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    Willit  
    Your True Value has never been more clear  
     
    Real Money - Backed by the Will of The People
   
    BENEFITS  
      1 Willits calculate an individual's energy output and ensures fair compensation regardless of nationality, race, or gender.
    2 You can never lose Willits nor have them stolen from you.  
      3 Willits never deflate or inflate in value and ensures price stability for all products: Groceries, gas, clothing, luxury goods, and services.  
      4 Willits are naturally produced and only exist as long as you do. Thus, wealth concentration and unfair advantage is prevented.  
    5 Willits are backed by your energy output and the energy output of all members of society, and cannot be arbitrarily created and distributed, and thus ends fiat money.  
      6 Willits have an auditable trail to ensure accurate accounting and reporting on the true state of our economic output and efficiencies.  
      7 Not taxable!!! All the Standard Needs of society, including the needs for administration and governance are provided by the People through Standard Needs Agreements; therefore, no taxes will ever be requested of you.
The Willits you earn are yours to use as you please.
 
      8 Prevents slave labor, wage slaves, and unfair trade practices.  
           
      Complete the form below to determine the true value of your labor.      
      Then, select "UPDATE" to view your true compensation rate.    
         
  STEPS   Today's Date:    
 
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  Date of Birth    
    Current Age:    
 
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  Life Span Expectancy / Productive Age / or Retirement Age        
         
    Potential Life Force: Will / Power / Energy - in minutes    
    Minutes in days Days - used to date    
    Minutes - used to date      
             
    Days in Year Estimated Remaining years (productivity)      
    365 Estimated Remaining minutes          
    AAAAAAAAAAAA      
 
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  Estimate of Willit energy to be used for production     Does not include Travel Time (See: Step 8)  
   
Weekly Hours     Max. 32 to 40 hours total (See: Step 9 - for Over- to Time)  
 
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Minutes     CALIBRATION POINT LEVELS (CPL)
    Total Production Minutes:      
          Work Hardship Level  
 
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  Work Hardship Level (also consider desirability of the position - See Step 10) CPL: Level 1 to 15     Easy Labor Medium Labor Normal Labor Hard Labor Hazard Pay    
   
    1 5 8 12 15    
          WHL to be set by member vote of independent labor unions and guilds for each industry
    Select Knowledge/Skill Level or Task Level:        
 
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  Knowledge / Skill Level of Member CPL: Level 1 to 35     Education Range or Skill Equivalency Bachelors Masters Ph.D. CMS  
   
    Elementary Pre Junior High Junior High Advanced College College 2 College 3 Production
    OR     Level 1-3 Level 4-6 Level 7-9 Level 10-12 Level 13-16 Level 17-20 Level 21-24 Level 25-35
          Standards for certification to be set by production and service Units, education institutes, unions/guilds, and parents Local to 26 CMS
  5b   Task - Level CPL: Level 6 to 26     Task Level   Expert   State to 28 CMS
   
    General Specific Technical Advanced Mastery Master Work   Nation to 32 CMS
          Level 6-8 Level 9-11 Level 12-15 Level 16-19 Level 20-23 Level 24-26   Global to 35 CMS
           
 
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  Hierarchy CPL: Level 8 to 1     Hierarchy  
   
    Student Apprentice Staff Member Supervisor Manager Director Executive President  
    View Hierarchy Standards, go to tab: "Hierarchy Status CPL"     8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1  
           
    If, Level 5.9 through Level 1.0, select:       How many people do you directly supervise?      
      Resources or Units under your direct supervision       up to 10 11 to 20 21 to 30 31 to 40 41 to 50 51 to 60 61 to 70 71 to 80 81 or more
 
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  No. of Direct Supervisees      
 
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  Supervision Percentage:        
    Supervision CPL:       Vote required    
                 
