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  • £100 - £250

    5 7.58%
  • £250 - £500

    8 12.12%
  • £500 - £1000

    5 7.58%
  • £1000 - £2500

    9 13.64%
  • £2500 - £5000

    18 27.27%
  • £5000 - £10000

    8 12.12%
  • £10000 - £20000

    4 6.06%
  • £20000 - £50000

    3 4.55%
  • £50000 - £100000

    0 0%
  • £100000+

    6 9.09%
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    spoons
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    Default Best Monthly Bonus Payout

    We've had threads on Annual Salaries and stuff, but what was the most money you've ever earned in a single month in your career?

    I bet there are some real good payouts occassionally with share dividends, sales bonus, company bonus, targets, one-off trade job, cash in hand etc. etc.

    So have you had a good payout at any time in your career DOESNT INCLUDE PROPERTY SALE OR INHERITANCE ETC, just salaries

    If you dont want to be specific, add to the attached poll.

    I bet some payouts have been good
    Last edited by spoons; 30th August 2011 at 13:53.

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    just get a bonus once a year. worth 7% of my annual salary plus my monthly salary as well.

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    ha ha

    bonus

    dont think my place knows what they are, even though we exceed target every year

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    Need to put this into perspective
    I don't get paid a salary, all pay is by way of company performance
    I have to pay voluntary National Insurance, otherwise I wouldn't be paying any

    Best I have had is 10% increase in sales in 1997, when it went from £0 to £85,000 in three months (due to regional acquisitions)
    HR tried to claw it back, and told them where to go

    The last salary I had (as an employee) was in 1994, all income since then has been by other methods (shares, dividends, etc)

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    As long as we meet the NPS score (Network Promotor Score) i get 10% of my salary on top of my salary as big knox says

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    my last bonus was £5k less the tax in the Royal Navy.

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    I pay my employees an average of 10% of their 6 months average invoicing. 20% if I think they've done extra well

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    My last big bonus got raped royally by HMRC !! Shocking , truely shocking !!


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    Considering im only a dirty student i think ive done well to be in the 4th category.

    And no I havent been living off any of your hard earned taxes before any of that starts

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    I work for the NHS, so having a job is the biggest bonus i get!!

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