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Parts matrix, shop labor rate, add-ons, and maintaining the correct pricing strategy to ensure your shop is profitable. Discounts, coupons, and specials.

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  2. Gross Profit

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  3. Parts markup?

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  4. Storage fees.

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  5. Labor Rates

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  6. Parts markup

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  7. Price Sheets

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  8. SHOP LABOR RATE

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  9. Marking up parts

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  10. Napa Tams list/mark up

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  11. matrix help

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  12. Labor Rates

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  13. Question on List Price

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