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“Barrio” is a combination of at

most 16 stalls of varied stands


which will cater foods and
beverages which are in
consideration to the rising
demand.
It is mainly focused on providing the market a one-
stop food garage which is committed in delivering and
offering diverse food selections at a competitive price.
Furthermore, in addition to the latter, entertainment
media will also be arranged in order to supplement the
ambiance and to improve overall experience of the
locale.
Barrio belongs to the service type of industry. It is a
general partnership formed through the contribution of
the eight partners.
a. DEMAND ANALYSIS FOR FOOD STALLS

b. DEMAND ANALYSIS OF THE TARGET MARKET


Figure 1. Demand Analysis Graph

8%

Yes

No

92%
Figure 2. Frequency of Demand

263

178
158

89

12

Everyday Thrice a week Twice a week Once a week Once a Month


Figure 3. Capacity of Consumers

36%
Others
Food Expense

64%
a. supply ANALYSIS FOR FOOD STALLS

b. supply ANALYSIS OF THE TARGET MARKET


Primarily, the supply for the food stalls is the space available
in the food garage. Barrio Food Garage has sixteen (16)
available spaces with a dimension of 2.5m x 2m.
Figure 4.630
Preference on Food
613 598
593 580
542
498
456
431
412 398 404

267
Figure 5. Preference on Drink
651
632
589

516
489

402 387 401


376

Milktea Frappe Coffee Soda Energy Liquor Juice Shake Water


Drink
Table 4. Projected Revenue
Year Number of Food Annual Gross Projected
Stalls Revenue per Gross
Stall Revenue
(Pesos) (Pesos)
1 12 180,000 2,160,000
2 14 180,000 2,520,000
3 16 180,000 2,880,000
4 16 180,000 2,880,000
5 16 180,000 2,880,000
Table 5. Customer Satisfaction on Product Variety

RANK FOODSTORES PRODUCT VARIETY


1 Jollibee 1.916
2 Rafael's Restaurant 1.904
3 711 - Caunayan 1.892
4 Chowking 1.82
5 Cafeteria 1.755
6 Labig 1.704
7 Rriverside Empanadaan 1.694
8 Library Café 1.69
9 Pik a Bun 1.684
10 Bowled Over 1.672
11 Kookee House 1.67
12 C&E 1.65
13 Infinitea 1.644
14 All my tea 1.589
15 Wen Café 1.561
Whether in food industry or not, the primary
purpose of a business’ marketing program is to
acquire or develop competitive advantage/s against
their competitors
develop the customer base and work toward building
strong customer loyalty.
 Facebook
 Twitter
 Instagram
Barrio offers both open café and fine dining for its
customers. It provides comfortable seating, hygiene
and service that are unmatchable! The vendors
make it a point to please every customer not only
with the food but also the warmth with which they
serve the customers
A Filipino cuisine made Flavorful food for a
more delicious and reasonable price in a
exciting at an affordable sociable setting, to try
price. cuisines, or for
nostalgia.
Be a ka-Dreamer, Smoked and grilled
offering flavored frappes meat foods with
that will suit your vegetables and soup.
preference.

Inspired by the food A small take out store


enthusiast, Zhette who that offers flavorful
crafts and tailored frappe, Milk tea, bubble
barbecue ribs that will tea and Juices that
surely satisfy your guarantees the GOOD
cravings. It also comes taste but LESS the
with Waffle premiums price.
and undying devoured
drinks on the side that
perfectly matches
anyone's budget.
Delicious & Affordable Mexican food for as low
Japanese Food. price.
Dimsum. Toppings. Goto Here at Kravings, we
will satisfy your
everyday CRAVINGS.

We offer: Pizza, Pasta,


Nachos, Waffles,
Drinks
A paradise on your plate. Covered with thick
Discover the pleasure of cheese and tasty
variety on your plate with toppings. Discover the
satisfaction. real pizza!

Deliciousness jumping Flavor explosion! The


into the mouth that you taste from space
can’t eat it just once. A embracing the cold
food you keep coming flavorful delights!
back to.

From the pan into the Experience a tasty day


fire. Listen to your palate with temptation
and feel the enticement together with the tasty
of the burning delicacies treats. Grab your
served hot and tasty. favorite Pita Doner now
and make it a Turks
Day!
Rent fee. The rental fee of a food stall inside the Barrio will be
priced at Php15,000 per month inclusive of Cleanup fee but
exclusive of Utilities.