  Willits   Compensation Rate (Base / BEE)  
    Your Willit Compensation - Based on Production Minutes:     Base Compensation Rate (BCR) - The Maximum Compensation Standard  
      Hourly Rate:      
      Per Minute Rate:      
    Additional Benefits & Compensation (ABC):      
  Weekly   Weekly Rate w/ ABC     Total Min Total Hours  
      Hourly Rate:      
      Per Minute Rate:      
  Option SD   Shift Differential: Evenings, Weekends, and Holidays CPL: 1 to 2     Shift Standard Evenings Overnight Weekends Holidays  
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    0 1 1.5 2 1.5 2  
    Willits Compensation with Shift Differential:      
    Hourly Rate:      
    Per Minute Rate:      
      Supervisory Benefits:     From Step 6b - c  
  8 of 13   Travel Compensation:     Travel Rate Days Worked Travel Days
    Days Worked
      50% 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
      Travel Time Minutes        
      Travel Allowance: 45-minutes to or from work per day ( 1.5-hours per work day)          
  9 of 13   Over-time Minutes:     Overtime Time Standard OT Holidays    
      OT - Rate
    0 1.5 2    
      Hours
         
      Minutes
         
      Total OT Minutes          
                   
  Annual   Annual Wage - Weekly Rate x 52 weeks:     Based on Base Compensation Rate  
        with Max. Performance Bonus:     Bonuses are included in Lifetime Maximum Compensation Calculation  
        Weekly Rate with: ABC ( x ) 52 weeks:        
  Link         Tax Grant to be issued to Governance Solos see RP-Tax Grant
                 
  ESAO   Economic and Social Adjustment Options - CPL
  PVHD   Differential: Perceived Value and High Demand     "Perceived Value" is an optional factor for those who request compensation above the standard base rate. The High Demand "premium factor" is declared by a nation. If one feels they should be compensated to a higher degree, one can, when submitting their skills for employment consideration demand a higher rate. Nonstandard rate request can be honored by the Global Compensation and Transaction Administration - upon National Acceptance (just as for CMS) either per individual case or Class Action. And simply means one reaches their earning caps and thus retirement earlier than others.  
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    Annual Willits Compensation with Shift Differential:      
    Hourly Rate:      
               
  RCPRI   Resource Conservation and Population Reduction Incentive    
  11 of 13   Conservation Incentive Select: Yes or No
    With various System Core components, we will be able to detect when resource requirements are insufficient to meet the needs of the population. If required, a nation can enact the conservation incentives.
        Percentage Increase or decrease   * Population Reduction Incentive percentage will be enacted by national vote, with a percentage range of: 0% to 100%.
      Annual Wage - Weekly Rate x 52 weeks:   * Resource Conservation will use a negative percentage range from:(-1%) to (-65%), and be enacted by national vote.
        with Max. Performance Bonus:     Non-punishment, benefit based incentives for population reduction.
        Weekly Rate with: ABC ( x ) 52 weeks:     The population reduction incentive is issued to households and individual who refrain from having children.
             
               
         
               
    BONUSES - Standard Needs Earned Equity          
    At the end of the production quarters, bonuses are allotted (not included in the BEE (Basic Energy Expense) calculation for the cost of goods).  
    If all needs are met within the quarter and there is "minimal" waste, quarterly bonuses are distributed (Standard Needs Agreement required).  
       
    Your quarterly bonus calculation:      
    Quarterly Bonus = Quarterly Earnings X (Good Will Points + Production Efficiency Points). Bonuses are held in escrow for any citizens with an active complaint against them within the bonus quarter, and may not be issued if the complaint is confirmed as legitimate.  
     
    Bonus Percentage   Promoting Good Health and Social Interaction  
    5 Points Possible     Healthy Weight Disease Free Drug Free Social Phit Continuing Education Total  
  12 of 13 1 GOOD WILL - iAmwe    
 
          Health System Health System Health System Justice System Education System  
         
      15 Points Possible   pos Score: I-Act Production and Distribution Systems  
  13 of 13 2 Production Efficiency   4
Top performer designation  
      20 Bonus Points Possible   3
Efficient (Work, was completed on time and within standard energy investment criteria)  
    Total Applicable Points:   3
Attendance and On time  
          2
Report Accuracy  
    Quarterly Wage:   2
Made recommendations for production efficiencies and/or safety standards improvement  
      Possible to achieve 20% wage rate bonus   1
Completion of Work Relations Questionnaire (Rate Supervisors and Coworkers)  
    Quarterly Bonus:      
    Weekly Bonus for PWAS:  
   
    View your Maximum Lifetime Willit Distribution based on your current calculation. Select The Maximum Compensation Tab  
   
      Bonus Dates     Quarter 1 Quarter 2 Quarter 3 Quarter 4  
          January April July October  
          February May August November  
          March June September December  
      Month End Closing   Last day Last day Last day Last day  
    Performance Review Deadline   April 7th July 7th October 7th January 7th  
    Bonus Awarded     April 14th July 14th October 14th January 14th  
   
