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Train-the-Trainer Workshop

Welcome to MONEY SMART FORSMALL BUSINESS

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IntroductionPresenter NameTitleOrganization

Contact Information2

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Ground RulesParticipateAsk questionsTell me what you thinkCell phones on vibrate

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Training MaterialsTrain-the-Trainer Participant GuideManaging Cash FlowInstructor GuideParticipant GuidePowerPoint SlidesGlossary TermsSuccess Tips

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Parking Lot To help manage time, we may need to “park” some questionsWe will assess at the end to see if your questions were answered

If not, we can plan to follow up 5

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AgendaWelcomeLearning ObjectivesMSSB Curriculum OverviewThe Thirteen ModulesA Deep DiveGetting Started with MSSBSuccess Tips

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IcebreakerWhat are the top [1-3] products/services offered by your organization/branch that entrepreneurs love?orWhat are the top [1-3] resources that your organization/branch has that organizations serving entrepreneurs love?

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Learning ObjectivesSimply state Introduce the MSSB CurriculumWhat it is

Why it was createdWho can benefitHow they benefitGetting started!8

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MSSB: What It IsA business education toolCollaboratively developed by the FDIC & SBA13 modulesCovers a wide range of business topics

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MSSB: Why It Was Created To assist financial institutions and community organizations To help entrepreneurs think To have deep and sustainable impact To spur economic activity

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MSSB: Who Can BenefitFinancial Institutions and Community OrganizationsSmall Business/Economic Development Organizations Community Banks/Financial Institutions Government Programs Chambers of Commerce or Business Chambers/Trade AssociationsIndependent Small Business Consultants

Aspiring and Existing EntrepreneursUrban and Rural Communities11

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MSSB: How They BenefitFinancial Institutions and Community OrganizationsAspiring and Existing EntrepreneursUrban and Rural Communities

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MSSB: Curriculum Overview

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MSSB: Curriculum ComponentsInstructor’s GuideParticipant’s Guide/WorkbookPowerPoint Slides

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MSSB: Curriculum ModulesBanking ServicesCredit ReportingFinancial ManagementInsuranceOrganizational TypesRecord KeepingRisk ManagementSelling a Business and Succession PlanningTax PlanningTime Management

Is Small Business Ownership a Good Fit for You?Planning for a Healthy BusinessManaging Cash Flow15

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Banking Services

Understanding the Value for Small Businesses16

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Entrepreneurs willGain a solid understanding of the banking products and services available to small business owners Understand the importance of building effective long-term relationships with a banker or lenderRecognize the role of a personal credit score in the lending process

Banking Services 17

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Credit Reporting

Demystified

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Credit ReportingEntrepreneurs willUnderstand the full scope of credit reporting and the impact of credit reports on the operation or growth of a small business Discover strategies for building or improving business creditAppreciate how personal credit scores impact the ability of a business to obtain credit

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Financial Management

Appropriate Allocation of Resources20

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Financial ManagementEntrepreneurs willGrasp the importance of sound financial managementUnderstand the basics of small business financial management including:Startup financingFinancing for a growing business

Financing working capitalFinancing fixed assets 21

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Insurance

Planning for the Unexpected22

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InsuranceEntrepreneurs willRecognize the importance of small business insuranceUnderstand the full range of insurance products and servicesRequired coverageOther coverage

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Organizational Types

Advantages and Disadvantages of Business Structures24

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Organizational TypesEntrepreneurs willKnow that the legal structure of a business determines how a company operates and is taxedDistinguish the general characteristics, advantages and disadvantages of organizational types:Sole proprietorship Partnerships

Limited liability companyC-corporation S-corporation 25

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Record Keeping

Critical Managerial Tool26

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Record KeepingEntrepreneurs willComprehend the necessity for good record keepingLearn about the practices and rules of record keeping for small businesses

Discover record keeping software tools.27

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Risk Management

Be Prepared for Negative Outcomes 28

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Risk ManagementEntrepreneurs willUnderstand the common risks associated with a small business Identify the external and internal factors which can cause risks for a small business

Implement, monitor and evaluate a risk management plan for a small business29

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Selling a Business and Succession Planning

Exit

Strategies 30

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Selling a Business and Succession PlanningEntrepreneurs willLearn how to change the ownership of a business through selling, closing or transferring the business to successors Know how to establish an exit strategy for retirement which includes a succession plan, transferring ownership of the business and paying taxes

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Tax Planning

Understanding the Details

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Tax Planning and ReportingEntrepreneurs willUnderstand the range of state, local and federal tax reporting requirements of a small business and its ownerBe able to research general tax reporting requirementsUnderstand the importance of establishing a plan to pay taxes

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Time Management

Steps on Effective Use of Time34

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Time Management

Entrepreneurs will

Understand the importance of time management

Discover commonly used time management practices like

Pareto analysis

ABC method

Eisenhower method

POSEC method

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Is Small Business Ownership a Good Fit for You?

Strength Assessments

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Is Small Business Ownership a Good Fit for You?Entrepreneurs willDiscern between the myths and realities of small business ownershipStart a self-assessment to determine their readiness to become a small business owner

Gain insight about their readiness to start a business37

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Planning for a Healthy Business

Startup Costs and Beyond

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Planning for a Healthy BusinessEntrepreneurs willDiscover a 4-Step Business Planning process, via a case study, that will help them create a long-term healthy businessBack-of-Napkin PlanResource PlanBusiness PlanAction Plan

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Managing Cash Flow

Practical Problem-Solving

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Managing Cash FlowEntrepreneurs willLearn how critically important cash flow management is for a small businessAct as advisors to Bob and The Wired Cup Understand the need for expert assistance and advice

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The Deep Dive42

Managing Cash Flow

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Pre-TestLocate the Pre- and Post-Test Form at the back of your Participant Guide.Complete the BEFORE Training column to assess your knowledge on this topic before participating in this class.

