Priceless

Your Ultimate Pricing Calculator Tool

Priceless

Your Ultimate Pricing Calculator Tool

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the pricing calculator for?
The calculator is a tool for examining your pricing to the customer. It can protect you from too low a bid that will result in a loss or too high a bid that will cause you to lose a deal.
Should I give a lower bid than I wanted in case the calculator shows lower price?
Of course if the market prices allow you to offer a higher price than the one obtained from the calculator you are advised to maximize the profit from the deal and offer the maximum price you can get.
If the calculator shows me a loss from the transaction, should I give up the transaction?
It is not always worth giving up a deal if it is a loss and each case must be considered on its own merits. a few examples :
  1. If it is a long-term strategic customer that can generate profits in the future
  2. If it is a losing product but other products can be sold at a profit to the same customer
  3. If I have no other income maybe it is better to cover some of your fixed costs even if not all of them
  4. Maybe this customer can bring me other customers and then the loss could also be in place of my marketing expenses?
If I want to stop the deal, what do I need to do?
Once you choose to unsubscribe your account will not be charged from the following month you decide to unsubscribe it (for example: if you decide to unsubscribe on January 15th from February 1st you will no longer be charged)
What is fixed cost?
A fixed cost is an expense that you will incur in your business even if it is closed and you have no income. On the other hand, a variable expense you only spend if you make sales: a few examples:
  1. If you pay rent / property tax / electricity / water this is a fixed expense that is not dependent on sales.
  2. If you pay for bookeeping it is a fixed expense that is not dependent on sales.
  3. If you pay consultants this is a fixed expense that is not dependent on sales.
  4. If you pay an hourly employee and on the other hand charge the customer for his hours, this is a variable expense, since it depends on sales.
  5. If you pay a marketing company a certain percentage of your revenue this is a variable expense since it depends on sales
What is "Management", "Non Management" "Mixed" employee ?
For simplicity, we divided the employees into 3 categories:
  1. Managment employee is an employee who 100% of his time is engaged in activities that can not be charged to the customer directly for his working hours
  2. Non-management employee This is an employee whose working hours we charge customers
  3. Mixed employee is an employee whose part of his working hours can not be charged to the customer and another part can be charged (example: a sole proprietor who spends 50% of his time marketing, collecting, etc. and 50% of the rest of his time he spends working hours with customers)
If I need help filling out the calculator what to do?
You can ask your accountant to give you a list of your fixed expenses in the business and your and your employees\' wage costs and then just put them in the calculator. You can contact us through the "Contact Us" page.