Published Books by Paul

Company Financial Reports and Books Published (or Soon to be Published) by Paul Borosky, MBA.

Quality Business Plan's owner, Paul Borosky, MBA., Doctoral Candidate is passionate about entrepreneurship, business plans, and financial modeling.  However, his love of writing knows no bounds.  Listed below are just some of the financial reports by Paul that are currently available or in the works to be published.  In the financial reports, analysts and explanations are presented about the target company's income statement, balance sheet, and financial ratios. 

Below, are just some of the many financial reports Paul has compiled or is in the process of compiling. If your needed company is not listed below, just contact us and we can have a report ready, usually, within 24 hours!

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Beginner's Handbook and Guide to Financial Statements and Financial Ratios

For the last five years, I have been working with a local college as an adjunct finance professor.  In this time, I have worked with hundreds of students to help them successfully passed the finance course.  While helping the students, I have noticed that most finance books offer very little discussion, at least that is understandable, about financial ratios and financial statements.  Because of this challenge, I decided to create and easy to use handbook for finance and accounting students to quickly understand various financial statements and financial ratios.

Starting a Business is like Playing a Video Game

As a professional business plan writer and business plan consultant, I continually receive questions related to how to start a business.  Surprisingly, most of the questions fall into about 12 to 14 different categories.  Because of the similarity of the challenges in starting a business, I decided to write this book to help entrepreneurs best deal with the challenges.

In this book, I walked you, the reader, through a step-by-step process for starting a business.  Further, I attempt to helping all relate to the concepts in the book by using video game analogies throughout the text.

Small Business Guide to Fund Raising

One of the toughest parts about starting a business is fund raising.  For the most part, potential business owners believe that they have only two choices for starting a business, coming up with the money themselves or taking on significant debt through a bank loan.  In this book, Paul Borosky, MBA. walks small business owners through a step-by-step process for fund raising.  The steps include understanding all of your funding options to writing a business funding request and everything in between.