Business Forms & Templates

Get instant access to hundreds of business forms, templates, and contracts online today. Find documents for almost every kind of business such as purchase orders, partnership agreements, loan agreements, applications, and bill of sale. You can also browse our list by popular categories such as marketing, legal, finance, real estate, and more with Formnet from Entrepreneur.

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Depreciation Calculator

A Quick Depreciation Spreadsheet

Business Valuation DCF

Joint Venture Agreement

Investment and Business Valuation

The Investment and Business Valuation template is ideal for evaluating a wide range of investment and business valuation scenarios. While it is based on the traditional discounted cash flow method of business valuation, it also provides the ability to evaluate economic value added valuation, accounting impact, and a range of other evaluation parameters. Furthermore, the step-by-step input flow makes usage straightforward, gaining quick results to drive Decision Making.

Capital Asset Depreciation Schedule

Capital Asset Depreciation Schedule Excel Template

Depreciation Worksheet

This is an example of depreciation worksheet. This document is useful for conducting depreciation worksheet.

Personal Financial Statement

This is an example of personal financial statement. This document is useful for creating personal financial statement.

Budget Planner Template

This is an example budget planner. This document is useful for conducting budget planner.

Term Loan Interest Calculator

Loan Agreement

A loan agreement is a contract between a borrower and a lender, outlining the terms of a loan and its repayment. Specifcy your own loan amounts and interest rates.

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