Fractal Income vs Dividend & Equity
A Fractal Income, is a specific percentage of the gross income of a company, paid to the shareholders of the company, before anything else gets paid. Fractal Income is apportioned (by ownership %) amongst the shareholders entitled to it and paid as a dividend, typically, 45 days after the end of each quarter.
As an example, if a company in which a Member has invested, generates $1,000,000 per month in "gross" revenue (revenue prior to payments for any expenses) and the Fractal Income is 5%, the Fractal Income paid would be $50,000 per month. The shareholders would be paid their proportionate share, 45 days after the end of each quarter. In a typical investment by a Member into a Solara Technology as described above, the Investor would be receiving $600 in annual Fractal Income, an annualized return of 12%, on an investment of $5,000.
**Solara cannot guarantee that each, or any subsidiary company will generate an income of $12,000,000 per year, but Solara believes that it is a reasonable amount to use for purposes of an example of this nature. Additionally, regardless of the gross revenue being generated, whether it is higher or lower than the example, Solara Investors are always paid their proportionate share, before any other expenses.