Increase your profits with the help of Calcopolis.
How can this profit calculator help you?
This simple online tool will help you determine the profitability of a particular transaction. The calculator considers not only the cost of goods sold but also the potential commission fees and sales tax.
Thanks to this tool, you can optimize your sales process and prepare for sales negotiations.
The profit returned from the calculator is not the net profit since the fixed costs are not considered in order to not overcomplicate the tool.
How to calculate profit from sales using this calculator?
Although the tool's usage is straightforward, please read the detailed description of available fields to prevent any misunderstanding in the result interpretation.
Description of fields
The purchase price of goods or services sold. The formulas used by the tool assume this is the gross value with sales tax (VAT).
The retail price of a single item or service. The price should include the sales tax. If you wish to convert net to gross values, you may use our sales tax calculator.
The number of items you plan to sell.
If the transition requires you to pay any fee, please input here the percentage value of the fee. The cost could be the marketplace commission or credit card commission.
Sales Tax (VAT)
The percentage value of sales tax in your region. The final result presents the profit value after sales tax, so this field is crucial.
Other useful tools
It is just one of many tools available here on Calcopolis that can help you to grow your business.
If you wish to prepare the pricing strategy to help you reach your sales goal, try our Profit Goal Calculator or visit our Margin Calculator. Both tools will let you efficiently manage your prices.
Suppose you are just starting a business or planning significant investments. In that case, our Break-Even Point Calculator, along with the Margin of safety calculator, will help you find the minimum turnover value that lets you reach profitability.
We prepared a handy MRR calculator for companies operating in a subscription model.
If you are looking for alternative ways of evaluating a company, read more about Economic Value Added.
Created by Lucas Krysiak on 2022-07-13 16:54:28 | Last review by Mike Kozminsky on 2022-07-14 13:23:01