Everything you need to know about an income statement
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On the topic of Gross Profit and GP margin, I would like to kindly ask you for some clarification.
Is it not that if your GP margin is, let's say, 40%, it means that it would take 60 cents to produce your product and then sell it for a dollar?
So then, If you sold something for a dollar, and it took you 60 cents to produce it, what you're left with is 40 cents of gross profit. Hence, your business has a 40% gross profit margin.
Perhaps, I misread that part of the email, but I think there's a small typo.
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Thanks for this article. Super clear explanations as usual. Any suggestion about the level of margin % to consider as strong company advantage? for gross profit % and net profit % something around 40% and 20% or?
Well done article, thanks! Please, I have a question: if the cash flow statement uses the cash accounting aproach, why it does calculate begining with the "net income value", which is a value based an accrual accounting? It does not make much sense to me....
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