Any million-dollar business starts with a golden idea. But, to become and remain profitable, it needs an organized, well-constructed business plan. As all entrepreneurs know, business plans should lay out company goals, discuss products and services, and explain strategies. These sections are important, but pale in comparison to the financial section of your business plan. A well-researched and thorough financial section substantiates your theoretical claims, and certifies your business as a practical prospect. In fact, many investors (whether they are family, friends, or independent) will not fund your business without a financial section that dictates precisely how you intend to utilize your resources. In this post, we’ll detail how you can write this financial section to appeal to investors.