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How to Create Your First Startup Financial Statements

There are a few core records that every business needs to have readily available. At the minimum is a Balance sheet, Statement of Cash Flows and a Profit & Loss Statement. These are a necessity whether for preparing taxes, offering an equity position or a myriad of other details. The bottom line is whatever your business does if the money isn’t tracked you are not going to be doing it for long....

Venture Fund Accounting 101

We often share our guidance through the lens of what entrepreneurs in a startup need to know to attract investment, but we also work with many General Partners on keeping their finances and reports on target. In this post we outline some basic accounting checkpoints for those starting to put together a fund - or in their early years of running one....

What Is A Capitalization Table?

Your very first cap table could very well just be a table listing the owners of the company, and their respective percentage stakes in the company. By the time you get into later funding rounds, however, things get very complex very quickly....

How to Understand Your Key Startup Financial Metrics

The fastest way to move towards your goals of building up and out is time and time again reflected in benchmarking key financial activities. By setting up what needs measuring and tuning into the numbers you have the diagnostics to keep on task and answer needs with minimal guessing....

When Was The Last Time You Thought About Cash Burn?

There is one constant for all entrepreneurs to focus on that dictates whether you will succeed or fail. That is being strongly aware of your burn rate from the start. At any stage in a business this will be the pulse of how strong your operation is running....

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