  HIERARCHY        
  Production, Service, or Administrative Unit        
          Number of Managers
Level 1 to 5
                  Potential
Achievement Age
 
  Supervisor Min:
  Min Supervised     Managers   Employees   Unit Size   Hierarchy   Max. Years    
    Vote required       Min.Under Hierarchy   Min. Supervisors   Supervised   Min.   CPL         EXAMPLE Source: wikipedia 06/09/2018  
  Level 1 President 1 24   96   1,872   48,672   7,962,624   1.0   70 81   United States Largest Private Employers (as of 2016)[1][2][3]
  Example:
Large Corporations, Industry Union leaders,
Senators, Governors, or Mayors
  93.60   1,778   46,238   7,199,539   1.1   69 80   Rank Employer Global number
of Employees
    91.20   1,687   43,867   6,436,454   1.2   68 79  
    88.80   1,598   41,558   5,673,370   1.3   67 78   1 Walmart 2,300,000
    86.40   1,512   39,312   4,910,285   1.4   66 77   2 Amazon 541,900
    84.00   1,428   37,128   4,147,200   1.5   65 76   3 Kroger 443,000
    81.60   1,346   35,006   3,384,115   1.6   64 75   4 Yum! Brands 420,000
    79.20   1,267   32,947   2,621,030   1.7   63 74   5 The Home Depot 406,000
    76.80   1,190   30,950   1,857,946   1.8   62 73   6 International Business Machines 380,000
    74.40   1,116   29,016   1,094,861   1.9   61 72   7 McDonald's 375,000
  Level 2 Executive 1   72   1,044   27,144   331,776   2.0   60 71   8 Berkshire Hathaway 367,700
      69.60   974   25,334   299,981   2.1   59 70   9 FedEx 335,767
    67.20   907   23,587   268,186   2.2   58 69   10 United Parcel Service 335,520
    64.80   842   21,902   236,390   2.3   57 68   11 Target Corporation 323,000
    62.40   780   20,280   204,595   2.4   56 67   12 Walgreens Boots Alliance 300,000
    60.00   720   18,720   172,800   2.5   55 66   13 General Electric 295,000
    57.60   662   17,222   141,005   2.6   54 65   14 Albertsons 273,000
    55.20   607   15,787   109,210   2.7   53 64   15 Wells Fargo 269,100
    52.80   554   14,414   77,414   2.8   52 63   16 AT&T 268,540
    50.40   504   13,104   45,619   2.9   51 62   17 PepsiCo 264,000
  Level 3 Director 1   48   456   11,856   13,824   3.0   50 61   18 Cognizant Technology Solutions 260,200
      45.60   410   10,670   12,499   3.1   49 60   19 Starbucks 254,000
    43.20   367   9,547   11,174   3.2   48 59   20 Deloitte 244,400
    40.80   326   8,486   9,850   3.3   47 58   21 J.P. Morgan Chase 243,355
    38.40   288   7,488   8,525   3.4   46 57   22 Lowe's 240,000
    36.00   252   6,552   7,200   3.5   45 56   23 TJX 235,000
    33.60   218   5,678   5,875   3.6   44 55   24 Ernst & Young 231,000
    31.20   187   4,867   4,550   3.7   43 54   25 UnitedHealth Group 230,000
    28.80   158   4,118   3,226   3.8   42 53  
    26.40   132   3,432   1,901   3.9   41 52  
  Level 4 Manager 1   24   108   2,808   576   4.0   40 51  
      21.60   86   2,246   521   4.1   39 50  
    19.20   67   1,747   466   4.2   38 49  
    16.80   50   1,310   410   4.3   37 48  
    14.40   36   936   355   4.4   36 47  
    12.00   24   624   300   4.5   35 46  
    9.60   14   374   245   4.6   34 45  
    7.20   7   187   190   4.7   33 44  
    4.80   2   62   134   4.8   32 43  
    2.40   0   24   79   4.9   31 42    
  Level 5 Supervisor 1   0.00       0   24   5.0   30 41    
  Example:
Teacher with a class of students
Small business owner with up to 24 employees
        22   5.1   29 40    
          19   5.2   28 39    
          17   5.3   27 38    
          14   5.4   26 37    
          12   5.5   25 36    
          10   5.6   24 35    
          7   5.7   23 34    
          5   5.8   22 33    
          2   5.9   21 32    
  Level 6 Staff Member   24   0           0   6.0   20 31  
  Example:
Self employed
or employee without supervisor status
  Favorable Audit 8     Review/Audit 8   6.1   19 30  
    Favorable Audit 7     Review/Audit 7   6.2   18 29  
    Favorable Audit 6     Review/Audit 6   6.3   17 28  
    Favorable Audit 5     Review/Audit 5   6.4   16 27  
    Favorable Audit 4     Review/Audit 4   6.5   15 26  
    Favorable Audit 3     Review/Audit 3   6.6   14 25  
    Favorable Audit 2     Review/Audit 2   6.7   13 24  
    Favorable Audit 1     Review/Audit 1   6.8   12 23  
    CPL Upon Hire     CPL Upon Hire   6.9   11 22  
  Level 7 Apprentice   0   0           Apprent. Review 9   7.0   10 21  
      Favorable Review 8     Apprent. Review 8   7.1   9 20  
    Favorable Review 7     Apprent. Review 7   7.2   8 19  
    Favorable Review 6     Apprent. Review 6   7.3   7 18  
    Favorable Review 5     Apprent. Review 5   7.4   6 17  
    Favorable Review 4     Apprent. Review 4   7.5   5 16  
    Favorable Review 3     Apprent. Review 3   7.6   4 15  
    Favorable Review 2     Apprent. Review 2   7.7   3 14  
    Favorable Review 1     Apprent. Review 1   7.8   2 13  
    CPL Upon Hire     Apprent. Review 0   7.9   1 12  
  Level 8 Student   0   0           Student   8.0   0 11  
                 