Prices of Foods. The prices of the products offered by the


food stalls are not controlled by Barrio, however, such prices
are said to be competitive with the competitors in Batac
basing from their prices listed in the “Garaje” where they also
rent spaces.
Barrio distributes their products and services at the National
Highway, Quiling Sur, City of Batac, 2906, Ilocos Norte in front
of New Cultural Center where it is located.
Barrio distributes their products and services at the National
Highway, Quiling Sur, City of Batac, 2906, Ilocos Norte in front
of New Cultural Center where it is located.
Figure 6. Demand for Entertainment Event

Yes No

27%

73%
Figure 7. Demand for each Event Category

352

207

141

Spoken Word Poetry Music Jam Comedy


The people working for Barrio Food Garage are
qualified in their own positions. They possess certain
abilities relative to their own positions that would
enable them to deliver quality services to customers
and to attend to their needs.
Barrio will take a leading position in forming “Barya para
sa Barrio” which will initiate annual program and activities
for people with disability. Ilocano people with this kind of
situation will be given the opportunity to showcase their
talents. In return, they will be given monetary or material
reward and even perform in the Barrio for the night event
STRENGTHS
Locale
Variety
Competitive price
convenience
WEAKNESSES
New player in a market
Time frame
OPPORTUNITIES
Future activities of the new Imelda
cultural center
Market other than the preceding one
THREATS
Current market
Future competitors
SEC Registration
DTI-Registration
BIR Registration
SSS PhilHEALTH and pag-ibig fund
registration
UNIT
TOTAL
DESCRIPTION QUANTITY COST
COST
(Php)

14 1, 699.00 23, 786.00

Wall Fan

1 2,000.00 2,000.00

Carpet

52 250.00 13,000.00
6 2,300.00 13,800.00

Tables and Chairs 2

1 650.00 650.00

Cleaning Tools

4 4,000.00 16,000
2 600.00 600.00

Cleaning Tools

1 20,000.00 20,000

Speakers

7 1,200.00 8,400

Table 3
14 3,250.00 45,500

Table and Chair 1

6 160.00 960.00

Pillows

6 300.00 1,800.00

Trash Bins and


Garbage bag
NATIONAL HIGHWAY, QUILING SUR, CITY OF BATAC, ILOCOS NORTE
The electricity will be provided by Ilocos
Norte Electric Cooperative and the water will be
provided by Batac Water District. Total utilities
are estimated at P5,000 to be paid monthly.
Monthly internet bill is approximately P1,299
per month.
Wastes are classified as either Biodegradable
and Non-biodegradable. Separate trash bins for
each floor will be provided within the building
for proper disposal of wastes. The sanitary
engineers are responsible for the segregation
of the wastes and will be picked up by the
dump truck on scheduled days.
One Barrio that connotes One
community bridging varied plethora of
food in creation of One Identity.
To provide excellent food services within
the locality by establishing a successful and
dynamic social enterprise in collaboration
with different food stalls which offers
wholesome, fairly-priced and ethnically
diverse food options.`
>> God-centered
>> RESPECT
>> INNOVATION & CONTINUOS
IMPROVEMENT
>> QUALITY focus
>> ACCOUNTABILITY
>> TEAMINg and collaboration
>> hospitality
CAPITAL
TYPE OF PERCENTAGE
NAME OF PARTNERS CONTRIBUTION
PARTNER OF OWNERSHIP
(Php)
1 Agbayani, Wensell Maeh G. Capitalist Partner 1,300,000 12.5%
2 Agreda, Christianne C. Capitalist Partner 1,300,000 12.5%
3 Calong, Regina A. Capitalist Partner 1,300,000 12.5%
Catudan, Omega Angelica
4 Capitalist Partner 1,300,000 12.5%
R.
5 Oba, Kathlaine Mae A. Capitalist Partner 1,300,000 12.5%
6 Palalay, Charlie Joy D. Capitalist Partner 1,300,000 12.5%
7 Sadanguil, Kenneth Kyle C. Capitalist Partner 1,300,000 12.5%
8 Tomas, Franz Kristoffer C. Managing Partner 1,300,000 12.5%
JOB DESCRIPTION QUALIFICATIONS
Male or female
With four year course in business education
With pleasing personality
General Manager Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Computer literate
Ability to multi-task and prioritize work
Attention to detail and mathematical skill
Male or Female
At least high school graduate
Sanitary Engineer
With pleasing personality
Ability to work unsupervised
Sanitary Time Schedule
Area
Engineer (Sundays-Mondays)

