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Consider getting legal advice when drawing up your standard terms and conditions. Both parties should agree on what the contract will cover. Get the contract written drawn up and signed by both parties. You should have a contract that protect your interest and that shifts legal responsibility for any problems to supplier. The contract should protect the company's interests and that shifts legal responsibility for any problems to the supplier. Consider including any dispute resolution or exit procedures that must be followed if either party is dissatisfied with the relationship or wants to end the contract. The contract with drink of 2,000 per months is too small and they should renegotiate with the supplier to have a lower price because they will order more quantity. For example they could suggest to buy 4,000 drinks per month to reduce the cost like $0,30 per drink. c. Explain your reasons for the necessary adjustments made to the budget for the second, 3rd and 4th quarters of next year. The budget for quarter 2, 3 and 4 was changed based on the actual result from quarter 1. The higher COGS from quarter 1 has been shown in the budget for the rest of the year. The new budget is more conservative to avoid any bad the surprises later in the year. To build some flexibility into your budgeting and revenue forecasting processes. One way to do this is to replace static budgeting with rolling budgeting and rolling forecasting. This will enable you to make changes to your budget that reflect the changes that have occurred in your assumptions and the actual financial results that have occurred, while still tracking long-term revenue targets and objectives
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