                     
            CPL Levels      
    Maximum Base-Compensation Calculator
  Life Time Earnings and Transfer:  
       
      $ Willits   Percentage Weekly Total
    Age Remaining Yrs YR CNT   Weekly Total   Annual Total   Increase Increase Per
  Date of Birth   1        
 
Retirement Age
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Step 1   Hours Per Week (From Step 3)
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  Weeks Per Year 52   5      
  Production Minutes   6      
      7      
  Work Level   8      
  At the time of Exchange   9      
  Knowledge Skill Level   10      
  Hierarchy   11      
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  As you age your value increases naturally   14      
  LOGIC   15      
  As we age, we gain knowledge and experience.
As a result, we obtain insight. With insight, one becomes more valuable to society.

As one's life on earth is coming to an end, life becomes more precious. One should select what they invest their energy into with care.

Thus, Willit Compensation incrementally increases
naturally.

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  CONSUMER CREDIT CALCULATION      
  See legislative enactment process for production or service unit resource procurement process  
 
  First, complete the "Your True Value" tab.    
     
    Product Cost Per: Month Quarter Annual   Input & Assumptions:   Instructions:  
  Step 1     Cost of Product       1. Enter Product Cost  
               
  Step 2     Estimated percentage of upkeep         2. Estimate the upkeep of the product based on its useful life duration  
    Upkeep and maintenance cost     Will be based on actual upkeep cost  
             
    Total Procurement Cost of Good:          
           
  Step 3     Useful Life of Product (ULP) Months:     3. Enter the useful life of the product you wish to purchase (months only)  
    ULP must be greater than PBP   Years:      
                 
      Procurement Credit Terms:        
  Step 4     Payback period (PBP) Months:     4. Enter the number of monthly payments  
    PBP must be less than ULP   Years:      
                 
  Auto     Your Life Expectancy (LE)          
    Life Expectancy must be greater than the Useful life/Payback period of the product:   From: Your True Value  
             
  Auto     Credit Term Acceptability      
      Useful/Payback Period Check     0 = Unacceptable Term  
      Payback/Life Expectancy Check         1 = Acceptable Term  
      Met Criteria Total:            
       
    Credit Determination (automatic)  
  Step 5     Employment status: Select if:    
  5. Select your employment status  
  Link     Standard Needs = 1 (Equity) you work in the Standard Needs Market for Earned Equity   Calculation based on bonus    
    WAUT = 2 (Capital) you accept Willit Compensation for all work   Calculation based on income  
      Both = 3 you work in both the equity and capital markets   info Link  
         