1 Level 1 9am-3pm

2 Level 1 3pm-9pm

3 Level 2 9am-3pm

4 Level 2 3pm-9pm
The major parts of the financial study are:

>>Statements of assumptions;
>>Possible sources of outside financing, if
the capital requirements cannot be met
entirely by the proponents;
>>Projected financial statements;
>>Details of various amounts contained in
the >>projected financial statements; and
>>Analysis of the financial projections
1.The expenses on utilities such as light and water,
internet and maintenance are expected to remain
unchanged.
2.Straight-line method is used in depreciating identifiable
assets. The useful life of each identifiable asset are the
following:
a.Property, Plant and Equipment
i. Building – 25 years
a.Furniture and fixtures
i. Tables – 6 years
ii.Chairs – 6 years
iii.Light bulb – 6 years
iv.Speakers – 6 years
v. CCTV - 6 years
vi.Office Computer – 6 years
vii.Office Tables and Chairs – 6 years
viii.Tools and Supplies - 2 years
•Rent Income are expected as follows:
Year % of Plant No. of Stalls Annual Gross Total Annual
Capacity who will Rent Income per Gross Rent
Rent Stall Income

1 100% 12 P 180,000.00 P 2,160, 000

2 100% 14 P 180,000.00 P 2,520, 000

3 100% 16 P 180,000.00 P 2,880, 000

4 100% 16 P 180,000.00 P 2,880, 000

5 100% 16 P 180,000.00 P 2,880, 000


1.Administrative and operating expenses are estimated as
follows:
a.Utilities Expense – 60,000
b.Maintenance Expense – 20,000
c.Wi-Fi – 15,588
d.Other expenses (Entertainment) – 60,000
2.Depreciation Expense was not included from fixed
expenses.
3.Tax rate is 30%
1. Investment in property, plant and equipment and other pre-operating expenses will
amount to P10,674,846.00. Land will not be depreciated and other items will be
depreciated as assumed. The breakdown of costs follows:
i. Building – 8,000,000
ii.Land – 2,000,000
iii.Tables & chairs – 83,700
iv.Light bulb – 13, 000
v.Speakers – 20, 000
vi.Electric Fan – 23,786
vii.Carpet – 2,000
viii.Pillows – 960
ix.CCTV package– 8,500
x.Office Computer – 15,000
xi.Office Tables and Chairs – 3,500
TOTAL INITIAL INVESTMENT COST
Fixed Investments
Land 2,000,000.00
Building 8,000,000.00
Furniture and Fixtures 174,846.00 10,174,846.00
Pre-operating expenses 12,135.00
Total initial investment cost 10,186,981.00

Pre-operating expenses
Business registration
SEC legal researcher fee 1,015.00
Business registration 500
Name reservation SEC 120
Community Tax certificate 500
Barangay Clearance 500
Business Permit/Mayor's permit 1,000.00
Registration of Books of Account 400
Registration with Bureau of Internal Revenue 500
Printing of invoices and receipts 2,000.00 6,535.00
Advertising materials
Flyers 1,500.00
Calling Cards 500
Signage 2,500.00 4,500.00
Others
Fire Extinguisher 1,100.00 1100
Total Pre-operating Expenses 12,135.00
Projected Income Statement for Barrio
Year 1 2 3 4 5
Capacity 75% 87.5% 100% 100% 100%

