Well, off course that figure is all relative to the nature & activity that is taking place.
In the case of a "C" corporation, if you are generating that amount of net profit, then you will be paying income taxes at the corporate level far in excess of what you would be paying if you were operating as an S-Corp and trying to take money out as S-Corp distributions verses taking a salary.
You need to give me some additional detail for me to be able to give you any additional guidance.
1. What type of business are you involved in, how long has it been in business and is the revenue based upon your personal services or does your company sell a tangible or intangible product such as software?
2. What type of working capital does the company require and what do your current assets consist of? How much are you carrying in Cash, Accounts Receivable, & Inventory.
3. How do you plan to extract funds from the corporation?
What else do you consider important in terms of the company's ability to generate revenue/profit?