  Step 6     Employment Terms: Select if:  
  6. Select employment type  
      At will Leave blank      
      Contract your employment has a limited term (months)     Employment Contract Remaining months  
  Step 7       Beginning date:  
Calendar
Calendar
  7. Select Contract date  
  Step 8       End date:  
Calendar
Calendar
  8. Select contract end date  
        Contract Compensation:     Remaining Compensation  
      Revenue Weekly Monthly Quarterly Annual    
      Standard Compensation        
      Contract Compensation        
  Step 9     Obligation - Debt       9. Estimate the percentage of income already obligated to expenses  
    Obligations     From Central Account  
    New Procurement          
      Total Obligations:      
             
  Credit Weekly Monthly Quarterly Annual      
  Pre-Willit Allocation Scope (PWAS):   PWAS based on PBP years  
      Available PWAS Credit:    
      New Procurement    
      Differential PWAS      
           
    Credit Determination:    
  Final      
 
  There is no interest for Willit credit. If eligible for the PWAS credit, the monthly amount will be automatically deducted from your Willit account by the GCTA.  
   
     
     
     
  RESOURCE PROCUREMENT TAX GRANT PROCESS  
   
Auto Annual Willit Wage  
  OR    
Input Input Willit Wage  
       
Input Tax Grant Percentage % Vote Required  
  Tax Grant Stipend  
   
   
  Standard Distribution Apportionment Select Percentage Contribution on Average Per-Person  
  Government Silo Fraction of Tax Grant RP-Tax Grant Apportionment  
  Neighborhood
     
  County
     
  City
     
  State
     
  Country
     
         
   
       
  Est. United States Procurement Power  
  if Annual Willit Wage is:  
  Government Silo Fraction of taxation Estimated Population RP-Tax Grant Annual Willit Purchasing Power  
  Neighborhood 3,000  
  County/District 5,203,499  
  City 2,705,000  
  State 12,800,000  
  Country 323,000,000  
  Estimated average per-person (RP Tax Grant):  
       
   
     
   
                               
  Adjust the rates in the calculator to gauge you dividend potential.   Residual Dividend Share
    Example Product Type: Digital Movie  
    You have a 2-hour movie or documentary you have helped to make  
         
    Funds from creating residual products are received until you have reached your earnings cap  
    Calculation can also be used for collaborative teams for R&D, Inventions, etc.    
       
    U.S.      
* Year "X" Goal   Viewer / Users / Products sold Territory   1. Set viewership or annual product sells goal      
  Set Price   Product Price   2. Set price (Dollars, Willits, etc.)  
    Total Revenue              
             
      Expenses   Est.   Expense: Management      
      (based on Average Div. Call Rate)   Administration      
              Marketing      
* Select Range   Dividend Call Rate
     
  30%-80%   Dividend Pool (Revenue -minus- AE)        
                 
          3. Update data: Enter   Enter  
  Vested Group/Team   Vested Departments/Pools Percentage of RDS     Your RD-Share No. of Contributors Avrg. Contributed Hours Total Hours Total Minutes   your hours your minutes % of Contribution
* 1   Producers    
* 2   Cast    
* 3   Crew    
* 4   Animation and Effects    
* 5   Music    
    (based on contractual enactment)   [ Select above, enter in step 4. ]    
         
* Select your RDS   Potential Dividend
  4. Enter "Your RD-Share" -- (from Step 3); seleect your "Vested Departments/Pool" -- Job.    
     
    Weighted Dividend Structure   Rating Percentage  
* Adjust Rating   Peer Group Performance Rating
  5. Select Efficiency/Performance rating (determined by peers within vested group)  
    Rated Dividend     5 4 3 2 1      
        100% 90% 80% 50% 40%      
    OR    
* Adjust Non-Vested %   Non Weighed Percentage
    6. Select Non-peer review rate (negotiated by group members).  
  65% -85%   Non Vested - Multiple Distributors    
       
   
    Percentage to Content Creation Fund Weighed Non Weighed   Funds that are not distributed to contributors can be distributed to a content creation pool.
    From Rating Percentage & Non Vested Distribution   Content creators with a proven track record for quality productions may solicit for completion loans - 0% interest rate.
       
