A pro forma is a forecast of future revenues and expenses for a particular business or project, and depicts anticipated results including projected cash flow, net revenue and taxes.
Build visibility into future financial risk!
The primary function of a pro forma is to determine the cashflow needs of the company extending through years of growth. This provides management a realistic expectation and foresight into future capital requirements and cash needs given certain factors.
Be prepared to fuel growth and expansion
Minimize risk of future cashflow deficits
Make necessary adjustments before they create cashflow issues
Budget & Pro Forma Modeling core services include:
Creating a Pro Forma
Calculating future revenue projections while estimating related expenses, costs, liabilities and cashflow.
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When considering jumping to the next level in your business model, it isn't simply production costs or retail costs that affect your bottom line. Production increases may raise labor and insurance costs while decreasing production costs due to economies of scale.
This is the exact nature of why pro forma statements need to be there to help management accurately review and assess many future financial risk factors that need to be considered before taking that next major growth step in the business.