**a9fc8yt3kd1 (Fearless Blue)** | Wednesday, March 14, 2012 - 07:49 pm Look on the corporation page to find your corporation's net monthly profits, and then find the profit transfer percentage which you have set for your corporations. Convert the percentage to a decimal, and multiply your corporation's profits thereby. This will tell you the total amount of money which your corporation has transferred to all of it's shareholders the previous month. Next, divide that amount of money by the total number of shares in your corporation, (You can find that number on the corporation page). This will tell you how much money each shareholder receives per share. Lastly, multiply that amount by the number of shares which your country owns in that particular corporation. This will tell you how much that corporation has transferred to you specifically in the previous month. To find the average amount of money your corporation transfers to you each month, you can repeat this process each month for several months, add the total amounts of money from each month together, and then divide by the number of months. This will tell you approximately how much money you are likely to receive from that corporation over a given period of time in the future. Sorry, I don't think there is a way to find the answer your looking for directly. You'll just have to do the math. |