What does net price mean?

Answer

Net price for a product or service is the cost after deducting sales tax, discounts and rebates. In education, the net price is tuition less any grants or scholarships received.

Since 2011, colleges and universities offering student aid programs are required to post a net price calculator on their websites to determine enrollment cost for one year of undergraduate study. Bookkeeping systems use net price to express the value of goods and services. Long-term trade agreements lasting over one month may set a net price within a written contract. Spot market pricing uses net price as a basis for a contract lasting less than one month.

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if you mean "Net Price", it's the amount after deducting trade discount and cash discount.
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"nett" means all taxes and surcharges are included in the pricing. " means you still need to add certain taxes and/or surcharges to the price indicated. hope it helps
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ok, fyi here is how to get the gross price to show in your shop: admin/includes/modules/product/preview_info.php around line 56, change PHP Code: to PHP Code: <td class="pageHeading
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The formula for nett price depends upon many factors which include the actual cost price for the product, additional costs for middlemen which is not included in the cost mentioned
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