Offtoa provides both standard pro forma financial statements as well as some unique financial reports to make your company's financial planning a breeze. The standard financial statements are:
, aka profit and loss (P&L) statement, shows your company's revenues, expenses, and profit (or loss) during a period of time.
Cash flow statement
, shows all the cash coming into (or out of) the company during a period of time.
, shows all the company's assets (things the company owns) and liabilities (things the company owes), as well as the difference (the shareholders' equity) at a moment of time.
The other reports provided by Offtoa include:
, aka cap table, shows you exactly who owns how many of each class of shares of the company.
Internal rate of return
, aka IRR, analysis, shows you valuation of the company upon a liquidity event, how the proceeds would be distributed among the classes of shareholders, and what their IRRs would be.
, shows on a month-by-month basis, exactly how many new customers you acquired through sales and marketing efforts, how many new customers you acquired through referrals, and how many customers you lost through attrition.
Why do I need financial reports?
What financial statements do investors expect?
How can I see my income statement?
How can I see my cash flow statement?
How can I see my balance sheet?
How can I see an income statement for the sale of just one product? How can I see a "per unit sold" report?
How can I see my cap table?
How can I determine my company's valuation?
How can I see the IRR my investors will actually receive (if I meet all the assumptions)?
How can I see how many new customers I get each period? each period from referrals? How many customers are buying (and not buying) my products each period? How many customers do I lose each period through attrition? What is the average order size (AOS) each period? How many of each product do I sell each period?