In your Participant Guide

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AgendaWelcome, Pre-Test, Agenda, and Learning ObjectivesIntroductionsCase Study: Bob and The Wired Cup

The Opening Balance SheetThree Views of Cash FlowWhat Can Bob Do? Summary, Post-Test, and Evaluation

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Learning ObjectivesDescribe the purpose of cash flow management in a start-up small business.Assess a cash flow cycle and make some cash flow projections. Describe how a cash flow statement can help assess and improve the financial health of a start-up.

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Learning Objectives, cont.Identify some ways to manage cash flow in terms of managing costs and potential income.Identify ways to seek out expert technical assistance to improve cash flow management. 

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Bob’s case begins on page 4 in your Participant Guide.The Wired Cup café has had a great start. Bob faces some cash flow issues and needs to juggle his priorities.The good news: Bob is thinking ahead and he has great advisors: you!

Introducing Bob and The Wired Cup

The Wired Cup

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Introductions: Where are you on the cash flow continuum?

Cash Flow ContinuumBeginner

I’m an expert (and still have questions)

Intermediate: I know some, still have questions

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Opening Balance Sheet for The Wired CupPage 5 in your Participant Guide

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A Few Notes About DebtIt takes effort to obtain a small business loan.Your credit score will directly influence your ability to secure a loan.Talk with a bank’s commercial loan officer before you need the loan.

Other modules in this Money Smart series can help!

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Three Views of Cash FlowCash Conversion CycleCash Flow DiagramCash Flow Statement

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Cash Conversion Cycle

Business pays for raw materials

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inputs

Business makes product

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designs service delivery

Business sells product

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provides service

Money OUT

Money

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Cash Flow Diagram

Page 7 in your Participant Guide

This diagram has been adapted from a diagram designed by George M. Dawson and illustrated by Buck Dawson, 1995.

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The Wired Cup Cash Flow StatementPage 10 in your Participant Guide.This statement tells a story:How much money Bob has to run his business.How much money is moving in and out of The Wired Cup.

Where the money is coming from and where it is going.When that money is moving in and out of the business.

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How can Bob increase sales revenue at The Wired Cup?How could Bob negotiate a better deal with his vendors and suppliers?How can Bob plan for seasonal ups and downs?Is it wise for Bob to use a credit card to offset cash flow issues?What do YOU recommend?

What Can Bob Do?Group Discussion:

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Possible Ideas for BobIncrease revenueProvide incentives for customers to pay in cashStart catering Sell gift cardsIncrease number of corporate accounts

Negotiate with vendors and suppliersAsk for better terms or payment plansLandlord: pay entire year’s rent in 10 months not 12Reduce costs during slow monthsStaffStore hoursReduce menu options

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What NOT to Do Do not postpone paying estimated taxesDo not hide from loan officers – they can provide invaluable adviceDo not pay vendors late (they can cut off supply)Do not overestimate revenueDo not underestimate costs

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Key Points to RememberManaging cash flow is a core competency of small business ownership.An opening balance sheet tells a compelling story.

A cash flow statement continues the story. Use it to monitor projected and actual income and expenses.Plan for seasonal fluctuations.Try to maintain a rapid cash conversion cycle.Manage your paperwork like a pro. Ask an accountant for advice.

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Toolkit of ResourcesSee the

Toolkit of Resources in your Participant Guide for more details.Glossary of Cash Flow TermsCash Flow Statement TemplateNegotiating Better TermsFor More Information: technical assistance options – many of these are free!

End of The Deep Dive

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Evaluation Best PracticesEach module should be evaluated for two main reasons: Evaluate the quality and impact of each moduleIdentify what is next 60

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Evaluate for Quality and ImpactThe Participant Guide for each module includes an evaluation form on the last page. The forms are easy to complete. Evaluation forms are effective tools for gauging immediate reactions to a class.

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What’s NextAt the end of a class, conduct a debriefing conversation with the class. Ask, “What should happen next?” Scan the Parking Lot for questions that indicate a need for additional classes. Interview guest experts for their ideas. They can offer great advice based on the questions the participants ask of them.

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Questions

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Getting Started With MSSB

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There is more than one way to customize a Money Smart Program

Selecting Modules

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Selection Options

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Is Small Business Ownership a Good Fit for You?

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Planning for a Healthy Business

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Financial Management

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Managing

Cash Flow

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Credit Reporting

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Banking Services

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Tax Planning

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Time Management and Graduation

Day

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Is Small Business Ownership a Good Fit for You?

Planning for a Healthy Business

Credit Reporting

Focus Group: What should

be next in this program?

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Focus Group

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Focus Group

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Graduation

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Sample 2

There are many other options.

The order and sequence of

modules is up to you.

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Working with ExpertsExperts can be:Small business owners with stories about successes, and how they learned from mistakes.Representatives from such fields as banking, credit, taxes and others.Advisors such as accountants or insurance brokers.

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Join the Money Smart AllianceSign up to become an Alliance Member:https://www.fdic.gov/consumers/consumer/moneysmart/business.htmlTo download any Money Smart curriculum and collateral material:https://catalog.fdic.gov/

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Success TipsResourcesToolsTips71

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Learning ObjectivesRecapWhat it isWhy it was created

Who can benefitHow they benefitGetting started!72

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Key Points To RememberCurriculum is freeA stand-alone productA complete package

Out-of-the box readyCustomizableObjective information from the FDIC Available in English and SpanishAn award-winning curriculum that can bring proven results

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THANK YOU!Presenter NameTitleOrganizationContact Information

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