Multiply the value of the one time project and record that value on the P&L under the Income section “One Time Sales.” This value will then be included in the overall Total Income for the month. Also calculate your labor costs under Expenses on the P&L at a rate 40% higher than the current rate for this month only.

Make sure to calculate your Revenue Per Contact at the “Growing” rate! To calculate your increase in contracts for this month only, follow this example. When calculating the increase, always round up in favor of your company. If you currently have 10 contracts and you earn 25% more, then you would have 12.5 so you would round up to 13.

Sorry if you are not a franchise. That is the breaks of going it alone. If you are a franchisee then simply add 10 new contracts on the P&L under the Income section “# Of New Recurring Contracts.” This number will be added to the current recurring contacts to determine the total number of recurring contracts for the month.

Multiply the value of the one time project and record that value on the P&L under the Income section “One Time Sales.” This value will then be included in the overall Total Income for the month. Also calculate your labor costs under Expenses on the P&L at a rate double to the current rate for this month only.

Well, this is exciting, I think! Start with calculating the value of three months sales (income) and determine what 50% of that is for the entries. Once you have that, get your Statement of Cash Flows out and look at the middle section, Investment Activities. You will make a positive entry in the paid in Sale of Equipment or Property line to account for the income. You also need to account for the loss of the recurring contacts by reducing the number of contracts by 50%. To best make this entry, add a number of contracts that you are losing as a negative number on the P&L under Income # Of New Recurring Contracts. Because you are responsible to service those contracts through the end of the month, you will not reduce the number of contracts by ¬Ω until next month so make a note of it.

For the increase (double) the number of recurring contracts, calculate the amount and add that number to the new contracts line on the P&L under the Income section “# Of New Recurring Contracts.” This number will be added to the current recurring contacts to determine the total number of recurring contracts for the month (double current).

Simply add 6 new contracts on the P&L under the Income section “# Of New Recurring Contracts.” This number will be added to the current recurring contacts to determine the total number of recurring contracts for the month. Make sure to make a note to repeat this action for three months along with the other activities that come up in the following months.

Well, that is cool. You’re growing! That is great news. Growth costs however. So, you need to find Marketing under Expenses on the P&L and double the cost for this month only. In addition to whatever else is happening the next three months, you get to add 8 new contracts this month, 5 next month and 2 the third month. To record those increases, find the # Of New Recurring Contracts section on the P&L under Income. These new contracts will be added to the then current recurring contacts to determine the total number of recurring contracts for that month.

You’re growing! That is great news. Growth costs however. So, you need to find Marketing under Expenses on the P&L and double the cost for this month only. You also get to roll one die each of the next three months (in addition to whatever else is happening in those months) and add the resulting number on the die in new contracts on the P&L under the Income section “# Of New Recurring Contracts.” This number will be added to the current recurring contacts to determine the total number of recurring contracts for the month.

Simply add 10 new contracts on the P&L under the Income section “# Of New Recurring Contracts.” This number will be added to the current recurring contacts to determine the total number of recurring contracts for the month. Make sure to make a note to repeat this action for six months along with the other activities that come up in the following months.

Roll one die and subtract (enter as a negative or calculate with other activities appropriately) that number of contracts on the P&L under the Income section “# Of New Recurring Contracts.” This number will be subtracted from the current recurring contacts to determine the total number of recurring contracts for the month.

Eat your greens! Calculate 10% of your current recurring contacts and subtract (enter as a negative or calculate with other activities appropriately) that number of contracts on the P&L under the Income section “# Of New Recurring Contracts.” This number will be subtracted from the current recurring contacts to determine the total number of recurring contracts for the month. When calculating the 10%, simply round to the nearest whole number.

Well, the good news is that you are not going to pay him next month, right? And you do get a sales card so look on the bright side! You’re in business! You do not need to adjust your labor because you actually reduced your salary when you hired him so you could get some time at home with your family. Good choice to get some time and to fire quickly but you need to hire more slowly next time. But, you do need to double your marketing expense for this month. To do this, find Marketing on the P&L under Expenses and double it for this month.

The packing peanuts bin was recently moved so that was a very good thing for the staff member that fell. You also recently changed peanut types to a water soluable type which also increased the "bounce" factor beyond the incident. For the impact to your business, you get to double your existing recurring contracts this month so that is pretty easy. Just take the number that you had last month and put that number in the spot for new recurring contracts for this month. For the next two months, you start the monthly calculations by determining 10% of the recurring contracts and adding that to whatever other increases (or decreases) you experience for the month.

Well, it doesn't last long but at least you get to enjoy some positive results out of otherwise odd things we business owners experience with staffing. To record the increases, simple calculate the 15% increase each of the next three months as you begin those months and use those additions in conjunction with other positive (or negative) factors that happen during those months.

This is a big deal! You move up to "growth" to calculate your recuring contract value monthly for the rest of the game (year). Additionally, you get to enjoy an increase of 10% in monthly recurring contracts in conjunction with whatever other positive (or negative) business factors that you face monthly. Record this increase in recurring contracts by calculating 10% of your existing customer count and adding that to the "new recurring contracts" for the current month.

Great job leading and taking care of your staff! Calculate the 5% increase of your existing recurring contacts and enter the resulting value in the "new recurring contracts" section of the P&L statement each month for the rest of the year. Add this addition to whatever else happens each month.

Every business owner or HR professional dreams of a web-based HR platform like www.eValueMe.com. Calculate the 22% increase of your existing recurring contacts and enter the resulting value in the "new recurring contracts" section of the P&L statement each month for the rest of the year. Add this addition to whatever else happens each month.