Then broken down on a monthly basis to show how the

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then broken down on a monthly basis to show how the expenses affect the sales on a smaller scale. The payroll consists of four departments; director, manager, technician, and customer care specialist. The director’s annual pay is summed up to $80,000 while the manager’s payroll is $50,000. The technician’s salary follows at $40,000 and finally payroll ends at the customer care specialist at $40,000. The total for the annual payroll is $200,000. The rent is a fixed expense throughout the year, which consists of building, servers, and cellular tower rental. The building rental is fixed at $10,000 a month, the server rental is fixed at $8,500 a month, and the cell tower rental is fixed at $15,000 a month. Utilities and maintenance and repairs are also covered under the annual budget. The utilities include electricity, gas, and telephone charges at a total of $57,695 while the maintenance and repairs consist of building and software infrastructure maintenance with an annual budget of $90,500. Finally, advertising is included with an annual budget of $50,000. With all the expenses added up, the company is at a deficit of $195.00. The company is capable of breaking even if the payroll is reduced by a small percentage or even by reducing their electricity usage. They see deficits mainly in the months with 30 days or less, the biggest deficit showing in the month of February due to lowest number of days in the month. The
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Individual Project 1 4 months where there is surplus make up for most of the deficiency, but it is projected that the business will lose a little money by the end of the year.
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