Use our 2/10 Net 30 Calculator, both in basic and advanced mode. Enter the data, total invoice, discount rate, early payment, net due days and other figures to calculate instantly. Further read the formula and solved examples to get more understanding of how it works.

## 2/10 Net 30 Calculator

Enter any 2 values to calculate the missing variables

**Formula:**

The formula is: $D = P \times r$

**Variables**

Variable |
Meaning |
---|---|

D | Discount Amount |

P | Invoice Amount (Total Price) |

r | Discount Rate (2%, or 0.02) |

**Solved Examples:**

**Example 1:**

**Given:**

- Invoice Amount (P) = $1,000
- Discount Rate (r) = 2% (or 0.02)

Calculation |
Instructions |
---|---|

Step 1: D = P \times r |
Start with the formula. |

Step 2: D = 1,000 \times 0.02 |
Replace $P$ with $1,000 and $r$ with 0.02. |

Step 3: D = $20 |
Multiply $1,000 by 0.02 to get $20. |

**Answer:** You can save **$20** by paying within 10 days.

**Example 2:**

**Given:**

- Invoice Amount (P) = $500
- Discount Rate (r) = 2% (or 0.02)

Calculation |
Instructions |
---|---|

Step 1: D = P \times r |
Start with the formula. |

Step 2: D = 500 \times 0.02 |
Replace $P$ with $500 and $r$ with 0.02. |

Step 3: D = $10 |
Multiply $500 by 0.02 to get $10. |

**Answer:** You can save **$10** by paying within 10 days.

**What is 2/10 Net 30 Calculator?**

The 2/10 Net 30 Calculator helps in calculating the discount available when an invoice is paid early. The term “2/10 Net 30” means that a 2% discount is offered if the invoice is paid within 10 days; otherwise, the full amount is due within 30 days. The formula $D = P \times r$ is used to calculate the discount amount you can save by paying early.

### Conclusion

The 2, 10 Net 30 Calculator is a wonderful tool. It helps businesses and individuals quickly determine how much they can save by taking advantage of early payment discounts, making financial planning easier.