There are 2 categories of EXPENSES in Budgeto:


Employees: This is where you'll forecast your salaries of all employees. An employee is a person who is hired to provide services to a company on a regular basis in exchange for compensation and who does not provide these services as part of an independent business.


Expenses: This is where you'll forecast all the other expenses that are not directly related to your product sold.  An expense is a cost that is paid in exchange for goods or services. The purchase of a capital asset such as a building or equipment is not an expense.


How to fill the EMPLOYEE section:

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1- JOB TITLE: This is the position held by each employee.  For example: president, assistants, accountants, programmers, sales representative, etc. 

2- NAME: This is the full name of each employee, If you do not have this information, you can write, "Employee 1,” "Employee 2,” etc.

3- MONTH OF HIRING: This is the first month of work of the employee. 

4- EMPLOYER'S CONTRIBUTION: This is the % of social charges payable to the Government on top of each employee's salary.  Use the Employer Contribution menu (5) to change the value if needed (for example, in the case of a shareholder of the company)

5- EMPLOYER CONTRIBUTION MENU: To change the % of social charges.

6- HYPOTHESIS: This space is intended to write useful information about the EMPLOYEE.  This information will be available to all of whom you share your budget with.  Note that when you export your budget, this information will not be available in the PDF and the Excel.  




7- ANNUAL SALARY: This is the annual salary of the employee.  If you use this option, the Manual Planning schedule (8) will fill automatically. 

8- MANUAL PLANNING: You can manage the salary schedule manually. If you use this option, the Annual Salary (7) will fill automatically.

9- SAVE: To save the entry. 






How to fill the EXPENSES section:

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At your first visit, your expenses page will be empty, 


1- ADD: This is where you Add a new expense.  Check the PDF (scroll all the way down) for all the expenses available by default in Budgeto.


2- CATEGORY: This is the list of categories of expenses available. You can manage categories using the Expenses Categories (11) option. 

    EXPENSE: This is the list of expenses for each category.  You can manage expense using the Expenses Categories (11) option.

3- COMMENT: This is a filed to insert a comment for each expense. This field is optional.

4- AMOUNT: This is the total amount of each expense for the chosen frequency. 

5- FREQUENCY: This is the frequency of occurrence of each expense

6- STARTING IN: This is the first month of occurrence of each expense

7- PAYMENT TERM: This is the number of days you have to pay your suppliers after receiving goods or services. 

8- TAXABLE: Check this box if you can get a refund for the sales tax paid when buying goods or services. 

9- HYPOTHESIS:  This space is intended to write useful information about the product.  This information will be available to all of whom you share your budget with.  Note that when you export your budget, this information will not be available in the PDF and the Excel.  

10- PLANNING: If you want to manage your schedule manually.  Note that if you change 1 value at 4, 5 or 6, the schedule will erase the amount you input manually.  

11- EXPENSES CATEGORIES: This will bring you the Expenses Category menu. See article How to add new categories and How to add new expenses? 

12- SAVE: To save the entry