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Example 1

241 Wages Platform

Heavy Metal Fabricator/Welder

Nick

Nick is currently receiving Centrelink's Newstart allowance of approximately $520.00 per fortnight and is a Member of Shopper Shares. If Nicholas commenced working for a Shopper Share Partnered business as a Welder/Boilermaker then he could be remunerated by the commencement rate of 50% of his salary with Shopper Shares. This is great news for Nick, great news for his employer, great news for our economy and, well you get the picture.
Here's how Nick will be paid at the required commencement rate of 50%
The position pays $1,152.00 gross p/w
Nick works 36 hours @ $32.00 p/h


Employer receives
Employer pays
SS Portfolio value
Members Gross income
Partners net income
Employer pays 50% Direct Deposit to Members bank account

$576

$576

Employer buys the Members Shopper Shares at cost price

$288
$576


Members can't use their Shopper Shares during the first 3 month "Lockout"





Employer receives Members weekly Newstart allowance during this "Lockout"
$260




Employer pays Member the shortfall caused by the 3 month "Lockout"



$288

Balance left over from Members Centrelink payment





Total
$260
$864
$576
$864







As you will have seen,
Nicks employer has paid him $864.00 Gross (before tax) and has received his weekly Newstart allowance of $260.00
The same gross amount appears as his income, he will only be taxed on $604.00 as the remaining $260.00 is Centrelink.
The best part, his Portfolio. Its got 576 Shopper Share points in it, imagine that in 3 months 4 x 12 Wow! nearly 7 Grand.
Don't get to excited, you really want that to build, remember that seven thousand are Shopper Shares, they cost Your employer $3,500.00
But they're worth every bit of that seven grand as you can only use them at Shopper Share partnered stores and businesses where you only pay cost price. Remember that, it's important and it is Exclusively Yours!
As they say, Membership has its privileges. Only Members shop at cost price with our partners and you can become one by Clicking Here.

Let's sum this one up

Employer pays $864.00 + Super
Centrelink pays $260.00 as per example above
Nick gets $864.00 less tax on only $604.00, superannuation paid on $1,152.00, 576 Shopper Share Points and worth every cent, a sense of accomplishment, a sense of worth, work mates, something to look forward to, a career, the ability to provide for his family whilst building his own financial future and to top it off the Government has even lower costs as we don't need recruitment services to make it happen.

Example 2

342 Wages Platform

Retailer/Shop assistant

Shelby

Shelby is a Member of Shopper Shares. If Shelby works for a Shopper Share Partnered business as a Shop Assistant then she could be remunerated by up to 50% of her salary with Shopper Shares. This is great news for Shelby, great news for her employer, great news for our economy and, well you get the picture.
Here's how Shelby will be paid at the required 50% rising to the maximum of 75% Shopper Shares reward.
The position pays $570.00 gross p/w
Shelby works 30 hours @ $19.00 p/h


Employer receives
Employer pays
SS Portfolio value
Members Gross income
Partners net income

Employer pays 50% Direct Deposit to Members bank account

$285

$285


Employer buys the Members Shopper Shares at cost price

$143
$285
$285


There is no Government assistance as the Member was not unemployed






at the time of Shopper Share Member/Partner commencement






Employee has access to their portfolio, providing full Salary without assistance






Employers financial assistance created by Shopper Shares




$142

Total

$428
$285
$570
$142

As Shelby is already employed, she doesn't receive any extra from Centrelink and as above this seems to benefit the employer and there is no added incentive for the employee to have half (50%) of their salary as Shopper Shares.
Since Shelby is a loyal Member of Shopper Shares and has been employed for over 3 months she can now negotiate her salary percentage with her employer in 5% increments. This enables Shelby's salary to increase in a unique way rising well above the award wage without burdening her employer.

5% Increase


Employer receives
Employer pays
SS Portfolio value
Members Gross income
Partners net income

Employer pays 45% Direct Deposit to Members bank account

$257

$257


Employer buys the Members Shopper Shares at cost price

$172
$344
$344


There is no Government assistance as the Member was not unemployed






at the time of Shopper Share Member/Partner commencement






Employee has access to their portfolio, providing full Salary without assistance






Employers financial assistance created by Shopper Shares




$173

Total

$428
$344
$601
$173


10% Increase


Employer receives
Employer pays
SS Portfolio value
Members Gross income
Partners net income

Employer pays 40% Direct Deposit to Members bank account

$228

$228


Employer buys the Members Shopper Shares at cost price

$200
$400
$400


There is no Government assistance as the Member was not unemployed






at the time of Shopper Share Member/Partner commencement






Employee has access to their portfolio, providing full Salary without assistance






Employers financial assistance created by Shopper Shares




$200

Total

$428
$400
$628
$200


15% Increase


Employer receives
Employer pays
SS Portfolio value
Members Gross income
Partners net income

Employer pays 35% Direct Deposit to Members bank account

$200

$200


Employer buys the Members Shopper Shares at cost price

$228
$456
$456


There is no Government assistance as the Member was not unemployed






at the time of Shopper Share Member/Partner commencement






Employee has access to their portfolio, providing full Salary without assistance






Employers financial assistance created by Shopper Shares




$228

Total

$428
$456
$656
$228


20% Increase


Employer receives
Employer pays
SS Portfolio value
Members Gross income
Partners net income

Employer pays 30% Direct Deposit to Members bank account

$171

$171


Employer buys the Members Shopper Shares at cost price

$258
$516
$516


There is no Government assistance as the Member was not unemployed






at the time of Shopper Share Member/Partner commencement






Employee has access to their portfolio, providing full Salary without assistance






Employers financial assistance created by Shopper Shares




$259

Total

$428
$516
$687
$259


25% Increase


Employer receives
Employer pays
SS Portfolio value
Members Gross income
Partners net income

