Glossary

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Accounts payable
Money that you owe to suppliers for inventory and raw materials that you have already received.
Annual depreciation
This represents the portion of the value of your property that is used up each year. For example, if you expect your property to last for two years, the annual depreciation will be 50% (i.e. The total value of 100% divided by 2 years).
Amount raised
This is the amount of cash you expect to receive from investors or lenders.
Always distribute excess cash?
You will have excess cash in some periods and cash shortfalls afterwards. Do you want to pay out excess cash immediately it comes, or save it for later? If you accumulate cash, you can pay it out at the end of the year.