Why is LibDib's margin calculating higher than 15%?

It is important to recognize that we charge 15-20% margin based on the selling price; we don't charge 15-20% markup based on the Maker price. 

So for instance, if you sell your product to RB&Rs for $115, we take our 15% and then pay you $97.75. ($115 - 15% = 97.75)

However, if we were to charge a 15% markup, it would look more like this: 

 That same Maker price of $97.75 + 15% margin = $112.41


Here’s another way of thinking about this: your Maker price will be 82% or 85% of the wholesale price (depending on if you’re selling spirits or wine).


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