Example budget*



Monthly (Apr-Mar)

Total (12 months)

Days worked

20

240

Total income from labour

$9,600

$115,200

Materials charged out

$2,520

$30,240

Total sales

$12,120

$145,440


Franchise royalty costs

$820

$9,840

Advertising levy

$130

$1,560

Homebase/Xero

$87

$1,044

ACC (Est.)

$100

$1,200

Insurance (Est.)

$235

$2,820

Telephone/Internet (Est.)

$120

$1,440

Petrol (Est.)

$320

$3,840

Tools (Est.)

$100

$1,200

Vehicle R & M (Est.)

$150

$1,800

Total costs

$2,062

$24,744


Cost of materials

$1,728

$20,736


Operating surplus before depreciation, drawings, tax

$8,330

$99,960

*Assumes owner operator is working a 40 hour week.

 

Disclaimer:

This budget is for information purposes only and is not an investment advice or a recommendation to invest in a Hire A Hubby franchise business and has been prepared without taking into account the objectives, financial situation, abilities or needs of prospective franchisees.

This budget does not contain all of the information that a prospective franchisee may expect or require in order to make an informed decision as to whether to invest in a Hire A Hubby franchise business and the franchise business will be subject to the usual terms stipulated by Hire A Hubby. Any prospective franchisee must rely on their own investigations and professional advice in relation to the opportunity set out in this this spread sheet and the suitability of an investment in a Hire A Hubby franchise business to the prospective franchisee’s circumstances.

This budget contains forward looking statements which, by their very nature, are subject to risks, uncertainties and contingencies, many of which are outside the control of Hire A Hubby. Hire a Hubby has made assumptions in preparing this calculator and those assumptions may prove to be materially incorrect. Actual results may vary from forecasts and any variation may be materially positive or negative. Hire A Hubby accepts no responsibility for any errors or omissions in this calculator and all liability in respect of the same (including in tort and contract and, to the extent permitted by law, in relation to statutory duties) is disclaimed and excluded.