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We aim to make 50% profit from a shipment, right?

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Hey all. Newbie here about to do his first order and getting a little confused.

  1. Should I ship direct to Amazon or to a company like FBA Inspection (forwarding only) so that they can pass any import tax on to me?
  2. We aim to make 50% profit from a shipment, right? So if a product costs $3-$5 from China, amazons take $4.50 fee, then we have import tax and the product sells for $16.99 it doesn’t leave much for profit. Am I missing something here?

Thanks in advance for you help.

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If the product sells for $16.99 $3-5 is too expensive for me, my rule is 20% for cost and shipping

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Me too! When I started the fees were leaving me a whopping $1.34…Amazon was making more than me! Be careful when selecting which products to sell, getting into competitive markets.

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I would aim to buy a product that fits inside a shoe box, then buy low, PL it, sell it for 3x as much since Amazon minimums for fees are around $3.50-$4.50. That’s my standard, and it works well!

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If the product sells for $16.99 $3-5 is too expensive for me, my rule is 20% for cost and shipping

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If the product sells for $16.99 $3-5 is too expensive for me, my rule is 20% for cost and shipping

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