Did I make a profit on that?
In this week’s tip, I will show you how to find out if you made a profit.
Simply put, you make a profit if the money you take in is more than the money you pay out.
So the formula looks like this:
Income – Expenses = Profit (or Loss – in the event that you spent more than you took in)
Here is my Excel Worksheet for Coffee Island a chain of Coffee Shops. In the spreadsheet I am logging the sales and expenses for each week.
To create the formula
Place the cursor in the cell where you want the answer to appear
Type an = sign
Click on the first cell ( in this case, the cell with the income for Week 1- B15)
Type a – (minus) sign (use the hyphen)
Then click on the next cell ( in this case the cell with the expenses for Week 1 – B24)
So here I have a profit in Week 1
I can now go ahead and do the same for each column to see if I made a profit in every week.
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In next week’s blog we will start to see how Microsoft Word can support your business process.
Till next time..