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Cash Flow Analysis

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W-2 Income from Self-Employment

W-2 Income from Self-Employment $ $

Schedule B – Interest and Ordinary Dividends

Interest Income from Self-Employment $ $
Dividends from Self-Employment $ $
Subtotal Schedule b $ $

Schedule C – Profit or Loss from Business: Sole Proprietorship

Net Profit $ $
Nonrecurring Other (Income) $ $
Depletion $ $
Depreciation $ $
Non-deductible Travel and Meals Expenses $ $
Business Use of Home $ $
Amortization/Casualty Loss $ $
Subtotal Schedule C $ $

Schedule D – Capital Gains and Losses

Recurring Capital Gains $ $

Schedule E – Supplemental Income and Loss

Royalties Received $ $
Total Expenses $ $
Depletion $ $
Subtotal Schedule E $ $

Schedule F – Profit or Loss from Farming

Net Farm Profit or (Loss) $ $
Non-Tax Portion Ongoing Coop and CCC Payments $ $
Nonrecurring Other (Income) Loss $ $
Depreciation $ $
Amortization/Casualty Loss/Depletion $ $
Business Use of Home $ $
Subtotal Schedule F $ $

Schedule K-1 Form 1065 – Partner’s Share of Income

Ordinary Revenue $ $
Net Rental Real Estate; Other Net Income $ $
Guaranteed Payments to Partner $ $
Subtotal $ $

Form 1065 - Adjustments to Business

Ordinary (Revenue) Other Partnerships $ $
Nonrecurring Other (Income) Loss $ $
Depreciation $ $
Depletion $ $
Amortization/Casualty Loss $ $
Mortgages or Notes Payable in Less than 1 Year $ $
Non-deductible Travel and Entertainment Expenses $ $
Subtotal $ $
Percent Ownership (From Schedule K-1) % %
Total Form 1065 $ $

Schedule K-1 Form 1120S – Shareholder’s Share of Income

Ordinary Income $ $
Net Rental Real Estate; Other Net Rental Income $ $
Subtotal $ $

Form 1120S - Adjustments to Business

Nonrecurring Other (Revenue) $ $
Depreciation $ $
Depletion $ $
Amortization/Casualty Loss $ $
Mortgages or Notes Payable in Less than 1 Year $ $
Non-deductible Travel and Entertainment Expenses $ $
Subtotal $ $
Percent Ownership (From Schedule K-1) % %
Total Form 1120S $ $

Form 1120 – Regular Corporation

Taxable Income $ $
Total Tax $ $
Nonrecurring (Gains) $ $
Nonrecurring Other (Income) $ $
Depreciation $ $
Depletion $ $
Amortization/Casualty Loss $ $
Net Operating Loss and Special Deductions $ $
Mortgages or Notes Payable in Less than 1 Year $ $
Non-deductible Travel and Entertainment Expenses $ $
Subtotal $ $
Less: Dividends Paid to Borrower $ $
Total Form 1120 $ $

Grand Total

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