Overview

 This 5-year startup financial model lets the user plan out a comprehensive operating forecast and cash flow summary based on up to 50 workers. There will also be a final annual financial summary and project, investor, and operator cash distribution / return summary with IRR if an investor was defined in the assumptions.
The basis for revenues is defined by what each billable hour rate is for each worker and their expected billable hours per month as well as their wages earned. This gets the model down to a contribution margin. Other general operating expenses can be defined in their own schedule based on the start month of each, description of each, and the monthly cost in each year.
The model also has assumptions for debt service if some of the startup funds are sourced from traditional debt.
There is also a defined start month for each worker in order to plan out the scaling of such an operation.

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