ups & other existing businesses execute their business models, I have gained experience in business modeling across various industries including but not limited to technology, Agribusiness, Manufacturing, e-commerce, financial services, and healthcare.

This template is meant for startups or businesses that sell several products and would like to project their performance in the next 5 years. A flexible, accurate, and well-structured financial model is what you should expect from this template.

The template has the following;

1. Properly laid out assumptions- General and projections drivers (assumptions).

2. Monthly Projections- A tab with month-on-month projections of the profit and loss, balance sheet, and cash-flow statement for the next 3-5 years.

3. Annual projections Tab- It has the 3 main financial statements (Income Statement, balance sheet, and Cash flow statement) projected over the next 3-5 years.

4. Ratios and other analysis tab- This has the main financial ratios and other analysis needed.

5. DCF valuation

6. Charts.

7. Summary of the financial statements.

8. Supporting Schedules such as equity and PPE schedule.

Wishing you all the best as you purchase this template

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Further information

1. To forecast business performance in the next 5 years.
2. Know business value, using DCF methodology.
3. Know whether a business idea is viable
4. Capital raising/fundrasing

Best when applied in startups who have several products and they know their selling prices and direct costs per product. You should be able to estimate the number of units sold at the start, per product, and how that grows with time.

Not ideal for e-commerce and other complicated business models.

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