| Tuesday, August 5, 2008 - 07:45 am |
Doe's any one know what is profit trnsfer pct means?The target is on 100%,doe's that mean the profit from state corporations transfer target of 100% of there sales goe's towards to country cash available or doe's it go towards there corporations cash available.Can you explain to me how it work's to make profit to increase country cash available please thanks.I don't know what happen if i put the profit target down to 0% profit transfer from the state corporations.thanks again.
| Tuesday, August 5, 2008 - 09:04 am |
The profit TRANSFER % means that they will transfer that % of their profit to the country.
You should allow them to keep some of their profit so they can buy supplies without taking out loans, which they will do automatically when they run out of money. A state corporation will automatically transfer anything above 50 Billion anyways.
A setting of 50% is about right, and sometimes even that is not enough. I have mine set at 30% and never a loan in the bunch.
You can give them some money.
Links are : Corporations: PRofit debt and loans.
At the bottum of the screen, put in the amuont you want to transfer, or you can transfer only into those companies that need it by setting the number into each one individually.
| Tuesday, August 5, 2008 - 10:26 am |
Thanks for the answers.now i know how it works.To make money you need between 50% to 100% from the state corporations to make money to raise the cash available for the country and some to the state corporations aswell to stay out of the debt.thanks.
| Tuesday, August 5, 2008 - 09:10 pm |
Don't overlook what Noproblem said about the corporations going into debt. It would be wise to set profit transfer to 30%-50%. Your state corps will lose money, take loans, and close down if you set profit transfer above 50%, UNLESS, you transfer cash back into them like he also explained. With a new country and new corps it is best to have a lower profit transfer while your corps develop, you should start with 50%, and when your corps become very valuable and are doing well try experimenting and raising it some.
FYI, tax affects the private corps in your country and you want to get that tax as low as possible and invite private corps to your country, they are really good money makers and you don't have to maintain them.
| Tuesday, August 5, 2008 - 10:20 pm |
Since the only state corps that I have are ones that I haven't transferred to my CEO yet, I keep the transfer at 0%.
Also, once a corporation's cash reaches the $75B range, it starts paying a dividend.
In my CEOs, in emergency situations, I can always lower the cash position to buy GC.
Having all of that cash on hand for the corp keeps them out of debt. I hate to see those red screens telling me that salaries have been lowered.