Landed Cost Calculations
Overseas purchases involve additional costs like freight and taxes; these are called your landed costs. Calculating your landed costs is important but often this done manually or not at all. Tall Emu helps you do this automatically.
What are Landed Costs?
When you are selling a product, one of the considerations is the cost of getting the product or ingredients or parts into the country. This is called landed costs and you need to be able to calculate it either as an estimate or an actual so that you know the true cost of the product. Only then can a business know how much profit it will make.
Why Tall Emu Makes Landed Cost Calculations Easy
Landed cost is the total cost of a product incurred from the time it is manufactured to the time it reaches the final destination, including shipping, customs duties, taxes, and other fees. Knowing the true cost of a product means you know what to sell it for and you can better maintain your profit margins.
- No more using Excel spreadsheets
- Gain the ability to use estimated landed costs
- Update actual Landed Costs and have applied automatically
- Shares the landed costs correctly with your Xero and MYOB accounting software
- Automatically have product pricing updated for selling
How to Calculate Landed Costs and Why it’s Important
Tall Emu enables you to calculate the landed cost using three methods by:
- Dollar value
Tall Emu enables an estimate and then ability to update the real costs later. By having landed costs calculated businesses gain a better insight into true costs of a product. Tall Emu simplifies this process while keeping MYOB or Xero up to date.
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