I'm trying to design a Profit and Loss template that calculates off an accounting software data dump. I will attempt to explain the problem here but I have included a summary in the linked workbook which would be easier.
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I have two problems:
The Formula: Basically, I need to calculate every cell in the Profit and Loss statement based on the below criteria: The Profit and Loss item accounts, e.g. Gross Income has 6 accounts. There is a reference table for these - so incorporate index match/vlookup? User selected data from 4 combo boxes.
I am thinking a SUMIFS formula (using the combo box values) and somehow combining a vlookup to pull the items accounts. I'm starting to think that VBA is the best method?
Tweaking: The attached workbook is a small example. The full data dump contains 60,000 rows.
I have a workbook that contains several worksheets. The 2 important sheets are Imports and Sales.
In reading the MS KB, the help screens and this forum, I found a way to create a pivot table from 2 sheets using Data>Pivot Table>Multiple Consolidation Ranges. While that PT will provide a basic inventory and profit picture, it only allows 4 selects.
When these products are imported there are several SKU's. What gums up the works is there are several vendors for the same SKU's. Each vendor has a different price. The selling price is constant so the profit made on each particular item varies.
I would like to be able to keep track of inventory by vendor as well as profit by vendor.
Using the Consolidation PT does not seem to work.
I also tried making one sheet to hold all the data. i.e. data showing imports and sales. However, each entry is driven by the date. So while item A was received on 1/1/07, it was not sold until 1/2/07. The necessary columns for imports are filled in while the columns for sales remain blank until it is their row entry indicating a particular sale. At which point all the columns regarding Imports are blank. I swear, looking at the data sheet with all those blanks (actually0's) is like looking at a mouth full of broken teeth. The resulting PT is also not attractive.
I can not imagine I am the first person to have this problem. How do others handle figuring inventory and profits when you have two sheets. Are Pivot Tables the wrong solution? What would be better?
I have multiple departments I need to keep track of multiple numbers with. For example, I need to see the cost of payroll for last fiscal year, vs this fiscal year and have excel show that as a gain (bad) or shrink (good).
I need to track sales this FY vs last FY, obviously, a gain is good and shrink is bad.
Finally, I need to track d&d goods this FY vs last FY.
Where I'm getting held up is, for example last year's payroll was 12000 and this year's is 12500 but next months is 11000 this FY vs 13000. How do I get excel to figure out that payroll decreasing is good and not just do simple subtraction or negative addition thereby allowing me to just plug the numbers in and excel figure out if what I'm throwing at the cell is bad or good comparing to last year?
Also, if I could figure out the if/then to show positive numbers green and negative numbers red that would be quite awesome too.
I have attached a chart I'm working on. Each item is assigned a part number and it automatically takes away from the inventory each time an item is sold. I was wondering if the bottom half could work with the top to determine profit.
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I know that gross profit is calcualted by subtracting the cost of goods sold from the selling price and that the gross profit margin is calculated by dividing gross profit by the selling price..but not coming up with a way to back out a selling price by just knowing the cost of goods sold and entering a desire gross profit margin?
I Produce something with a €2000 cost price. this is variable.
I Sell it for lets say € 2500,- to someone this is also a variable.
That's makes a Profit of € 500,- on the sale. This is 125% revenue
Until here, no problem using a spreadsheet. but now the difficult part.
I have to split of the 25% margin over 2 persons. This has to be done as follow:
a. The first slice is 2,25 for Mr A b. The second slice is 15,00 for MR B c. The Third Slice is 2,75 for mr A
This divides 20 of the 25 % over 2 persons. Still 5% margin remains
The last 5 is devided as follow: d. 85% for MR A e. 15% for MR B
So in this case: MR A receives: a:€45 + c:€55+ d:€85 = €185,- MR B receives: b:€250 + e:€15 = €265,-
The tricky part is when the margin is less than 20%. for example; If the margin is 14%. than only slice a. and a part of slice b. an be paid off. so in that case; MR A receives: a:€45 + c:€0+ d:€0 = €45,- MR B receives: b:€230 + e:€0 = €230,-
Any formula which calculates the revenue for MR A and B automatically based on only the cost and selling price.
A B 1 Cost price - €2000 2 Selling Price - €2500 3 MR A - €185,- 4 MR B -€265,-
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A is the original price B is the factor by which I multiply the original price to increase it C is the new figure which is reached after multiplying (1+B2)*A2 D is the costs related to that job (I enter these manually on a separate sheet within the workbook) E if the profit (C-D)
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