There’s a good chance you’ve got your favourite go-to figure in your Sales Report… perhaps it’s the totals row at the bottom of the first section, or maybe it’s the very last number in the TOTAL row… those figures seem the most straight forward right? But how about all of the other rows and numbers in between? Well, guess what, after you’ve read this post you’ll understand it all, it’s easy. When it comes to the Sales Report you’ll be able to say, “Yep, I get it!”.

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So, there’s the Sales Report, and here’s the main gist of it in a nut shell—the Total Revenue Summary figure is the total revenue from all of the rows above it added together; the Total Revenue Summary with Corrections figure is the Total Revenue Summary figure plus or minus the totals in the rows immediately above; the Total Costs Summary figure is the total amount spent by the salon (by adding up the negative totals in the rows immediately above); and the TOTAL figure is the Total Revenue Summary with Corrections figure minus Total Costs Summary figure.

Got it? Okay, so that might have gone over your head. Let’s take a closer look at the Sales Report by going to this article. The article will further break it down by explaining what each row and number means.

One last tip—with Simple Salon you’re not restricted to the salon, right? So, go ahead and have a play with this report anywhere, anytime… it doesn’t have to be at work. Even take a moment to enjoy your business reports next time you’re kicking back with a coffee at the cafe.