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Southeast Racing

Financial Plan

We are a small company owned and operated by Tim and Molly Jones, husband and wife, as a Subchapter S corporation.

Tim Jones – President
Tim will be the main salesperson. He will also be responsible for shipping and receiving, inventory management, and the marketing and promotion of products. Tim will assist with record keeping and cost containment.

Molly Jones – Corporate Secretary
Molly will maintain the company records and be in direct communication with the accountant and other advisors. She will also be in charge of the computer system and perform all of the desktop publishing for the company. She will assist as needed with sales, shipping and receiving, and customer service related issues. In addition to her regular duties, Molly will be doing Internet marketing from her office at Southeast Racing Parts. We anticipate that 20 hours every week will be dedicated to this marketing. The revenue that will be generated by this is reflected in the Sales Forecast.

The initial management team depends on the founders themselves, with little back-up. We plan on hiring additional personnel as the need for them arises, and as we have the ability to pay them.

6.1 Management Team

Tim and Molly not only have the desire to succeed, but will bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the Southeast Racing Parts team. They have nearly thirty years of combined experience in the racing industry and have both performed nearly all facets of daily operations for a racing business. Following is a synopsis of their abilities and accomplishments:

Tim Jones (40) – President
(background omitted to protect confidentiality)

Molly Jones (29) – Corporate Secretary
(background omitted to protect confidentiality)

6.2 Management Team Gaps

We depend on professionals, particularly our CPA, for some key management help. We have retained a local CPA to help us with financial and business management questions since we don’t have a strong background in those areas. Also, we are short on experience concerning human resource issues; however, we plan on utilizing our network of business associates to advise us when the need arises.

6.3 Personnel Plan

The cornerstone of the personnel plan is to maximize productivity and minimize the labor burden on the company’s operating expenses. As we grow, we expect to see steady increases in our personnel to match the increases in sales.

Personnel Plan
Year 1 Year 2 Year 3
Tim Jones $16,800 $20,160 $24,192
Molly Jones $9,600 $11,520 $13,824
Salesperson (PT) $0 $8,000 $8,000
Salesperson (FT) $0 $0 $20,000
Total People 2 3 4
Total Payroll $26,400 $39,680 $66,016