St Cloud Theatre Cash Flow - Accounting/Finance Cash Flows...

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Accounting/FinanceCash FlowsForecasting DemandSetting PriceCapital Expenditures: Buy vs LeaseEstimating ExpensesFinancing NeedsEquity Ownership: Share of the businessVenture Capital: Share of the business with hope to sell outBank Loans: Assets for Collateral (?) Likelihood of RepaymentCost BehaviorVariable with respect to sales volume/revenueFixed with respect to sales volume/revenue
St. Cloud Theatre Company, Inc.Pro Forma Cash BudgetYear Ended December 31, 200XYear 1Year 2Year 3Three-YearStartup CostsPeriodCash, Beginning Balance023350207610CASH RECEIPTS:Ticket SalesVolumeSee FN1400004500052000137000Ticket Price (avg)778Revenue2800003150004160001011000Concession SalesVolume (.6 ticket vol)24000270003120082200Candy Price (avg)2.502.502.75Revenue600006750085800213300Total cash from customers3400003825005018001224300TOTAL CASH AVAILABLE3400004058505225611224300CASH PAYMENTS:Rent: Theatre120000120000130000370000Equipment Purchase/LeaseProjector Lease50005000500015000Concession Machines1500015000Seats/Screen1000010000Computer-Register500025007500Sign20002000Office [fax,copy,computerdesk, files, chairs]1000010000Carpet2500025000

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Term
Fall
Professor
Crittenden
Tags
Accounting, Business, Venture Capital, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, total cash, Venture capital Equity

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