This margin calculator will help you to price correctly in order to maintain healthy profits and stay on par or better with your competitors. The variables include cost of good sold (COGS…what did the item cost you?), the price you sell it for, and your profit.
This tool comes in handy if you are trying to maintain a minimum profit level while still offering a discount to a valued customer, or negotiating a bulk sale.
While using this calculator may be time-consuming, it is an excellent tool to provide a snapshot of where you are now, and to forecast the financial picture of your business in the future. It allows you to account for many different sources of revenue and cost scenarios.
This calculator is crucial to setting sales goals. It will account for your monthly fixed costs and the variable costs of each product you sell, and then provide you with the necessary sales volume and revenue needed to meet your goals.
If you are evaluating loan options, or need to determine a monthly payment for a commercial building or other fixed-rate business loan, this calculator will help you.
You may be considering lending somebody money or investing in their business. By accounting for the interest rate you will charge, you can know what today’s money will be worth in the future. This calculator can also help you account for inflation or cost-of-living increases when determining salaries.
Large, capital-intensive purchases such as cars or machinery begin to depreciate, or lose value as soon as the owner takes delivery of them. Determining depreciation is a vital part of tax planning and accounting for the future value of such assets. Use this calculator to assist in your planning.
The current ratio is current assets divided by current liabilities. It is also known as a working capital ratio. This vital balance sheet ratio indicates the ability of a business to pay current bills. Why? Current assets include cash and any assets that can be converted to cash within one year. Current liabilities are due to be paid to creditors within one year. The “bankers’ rule” is a ratio of 2:1. In other words, a business should have $2 of current assets for every $1 or current liabilities.
Business owners always want to know how a purchase, contract or investment will pay off; the ROI (return on investment). This calculator will determine ROI for an investment previously made, and estimate an expected ROI for an investment under consideration. Keep in mind that the calculation is only useful if the variables are based on sound criteria.
If you own a website and sell advertising, this calculator will help you determine how much traffic you will need in order to meet revenue goals. In other words, you may charge advertisers an amount per 1000 impressions and need to know how much traffic is necessary to pay your bills. This calculator does not distinguish between different banners on a page, it merely accounts for revenue per page impression.
CPM is short for “Cost Per Thousand”, as “M” is the Roman numeral for 1000. If you are looking to advertise your products or services and need to buy traffic, this calculator will help you to evaluate the best use of your advertising budget. You will be able to compare CPM from different websites.
Accurate accounting of your marketing funnels can be elusive, but this calculator can be of great help. Variables include from the top of the funnel to the bottom: impressions, CTR (click through rate), visits, leads, and at last, customers. With this calculator, you can determine your cost per click, lead, and per customer and your revenue per click, per lead, and per customer.
You may have a software company and you want to estimate your budget. It is common for software companies to struggle with determining ACV, or annual contract value…what a software company can expect to earn from a contract.
Variables include cost per user, number of users granted access to the software, any discounts you may offer, and duration of contract.
If you are buying software, this calculator can help you to check the accuracy of what the software sales rep is telling you.
Perhaps it is the end of a month, quarter, or any other reporting period and you may need to determine the value of your current inventory. You may have set goals for maintaining inventory at certain levels and this tool will help you track your progress.
Quickly determine growth of prices, costs, sales, profits, losses, or any business metric using this simple calculator.
Quickly determine the decline of prices, costs, sales, profits, losses, or any business metric using this simple calculator.