Rent Income 2,160,000.00 2,520,000.00 2,880,000.00 2,880,000.00 2,880,000.00


Pre-operating expenses 12,135.00
Operating Expenses
Advertising Expense 4,500.00 4,500.00 4,500.00 4,500.00 4,500.00
Utilties Expense 60,000.00 60,000.00 60,000.00 60,000.00 60,000.00
Salaries Expense 302,400.00 302,400.00 302,400.00 302,400.00 302,400.00
Maintenance Expense 20,000.00 20,000.00 20,000.00 20,000.00 20,000.00
Other Expense 75,588.00 75,588.00 75,588.00 75,588.00 75,588.00
Total Operatinge Expenses 474,623.00 462,488.00 462,488.00 462,488.00 462,488.00
Operating Income 1,685,377.00 2,057,512.00 2,417,512.00 2,417,512.00 2,417,512.00
Depreciation 349,141.00 349,141.00 349,141.00 349,141.00 349,141.00
Net Income (Loss) before Taxes 1,336,236.00 1,708,371.00 2,068,371.00 2,068,371.00 2,068,371.00
Provision for Taxes (30%) 400,870.80 512,511.30 620,511.30 620,511.30 620,511.30
Net Income (Loss) after Taxes 935,365.20 1,195,859.70 1,447,859.70 1,447,859.70 1,447,859.70
Projected Balance Sheet for BARRIO
Year 0 1 2 3 4 5
Capacity 0% 75% 87.5% 100% 100% 100%
Current Assets
Cash 225,154.00 910,531.00 1,567,172.20 2,472,172.90 3,269,173.60 4,066,174.30
Total Current Assets 225,154.00 910,531.00 1,567,172.20 2,472,172.90 3,269,173.60 4,066,174.30
Non-current Assets
5 year time deposit 1,000,000.00 2,000,000.00 3,000,000.00 4,000,000.00 5,000,000.00
Land 2,000,000.00 2,000,000.00 2,000,000.00 2,000,000.00 2,000,000.00 2,000,000.00
Property, Plant and Equipment
(net of accumulated depreciation) 8,174,846.00 7,825,705.00 7,476,564.00 7,127,423.00 6,778,282.00 6,429,141.00

Total Non-Current Assets 10,174,846.00 10,825,705.00 11,476,564.00 12,127,423.00 12,778,282.00 13,429,141.00


Total Assets 10,400,000.00 11,736,236.00 13,043,736.20 14,599,595.90 16,047,455.60 17,495,315.30

Liabilities
Current Liabilities 400,870.80 512,511.30 620,511.30 620,511.30 620,511.30

Partner's Equity
Agbayani, Capital 1,300,000.00 1,401,920.65 1,536,403.11 1,702,385.58 1,868,368.04 2,034,350.50
Agreda, Capital 1,300,000.00 1,401,920.65 1,536,403.11 1,702,385.58 1,868,368.04 2,034,350.50
Calong, Capital 1,300,000.00 1,401,920.65 1,536,403.11 1,702,385.58 1,868,368.04 2,034,350.50
Catudan, Capital 1,300,000.00 1,401,920.65 1,536,403.11 1,702,385.58 1,868,368.04 2,034,350.50
Oba, Capital 1,300,000.00 1,401,920.65 1,536,403.11 1,702,385.58 1,868,368.04 2,034,350.50
Palalay, Capital 1,300,000.00 1,401,920.65 1,536,403.11 1,702,385.58 1,868,368.04 2,034,350.50
Sadanguil, Capital 1,300,000.00 1,401,920.65 1,536,403.11 1,702,385.58 1,868,368.04 2,034,350.50
Tomas, Capital 1,300,000.00 1,521,920.65 1,776,403.11 2,062,385.58 2,348,368.04 2,634,350.50
Total Liabilities and Equity 10,400,000.00 11,736,236.00 13,043,736.20 14,599,595.90 16,047,455.60 17,495,315.30
Projected Cash Flow Statement for Barrio
Year 0 1 2 3 4 5
Capacity 75% 87.5% 100% 100% 100%
Cash Flows from Operations
Net Income (loss) 935,365.20 1,195,859.70 1,447,859.70 1,447,859.70 1,447,859.70
Increase/Decrease in DTP 400,870.80 111,640.50 108,000.00 - -
Depreciation 349,141.00 349,141.00 349,141.00 349,141.00 349,141.00
Total 1,685,377.00 1,656,641.20 1,905,000.70 1,797,000.70 1,797,000.70

Cash Flows from Investing Activities


Purchase of fixed assets and other
(10,186,981.00)
non current sources (1,000,000.00) (1,000,000.00) (1,000,000.00) (1,000,000.00) (1,000,000.00)

