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Six month cash flow.

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Six month cash flow Six month cash flow statement September October November December January February opening balance �500 �4,365 �13,930 �44,395 �95,760 �112,925 revenue �13,320 �23,310 �59,940 �96,570 �36,630 �29,970 rent to customer �1,200 �1,200 �1,200 �1,200 �1,200 �1,200 total revenue �15,020 �28,875 �75,070 �142,165 �133,590 �144,095 rent �1,020 �1,020 �1,020 �1,020 �1,020 �1,020 electricity + gas �380 �380 �380 �380 �380 �380 council tax �90 �90 �90 �90 �90 �90 marketing �1,250 �1,250 �1,250 �1,250 �1,250 �1,250 insurance �700 �700 �700 �700 �700 �700 telephone �45 �45 �45 �45 �45 �45 wages 1,200 1,200 1,200 1,200 1,200 1,200 interest on loan �250 �250 �250 �250 �250 �250 total fixed cost �4,935 �4,935 �4,935 �4,935 �4,935 ...read more.

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In banning of the business we said that we need �50,000 so I put �20,000 and my partner puts �10,000 and the rest we got from loan so to found the share I have to look at ratio. To work out the ratio of my partner and me, I have to puts the money I puts for business and the money that my partner puts in the business and keep dividing so you get a small number which you can not divided so this how I work the ratio: The money I puts The money that my partner puts �20,000 �10,000 20 10 2 1 So as I done the table you can see the money I ...read more.

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to see how much I get in six month and how mach my partner get I have to add the ratio for example 2+1=3 and overall is 3 then I have to the closing balance in February divided by 3 as show : �126,290/3= �42,096.60 Then I have to times by the ratio as show: My ratio 2 x �42,096.60 = �84,193.20 My partner ratio 1 x �42,096.60 = �42,096.60 When you add it you get = �126,289.80 and the difference is 0.20p and this because of the dismal point when I divided �126,290/3 so I will give 0.10p to my partners and 0.10p as its show: �84,193.20 + 0.10p= �84,193.30 �42,096.60 + 0.10=�42,096.70 So in six month I get �84,193.30 and my partner get �42,096.70 but the important thing is the ratio which is 2:1. ...read more.

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