Tire Dealer Financial Model Excel Template
The Financial Analysts at Oak Business Consultant have made this complete, dynamic tire dealer financial model excel template for your total financial planning needs. The model has a 5-year financial projection plan to track steady growth and profitability. It can also estimate ongoing operating expenses, monthly sales revenue, and startup investment requirements. With this easy-to-use template, there is no further need for complex calculation, you need to add numbers, and you are all set.
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Tire Dealer Financial Model Excel Template
The Tire dealer Financial model Excel template presents the business case of a brand-new start-up dealing with different kinds of tires. The model contains the three financial statements and relevant metrics (Sensitivity Analysis, Break-even Analysis, KPIs and ratios, Project evaluation, and dashboard). The financing options for the project include a standard long-term loan and an investment made by the investors.
The model is practical, easy to use, and will help you with your financial planning needs and will help you in taking corrective measures based on future forecasting.
The tire dealer financial model excel template contains the following sheets.
This financial model template contains inputs highlighted as a peach, you must change the information according to your business, and the changes are applied to all relevant sheets.
Some of the critical inputs are as follows
- Investment and loan
- Conversion rate
- No of visitors (First month) and Visitors Growth rate(Monthly)
- Price Growth rate (Yearly) and Average no of orders per customer
- Cost and sales percentage
- Employees’ payroll, capital expenditures, and operating expenses
- receivables, payables, inventory days
The revenue sheet calculates the total no of orders based on the converted customers and the average charge per customer. The whole no of orders, their prices, revenue, and cost of goods sold are calculated in the revenue analysis sheet.
A start-up summary tab calculates the total investment held in the business and the required investment to cover the expenditures and run the business efficiently.
The depreciation sheet shows the value of a reduction in the value of an asset over time. It has the depreciation per month, accumulated depreciation over time, and then the net book value of the assets to be presented in the balance sheet.
The loan schedule calculates the interest and the principal amount being paid to the creditor each month and the remaining balance needed to pay in the future.
An income statement shows the company’s profitability. The income you will earn and the expenditures you will bear in the next five years. It indicates whether the company is making a profit or a loss.
Cash Flow Statement
The cash flow statement provides an overview of your business’s cash inflow and outflow from operating, financing, and investing activities and, finally, the net cash you have in your business. The cash flow statement will evaluate how efficiently your company manages its cash position.
This balance sheet enables you to analyze your position of current assets, fixed assets, liabilities, and equity.
The breakeven calculates the sales needed to reach breakeven, i.e., When the cost and income of the business are the same. The sheet also contains a graph to show you visually in which year your company will reach breakeven.
The project evaluation estimates your business worth. In addition, it contains the Net present value of the company, Internal rate of return, Return on Investment, Expected equity percentage to investors, investor’s Future Equity Share, and Cash Burn Rate Analysis.
The sensitivity analysis will estimate future projections by changing the revenue while keeping costs the same.
KPIs and Ratios
The Key Performance Indicators and Ratios will enable you to know the profitability, liquidity, solvency, and Efficiency ratios.
Readers respond and process visual graphs better than data. Hence, we have included the dashboard in the model to provide a graphical representation of how your business will perform in the next five years.
Benefits of Using this Model
- This financial model has built-in flexibility to display different outcomes or final calculations based on this sheet’s changes.
- You can build financial and business plans based on the financial model.
- You will get to know the investment required to run the business efficiently.
Walk-Through Video of Tire Dealer Financial Model Excel Template
The following video will give you an overview of the different components of the financial model and will help you understand it works.