We show three graphs here that tell you all you need to know about
this product. Each block has a selector in the top right to switch
Each product has a price, a unit cost and a proportion of the business-wide
costs that it needs to pay for. The top-left block shows you how much of the price is left-over as profit (and where the costs are going).
If your net profit is below the line, you're losing money.
There's a line that you have to stay above if this product line is going to
be viable. That line is the break-even point - and we calculate it for you
based on your costs and price. If your sales forecast doesn't
stay above this line you'll be losing money.
The bottom block shows you how profitable this product will be each
- Gross Profit is the amount of money left when you've paid for your
- Net Profit is what's left after this product's share of the
business overheads have been deducted too.
You can alter the proportion of the business-wide costs
that this product is allocated by flipping-over its card on the
Products List page.