A Systematic Approach for Measuring the Profitability of the Firm.
Profitability Accounting is an allocation process, which measures the gross and net contribution to the Firm's profits of a given revenue stream.
An Accounting analysis, which calculates a series of direct and indirect rates per timekeeper per hour allocated to a defined revenue stream to measure gross and net contribution to Firm profits.
Who should use Profitability Accounting?
What is Profitability Accounting? With this information, the Firm can improve its profits due to a better understanding of their:
Improve Firm profits due to a better understanding of their:
When should Profitability Accounting be used?
Measurement of Profitability of Revenue:
Where should Profitability Accounting be used? As Frequently as any Financial Management Tool�
Why use Profitability Accounting?