profit

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total revenue
selling price x quantity sold in a given time period
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cost of sales
cost of raw materials or stock. purchased to produce/supply a product/service
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gross profit
revenue - cost of sales
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operating profit
gross profit - expenses
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net profit for the year
operating profit - interest/tax and non operational expenses
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gross profit margin
(gross profit / sales) x 100
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operating profit margin
(operating profit / sales) x 100
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net profit for the year margin
(net profit for the year / sales) x 100
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what does the ratio tell us?
this ratio shows that for every £1 of sales they have made (% number) pence (gross profit, operating profit, net profit). the higher the percentage the better
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improving profitability- sales
increase quantity sold and increase price
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improving profitability- costs
lower costs and lower wastage
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improving profitability- labour
improve training to improve knowledge and skills of staff. boost output and productivity
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profit
sales - costs = profit
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cash
money in the bank and assets (e.g. stock) that are easily converted into money
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asset
what a business owns e.g. stock, equipment
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cost of raw materials or stock. purchased to produce/supply a product/service

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cost of sales

Card 3

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revenue - cost of sales

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Card 4

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gross profit - expenses

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Card 5

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operating profit - interest/tax and non operational expenses

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