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## How do you calculate gross profit for a period?

The gross profit formula is: **Gross Profit Revenue Cost of Goods Sold.**

## How do you calculate gross profit example?

You can find the gross profit **by subtracting the cost of goods sold (COGS) from the revenue. For example, if a company had $10,000 in revenue and $4,000 in COGS, the gross profit would be $6,000. This figure is on your income statement.**

## How do you calculate monthly gross profit?

To figure gross monthly revenue, **add up your total sales revenue for the month. For a gross revenue example, say you sold $11,500 in goods or services last month. That translates into $11,500 in gross monthly revenue.**

## How do you calculate gross profit from transactions?

**Gross Profit Sales Revenue Cost of Goods Sold** There were also returns and allowances for a total of $1,000.

## How do you calculate gross profit per month?

Simply **take the total amount of money (salary) you’re paid for the year and divide it by 12. For example, if you’re paid an annual salary of $75,000 per year, the formula shows that your gross income per month is $6,250.**

## How do you calculate gross profit with example?

You can find the gross profit **by subtracting the cost of goods sold (COGS) from the revenue. For example, if a company had $10,000 in revenue and $4,000 in COGS, the gross profit would be $6,000. This figure is on your income statement.**