Home Plumbing Contractor Free Plumbing and Heating Contractor Business Plan Templates 8.3 Current Asset Ratio Analysis Template
What is the Current Ratio Template and why it is useful in a business plan for a Plumbing and Heating Contractor?
The Current Ratio Template gives a small business owner like Felix Gonzalez of Central Plumbing & Heating Inc., the ability to calcuate the current ratio of the small business and present that along with other key ratios in the financial plan section of the business plan. This is the section that is often most scrutinized by potential lenders and partners when they are looking to make an investment into a small business like Central Plumbing & Heating Inc.
The Current Ratio template gives the small business owner the ability to show the current ratio of the small business both numerically as well as graphically giving the reader an excellent visual fix on what the current ratio will look like in the years ahead.
What calculations go into the Current Ratio Template?
The Current Ratio Template is very simple - all the small business owner has to do is to fill out the current assets and current liabilities for each of the 3 years that they are projecting in the business plan and the rest is automatically done by the template. The current ratio is calculated and the graphic denoting this ratio for each of the three years is automatically updated.
Once the small business owner is done inputting the data in the Input section of the template they can click on the output section of the template from where they can copy and paste the output directly into their business plan word document.
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