I'm confused on how the rewarding works on career.
What's the difference of Reward and Signing bonus?
If you succeed, how to compute your reward?
If you failed, how to compute your losses?

I made an excel spreadsheet just to track my missions and money.

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    21.6k Zenithspeed

    XD yeah lol
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    1.2 years ago
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    1,454 t4zcomz

    @Zenithspeed idk but sounds like you had to fire yourself for mismanagement of company funds

    +1 1.2 years ago
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    1,161 jrzspace

    @t4zcomz Thank you.

    1.2 years ago
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    21.6k Zenithspeed

    also, how does one get out of a price-softlock? i had to get rid of my first career save because i had gotten broke and literally nothing i had available would be able to fit the ~5k budget, not to mention that you don't earn anything when you're in debt

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    1,454 t4zcomz

    Signing bonus is the money you get when you accept the contract. It's usually 20% of the total contract reward, and you get it straight away.
    Reward is the money you get after you complete the contract. It's 4x more than the signing bonus.
    I think the only ways to fail a contract is to either go past the deadline or cancel the contract.
    If you launch a rocket for the contract and it blows up, the contract doesn't fail, and you can retry it

    +2 1.2 years ago

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