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# Profit Margins and Mark Ups

camnix
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If I am given a inventory sales price and a sales percentage margin only, how can I find the cost price of the inventory?

e.g: inventory at selling prices is £240000

Sales Margin is £144000

what is the cost price of the inventory for the shops financial statements?

I know this is probably basic mathematic formulas but can anyone tell me what that formula is?

Thanks

e.g: inventory at selling prices is £240000

Sales Margin is £144000

what is the cost price of the inventory for the shops financial statements?

I know this is probably basic mathematic formulas but can anyone tell me what that formula is?

Thanks

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## Comments

3150Selling price = Cost price + profit

If the sales margin is 60%, this means that the profit is 60% of the selling price.

The other

40% of the selling price is the cost.The selling price of the inventory is £240,000

40% of this is £144,000 so that is the cost

3Many thanks

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