Cash Flows from Financing Activities


Investment of Partners 10,400,000.00

Increase/Decrease in Cash 685,377.00 656,641.20 905,000.70 797,000.70 797,000.70


Beginning Cash Balance 225,154.00 910,531.00 1,567,172.20 2,472,172.90 3,269,173.60
Ending Cash Balance 910,531.00 1,567,172.20 2,472,172.90 3,269,173.60 4,066,174.30
Property, Plant and Equipment Lapsing Schedule Furniture & Fixtures Lapsing Schedule
Tables and Tables and
Equipment Building Table (3) Chair (4) Electric Fan Speaker Carpet Light Bulb Office Computer
Office Table and Chairs CCTVOther Furnitures and Fixtures
chairs (1) chairs (2)
Useful Life 25 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6
Qty. 1 14 6 7 4 14 1 1 52 1 1 1
Unit Cost 8,000,000.00 3,250.00 2,300.00 1,200.00 4,000.00 1,699.00 20,000.00 2,000.00 250.00 15,000.00 3,500.00 8,500.00
Total Cost 8,000,000.00 45,500.00 13,800.00 8,400.00 16,000.00 23,786.00 20,000.00 2,000.00 13,000.00 15,000.00 3,500.00 8,500.00 5,360.00 8,174,846.00

Acc. Dep'n - Y2
Beg. Bal. - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Dep'n. Exp. 320,000.00 7,583.33 2,300.00 1,400.00 2,666.67 3,964.33 3,333.33 333.33 2,166.67 2,500.00 583.33 1,416.67 893.33 349,141.00
End. Bal. 320,000.00 7,583.33 2,300.00 1,400.00 2,666.67 3,964.33 3,333.33 333.33 2,166.67 2,500.00 583.33 1,416.67 893.33
Net carrying amount - Y2 7,680,000.00 37,916.67 11,500.00 7,000.00 13,333.33 19,821.67 16,666.67 1,666.67 10,833.33 12,500.00 2,916.67 7,083.33 4,466.67 7,825,705.00

Acc. Dep'n - Y3
Beg. Bal. 320,000.00 7,583.33 2,300.00 1,400.00 2,666.67 3,964.33 3,333.33 333.33 2,166.67 2,500.00 583.33 1,416.67 893.33
Dep'n. Exp. 320,000.00 7,583.33 2,300.00 1,400.00 2,666.67 3,964.33 3,333.33 333.33 2,166.67 2,500.00 583.33 1,416.67 893.33 349,141.00
End. Bal. 640,000.00 15,166.67 4,600.00 2,800.00 5,333.33 7,928.67 6,666.67 666.67 4,333.33 5,000.00 1,166.67 2,833.33 1,786.67
Net carrying amount - Y3 7,360,000.00 30,333.33 9,200.00 5,600.00 10,666.67 15,857.33 13,333.33 1,333.33 8,666.67 10,000.00 2,333.33 5,666.67 3,573.33 7,476,564.00

Acc. Dep'n - Y4
Beg. Bal. 640,000.00 15,166.67 4,600.00 2,800.00 5,333.33 7,928.67 6,666.67 666.67 4,333.33 5,000.00 1,166.67 2,833.33 1,786.67
Dep'n. Exp. 320,000.00 7,583.33 2,300.00 1,400.00 2,666.67 3,964.33 3,333.33 333.33 2,166.67 2,500.00 583.33 1,416.67 893.33 349,141.00
End. Bal. 960,000.00 22,750.00 6,900.00 4,200.00 8,000.00 11,893.00 10,000.00 1,000.00 6,500.00 7,500.00 1,750.00 4,250.00 2,680.00
Net carrying amount - Y4 7,040,000.00 22,750.00 6,900.00 4,200.00 8,000.00 11,893.00 10,000.00 1,000.00 6,500.00 7,500.00 1,750.00 4,250.00 2,680.00 7,127,423.00

Acc. Dep'n - Y5
Beg. Bal. 960,000.00 22,750.00 6,900.00 4,200.00 8,000.00 11,893.00 10,000.00 1,000.00 6,500.00 7,500.00 1,750.00 4,250.00 2,680.00
Dep'n. Exp. 320,000.00 7,583.33 2,300.00 1,400.00 2,666.67 3,964.33 3,333.33 333.33 2,166.67 2,500.00 583.33 1,416.67 893.33 349,141.00
End. Bal. 1,280,000.00 30,333.33 9,200.00 5,600.00 10,666.67 15,857.33 13,333.33 1,333.33 8,666.67 10,000.00 2,333.33 5,666.67 3,573.33
Net carrying amount - Y5 6,720,000.00 15,166.67 4,600.00 2,800.00 5,333.33 7,928.67 6,666.67 666.67 4,333.33 5,000.00 1,166.67 2,833.33 1,786.67 6,778,282.00

