Many financial institutions will require information about your personal financial data. This spreadsheet will help you prepare a personal financial statement.
Instructions for completing the Personal Financial Statement Template
Your personal financial statement should show only your personally held assets and liabilities (debts) outside the business. Do not include any business assets or liabilities.
Page 2 of the spreadsheet allows you to give the details behind the numbers on the balance sheet.
If you present this financial statement to a potential lender or investor, be sure to sign and date it in the space provided. The signature is your pledge that the statement is complete and accurate to the best of your knowledge.
Step 1: Prepare a list of all assets owned whether they are paid for or not. Enter the amount you would receive by selling the asset for cash.
Step 2: Prepare a list of liabilities (money you owe).
Step 3: Net worth = Total Assets - Total Liabilities