Margin

Margin is a term commonly used in calculating the percentage of profit on sales. Margin sometimes gets misused in calculating markup on costs.

Project Reports – Introduction

Project Reports

There are basically three groups of financial based project reports. Each set has its own priorities and purposes. Project reports are a function of production reporting with the exception of the balance sheet set (commonly used for cash flow purposes). 

Types of Business Models

Business Models

In business there are four distinct business models. Just about any business can be identified with one of the four. The following are the four types of business models: 1) Low-Volume, Hi-Margin, 2) Hi-Volume, Hi-Margin, 3) Low-Volume, Low-Margin and 4) Hi-Volume, Low-Margin.

What is the Difference between Markup and Margin?

Markup Calculator

It is amazing how one simple formula can be so confusing to the average business owner. The formula is markup. It is defined as the dollar amount or percentage of the cost of the item added to the item to equal its sales price. Many entrepreneurs especially those in retail confuse this simple formula with margin.

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