Acc. Dep'n - Y6
Beg. Bal. 1,280,000.00 30,333.33 9,200.00 5,600.00 10,666.67 15,857.33 13,333.33 1,333.33 8,666.67 10,000.00 2,333.33 5,666.67 3,573.33
Dep'n. Exp. 320,000.00 7,583.33 2,300.00 1,400.00 2,666.67 3,964.33 3,333.33 333.33 2,166.67 2,500.00 583.33 1,416.67 893.33 349,141.00
End. Bal. 1,600,000.00 37,916.67 11,500.00 7,000.00 13,333.33 19,821.67 16,666.67 1,666.67 10,833.33 12,500.00 2,916.67 7,083.33 4,466.67
Net carrying amount - Y6 6,400,000.00 7,583.33 2,300.00 1,400.00 2,666.67 3,964.33 3,333.33 333.33 2,166.67 2,500.00 583.33 1,416.67 893.33 6,429,141.00
Changes in Partner's Equity
Agbayani, Capital Agreda, Capital Calong, Capital Catudan, Capital Oba, Capital Palalay, Capital Sadanguil, Capital Tomas, Capital Total
Beg Bal 1,300,000.00 1,300,000.00 1,300,000.00 1,300,000.00 1,300,000.00 1,300,000.00 1,300,000.00 1,300,000.00 10,400,000.00
Salaries 120,000.00 120,000.00
Distribution 101,920.65 101,920.65 101,920.65 101,920.65 101,920.65 101,920.65 101,920.65 101,920.65 815,365.20
End. Bal - Y1 1,401,920.65 1,401,920.65 1,401,920.65 1,401,920.65 1,401,920.65 1,401,920.65 1,401,920.65 1,521,920.65 11,335,365.20
Salaries 120,000.00 120,000.00
Distribution 134,482.46 134,482.46 134,482.46 134,482.46 134,482.46 134,482.46 134,482.46 134,482.46 1,075,859.70
End. Bal. -Y2 1,536,403.11 1,536,403.11 1,536,403.11 1,536,403.11 1,536,403.11 1,536,403.11 1,536,403.11 1,776,403.11 12,531,224.90
Salaries 120,000.00 120,000.00
Distribution 165,982.46 165,982.46 165,982.46 165,982.46 165,982.46 165,982.46 165,982.46 165,982.46 1,327,859.70
End. Bal. - Y3 1,702,385.58 1,702,385.58 1,702,385.58 1,702,385.58 1,702,385.58 1,702,385.58 1,702,385.58 2,062,385.58 13,979,084.60
Salaries 120,000.00 120,000.00
Distribution 165,982.46 165,982.46 165,982.46 165,982.46 165,982.46 165,982.46 165,982.46 165,982.46 1,327,859.70
End. Bal. -Y4 1,868,368.04 1,868,368.04 1,868,368.04 1,868,368.04 1,868,368.04 1,868,368.04 1,868,368.04 2,348,368.04 15,426,944.30
Salaries 120,000.00 120,000.00
Distribution 165,982.46 165,982.46 165,982.46 165,982.46 165,982.46 165,982.46 165,982.46 165,982.46 1,327,859.70
End. Bal. -Y5 2,034,350.50 2,034,350.50 2,034,350.50 2,034,350.50 2,034,350.50 2,034,350.50 2,034,350.50 2,634,350.50 16,874,804.00
Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Current Asset 910,531.00 1,567,172.20 2,472,172.90 3,269,173.60 4,066,174.30
Current Ratio Current Liabilities 400,870.80 512,511.30 620,511.30 620,511.30 620,511.30
2.27 3.06 3.98 5.27 6.55

Debt 400,870.80 512,511.30 620,511.30 620,511.30 620,511.30


Debt-to-Equity Ratio Equity 11,335,365.20 12,531,224.90 13,979,084.60 15,426,944.30 16,874,804.00
0.04 0.04 0.04 0.04 0.04

Equity 11,335,365.20 12,531,224.90 13,979,084.60 15,426,944.30 16,874,804.00


Equity-to-Asset Ratio Asset 11,736,236.00 13,043,736.20 14,599,595.90 16,047,455.60 17,495,315.30
0.97 0.96 0.96 0.96 0.96

