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MBA 705 - Capstone

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Milestone Four: Financial Analysis & Funding Plan

As you approach Milestone Four you may want to reflect upon the learning concepts and research conducted in MBA-520 and MBA-640. In Milestone Four, you will submit a financial analysis and funding plan, which includes your analysis of the projected costs, revenue streams, and net present value for the concept from launch until two years after the breakeven point. You will also include a budget, an assessment of assets and liabilities, your anticipated sources of funding, and the associated costs of attaining that capital as part of your analysis.

You will also include relevant primary and secondary data in an appendix, specifying any relevant assumptions and limitations. You should include, among other support, sales forecasts, cash flow statements, income projections, and any other relevant calculations or financial reports. Explore up-to-date accounting and financial analysis research using robust databases, journals, and external resources:

Finding Milestone Four Research

The Shapiro Library subscribes to numerous databases filled with scholarly and industry research, statistics, journals, articles, and eBooks from respected publications. The following is a list of some of the best databases for doing research and finding insightful research about accounting and financial analysis.

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Finding Milestone Four Articles

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Recommended Databases

In addition to the key journals to the left, you can explore further journals by researching the following databases filled with articles, eBooks, statistics, and much more from thousands of reputable sources. The following is a list of some of the best databases for doing research on accounting and financial analysis: