| Saturday, October 4, 2014 - 10:33 pm |
Whats a good way to get my income going and get out of debt with out shrinking my military ( not a whole lot)
| Sunday, October 5, 2014 - 12:30 am |
More Corporations and an Enterprise if you don't have one. If you do, a second Enterprise. If you have two then more Enterprises on different worlds.
Then play musical chairs with your cash to where it is needed.
| Sunday, October 5, 2014 - 04:50 am |
Sooo.... how do I edit the Enterprise to make cash ?
| Sunday, October 5, 2014 - 05:01 am |
nm I started building corps hope I get some good Eco out of these lol any tips to pick the right products?
| Sunday, October 5, 2014 - 05:17 am |
When you go to build a Corporation, build ones that have a Market deficit that is somewhat consistent. Click the product names to open their details and click the graphics, next to the data points, to see a little over a years worth of history.
| Sunday, October 5, 2014 - 12:05 pm |
Also, a high welfare index helps a lot in making your corporations very profitable.
this means good education, health and transportation, high employment and good salaries.
countries can become very profitable and financing your army will be easier.
| Sunday, October 5, 2014 - 11:43 pm |
Btw Andy, how's the Status of reinserting the welfare info into the docs?
| Monday, October 6, 2014 - 01:36 am |
hmm so how does Enterprise give you income I mean How does my countries benefit from it
| Monday, October 6, 2014 - 04:00 am |
Enterprise is independent of Country. Its upkeep costs are minimal by comparison. You simply build profitable Corporations with it. Thus you can generate a decent income quick to help support your expenses.
After your first 10 corporations, you can build 6 per PC country and you can build 20 in each of your own countries.
Secondly an Enterprise can invest in stocks and the dividends received goes right to the SC$ balance. There is no Country Investment fund limitations for them.
| Tuesday, October 7, 2014 - 02:17 am |
So now I have a few corporations and now I'm loosing employees and money so how do I dig my self out of this hole?
| Tuesday, October 7, 2014 - 06:10 am |
The first 10 must be built in C3 Countries, after that you look for countries with PC Presidents. After 40 game months you can move your first 10. Ideally you want Premium PC Presidents for the stability, however you want primarily high welfare and low tax countries that can support your employment needs. If you are impatient, there is always Roving Eye's countries generally low tax. You also have to upgrade your Corps, mine do it automatically via the settings. It does take some time, but you should be able to afford the deficit with your start-up Enterprise cash. When you can, move corporations whose employment drops from 100% or bump the Salary up if the country is not losing its PC President. On salary, if country is losing a President a higher salary will not really benefit you, they be losing Population. For me, I simply move the Corp if I figure it pointless to play with salary. In a country without a PC President you are likely losing employees because a new corp is coming in and the country lacks the employees to fill everyone. Can't be helped. Hence PC countries tend to be better in that regard, but not always.
Just keep building new corporations that have consistent trade deficits. The income will eventually follow. I usually take a break and let my income adjust after about 15-20 new corporations in a new Enterprise. That way I don't have to kick much, if any, cash to it. Then I build a few more. You will have to gauge what is sustainable for you. Figure about 40-45 billion SC$ start-up cash per corporation. I don't remember exact numbers there, but you will see it in your finances. New corps do cost money and so does the wait for them to be profitable. It will take a little time, but you will be making decent cash pretty quick.
A note on bumping salaries. I usually do about 20-30% higher than the PC President if I am forced to bump it. They generally have one salary and multiple Corps. That should suffice. At other times when the President has a 400+ salary I look for 2-3 Enterprise owned corporations with close salaries and do 20-30 higher. I generally never go above 350-375%. If I have to, I just move the corp or let it sit and not bother with it. Except Air Transport. Those I peg to about 450%, because they cannot be moved.
A note on loans. In the beginning, I let Corps get to about 90 billion SC$ in loans before I took steps and closed them down. However now, I just simply close them. I don't normally close corps unless they are in debt or about to go in debt. Your private Corps will suck your cash before going in debt, especially new ones. I generally ignore them in the beginning.
I have probably forgot a bunch of things...
| Friday, October 10, 2014 - 11:35 pm |
Lol I dont even know how to adjust salaries
| Friday, October 10, 2014 - 11:38 pm |
Cool I made a few with 300 see if that works
| Monday, October 13, 2014 - 04:44 pm |
In a Corporation page click employees and then salary level. Ensure 'Set Target Salary Index:' is selected and to the right type in the new value. Then click 'Change Salary'.
| Saturday, October 18, 2014 - 04:45 am |
yea I had got it and am now no longer in debt very nice advice and I thank you
| Saturday, October 18, 2014 - 06:16 pm |
Glad I could help. Welcome.