Markup and Margin - Two Set Comparison

Created by Mateusz Mucha, Piotr Małek and Tibor Pal, PhD candidate
Reviewed by Jack Bowater
Based on research by
Scarborough, N.M.; Cornwall, J.R. Essentials of Entrepreneurship and Small Business Management (2016)
Last updated: Mar 13, 2022
Markup and Margin - Two Sets compares 2 different markups or margins at the same time.

This calculator is a slight variation of the profit margin and markup calculators. It lets you calculate two separate prices and compare them, so you can be sure you are maximising your profits. Let's give you an example; you know you want to have a profit margin of anything between 35% and 40%. The object costs you $100, so you need to set your price between $153.85 and $166.67. You can set both margins (or both markups) to auto save to speed up the process if you're dealing with hundreds of items. Just enter the cost and you'll have your min and max prices!

Mateusz Mucha, Piotr Małek and Tibor Pal, PhD candidate
Common
Cost
$
First set
Margin
%
Markup
%
Revenue
$
Profit
$
Second set
Margin
%
Markup
%
Revenue
$
Profit
$
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