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Companies Are Designed To Share Profits

Published on 2/15/2016
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The essential purpose of a company is to make a profit, so therefore, companies are designed to share profitsare YOU positioned to receive some of those profits?!

Successful companies provide products and/or services that are valued more highly than the costs involved, and that surplus is the gross profit.

Gross profit can (and should) be utilized in a number of ways including:

    • Research and development

    • Market expansion

    • Community involvement

    • Incentives to its investors and partners

    • Collecting and transferring taxes and fees

Accounting practices require that there be a balancing of the liabilities (costs) and assets (revenue).  The lower the cost structure relative to the revenue stream, the greater the cash flow; cash flow is operating capital.


How can people position themselves to receive some of the profits a company generates?


    • Investor

    • Supplier

    • Revenue generator

Operating capital has to come from somewhere, and this is usually the role of investors. Those that provide cash for covering operating costs deserve to be rewarded by receiving some of the profits.


Suppliers provide the goods and services the company needs in its efforts to produce its own product/service offering.  Those vendors certainly need to be paid.

What about the revenue generators?  Those are the sales and marketing forces. The traditional approach is to have employees that do this work for salary (could be an hourly pay rate) and bonus.  And sometimes there are outside advertising agencies and independent representative.  A good example is how many insurance and real estate companies operate through brokers (general agents) and agents.

That example of insurance and real estate brokers and agents is closely akin to the affiliate agreements that many companies are now turning to as a way of incentivizing their revenue generators (could be YOU).  Even giants like Google (AdSense) and Amazon share their profits with revenue generators.

When you look at some of your own personal essential services it might benefit you to see if you can turn a basic household bill into an additional paycheck (move an item on your personal balance sheet from being an expense to being a source of revenue ... a profit center).  Click HERE to see how easily that can be accomplished.

Since companies are going to share their profits with someone, why not let it include YOU?!

By the way, the unique value proposition that is allowing our program to experience amazing growth is YOU + 3 = FREE; the company devotes 25% of its profits to this offer that allows our customers to easily earn free wireless service.  The company is delighted to provide this additional benefit to our customers instead of spending it on traditional advertising media.  The national wireless giants are spending millions on advertising, yet THEY do not offer a way for your to get free service, do they?  Get competitive rates with NO contract and then see how simple and quickly you can earn free wireless service too!

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