Operating Profit Formula

Operating profit measures the amount of money, a company makes from its core business activities. It does not include the other income expenses which is not related to the core activities of the business. It represents the total profit earned from business operations before the deduction of interest and taxes. It is also referred to as earnings before interest and tax (EBIT). Given below operating profit formula to find the total revenue of a company.


Operating Profit = Gross Profit - Operating Expenses

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Operating profit formula is defined as operating expenses which is detected from gross profit. You can also navigate to operating profit calculator page given above to make your calculations simple by getting the result in various currencies as you have chosen.

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