Budget Automation tool use example

The best way to learn about creating and configuring the Budget Automation tool is through a specific example.

Let's imagine a small business that produces and applies labels to T-shirts, and sells its products on its own internet-store. The business was founded by two founders (owning 40% and 60% of the shares) of the legal body LLC "LablePrint". They are the director and web-master. The company also plans to hire a thermo-press machine operator and a courier.

The founders have decided that the main revenue from the sale of the products should be distributed in the following way:
  • 50% - for expenses articles (buying T-shirts and materials, paying for various services, fees to support the online-store operation);
  • 30% - to pay for the work done by personnel;
  • 20% - revenue that will enter the founders' dividends, and when necessary, will be used to cover unforeseen expenses.

Besides, additional revenue from selling links and advertising on the website will be spent entirely on its advertising and promotion.

Part of the revenue will be transferred to the company's operating account (payment of salaries, dividends, taxes, and etc.).

The founders hope to increase the company's revenue several months after the launch of the project by involving capital of other WebMoney participants.

The "LabelPrint" Budget automation tool is created by one of the founders, who has a Personal passport and who fulfills the duties of Director at LLC LablePrint.

The following step-by-step instructions will demonstrate how to create a Budget automation tool and configure it for full-fledged operation of LLC "LablePrint".

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