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  • - prices for consumables;
  • - the amount of payments to personnel.
First, calculate the cost of materials.This is the most obvious, but not really a simple item of expenditure.Consider not only the direct costs - hair dye (Barber), detergents (for consumer services), paper for printing (for the studio), gasoline (for cargo), etc., but also indirect, for example, removable filterswashing machines or print cartridge, and then the car repair.
If you bought equipment for the job, such as computers, printers, clippers, vacuum cleaners, car, calculate depreciation.To do this, think for about or find out exactly (in the financial statements) life of the product and divide the cost for the time for which the equipment proved.You ca
n calculate depreciation in other ways, depending on the characteristics of your work.
Calculate the total and additional wages, taking into account premiums, deductions and other deductions, including deductions for social insurance and accident insurance.
Put together all the amounts received - the cost of materials, depreciation, wages and deductions for social - and take from this amount, 20%.It will be your overhead costs.
from the same amount of 50%, calculate and collect the resulting amount for general expenses.Read the full cost, adding all amounts received.
add to the cost of an additional 50% to get the planned savings.In general, you have come to the wholesale price.Increase it by 50% - and you get the retail price.Also, do not forget about VAT.
Note that all the costs you would expect for a number of services provided for a certain period of time.To get a price for a service provided at a time, divide the total amount by the estimated number of services for the settlement period of time.