Don't use a template unless your really have to. Go first to http://startupowl.com/resources/business-startup-essentials/planning-your-startup/, then get a plan here: http://startupowl.com/resources/the-tool-chest/tools-techniques/business-plan-outline/.
Will, The Startup Owl
I agree with John about using the onepagebusinessplan.com. You can also find information at http://www.sba.gov/.
Send me your email and I'll send you a simple but comprehensive template that can be adapted to any business. I've used it for years across all sorts of FMCG and CPG businesses from MNC to niche.
this is a great resource - http://www.onepagebusinessplan.com/ - I like its approach in getting to the heart of the matter
I have used Business Plan Pro software in the past and it too is pretty comprehensive. It also has many business plans on it that you can review.
Hi. I find bplans.com very useful and comprehensive. Have a look and see if it works.:):)
There is a guy that was selling them- Very good system, never bought - just can't remember his name.. biz plan on google- I think it was $100.00 and he has a good track record, think he was in Florida. If I find it , I will let you know.
I would suggest uising liveplan business planning software. It is very comprehensive, and includes business plan templates and video tutorials.