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Included is the detailed cost benefit analysis for the project. The costs for the development operations and on going maintenance of the project vs. the benefits are summarized for year period. Description Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total Total Costs Benefits Net Ratio ROI If you have detailed cost benefit analysis data tables graphs graphics output from Cost Benefit Analysis software etc. include it here. Include the total project cost for time period and the total income expected to be generated and or saved during the period. This can be converted into the expected ROI Return on of the project. You should be able to show that the ROI is high enough to justify the project. If monetary ROI is low then the benefits should be tangible enough to show valid reason for developing the project. The Total Costs is the total cost of production operations and on going maintenance. The Benefits are the financial benefits to the customer such as income generated cost savings etc. The Net is the Benefits minus the Costs. The Ratio is the net divided by the Costs. The ROI is the Ratio times For example Total costs for year are $. Total benefits for year are $15 000. The Net is $5000. The Ratio is and the ROI is 50%

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A proper business proposal will include multiple chapters. This is just one of many chapters that may be included in your proposal. The complete fill-in-the-blank template is included in our Proposal Pack template collections. A variety of sample proposals illustrating how companies in different industries both large and small have written proposals using our Proposal Packs are also included. This template will show you how to write the Cost/Benefit Analysis.

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How to write my Cost/Benefit Analysis document

Included is the detailed cost benefit analysis for the project. The costs for the development operations and on going maintenance of the project vs. the benefits are summarized for year period. Description Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total Total Costs Benefits Net Ratio ROI If you have detailed cost benefit analysis data tables graphs graphics output from Cost Benefit Analysis software etc. include it here. Include the total project cost for time period and the total income expected to be generated and or saved during the period. This can be converted into the expected ROI Return on of the project. You should be able to show that the ROI is high enough to justify the project. If monetary ROI is low then the benefits should be tangible enough to show valid reason for developing the project. The Total Costs is the total cost of production operations and on going maintenance. The Benefits are the financial benefits to the customer such as income generated cost savings etc. The Net is the Benefits minus the Costs. The Ratio is the net divided by the Costs. The ROI is the Ratio times For example Total costs for year are $. Total benefits for year are $15 000. The Net is $5000. The Ratio is and the ROI is 50%

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The editable Cost/Benefit Analysis template - complete with the actual formatting, layout and graphics is available in the retail Proposal Packs.

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