Gross profit margin
Return on sales
Net profit margin
Net capitalized cost
Adjusted cost basis
Earnings before interest and taxes
Adjusted capitalized cost
Gross sales minus returns, discounts, and allowances.
The gross proceeds from sales of merchandise less sales returns and allowances and sales discounts.
Total gross sales revenue less goods returned, sales allowances and discounts.
Gross sales less allowances for returns and discounts.
Sales less returns for credit, allowances and discounts.
Sales at gross invoice amounts less any adjustments for returns, allowances, or discounts taken.
Gross revenues realized less discounts, refunds, and returns of merchandise.
Gross sales less returns and allowances, freight out, and cash discounts allowed.
gross volume less returns, discounts, and allowances.
From Gross Sales or Gross Revenues (referred to as Turnover in some businesses) are deducted the value of returned merchandise, and allowances to customers for damaged goods, and discounts for prompt payment.
gross sales reduced by customer discounts, returns, freight out, and allowances
The gross operating income, less the cost of returned goods and allowances.
Sales revenue less sales discounts and credit card fees.
Overall sales to third parties adjusted for discounts and/or return of product. Excludes inter-segment sales.
Number of actual sales of a book (ie, not counting copies sent to distributors and later returned).
The revenues received by a retailer during a given time period after deducting customer returns, markdowns, and employee discounts.
is gross sales less discounts, allowances, sales returns, freight out, etc.
Sales after discounts and returns.
dollar sales amount remaining when reduced by sales tax and any returns or allowances.
the total amount of rentals minus returns, discounts and adjustments (skips, stolens and charge-offs).
A company's total sales less returned merchandise and discounts. Listed on the statement of earnings.
Gross sales minus adjustments and returns. The final figure.
Sales revenue less sales returns and allowances and sales discounts.
This amount reflects a company's sales for a period less any adjustments for discounts, credits or other miscellaneous items.
Amount of sales found by subtracting returns and allowances from money collected for goods and services
Total sales minus any adjustments for returns or discounts. Back to main document.
For accrual-based businesses, the dollar amount of revenue earned (net of allowance accounts) during an accounting period.
Total (gross) sales minus discounts and minus returns and allowances. In some cases, delivery or shipping costs are deducted to arrive at net sales.
Net sales is the gross amount of Sales minus Sales Returns and Allowances, and Sales Discounts for the time interval indicated on the income statement. To Top
Gross sales minus returns and allowances, over a specified period.
Total sales of a business minus discounts, returns and pricing adjustments.
The total sales of a company minus returned merchandise and discounts.
The amount left when returns, discounts, and allowances are deducted from sales revenue.
Gross sales minus returns and allowances and sales discounts for prompt payment. Also called Net Sales Revenue.
the total value of the enterprise's sales to customers less discounts and returns. Page 329
Gross sales less sales discounts and sales returns and allowances.
This is the actual dollar amount of all items sold, excluding sales tax.
The amount of money generated by gross sales minus the cost of goods sold.
Gross sales less any applicable excise taxes, returns, allowances and discounts or rebates given to customers.
Revenue or income from sales after returns and allowances are deducted.
A company's total sales minus certain types of returns, allowances and discounts.
A companyâ€™s total sales minus returned merchandise and discounts. Listed in the profit and loss account.
The amount a seller receives from the buyer after costs associated with the sale are deducted.
Sales dollars the company receives; gross sales minus returns and allowances.
Gross sales reduced by inter-divisional transfers and excise duty equal net sales.
Total revenue (Gross Sales) generated after subtracting out all voids, returns, comps, or discounts, overhead, payroll, etc.
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