Technically, Return on investment or ROI allows an investor to evaluate the performance of an investment and compare it to othersin his or her portfolio. Simply put, ROIprovides you a forecast on when are you supposed to get back your invested capital. In the following table below, we provide sample computations of ROI in different business scenarios. Every detail of your business can contribute and influence your returns; hence, please be reminded that the figures illustrated below are based on
likely different business scenarios.



1. Lease investments include the number of security and advance deposits, construction bonds, and other lease-related requirements of your lessor prior to operations. This does not include any legal-related expenses, such as filing for business permits and operating taxes.
2. This includes expenses that may be incurred from filing and securing operating permits, and other requirements of both lessorsand/or concerned city government.
3. Payroll rate may depend on the operators.
4. Food cost is based on the projected rate of 40% of gross sales
5. Delivery is relative to the number of deliveries needed per month. Please note that free deliveries are subject to conditions.