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    Bed and Breakfast Net Profit Calculator.
    Chris Hayton

    This calculator will reveal how much money you have earned from doing business over a period of time.

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    It takes all the money you have received from your sales and any other revenue streams and subtracts all expenses, including operating expenses, financing costs, and taxes.

    Put, simply Net Profit is calculated as total revenue minus total expenses.

    Watch the video to see how to use the calculator - then click here



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