Pellet, Jennifer
January 2006
NAFE Magazine;Winter2006, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p8
This article offers a number of tips for organizing the salary structure of the business. There are three factors that the business must consider in making a salary decision. Living expenses, financial situations, and comfort level with drawing on personal savings all come into play when determining salary needs. The salary structure will also evolve the business. As the business evolves, cash flow models and capital can change.


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