Profit is calculated as the difference between the Selling Price and expenses incurred during the production and distribution of the book. Profit = (Selling Price – Expenses (Distribution Cost + Production Cost)) - 20% NP Processing fee. Notion Press pays all the profits that result from International sales minus a 20% processing fee to account for the tax deductions, currency exchange and the wire transfer fees levied on money transfer from distributors.

**International Sales Earnings:**

Let us assume, the Selling Price of a book is $10.99, and the production cost of the book is $3/-. Now, the profits would be calculated as

Profits = [Selling Price - (Distribution Cost {40% of Selling Price} + Production Cost) ] - 20% Processing Fee

= [$10.99 - ($4.39 + $3)] - 20%

= [$10.99 - $7.39] - 20%

= $3.6 - $0.72 = $2.88

$2.88 would be your earnings per book sold via Amazon.com and other Amazon international websites.

**International Expanded Distribution:**

Let us assume, the Selling Price of a book is $10.99, and the production cost of the book is $3/-. Now, the profits would be calculated as

Profits = [Selling Price - (Distribution Cost {60% of Selling Price} + Production Cost) ] - 20% Processing Fee

= [$10.99 - ($6.59 + $3)] - 20%

= [$10.99 - $9.59] - 20%

= $1.4 - $0.28 = $1.12

$1.12 would be your earnings per book sold via any of the Ingram Distribution Channels