Business Plan Consultant and Ghostwriter for San Antonio, TX.

A common complaint from business owners, especially in San Antonio, TX., New Braunfels, TX., Seguin, TX., Selma, TX. and Von Ormy, TX., is that regulations are burdensome for their business. 

Business regulations are often needed to protect our environment, customers, or employees. However, our business plan writer and business plan consultant has found that most business owners fail to research regulations that may directly or indirectly impact their business.  From this failure to research, costly fines may be levied against the company for violations.  These issues may be avoided by having a professionally written business plan done. 

Our business plan consultant, ghostwriter, and financial projection specialist will work with a small business owner to research relevant regulations that may impact their business.  From this research, our business plan consultant will help small business owners construct a regulation section for the business plan.  By researching and including a regulatory part, business owners show that they fully understand the external environment in which they compete.  Further, this research will also help small business owners understand regulations that may impact their business.  This could lead to creating business models to mitigate the impact or use the rules to their advantage for operating purposes.

Who We Are...

For Quality Business Plan, Our owner, Paul Borosky, MBA., ABD., has over ten years’ experience as a business owner, business plan consultant, ghsotwriter, financial projection consultant, and adjunct finance professor and adjunct entrepreneurship professor. 

From these experiences, our firm will be able to assist startup companies as well as established firms looking for growth.

Local San Antonio, TX. Areas We Offer Virtual Business Services

  • San Antonio, TX.
  • Fair Oaks Ranch, TX.
  • Grey Forest, TX.
  • Macdona, TX.
  • New Braunfels, TX.
  • Seguin, TX.
  • Floresville, TX.
  • Pleasanton, TX.
  • Comfort, TX.
  • Kerrville, TX.
  • San Marcos, TX.
  • Helotes, TX.

Business Plan Writing Services

Business Plan Consultant

Business Plan Consultant

Quality Business Plan's business plan consultants help business owners complete business plans, edit already finished business plans, or even write a business plan from start to finish.  Whatever your business plan needs, our business plan consultant is ready to help.

Financial Projections Consultant

Financial Projection Professional

One of the hardest aspects of writing a business plan is the financial projections or financial forecasting section of the plan.  Because of its inherent challenge, have our financial projection professional design a financial model customized for your business and industry.



Our ghost book writing services starts with a conversation with you.  From this conversation, we select specific topics that you would like to have written about in a book.  Next, our ghost book writer does some research and writes up a book based on topics agreed upon.  We then help you publish a book IN YOUR NAME! You keep royalties, recognition, and industry credibility!

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Hours of Operation: 7 Days a week 8am to 9pm EST.

Our business plan writers are located in Orlando, Fl. We have researched and written business plans for numerous businesses in the US.

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Benefits from hiring a Business Plan Consultant or Ghostwriter:

Small business owners often struggle with writing a vision statement for the company.  Because of this, our business plan writers and business plan consultants have been trained to help business owners create a vision for the company.  In our proprietary process, our business plan writers start the vision statement process by having our clients envision how their company will look in 5 to 7 years.  Once this is done, our business plan consultants will then ask specific questions related to your vision.  From our client answers, our writers or consultants will then create a coherent vision statement based on the information provided.  In the end, our clients are rewarded with a well-written vision statement that fully reflects their thoughts and ideas about the future of the company.

Ghostwriter Topics for San Antonio, TX. Business Owners.

Our ghostwriter may help area business owners by creating a professionally published book in your name related to your industry.  For example, businesses that provide a service often wish to have their owner known as an expert in their field.  One of the best ways to do this is to publish articles or books about topics within your expertise.  A popular industry that is ghostwriting services may be helpful would be the remodeling industry.

In writing articles or books about the remodeling industry, our ghostwriter would first start with in-depth research related to the industry as a whole.  For example, the remodeling industry is a $48 billion industry in the US.  In the last 12 months, this industry grew by approximately 8.5%.  In the next five years, we anticipate approximately 1% annual growth.  Currently, there are about 130,000 competitors in the US.

From this information, our ghostwriter would then explore essential topics in the remodeling industry like current customer trends, installation techniques, or assessing materials to use for the remodeling.

Common Financial Statement and Financial Projection Questions.

What are the components of my company’s cost of capital?

Our financial projection professional is often asked what our company’s cost of capital is.  The cost of capital in the simplest terms would be the interest rate an organization is expected to payout for both debt and equity.  To illustrate, if a company has a credit card debt of 100,000 with an average interest rate of 18% and its equity stake is $100,000, with an expected return on equity of 10%.  Then, the cost of equity for the firm would be approximately 14%.  This factor was reached by dividing the credit card interest rate and return on equity by two than adding the two factors together.