Calculate the profit and segment of the organization, Finance Basics


Food and Beverages

Rooms, Restaurants and Other Services

Other Income

Total


$

$

$


Sales

580.13

1,093.37

51.42

1,724.92

Direct Cost

136.18

325.20

0.00

461.38

Gross Profit

443.95

768.17

51.42

1,263.54

GP %

76.53%

70.26%

100.00%

73.25%

Other cost

270.07

509.01

23.94

803.02

Net Profit

173.88

259.16

27.48

803.02

NP %

29.97%

23.70%

53.45%

46.55%

We can observe from the above table that all the areas are generating profit for the organization. The indirect cost has been allocated in proportion of the revenue generated by each segment of the organization.

 

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