U.S.A Tax Company, Inc. Term Paper by scribbler

Business analysis of a fictitious company.
# 151799 | 1,525 words | 2 sources | APA | 2012 | US
Published on Sep 25, 2012 in Accounting (Tax) , Business (Companies) , Business (Small)

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This paper outlines the operations of a fictitious tax and financial services company that is applying for a bank loan. The tone of the paper is very positive in describing the company. First, the paper presents a broad overview of the company, its vision and mission. Then, it describes its products and services, which are tax preparation and financial guidance. Next, the paper explores additional positive aspects of the business, such as its excellent staff and service. Finally, the paper includes a SWOT analysis that includes a scorecard of its findings. The paper concludes by stating the company's goals over the next several years.


Business Description
Vision Statement
Mission Statement
Values Statement
Our Products and Services
Our Staff Base
S.W.O.T Analysis
Balanced Scorecard

From the Paper:

"The company has been founded by Mr. John Smith who is seeking to raise $100,000 from a bank loan. The hypothesis of this plan is that the business will be able to get a ten (10) year loan with a fixed interest rate of nine percent (9%). The money will be used in the growth and expansion of this tax preparation firm. In next three years, U.S.A Tax Company, Inc. intends to showcase the expected operations and financials. This company will be registered as corporation in the Colorado Springs State. We expect a strong and aggressive rate of growth and expansion at the launch of operations. Mr. John Smith, the founder, will therefore put into practice marketing campaigns, which will effectively target individuals and small businesses within the intended market.
"These marketing strategies include advertisements placed on search engines on the Internet and print advertisements (Financeresource.com, n.d.). Many people seeking for tax preparation and bookkeeping services conduct their preliminary searches on the internet. For potential customers to easily reach the business, the company will be registered with online portals..."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Erickson, Robbi. (September 27, 2005). How to Start Your Own Tax Preparation Business. Retrieved February 21, 2010, from http://www.googobits.com/articles/2713-how-to-start-your-own-tax-preparation-home-business.html
  • Financeresource.com (n.d.). Free Tax Preparation Company Business Plan. Retrieved February 21, 2010, from http://www.thefinanceresource.com/free_business_plans/free_tax_preparation_company_business_plan.aspx

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