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Calculating the profit

Author: 
Dale M. Johnson, Extension Specialist, Farm Management


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When you subtract out variable/operating, fixed/overhead, and depreciation expenses from the income, the result is profit. With the profit, you can pay yourself (If you haven’t already expensed a salary for yourself), grow the business, and pay down debt principal.

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