Segment margin, Financial Management

Segment Margin

This is the amount in which a business segment in a company contributes toward the common or indirect cost of the company. Therefore, it represents that segment's contribution to the overall profitability of the company.  It is usually measured as segment sales minus direct segment costs.

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