The Complete Guide to Buying a Cafe
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Non-capital Purchases

This represents the cost of goods and should be approximately 30% of turnover. This figure should not vary significantly throughout the year. Any large variances throughout the year should be questioned.

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"... the cost of goods, e.g. equipment Non-capital Purchases This represents the cost of goods and should be approximately 30% of turnover. This figure should not vary significantly throughout the year. Any large variances throughout the year should be questioned. GST on Purchases This is the amount ..."

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