When I ran Mabrick's Mining and Manufacturing [MABMM,] I made a decent amount of ISK. Before the tax changes to PI, I could make a half billion ISK a quarter if I really ground it out and had no unforeseen overhead. In terms of what some industrialists make, it's not all that much. For a single person corporation with other responsibilities, I was satisfied with it. Here is the last quarterly financial report I gave for MABMM. After this, the PI tax rate increase kicked in and profits went down considerably.
So what does the same report look like for the last two months in a Class 3 wormhole? Well, that's a bit harder to put a figure on. For one thing, my new corporate tax structure is completely different. HBHI has a 25% tax rate but it is not based on bounties. There are no bounties for Sleepers. HBHI's tax setting is irrelevant. In fact, for a wormhole corporation the tax mechanism is pretty well totally broken.
How the corporation deals with this is mostly on the honor system and totally manual. HBHI keeps 25% of the value of Sleeper loot and salvage as reported by Aura. We have a formated email report we send to the CEO on how much loot we got and what the breakouts should be (25% to corp, divide the remainder amongst the participants.) It totals all sites run during that operation. He verifies the value of the loot placed in the POS and then pays each participant their share from the corporate wallet. Members get "paid" very quickly. However, the corporation doesn't realize a profit until the loot is hauled out and sold. HBHI assumes all risk should a gank happen - and it has. The system is not perfect but it works well enough that no one is mad about it.
The issue for me and a cash flow report is those payments are recorded in my journal and not transactions. It's hard to get an actual accounting especially for assets (EDIT 22:13 Eve Time: assets inside a POS hanger do not show up on a character's API pull.) With that in mind, here is the balance sheet for my first two months in the hole based on the journal.
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So you have a better idea of what those assets are, here is my buy and sell accounting sheet. I have totalled assets manually at the bottom.
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[EDIT 21:10 Eve Time: Yes, the images are large and hard to read. Click on one, right click on the pop-out image, select open in new tab and then you can enlarge the image as much as you need.]