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Businesses will not be successful unless they charge a price for their products that covers the total cost of production.

This is true regardless of whether you are making something that costs $0 to produce or $100,00,00.

A business can only stay afloat if it charges enough money for its products and services in order to cover those costs.

The first step in this process is understanding what your total cost of production is.

You may think that this includes just the materials and labor involved in producing each product, but there are also additional factors like shipping fees, taxes, marketing expenses.

Other miscellaneous items that need to be accounted for as part of your total cost of production per item sold.

Once you have a handle on the cost of your production, you need to figure out how much profit you want.

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A business will not be successful unless it charges a price for its products that covers the total costs of production.

This is true regardless of whether an item costs $0 or $100,00,00.

A business can only stay afloat if it charges enough money for their products and services in order to cover those costs ‍- meaning they must have a positive cash flow at all times.

The first step in this process is understanding what their total cost of production per unit sold is (i.e., materials + labor).

Once businesses know this number, then they’ll also know when they are making too little on each sale and when they are making.

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