Margin Calculator

The total cost spend on your campaigns

The calculated revenue

The margin on the spend

The calculated profit

If you want to find out an item's revenue, and you already know its cost and your desired profit margin percentage, then this margin calculator is what you need. There are a few more variables you can compute, such as cost of goods sold (how much you paid for the stuff you sell), profit margin, revenue, and profit. As a general rule, your profit margin determines how healthy your business is - low margins mean that any change for the worse will be disastrous. Having high-profit margins means there's a lot of room for errors.

How to calculate profit margin?

Margin, profit margin, gross margin, and gross profit margin are all somewhat vague terms used in different contexts. Generally, costs do not include expenses other than COGS. Following is a method on how a margin is calculated, but to save time and effort you can use our Margin calculator. Margins are calculated simply by a percentage, but unlike markup, they are based on revenue, rather than on cost of goods sold (COGS).

  1. Calculate your COGS (cost of goods sold). Let's say you have $40.
  2. Calculate your revenue (how much you sell these goods for, for example $60).
  3. Subtract your cost from your revenue to find your gross profit. $60 - $40 = $20 .
  4. Divide gross profit by revenue: $20 / $60 = 0.4.
  5. In percentage terms: 0.4 * 100 = 40%.

Formula for calculating gross margin

Businesses use the profit margin as a ratio to measure their profitability. Simply put, it is a measure used to calculate profits against sales. In order to calculate the profit margin, revenues and net profits must be considered. Profit margin is expressed in percentages, which shows how much a business earns from every dollar of revenue.
In order to assess a company's financial health, stakeholders use this profitability ratio. Profit margins can be categorized into four types: gross profit margin, operating profit margin, pretax profit margin, and net profit margin. Deducting all expenses, taxes, and duties from revenue results in net profit. The net profit margin is the most commonly calculated profit margin by businesses.

Following formula helps us calculate Gross Margin Perccentage:

  • gross_margin = 100 * profit / revenue (when expressed as a percentage).
  • To calculate profit, use the following formula: profit = revenue - costs, alternative margin formula can be: margin = 100 * (revenue - costs) / revenue.
  • Knowing how to calculate profit margin, here is the formula for revenue: revenue = 100 * profit / margin.
  • You can calculate how much you can pay for an item based on margins and revenue (or profit) by doing: costs = revenue - margin * revenue / 100

How to use Margin Calculator

The tool can help you calculate any one detail from Cost, Revenue, Margin, or Profit.

  • Simply enter any three values in the tool. Let's say you want to find a Margin, so you enter the values of cost, revenue, and profit in the respective input options.
  • Now, click on the Calculate Button to calculate the value.
  • The tool will then provide you with the results of the value you asked it to find.