A proper business plan encourages regular re-evaluation of the business. Such a plan will contain monthly or quarterly projections of income and expenses for a year or two of operations. The plan can then be used as a check against actual results to determine whether and how the business is progressing. This is only possible, of course, if monthly or quarterly financial statements are produced in sufficient detail to match the detail in the business plan.
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