       
  Potential Earnings Over Time  
* Select Vested or Non   Calculate Dividend Share Over Time
       
    Annual Rate Over Time Increase/Decrease %        
  Change Annual % Rate   Year 1
         
  Change %   Year2
         
  Change %   Year 3
         
  Change %   Year 4
         
  Change %   Year 5
         
  Change %   Year 6
         
  Change %   Year 7
         
  Change %   Year 8
         
  Change %   Year 9
         
  Change %   Year 10
         
    Total Earnings Over Time            
 
Fair dividend distribution - Based on your skills and energy input
                                     
  Inventors and Business Unit Willit Rates   BENEFITS  
  1 Open and Fair Competition  
      2 Efficient use of resources  
  What is your product worth? 3 Fair compensation for all  
    One great invention can secure your wants for the rest of your life time. 4 Inventions are only limited to what you dream of and others are willing to place their energy into.  
        5 True Security and Retirement Potential  
             
    Complete the True Value and Willit Maximum Spreadsheets to determine your Inventor or Business Unit Rates.  
  Step 2 Inventors Calculator   Education and Skill Levels:  
      Education and Skill Level  
  None Graduate Advanced Professional Master PhD. CMS CMS  
              1 5 10 15 20 25 30 35  
  1   Hour Investment  
       
      Enter the amount of time you usually work per day on your project:            
                   
      Work Level (Willit Output Rate)  
  Easy Labor Medium Labor Hard Labor  
              1 5 15  
                   
  2   Days you have worked on your project on average in a given year prior to production     Not to exceed 365-days  
           
                 
      Time Investment hours     Once the System CORE is operable, time investment hours and minutes will be integrated with the Research, Development, Projects, and collaboration modules, for accurate time accounting.  
      Time Investment minutes      
  3   Number of years you have worked on our projects (prior to production):     Hours for which no compensation was received.  
      Hours Worked Days Years            
                 
  4   Project ID No. or Patent No.   PIN-2468.361   Must be Unique    
  5   Number of Main Contributing Team Members with similar energy investment:   1   Executives Teams and collaboration groups will be considered in the time accounting when the Willit System is developed; for now we are calculating the Gross Compensation per Invention, we are not calculating the Net Compensation per Invention (NCI). NCI determines maximum compensation for patent right expiration. The True Value Calculation for each Executive Team Member/Collaboration Group will be required to determine the NCI (this is just an Example).  
      Inventor/s, Executives Teams, or Collaboration Groups - Original Founders        
             
                 
  Initial Energy Investment
(Dispensed only when invention is successful with order request)
    Willit Compensation included in BEE    
        Be sure to complete the life expectancy parameters or you will receive a negative number or zero  
  Products' True Cost:   1,200   MOCK This is the sample BEE and will be automatically calculated. Production cost are calculated with the Willit Compensation and Product Inventory Management and Efficiency System. There is no cost for materials to produce goods; as the People have granted you their labor for the refining and distribution of these resources. The product/service will be purchased at the Set Market Rate (BEE + MSR). The Labor force is prepaid for production by the GCTA (Global Compensation and Transaction Administration.  
               
  6   Enter a markup percentage for your product:     Set by Inventor/Executive Management Team (EMT) :    
                 
             
        Market Share Rate (MSR):     Note: You receive only what the iWaut and iGlobe xChanges will bear    
      Market Price:     If you do not sell your product you would not receive Willit compensation for your initial energy investment. And, may lose production rights; therefore it is best to be fair with your asking MSR  
                 
           
                 
                 
      Inventor's Remaining Energy (in years)      
    Typical invested hours      
             
    Maximum at Market Compensation (MMC)     Inventor's remaining years X initial energy expense compensation  
  >>>>>   Net Compensation for Invention (NCI)     MMC + Initial Energy Investment    
        Inventor's Maximum Compensation     Must have entered average hours in the Willit Max spread sheet tab to determine this value.    
  Variance from Max. Compensation to Gross Comp     Maximum Compensation Rate from product for EMT    
               
  Number of products sold, to max out compensation for invention and patent protection based on Market Share Rate (MSR):          
         
           
             
    Note: You can increase your Maximum Compensation with CMS designation by becoming a Standard Needs - Earned Equity Teacher
If your product sells in the market place and does extremely well, you have reached a point of professional excellence.
You may be granted a special Education and Skill Levels: CMS = Creation Master Specialist with a Calculation Point Level (CPL) of 30. CMS who select the teaching profession and make their knowledge available to all people are granted a CPL of 26 to 35
   
       
       
     
     
