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Balance sheet is the summary of Assets, Liabilities and Owners equity. It allows the investors and the interested third parties in business performance to have a snap shot look on performance of business. It is referred as balance sheet because assets have to balance with liabilities.
A Bill of Sale is a document between two parties, where one party is selling specific goods/assets and the other party is purchasing them. The Bill of Sale is the document that evidences the transfer of these goods/assets from the seller to the purchaser.
This bill of sale is an acknowledgement that a complete transfer of a business has taken place, complete with the terms and conditions of the transaction. Use this document to ensure that the sale of your business goes smoothly and to keep a legal record of the sale.
An agreement for potential advisors and your company
Describes corporate branding, the value of logos, and the influence of employees and their cultures. The document includes sections of brand architecture, different branding platforms, the corporate mission statement, implementing the corporate culture and personality into your branding, and lastly a naming and branding decision trees to help users identify their company logos.
The analysis conducted by a business to determine the number of units which need to be sold for a specified price in order for the business to cover total cost associated with the production. The analysis identifies the break even point, the point at which the business is neither making loss nor profit. At break even point revenues are equal to zero, total revenue received are equal to total cost associated with the sale of products.
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