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Download the Projected Balance Sheet Template that has been created to provide potential financial projections for a business proposal. These projections would be based on current financial conditions with an individual wishing to start a small business or a larger business or corporation that would like to expand or acquire a business. Complete the form to get a better idea of what your possible projections could be.

How To Write

Step 1 – Section 1 – Assets

  • Begin by entering your company name at the top of the sheet as well as the beginning date and projection date
  • Moving to the Assets section of the form enter the following:

Current Assets –

  • Cash in the bank
  • Accounts receivable
  • Inventory
  • Prepaid Expenses
  • Other current assets
  • Calculate all of the current assets and place that figure into Total Current Assets

Fixed Assets –

  • Enter the values for the following:
  • Machinery and equipment
  • Furniture and fixtures
  • Leasehold improvements
  • Land and buildings
  • Other fixed assets you would own
  • Less depreciation on all fixed assets
  • Calculate the total fixed asset (net of depreciation) and place that figure into the Total Fixed Assets lines

Other Assets –

  • Enter the values of  all other assets in the lines i.e.;
  • Intangibles
  • Deposits
  • Goodwill
  • Any other assets you own
  • Calculate  other assets and enter that figure into the line

Total Assets –

  • Total ALL of the assets figures and make note of that figure

Step 2 – Section 2 – Current Liabilities –

  • Enter, in this section, all current liabilities that you are responsible for:
  • Accounts Payable
  • Interest Payable
  • Taxes Payable
  • Notes, short term, (due within 12 months)
  • Current part long term debt
  • Other current liabilities
  • Calculate all liabilities recorded in this section and enter the final figure in the Total Current Liabilities Line

Long Term Debt –

  • Bank loans payable
  • Notes Payable to Stockholders
  • LESS: Short Term Portion
  • Other long term debt
  • Calculate all long term debt figures and enter that result in the Total Long Term Debt Line

Owner’s Equity –

  • Finally, enter the owner’s equity as follows:
  • Invested Capital
  • Retained earnings- beginning
  • Retained earnings – current
  • Calculate all owner’s equity and enter that amount into the Total Owner’s Equity Line
  • Enter the total liabilities and the total equities into the Total Liabilities and Equity Line