Pricefox guarantees you an accurate formula that **calculates all of your fees and give you the right amount of your net profit**.

Now how can i set up my formula and what all these fields mean?

**Default Listing/Repricing Quantity**: In this field you can select the default quantities for listing or repricing.

**Vendor Fees Rate(%) (VFR)**: It's the state taxes (basically for US market) and it adds this percent to the cost price. Most states have these taxes, but some not.

It's suggested to add a value between 0% - 10% (10% is the maximum value that a state has).

**Profit Rate(%) (PR)**: It's the preferred net profit in per cent.

**Fixed Margin($) (FM)**: This fixed margin replaces the profit % and it gives you the net profit in amount, and not to per cent.

**Min Margin($) (MM)**: This minimum margin replaces the Profit % or the Fixed Margin if both of them is lower than the Min Margin (it gives you again the profit in amount, and not to per cent).

**Paypal Fees Rate(%) (PFR)**: As it's known, PayPal fees have this type: for example 3.4% + $0.2 This field is about your PayPal fees in percent.

**Paypal Fees($) (PF)**: As it's known, PayPal fees have this type: for example 3.4% + $0.2 This field is about your PayPal fees in amount.

**Selling/Other Fees Rate(%) (SFR)**: Here you can add your eBay fees or any other fees that be counted on the final selling price.

**Include Suppliers shipping**: You can choose if you want by the formula to calculate the shipping cost which Pricefox supports from the supported suppliers.

**[SOS]**: It's very important for everyone to understand that you can create as many formulas you want and use them of course, **BUT each product has its own formula**.

For example if i have set up all of my listing with my default formula, i can update one listing of them and choose for example a different profit % or any field of my formula.

For more see here:

https://price-fox.com/default-settings/