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New Post 12/10/2019 3:56 AM
User is offline JasonDavis
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Financial modeling tools 
Investors rely on business plans to evaluate the feasibility of a business before funding it, which is why business plans commonly are associated with getting a loan.In this regard, what tools of financial modeling and business planning do you use?
 
New Post 12/23/2019 12:25 AM
User is offline Stewart F
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Re: Financial modeling tools 

Hi Jason, 

Your question relates to a very niche group. Normally, I would say that a BA would not get involved in this sort of work, unless they actually were a Finance Analyst. In that case, assuming he company already exists, the tools they use would have been pre-selected outside of the BAs sphere of influence. 

I'd be surprised if you get much more of an in depth answer though - not on here anyway. I would suggest for such information that you try a board around setting up companies, who are more likely to have relevant experience with such areas.

 
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