# Crunching the Numbers: Your Monthly Profit Playbook with The Wholesale Formula”

Hey money maestros! So, you've embarked on the grand Amazon adventure, armed with The Wholesale Formula (TWF). I recently unearthed a the wholesale formula review, and there was this shimmering gem: a method to predict your potential monthly profit. No more guessing games, folks! Let’s dive into this treasure and make numbers your best pals.

Pop quiz! If you sold 100 unicorn mugs at \$20 each last month, your gross sales would be...? That's right, \$2,000! (Math is fun when unicorns are involved, right?)

Example: Sally, our imaginary seller friend, sold 200 magical spatulas at \$15 each. So, her gross sales? A cool \$3,000.

2. Deduct Amazon Fees:
Oh, Amazon. They do take their cut. Typically, this is around 15% of your sale price, but it can vary. Always double-check!

Example: For Sally's magical spatulas, Amazon takes its fee: 15% of \$15 is \$2.25. Multiply by 200 spatulas, and that's \$450 gone.

3. Subtract Product Cost:
This one's vital. How much did you shell out for each product? Deduct this from your gross.

Example: Each of Sally's spatulas cost her \$5. For 200 spatulas, she spent \$1,000.

4. Don’t Forget Other Expenses:
Think shipping, packaging, and maybe that extra sprinkle of fairy dust. Every penny counts!

Example: Sally spent \$1 per spatula on shipping and other costs. So, for 200 spatulas, she's looking at an additional \$200 out the window.

Time for the Grand Reveal: Monthly Profit!
Here's where the magic happens. Subtract your expenses from your gross sales, and voila!

Example for Sally:
Gross Sales: \$3,000
Minus Amazon Fees: \$450
Minus Product Cost: \$1,000
Minus Other Expenses: \$200
Total Monthly Profit: \$1,350

And just like that, Sally can see her potential earnings light up. Remember, these numbers are hypothetical, but the process? As real as it gets!