Employer pays 25% Direct Deposit to Members bank account

$143

$143


Employer buys the Members Shopper Shares at cost price

$285
$570
$570


There is no Government assistance as the Member was not unemployed






at the time of Shopper Share Member/Partner commencement






Employee has access to their portfolio, providing full Salary without assistance






Employers financial assistance created by Shopper Shares




$285

Total

$428
$570
$713
$285

As you will have seen,
There are 5 examples above showing that the employers costs remain the same at $428.00 p/w + Superannuation on $570.00 yet Shelby's salary has increased dramatically using Shopper Shares.
Remember Shelbys real Gross wage is $570.00 and it is that amount that Superannuation is based on.
Shelbys salary has grown in Share value exponentially whilst a slight reduction has occurred in Direct Deposit/Cash and remember you can only use them at Shopper Share partnered stores and businesses where you only pay cost price. Remember that, it's important and it is Exclusively Yours!
As they say, Membership has its privileges. Only Members shop at cost price with our partners and you can become one by Clicking Here.

Let's sum this one up

Employer pays $428.00 + Super based on $570.00
Shelby gets $570.00 less tax on only $285.00, superannuation paid on $570.00 at the required commencement figure of 50%
As you can see Shelbys salary has gone from $570.00 to $713.00 p/w without any additional costs to her employer.

Example 3

241 Wages Platform

Truck Driver or Mechanic

Robert

Robert is currently receiving Centrelinks Newstart allowance of app $520.00 per fortnight and is a Member of Shopper Shares. If Robert commenced working for a Shopper Share Partnered business as a Truck Driver then he could be remunerated by up to 50% of his salary with Shopper Shares. This is great news for Rob, great news for his employer, great news for our economy and, well you get the picture.
Here's how Rob will be paid at the required commencement rate of 50%
The position pays $792.00 gross p/w
Rob works 36 hours @ $22.00 p/h


Employer receives
Employer pays
SS Portfolio value
Members Gross income
Partners net income
Employer pays 50% Direct Deposit to Members bank account

$396

$396

Employer buys the Members Shopper Shares at cost price

$198
$396


Members can't use their Shopper Shares during the first 3 month "Lockout"





Employer receives Members weekly Newstart allowance during this "Lockout"
$260




Employer pays Member the shortfall caused by the 3 month "Lockout"



$198

Balance left over from Members Centrelink payment
$62



$62
Total
$260
$594
$396
$594
$62






As you will have seen,
Roberts employer has paid him $594.00 Gross (before tax) and has received his weekly Newstart allowance of $260.00
The same gross amount appears as his income, he will only be taxed on $396.00 as the remaining $198.00 is Centrelink.
If you're wondering about the $62.00 extra that the employer holds, well it will go towards Superannuation as Robs real gross wage remember is $792.00 and it is that amount that Superannuation is based on.
The best part, his Portfolio. Its got nearly 400 Bucks in it, imagine that in 3 months 4 x 12 Wow! nearly 5 Grand.
Don't get to excited, you really want that to build, remember that five thousand are Shopper Shares, they cost your employer $2,500.00
But they're worth every bit of that five grand as you can only use them at Shopper Share partnered stores and businesses where you only pay cost price. Remember that, it's important and it's Exclusively Yours!
As they say, Membership has its privileges. Only Members shop at cost price with our partners and you can become one by Clicking Here.

Let's sum this one up

Employer pays $594.00 less $62.00 = $532.00 + Super
Centrelink pays $260.00 as per example above
Rob gets $594.00 less tax on only $396.00, superannuation paid on $792.00, 396 Shopper Share Points and worth every cent, a sense of accomplishment, a sense of worth, work mates, something to look forward to, a career, the ability to provide for his family whilst building his own financial future and to top it off the Government has even lower costs as we don't need recruitment services to make it happen.
This helps Robs employer grow his business, great for creating jobs. Remember no profit, NFPO.

Example 4

342 Wages Platform

Child Care Teacher

Caitlin

Caitlin is a Member of Shopper Shares. If Caitlin works for a Shopper Share Partnered business as a Child Care Administrator then she could be remunerated by up to 75% of her salary with Shopper Shares. This is great news for Caitlin, great news for her employer, great news for our economy and, well you get the picture.
Here's how Caitlin will be paid at the required 50% and the maximum of 75% Shopper Shares.
The position pays $910.00 gross p/w
Caitlin works 35 hours @ $26.00 p/h

At 50%


Employer receives
Employer pays
SS Portfolio value
Members Gross income
Partners net income

Employer pays 50% Direct Deposit to Members bank account

$455

$455


Employer buys the Members Shopper Shares at cost price

$228
$455
$455


There is no Government assistance as the Member was not unemployed






at the time of Shopper Share Member/Partner commencement






Employee has access to their portfolio, providing full Salary without assistance






Employers financial assistance created by Shopper Shares




$227

Total

$683
$455
$910
$227


At 75%


Employer receives
Employer pays
SS Portfolio value
Members Gross income
Partners net income

Employer pays 25% Direct Deposit to Members bank account

$228

$228


Employer buys the Members Shopper Shares at cost price

$455
$910
$910


There is no Government assistance as the Member was not unemployed






at the time of Shopper Share Member/Partner commencement






Employee has access to their portfolio, providing full Salary without assistance






Employers financial assistance created by Shopper Shares




$455

Total

$683
$910
$1,138
$455

Not much left to say really except for

Why on Earth are we not doing this already?

Let's sum this one up

Employer pays $683.00 + Super on $910.00
Caitlin gets $910.00 less tax on only $455.00, superannuation paid on $910.00 at the required commencement figure of 50%
As you can see Caitlin's salary has gone from $910.00 to $1,138.00 p/w without any additional costs to her employer.