# How To Calculate Gross From Net Amount?

## 4 Answers

James Kent answered
It’s far easier to calculate the net amount of profits by looking at the gross figures, and this is because you are able to deduct expenses and other taxes gradually to get the conclusive calculation. If you want to add on all of the taxes and other costs onto your net profit, all you need to do is draw up a list of everything that was removed in the first instance. You also need to be exceptionally careful to calculate things correctly, and if you are accounting for VAT when calculating gross amounts, make sure that the percentage is accurate for the financial year you are working in.

Before you send over the information concerning your gross and net amounts onto the tax man, make sure you double check that all of the calculations are correct. In order to do this, you may wish to enlist the help of an accountant or another financial advisor, people who will specialise in catering to your needs exactly. Ideally, by getting someone who already knows your business, they will be able to question whether certain expenses are accurate because they will have working knowledge of how your company works. You might have the ability to work out your net and gross amounts precisely, but having a second pair of eyes to look over everything always helps!

For more information on gross and net amounts, you might wish to visit this website, which has a clear-cut definition to help you separate the two. From here, you’ll be able to ensure that your calculations are bang on the money: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gross_profit
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Anonymous answered
Gross amount = Net amount x 100 divided by 100 - y
where y is the tax rate
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Anonymous answered
Can some one help gross value having with 8 % discount, where Net Value = 188280.76
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Jeremy Heyes answered
The formula is Gross = Net * ( Tax rate / 100 + 1)
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