# Margin calculator

The online margin calculator helps you calculate the following numbers, product selling prices, total margins and profits.

## Let's Start

Enter the required data in given box and click button and get fast results

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Gross Margin

###### How to use the Profit Margin Calculator
Enter the following values ​​to set the selling price of the product.

Step 1: Enter the item cost in the Item Cost: tool.

Step 2: Coding: Enter Coding Percentage

Step 3: Click the "Calculate" button. To get results

###### What is the difference between gross profit margin and net profit margin?
The difference between the amount of revenue and the cost of sales of the company is the gross profit. Net income can be deducted after deducting all types of taxes from sales, including sales tax. In the markup formula, net income is divided by annual sales, and in the gross profit formula, sales are subtracted from cost of sales and then divided by annual sales. Therefore, separate numbers are needed to calculate gross and net income. Both margins are included in the profitability ratio measure, but the net profit margin is a more rigid measure.

###### Advantages of the margin calculator
The win rate calculator has several benefits for its users. You can use this tool to take advantage of the following benefits:

With our online gross profit calculator, you can create a well thought out strategy and work on analyzing which trades are most profitable.

###### SPAN based calculation system
With the help of this GP calculator, everything is at your fingertips. You may need to contact brokerage firms several times to find out the points. This is no longer necessary, as our tool uses the SPAN algorithm to calculate gross margin to determine profit or loss.

###### Implementing a strategy
You may get stuck in manual margin calculation and need the help of a consultant. Gross Margin Calculator takes you out of this hassle and provides comprehensive results that won't let you trust anyone else.
###### Margin vs Margin
The percentage margin is the difference between the revenue and the cost of the product, while the margin is the percentage that represents the increase in the cost of a product or service to obtain the selling price. The difference between margin and markup is that the former is expressed as a percentage of sales while the latter is expressed as a percentage of costs.

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