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Calcolatrice del margine di profitto

Questo calcolatore risponderà alla domanda su come calcolare il margine di profitto e vi aiuterà a determinare i prezzi di vendita esatti per i vostri prodotti per aumentare il profitto.
Risultati del calcolatore del margine di profitto
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Il tuo prezzo di vendita
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Il tuo profitto
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Margine lordo

How to Calculate Profit Margin?

The calculation method is pretty simple. To calculate a profit margin value, you need to subtract the cost of your goods sold (other known as COGS) from your net sales (total revenue minus returns, discounts and allowances). Then you need to divide this figure by net sales value and the gross profit margin will come. To get the results in percentage, just multiply the number by 100.

Atlasmic’s profit margin calculator does the math for you, but if you are looking to do it manually, the formula would look like this:

X - Net sales value
Y - Cost of goods sold (COGS)
Z - Profit

X - Y = Z
Z / X * 100 = % Gross profit margin

What is the Average Profit Margin by Industry?

As a general rule, there are a lot of saying that a 10% net profit margin is the average profit margin. However, you should always consider, that every industry has a different average net profit margin. Here is the list of the average net profit margins for some of the most common small business categories in the United States:

Service businesses have the highest profit margins amongst other categories. The average for this category is about 18%, as the low operating costs and the number of repeat clients make the high-profit margin.

Real estate services have a profit margin of around 15% and can get as high as 20%. Tax services can climb even higher than 20%.

Restaurants usually have a profit margin that is about 12% and can vary 1-3%.

Retail has an average profit margin of 8%.

How to Analyze Corporate Profit Margins?

Understanding corporate profit margins can help you get insights into a company’s current effectiveness in generating profits and potentially the company’s future. The key lesson to analyze corporate profit margins are to understand that the profit margin comes in 3 different levels: net profit, gross and operating profit.

Net profit margin is often referred to as the company’s profit for the accounting and is found at the bottom of the income statement. It displays if the company is generating net income. Taking it as a single point of truth might not be the best idea. That’s why there are more figures.

Gross margin provides insights into how the company is managing the production costs to produce income. The higher the margin, the more efficient the company is generating revenue.

The operating profit margin often shows why a particular company is outperforming other competitors. It shows how well the company manages to operate as it includes operating expenses, such as salaries, rent and leases instead of showing fixed costs.

What is a Good Profit Margin?

The money you earn from your business is not everything. However, if the company is being compared by some investors, you might have a look at your profit margin number. Generally, investors compare each company’s net profit margin with the industry standards. Sometimes they take benchmark indexes, such as S&P 500, Nasdaq or Dow. These can be around 10%, however, the good profit margin can be only calculated within the industry average. Anyways, if you are keeping this number way above the average - you might be a great salesperson!

What is the Difference Between Profit & Profit Margin?

The only big difference between these two values is that the profit margin is measured as a percentage while the profit margin shows every amount of money in earnings. Also, the increased amount of earnings does not always represent profitability. When you know your profit margin, you can make more effective sales plans and increase your revenue.

Domande frequenti

Qual è la formula per calcolare i margini di profitto?

Ci sono 3 formule diverse per ogni livello di calcolo dei margini di profitto.
Margine di profitto netto = (reddito netto / entrate) X 100
Margine lordo = (Entrate totali - COGS) / Entrate totali X 100
Margine di profitto operativo = (Reddito operativo / Entrate) X 100

Cos'è il costo della merce venduta o COGS?

In primo luogo, il costo delle merci vendute (COGS) è spesso conosciuto come "costo delle vendite" e può essere visualizzato in una formula:
COGS = Inventario iniziale + Acquisti durante il periodo - Inventario finale
Se state costruendo un business, il COGS si trova di solito in un conto economico, sotto la categoria delle vendite o delle entrate.
Esempio: se all'inizio del periodo avevi €10.000 di inventario di valore e hai comprato €2.000 extra e l'inventario finale valeva solo €4.000, il tuo valore COGS sarebbe €8.000. Ora che sai che il tuo costo delle merci vendute per l'anno è di €8.000 - puoi iniziare a prendere decisioni commerciali migliori e forse trovare nuovi fornitori con prezzi migliori.

Come calcolare il margine operativo?

Il margine di profitto operativo si calcola dividendo il profitto operativo per le entrate totali ed esprimendo questo risultato in percentuale.
Può essere risolto in una formula:
Margine di profitto operativo = (reddito operativo / entrate) X 100

Cos'è il reddito netto?

Il reddito netto è il profitto del vostro business dopo aver sottratto le spese e le altre deduzioni consentite. Le spese includono le spese di vendita, generali, amministrative, operative, di ammortamento, di interesse, di tasse e altre.

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