Sales Analysis



Takes the total expense of each line item and divide it by the total net sales to reveal the percentage of sales of that expense.  It is used in financial planning,  business modeling and controlling certain expenses with respect to increase and/or decrease in sales. For example if there is a net loss of 3% you can reduce specific expenses by 3%, or increase sales to cover the 3%, or increase prices by 3%, or perhaps a mix of all three strategies.  These year-end expenses can be captured from the annual totals of individual expenses on the “Income Statement”.


Sales Analysis Template


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