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Table for figuring net profits

If your cost of doing business figured on the sales is represented by one of the percentages on the top line, and your marketing goods at one of the percentages above. Delivered cost is shown (column. The percentage of net profit is represented by the figure at the junction of the two columns. For example, if your cost of doing business is 15% of your gross sales and you mark a line at 25% above your costs, is net profit is 5% on sales, as shown in the diagram. If your cost of doing business is 18% and you mark a line at 60%, your profit is 19 1/2% on sales.

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