This accessible, reader-friendly text guides you through a complete life cycle of the firm as it introduces the theories, knowledge, and corporate finance tools and techniques an entrepreneur needs to start, build, and eventually harvest a successful venture. With a strong emphasis on sound financial management practices, the text explores important issues entrepreneurs face, including how and where to obtain financing, using business cash flow models, and positioning the early-stage company strategically. You will also gain an understanding of how to interact effectively with financial institutions and regulatory agencies that can affect venture growth and enable liquidity for investors. Drawing on real-life entrepreneurial ventures and common financial scenarios, the authors include an in-depth capstone case, numerous mini-cases, and abundant examples to engage your interest and vividly illustrate key concepts such as venture capital funds, institutional investors, strategic alliances, the role of business angels, licensing agreements, and exit strategies. Trust ENTREPRENEURIAL FINANCE, Fifth Edition, to provide the skills and confidence you need for entrepreneurial success in todayas markets. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.Rental or lease payments should be listed on the income statement before the tax line. ... and the before-tax amount of earnings needed to make after-tax debt repayments.6 According to Table 5.1, MPC had interest expenses in 2013 ... 7 As with many ratios, there are numerous variants of the fixed-charges coverage ratio .
|Author||:||J. Leach, Ronald Melicher|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2014-02-19|