Monday, August 15, 2011

NEW SLABS FOR PERFORMANCE BONUS



 PERFORMANCE BONUS
  
 
B.V.Difference Bonus
*5000 to 9999 10.0%
10,000 to 19,999 11.5%
20,000 to 39,999 13.0%
40,000 to 69,999 15.0%
70,000 to 1, 14,999 17.0%
1, 15,000 to 1, 69,999 19.0%
1, 70,000 to 2, 59,999 21.0%
2, 60,000 to 3, 49,999 23.0%
3, 50,000 & above 25.0%
  
  
 
    * The distributors who are below the slab of 5000 and are purchasing, will also be given 10% performance bonus on their Purchase B.V. & will be deducted on difference basis from the amount which will be earned on achieving 5000 to 9999 slab. *Note:-performance bonus will be given to only those distributors who have their own purchase in the same month. Bonus is calculated on the basis of total b.v. of your group. You get net bonus after deducting the bonus of your down line groups. This can be understood by these hypothetical examples.
  
 
Example 1
Position of Business 
Total Business8,000 B.V.
A Leg Joining2,000 B.V.
A Leg Purchase2,000 B.V.
B Leg Joining2,000 B.V.
B Leg Purchase1,000 B.V.
Purchase By Self1,000 B.V.
Calculation of Bonus 
Total Group’s Bonus8,000 x 10%=800
Deduct Purchase of A Leg2,000 x 10.0%=(-)200
Deduct Purchase of B Leg1,000 x 10.0%=(-)100
Net BonusRs. 500
  
 
 
Example 2
Position of Business 
Total Business1,72,000 B.V.
A Leg1,10,000 B.V.
B Leg60,000 B.V.
Purchase By Self2,000 B.V.
Calculation of Bonus 
Total Group’s Bonus1,72,000 x 21%=36,120
Deduct Purchase of A Leg1,10,000 x 17.0%=(-)18,700
Deduct Purchase of B Leg60,000 x 15.0%=(-)9,000
Net BonusRs. 8,420
  
  
  
  
  

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