Appendix D\u00e9j\u00e0 vu Income statement for 2019 and Yearly Retained Earnings 2019

Appendix déjà vu income statement for 2019 and

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that lead to higher revenue for the business (Puckermob, 2018). Appendix - Déjà vu Income statement for 2019 and Yearly Retained Earnings 2019Déjà vuIncome Statement2019
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25Appendix - Déjà vu Income statement for 2020 and Yearly Retained Earnings 2020Déjà vuIncome Statement2020
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26Appendix - Déjà vu Income statement for 2021 and Yearly Retained Earnings 2021
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27Appendix-Quarterly Balance Sheet for 2019Déjà vuIncome Statement2021
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28Appendix-Quarterly Balance Sheet for 2020Appendix-Quarterly Balance Sheet for 2021Déjà vuQuarterly Balance Sheet 2019Déjà vuQuarterly Balance Sheet 2020Déjà vuQuarterly Balance Sheet 2021
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29Appendix-Déjà vu Statement of Cash Flows for 2019
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30Appendix-Déjà vu Statement of Cash Flows for 2020Déjà vuStatement of Cash Flows2019Déjà vuStatement of Cash Flows2020
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31Appendix-Déjà vu Statement of Cash Flows for 2021Déjà vuStatement of Cash Flows2021
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32Return on investment performance analysis
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33201920202021$0 $2,000 $4,000 $6,000 $8,000 $10,000 $12,000 $14,000 Dividens for ownerDividens for investorsInvestors will provide 18.1% of the initial funds ($55278.75). In addition, the ROI for the investor is 20% in the first fiscal year, the net income would be $75,019.36, which means the investor will get $20,000 in dividends. Moreover, the ROI would increase to 42.5% in the second fiscal year while thy would receive $4,250. In the third fiscal year, the ROI will increase 20% to 62.5% and investors will receive $6,250 in dividends For owner, the ROI is 13.25% with $6000 in dividends in the first fiscal year. the ROI will remain stable at around 28.16% while owner will get $12,750 in dividends for the second andthe third fiscal year respectively.Breakeven
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34According to Investopedia, the payback period means period of time that requires to cover the investing cost (Investopedia, 2018). As for Déjà vu, the bar needs $55,278.75 to start the business, while the total expense $445,960.68 is from the owner himself, and the other $10,000 is from the investor [Appendix ]. From the income statement of year one, the total net income until quarter 3 would be $58,969.49, which means Déjà Vu can be able to pay back the initial investment of the business [Appendix ].
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