                                                             
  Household Accounts Accounts     Household General Ledger & Order System   Order Details   Inventory Details
* My Account 1      
  Product On hand Maintain Order Market Min Max
  Spouse 2     Standard Needs System   iWaut   Black Market   Global Market   image   Price 0.00   Toilet paper 1.5 2 Re-Order +30
  Dependent 1 3         National Exchanges   National Willits Accepted   National Willits Accepted International Exchange     BEE Cost 0.00   Menstrual Sanitation Supplies 0 1 Re-Order +30
  Dependent 2 4     Total Expenditures             Cleanser 1 2 Re-Order +31
                          Useful Life 26 months   [+]  
  My Account Ledger:
    Grocery and Meal Plans             Upkeep Cost 0.00  
  Income     [+]         Recycle Credit 0.00  
  Bonus     Household Supplies            
  Residual Income     Toilet paper         Shipping Cost 0.00  
  Recycling Credit 0.00     Menstrual Sanitation Supplies       Arrival Date  
  Total Income     Cleanser        
                 
  Market Expenditures
    Medications                
  Expenditures     [+]      
          Services           Product Details [+] [+]  
  Markets
    [+]      
  Standard Needs System     Transportation           Sold by Advancian.org Rating 5.0 Comments  
  iWaut     [+]       Good: Digital  
  Global Market     Clothing           Download: Yes  
  Black Market     [+]      
        Education          
  Account Settings       [+] Books      
  Local Distribution Center       Documentaries    
  Local Community Kitchen       Seminars      
  Household Size       Certification      
             
  Settings       Furnishings          
  Dietary Needs       [+]      
  Dietary Restrictions       Building and Maintenance          
  Parental Controls     [+]      
      Technology          
      [+] Hardware      
      Software      
         
      Entertainment          
      [+] Books      
      Events      
      Movies      
      Music      
      Pleasure      
      Travel      
             
      Communal Shared/Items          
      [+]          
             
             
                                               
  Accurate Past Earnings Compensation Calculations (APEC)  
  Past Earning Compensation:   Note:  
 
APEC Calculation agreed upon year
2008   A foundation agreement is required to determine the date we will begin calculating wage deficiencies and abuses of the labor force.  
  Enter Current Year   Documentation of the wages you were paid are required to make an accurate determination of the energy investment you should have been compensated to determine your reparation amount.  
         
  Global Standards       Year: Work Level   Knowledge Skill Level   Hierarchy   Weekly
Rate
Weeks
Worked
Annual  
  Current Calculation Standards:                  
  Date of Birth   1
 
 
      Work Level  
  Retirement Age   2
 
 
      Easy Labor Medium Labor Hard Labor Hazard Pay      
      3
 
 
      1 5 10 20      
  Hours Per Week   4
 
 
      Knowledge Skill Level  
  Weeks Per Year 52   5
 
 
      Education and Skill Levels:    
  Production Minutes   6
 
 
      None Graduate Advanced Professional Dr Master  
      7
 
 
      1 5 10 15 20 25  
  Work Level   8
 
 
      Hierarchy  
  At the time of Exchange   9
 
 
      Staff
Member
Supervisor
Manager
   
  Knowledge Skill Level   10
 
 
      Student Director Executive President  
  Hierarchy     Total: (APEC) Transferable to Willit Account           8 5 4 3 2 1  
               
  Notes:          
  Tax grants are not alloted to government bodies for APEC earnings -- as the administrative bodies have failed in their duty to ensure justice.  
             
  Student's Weekly Education Time Sheet
    HOW THE SYSTEM WORKS:
You will login every day in your class rooms to start the education timer for your coursework, and exit the system prior to leaving each class. Home school students will log into the same education tracking system. Teachers can upload unedited video of the day's lesson for absent students, for clarification of subject discussions, and parental viewing; with permissions set to only allow parents of students in a particular class to view the day's events.
       
      All Study Time will be tracked from the online tutorial assistance system. If you study outside of the system, you can add those hours with your mobile phone, or log your study hours when you login with your computer. The more you study and attend classes the more you Earn.      
  Student's Login: school clock button.PNG Week starting:
Calendar
Calendar
   
  Teachers Login:   Week ending:    
  STEP 1:    
  1) Sample Data Provided, Please Enter Your regular School an Study Schedule    
                                           
        Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday      
        School Hours    
    Time In
Total
Total
Total
Total
Total
Total
Total      
    Time Out