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month of June, 10 percent increase from previous sales. For the months July to December, record the same sales every month. Table 3 Projected Monthly Revenue Name of Business April May June March Month January February Revenue July August September October November December Month Revenue

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revenue, te is not the fnal amount of proft or Income an entrepreneur wit got at ths
end of every perlod. Take note that the amount of net revenue is stit subjected to the
expenses incurred in the operation of business.
What’s More
After learning the calculations presented, you can now compute the
projected revenue by day, month and year based on your business concept.
Aling Minda is operating a buy and sell business, she sells broomsticks
(walis tingting) in her stall at a local market. She gets her broomsticks from a local
supplier for 25 pesos each. She then adds 50 percent mark-up on each broomstick.
Every day, aling Minda can sell 30 broomsticks a day.
Use the template below and fill in the necessary figures based on the
scenario. Remember to use the factors to consider in projecting revenues and refer
to tables 1, 2 and 3 as your guide.
Table 1
Projected Daily Revenue
Projected
Cost
Projected
Volume
Mark-up
Selling
Revenue
per
(D)
Price
Merchandise/
Unit
Average No.
(E)
(B)
(C)
Products
(A)
of Items
Sold (Daily)
(Daily)
(B)= (A x
(A)
(C)= (A+B)
(D)
(E) =(C x D)
.50)
Total Transcribed Image Text: Use the calculations you have made in Table 1 to successfully complete
the information in Tables 2 and 3 and calculate the projected monthly and yearly
Table 2
Projected Monthly and Yearly Revenue
Projected
Projecte
Projected
Selling
Volume
d.
Volume
Projected
Merchandise/
Price
Average No.
Revenue Average No, of
Revenue
of Items Sold
Products
Items Sold
(Monthly)
(Monthly)
(Yearly)
(Yearly)
(C)=
F= (D x 30
(A+B)
days)
G= (C x F) H= (D x 365 days)
I= (C x H)
Total
For Table 3, use the following assumed increases in sales every month.
From January to May, 5 percent increase from previous sales. For the month of
June, 10 percent increase from previous sales. For the months July to December,
record the same sales every month.
Table 3
Projected Monthly Revenue