An unpaid invoice?

Calculate here how much additional turnover you must generate to compensate for it.

The gross margin basically is the difference between the total income of the company (the turnover) and the costs paid to realise that operating income. In many cases (such as in this calculator) this margin is expressed in a percentage. In order to obtain this percentage, you divide the difference by the turnover.

Calculate the extra revenue you have to generate to compensate for unpaid invoices (and don't be shocked by the amount)

There is no way around it: unpaid invoices mean you have worked and incurred costs, without any compensation. The amount that you do not receive means you have to increase your revenue by quite a bit extra. Calculate with us.

Say your gross profit margin is 10 %. On 100000 Euro turnover you therefore have 10000 Euro “profit before taxes”. You invoiced 750 Euro, but you never received payment. This is 750 Euro pure loss because… your costs to generate the turnover remain the same. Your profit is now at 9350 Euro. To get your profit back to 10000 you have to generate 7500 Euro extra turnover, or in other words earn back 10 times the one unpaid invoice.

Are you curious as to how much extra turnover you need to generate to compensate for your unpaid invoice?

    1. Enter the amount of your unpaid invoice above, as well as the percentage of your gross profit margin.
    2. Make sure you are sitting down when the amount appears
    3. Submit a claim via Unpaid
    4. Relax and breathe again. All will be well. We will make sure of this.