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[This is a duplicate of the question at https://clarity.fm/questions/4300] Since some new business owners get excited about revenue, instead of gross profit, it is always wise to show the difference. Let us consider as an example, that your business makes $10,000 (revenue) in revenue in one mon...

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Since some new business owners get excited about revenue, instead of gross profit, it is always wise to show the difference. Let us consider as an example, that your business makes $10,000 (revenue) in revenue in one month, and has a cost of goods (or services rendered) of $7,000. This means th...

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Evaluating a prospective investment requires getting to know a company over time. There are four main stages of evaluation: a) The “first read” (which can be an instant reaction to determine whether the deal matches the firm’s strategy), b) The first meeting (in which the team can be evaluate...

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There are many options. You can apply for federal aid by filing a FAFSA application, you can apply for financial aid from the state in which y

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It depends on what you mean by "Visualized Data." Do decision makers use graphs, charts, dashboards, etc? Yes of course. Are there some visualizations that wouldn't be of any value to a decision maker whatsoever? Also yes of course. You can't show me a word cloud if I work as a portfolio manag...

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You already have part of your answer. You know what types of foods the local workers are eating based on the food trucks. What you need to consider is how much of that type of food can you sell and at what cost in order to recoup your costs to develop the land. This is assuming that there ...

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You could also try to establish a group of analysts that would meet with you (virtually or in-person) that would act as an advisory group, in exchange for seeing their product inputs considered, or possibly a period of free use of the app. The best way to find out their motivations for signing u...

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I'm definitely not an attorney, but have worked with several (many dozens) startups who have gone through the seed, angel and venture funding processes. The first step to consider is whether you are financing your investment as debt or equity. If you're talking about interest, you could be refe...

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This isn't what I normally do for clients ... at all. But I write Excel formulas and custom-code databases every day and have a solid background in statistics. Sounds like what you're asking could be done in an hour using Excel ... and in such a way that you'd be able to enter future data in th...

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First, you need to talk to an accountant to work out those details so everything is handled legally and correctly. The answer depends a great deal on what kind of company you have set up. If you're an LLC then the profits get distributed to the owners based upon the percentage they own. The rev...

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