Net Income 935,365.20 1,195,859.70 1,447,859.70 1,447,859.70 1,447,859.70


Return on Equity Ave. Equity 10,867,682.60 11,933,295.05 13,255,154.75 14,703,014.45 16,150,874.15
0.09 0.10 0.11 0.10 0.09

EBIT 1,336,236.00 1,708,371.00 2,068,371.00 2,068,371.00 2,068,371.00


Return on Total Asset Ave. Total Asset 11,068,118.00 12,389,986.10 13,821,666.05 15,323,525.75 16,771,385.45
0.12 0.14 0.15 0.13 0.12
Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Net Income 935,365.20 1,195,859.70 1,447,859.70 1,447,859.70 1,447,859.70
Profit Margin Net Service Revenue 2,160,000.00 2,520,000.00 2,880,000.00 2,880,000.00 2,880,000.00
0.43 0.47 0.50 0.50 0.50
Net Income 935,365.20 1,195,859.70 1,447,859.70 1,447,859.70 1,447,859.70
Return on Investment Operating Assets 10,400,000.00 10,736,236.00 11,043,736.20 11,599,595.90 12,047,455.60
0.09 0.11 0.13 0.12 0.12
Ave. Annual net income 1,294,960.80
Accounting Rate of Return Investment 10,400,000.00
0.12
Computation is for the 5 years of operation only
Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Current Asset 910,531.00 1,567,172.20 2,472,172.90 3,269,173.60 4,066,174.30
Current Ratio Current Liabilities 400,870.80 512,511.30 620,511.30 620,511.30 620,511.30
2.27 3.06 3.98 5.27 6.55

Debt 400,870.80 512,511.30 620,511.30 620,511.30 620,511.30


Debt-to-Equity Ratio Equity 11,335,365.20 12,531,224.90 13,979,084.60 15,426,944.30 16,874,804.00
0.04 0.04 0.04 0.04 0.04

Equity 11,335,365.20 12,531,224.90 13,979,084.60 15,426,944.30 16,874,804.00


Equity-to-Asset Ratio Asset 11,736,236.00 13,043,736.20 14,599,595.90 16,047,455.60 17,495,315.30
0.97 0.96 0.96 0.96 0.96

Net Income 935,365.20 1,195,859.70 1,447,859.70 1,447,859.70 1,447,859.70


Return on Equity Ave. Equity 10,867,682.60 11,933,295.05 13,255,154.75 14,703,014.45 16,150,874.15
0.09 0.10 0.11 0.10 0.09

EBIT 1,336,236.00 1,708,371.00 2,068,371.00 2,068,371.00 2,068,371.00


Return on Total Asset Ave. Total Asset 11,068,118.00 12,389,986.10 13,821,666.05 15,323,525.75 16,771,385.45
0.12 0.14 0.15 0.13 0.12
Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5
Current Asset 910,531.00 1,567,172.20 2,472,172.90 3,269,173.60 4,066,174.30
Current Ratio Current Liabilities 400,870.80 512,511.30 620,511.30 620,511.30 620,511.30
2.27 3.06 3.98 5.27 6.55

Debt 400,870.80 512,511.30 620,511.30 620,511.30 620,511.30


Debt-to-Equity Ratio Equity 11,335,365.20 12,531,224.90 13,979,084.60 15,426,944.30 16,874,804.00
0.04 0.04 0.04 0.04 0.04

Equity 11,335,365.20 12,531,224.90 13,979,084.60 15,426,944.30 16,874,804.00


Equity-to-Asset Ratio Asset 11,736,236.00 13,043,736.20 14,599,595.90 16,047,455.60 17,495,315.30
0.97 0.96 0.96 0.96 0.96

Net Income 935,365.20 1,195,859.70 1,447,859.70 1,447,859.70 1,447,859.70


Return on Equity Ave. Equity 10,867,682.60 11,933,295.05 13,255,154.75 14,703,014.45 16,150,874.15
0.09 0.10 0.11 0.10 0.09

EBIT 1,336,236.00 1,708,371.00 2,068,371.00 2,068,371.00 2,068,371.00


Return on Total Asset Ave. Total Asset 11,068,118.00 12,389,986.10 13,821,666.05 15,323,525.75 16,771,385.45
0.12 0.14 0.15 0.13 0.12