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Business Plan for
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# 91661 | 6,634 words | 15 sources | APA | 2007 | US
Published on Feb 04, 2007 in Business (Companies) , Business (Management) , Business (Business Plans)

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The writer notes that the purpose of this research is to develop and present a comprehensive business plan for The writer also looks at the action steps needed to actually start an accounting/business services company. In order to add validity and utility to the research, it is further enhanced by additional data that supports the viability of a new upstart accounting company. Strategic marketing elements are also included. Ultimately, this research indicates that there is a viable target market for, given proper planning and launch of the company.

Table of Contents:
Literature Review
Executive Summary
Company Description
Mission Statement
Product and Services Overview
Competitive Analysis, Strategy, SWOT Analysis
Management Overview Financials
Break-even Analysis
Alternative Financing Sources
Closing Summary

From the Paper:

"In a humorous statement, non-profit accounting has been called by some "a port without a flag" . On a more serious note, however, what is being said in this statement is that the world of non-profit accounting is mostly untapped, which is positive news for ACCT4U. Because of the fact that much of the market for this service has been unclaimed, an excellent opportunity exists here to develop a reputation and brand identity for non-profit accounting services. The standards and reporting procedures for non-profit accounting are vastly different than those for the conventional commercial enterprise, and therefore, not all commercial accountants can simply change their title on a business card and become non-profit accountants, which is a definite advantage for ACCT4U. Because of the lack of accountants experienced with this particular area of accounting, a strategic advantage can be captured here for the swift and well planned business model."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Bielski, L. (2003). Outsourcing's New Global Reach: If You're Handing the Work over, You'd Better Be Specific and Organized. ABA Banking Journal, 95(6), 79+.
  • Dennis, A. (2004). Small Firms: Think Big! More Work at Large Firms Means More Opportunity for Smaller Ones. Journal of Accountancy, 197(6), 22+.
  • Freeman, J., G. R. Carroll, and M. T. Hannan, "The Liability of newness: Age dependence Organizational Death Rates", American Journal of Sociology, 1983 48: 692-710.
  • Goldman, S. L. (2002). Think Value, Not Dollars: What the Growth of Outsourcing Means to CPAs. Journal of Accountancy, 194(2), 55+.
  • Financing Options for New Businesses (2005). All Business Services Group. Retrieved March 7, 2006 from the World Wide Web:

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