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Get answers to the most common questions and learn how to use Bizzmill like a pro.

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Getting started

Once you've created your first company in Bizzmill, you're free to work on your business plans and pitches in any order you like. This guide will show you the tabs of the Bizzmill screen, and what each one does, so you can find your way around more quickly.


Setting up a new company

This is where you begin to set up this business. Some details are absolutely necessary to create a financial plan, and some are necessary to enhance the details of your overall business plan.

Main menu

Setting up profile, change subscription and go to your companies.

Dashboard - Strategy

Product, Price, Promotion, Place, and People – are key marketing elements used to position a business strategically.

Dashboard - Finance - Revenue

A step by step instruction video on how to add, allocate, copy and simulate revenue streams in Bizzmill.

Dashboard - Finance - Direct costs

The idea behind direct costs is that every time you make a sale, you incur more costs.

Dashboard - Finance - Personnel

This is where you will cover the salaries and related costs paid to yourself, your employees, and any contract workers.

Dashboard - Finance - Expenses

Add all of your company’s regular expenses here: rent, utilities, insurance, marketing costs, office supplies, and so on.

Dashboard - Finance - Assets

It is customary to treat long-lasting purchases (called “assets”) differently than regular expenses

Dashboard - Finance - Dividends

Enter any dividends or other distributions of earnings here. Dividends (for corporations) or distributions (for LLCs or partnerships) are a way to pass current or past profits along to the company's owners or shareholders.

Dashboard - Finance - Cash flow assumptions

How will credit payments and inventory purchases affect your cash?


All your effort that you put in at the financial input tables, come together in the reports section of your forecast. The reports show you a Profit & Loss statement, Balance Sheet and the Cash Flow projections.