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## Visual for Difference between Profit and cost

 Data table 1 Calculated column Person Product Number Job Title Hours Rates Cost Sandra KICK 1 Managing Partner 50 100 5000 Priscilla KICK 2 Business Director 25 80 2000 Besty KICK 3 Account Director 12.5 60 750 Alberta KICK 4 Account Manager 6.25 40 250 Data table 2 Person Product Number Job Title Revenue KPI Sandra KICK 1 Managing Partner 10000 Priscilla KICK 2 Business Director 5000 Besty KICK 3 Account Director 2500 Alberta KICK 4 Account Manager 1250

Hi I am trying to subtract the cost from the revenue above for the two different tables on 1 visual but I am struggling. I tried using the KPI but i doesnt show the difference.

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Relate the two tables on Person or you may need a Person bridge table with unique values and relate both tables to it. You should then be able to create a measure like:

`RevenueCost = [Revenue KPI] - SUM(RELATED(Table1[Cost]))`

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Relate the two tables on Person or you may need a Person bridge table with unique values and relate both tables to it. You should then be able to create a measure like:

`RevenueCost = [Revenue KPI] - SUM(RELATED(Table1[Cost]))`

Become an expert!: Enterprise DNA
External Tools: MSHGQM
Latest book!:
The Definitive Guide to Power Query (M)

DAX is easy, CALCULATE makes DAX hard...
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Thanks, I am grateful. I had been grappling with this for a while.

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