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how do i measure lose or profit from sales

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Always more sales than cost of production+opration cost is the profit to the enterprenure reverse of same loss .

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Your loss and profit is measure by the cash left (or gone) in your pocket post receiving revenue from all of your sales and after paying back all costs associated with production, management and administration of your business (Also after tax if that is applicable in your case)

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Calculate the difference by subtracting your business Total Expenses away from Total Income for a specific period of time (monthly).

For Profit Margin; determine the net income (subtract the total expenses from the revenue) and divide the net income by the revenue. Multiply the result by 100 to arrive at a %.

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First of all, let me ask you if you have been doing a month on month P&L statement substantiated by a Cash Flow analysis?... If yes, let's get into the details. If not, you have to first work on it and revert back to me. Thanks.

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First of all, let me ask you if you have been doing a month on month P&L statement substantiated by a Cash Flow analysis?... If yes, let's get into the details. If not, you have to first work on it and revert back to me. Thanks.

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