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Guides and Forms

 

We have provided some guides and downloadable forms to assist you with the essential information needed to start and run a business.

Guides:

Writing a Business Plan
Writing a Marketing Plan
Preparing a Press Release
Writing an Employee Handbook
Extending Credit to Your Customers

Forms:*

Balance Sheet
Income Statement
Balancing Worksheet
Bank Statement Reconciliation

* You will require WinZip and Microsoft® Excel to open these spreadsheets. Right click on the link and select Save.

The forms and guides made available are not and should not be considered legal advice. The forms and guides are provided "as is." The forms and guides are samples only and may not be appropriate for any particular transaction. No representations, warranties or guarantees whatsoever are made as to the accuracy, completeness, adequacy, reliability, suitability or applicability of any form or guide to a particular situation. Forms and guides may include financially or legally significant documents, such as Balance Sheets, Income Statements and other items, and are provided to you solely as examples of typical documents of their kind. The delivery and use of forms and guides does not constitute Legal, Accounting or other Professional advice, and you are urged to consult a professional licensed in your jurisdiction before using any forms and guides. The specifics of a given situation may require provisions not contemplated in the forms or guides. Laws vary by state and are constantly changing. Only a licensed attorney can provide you with specific advice to rely upon. Accordingly, the information herein is not a substitute for the advice of a competent attorney. The Huntington National Bank has no liability whatsoever for the use of the forms and guides. You therefore assume all risk associated with forms and guides and agree to defend, indemnify and hold harmless The Huntington National Bank against any and all claims, demands, threats, suits or proceedings, or any losses or liabilities (including Attorney's fees and costs) associated with them.