Estimate your business’s profits over the course of four years, track your profit history and calculate how much profit your business needs to break even — all with the help of these financial analysis tools from Microsoft Office.
What should you know before seeking financial assistance? Where can you take a free course about the basics of small-business finance and accounting? How do decipher your credit report? Find out with these tools from the Small Business Administration.
These IRS and SBA tools help you to understand small-business tax basics: How do I make sense of the tax year? What are the different types of taxes? Where can I find IRS tax guides and the tax calendar for new or existing small-business owners?
Business and personal don’t often mix — except when it comes to finances. Use these MS Office and SBA tools to get your personal finances in order, decide if you’re financially ready to startup and learn how to separate personal vs. business finances.
These SBA and Microsoft Office tools help answer pressing questions about raising capital for a new or growing business: How do small businesses get financed? What are the stages of financing? How do I request a loan? What do I do if disaster strikes?
These tools from Microsoft Office help you track and streamline your business expenses. Get started today by downloading the Streamlined Expense Estimates spreadsheet, the Small Business Cash Flow Projector and the Operating Expense Budget Planner.
Use these IRS tools to ensure you're filing your business taxes correctly and optimally come tax season: What Tax Return Is Right for You, E-File Your Business Taxes, Be Aware of E-mail Tax Scams and Choosing a Tax Preparer.