Profit Analysis & Pricing
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As opposite to breakeven, companies are more interested in realizing profits. Profit Analysis & Pricing is a mathematical computation that helps a business identify the point where it reaches a specific target of profit.
This profit analysis & pricing calculator allows a business to accomplish the following:
 » Determine the quantity it needs to produce or sell in order to realize a specific profit;
 » Determine the selling price it needs to charge for a specific quantity you sell in order to realize a specific profit.
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Definitions and terms used in Profit Analysis & Pricing
 Selling Price per Unit
 The price that a unit is expected to be sold for.
 Selling Units
 The number of units expected to be sold (determined by a contract or market research).
 Fixed Cost (FC)
 The cost that remains constant within a range of production or sales, regardless of the number of units produced or sold within that range. Typical fixed costs are: rent, mortgage, equipment, salaries, insurance, fixed utilities (office utilities) etc.
 Variable Cost per Unit
 The cost that vary with the production or the purchase of one unit.
 Total Variable Cost (VC)
 The cost that varies directly with the number of units produced or sold. Typical variable costs are: materials, packaging and shipping, sales commission, hourly wages, variable utilities (factory utilities) etc.
 Total Variable Cost = Selling Units x Variable Cost per Unit
 Total Cost (TC)
 Total expenses incurred in the process of producing or selling a number of units.
 Total Cost (TC) = Fixed Cost (FC) + Total Variable Cost (VC)
 Total Revenue
 The total sales value of the units produced or sold.
 Total Revenue = Selling Units x Selling Price per Unit
 Profit
 The benefits from producing or selling a number of units.
 Profit = Total Revenue  Total Cost
 Target Profit
 The profit that the company intend to realize.
 Target point
 The point where the Target Profit is realized.
 Profit margin
 The ratio of profitability calculated as Profit divided by Total Revenue. Profit margin is an indicator of a company's pricing policies and its ability to control costs. It measures how much out of every dollar of sales a company actually keeps in earnings (expressed as a percentage).
 Profit Margin = (Total Revenues  Total Cost) / Total Revenues x 100
 Markup
 The amount added to the cost of a product to cover expenses and profit in fixing the selling price. Markup is equal to profit.
 Markup percent
 The ratio calculated as Markup divided by Total Cost. It measures how much is added to the cost in order to determine the selling price.
 Markup percent = (Total Revenues  Total Cost) / Total Cost x 100