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A commission is divided between all the agents who assist on a deal. The portion that each one gets is configured based on their role and involvement, and what package of roles is in use for that deal.
The deal page shows the various stages of how the deal gets broken down, and how much the agents get paid. The labels on this page need to be closer to the numbers, and we'd like to have a pie chart comparing the payouts.
A great charting library using HTML5, SVG, or JS should be brought to the task. Pie charts are a good place to start but not the only ones of interest.
The commission has two types of attached agents. Agents on this team are attached via assists, and agents can also be named as co-brokers and saved in the record. Right now the agents on the team are the only ones in the pie chart. Making that flip back and forth would be even better. But that will possibly lead into the refactor of how co-brokers are stored, and how the split is configured.