Grab your tone _ After you have an outline and a good idea for what you want to do, it's time to figure out your tone and concept. This step helps you figure out your color scheme, your typography, your images and in some cases, your flow. Mash it all together _ It's time to put it all together as you now have everything you need. Your plan or outline helps you figure out exactly what you will present, your template gives you the organization you need to flow through the presentation beautifully, and your tone gives you the guidance for design you need including everything from typography to color scheme to images.
In the Personnel Expense Budget Section include the salaries for the following: o Office Personnel o Store Personnel o Sales People o Other personnel necessary in the operations. Ideally, you budget expenses for a quarter in the personnel expense budget. This is for the first three months of operations where you are not expecting profits to come in as yet. You may have receivables during the first few months of operations but they may need to be earmarked for other operating expenses and thus your budget needs to be sufficient for the first quarter. Even if you are budgeting for the year and is already in full operations budgeting for three months is still a good rule of thumb. If you are already comfortable with your budgeting and timing of receivables, only then can you budget two months for personnel expense budget.