How is recurring value calculated?
Recurring value (or annual/monthly value) is calculated by multiplying the value of the customer's recurring jobs by the number of times each job will happen in a year.
For example, if a customer has a job that happens every month, and the job is worth £20, then the annual value will be £240.
If a customer has a job that happens every four weeks, and the job is worth £15, then the annual value will be £195.
If a job do not have a set frequency, or will only happen once, it will not be included in the annual value calculation.
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