It depends how sucessful your business is but you earn up to £85000 maximum a month.
The activity of the business is what generates money for the business and the owner will want to maximize income.
To make more money
who invest money in the business is called owner.
Its called capital
Money put into a business of firm by the owner, A good example is Business capital. Hope it helped. :)
Yes, if the business owner's estimated tax payments were more than the business actually owed.
The average monthly cost of home owner's insurance is aproximately $250,000 a month.
Adequate working capital is when the owner of the business has money to run the business on a day to day basis.Inadequate working capital means that the owner of the business has no money to run the business on a day to day basis and will therefore force the owner of the business to go in for an overdraft.
Of course you do.
giving them money:)
Capital is item which is contributed by owner towards business and drawing is item which is received by owner from business or take out money from business so as when owner provide money to business increase capital the same way taking out money simply reduce that capital amount that';s why drawing directly credited to capital to show the net capital asset of owner in business.
Equity in balance sheet is that account in which owner has invested money in business and business is liable to it's owner to return.
If the withdrawer is not the owner of the business, it would be classed as a loan.If the owner of the business was withdrawing the money, it is classed as drawings.
Depends on the Restaruant size, and amount of business you receive. So around $50,000 - $120,000
According to Salary.com, the average income of a small business owner as of 2006 was $233,600.
Leasing a business is paying each month to effectively be the owner and manager of an already existing company. The profit stays with you, but a portion goes to the true owner.