According to the sixth edition of the "American Psychological Association Manual," in-text citations require that you include the author's last name (followed by a comma) and the year of publication in parenthesis.
You may need assistance putting together the financial information if you don’t have a financial background, but make sure you get an accountant to explain what all the figures mean.
Although there is a fairly well accepted structure for a business plan format, there are many ways of putting it down on paper.
Begin the entry with the author's last name, if available, or the name of the organization that published the plan.
Next provide the year of publication in parenthesis, the title of the strategic plan in italics, the report or volume number in parenthesis and the location and name of the publisher if it is a printed source. This article was written by The Pen & The Pad team, copy edited and fact checked through a multi-point auditing system, in efforts to ensure our readers only receive the best information.