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"Revenue" is all the money made off a product before taxes and expenditures are taken into account. For example, if you sell a product for $10, your revenue is $10. Tax is $0.70, and say you spent $2 just to make the product. Your PROFIT is ten minus two minus seventy-cents. Do not confuse REVENUE with PROFIT. They are different.
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Yeild from property or investment; income The amount of money that a company actually receives during a specific period, including discounts and deductions for retu…rned merchandise. It is the "top line" or "gross income" figure from which costs are subtracted to determine net income. Revenue is calculated by multiplying the price at which goods or services are sold by the number of units or amount sold.
Some of the sports that generate the most revenue include soccer and football. Soccer is the most watched sport globally and that is why it generates a lot of income from …television rights and corporate sponsorships.
An individual service subscriber who generates recurring revenue for a company. This is used as a performance measure with analysts, investors and other participants. Investor…s will look for a company to increase its revenue generating units over time because this suggests that the company is remaining competitive. We use the term "Revenue Generation" instead of "sales" or "marketing" because the discipline of generating revenue should penetrate every corner of your organization. Revenue generation doesn't just reside in your sales & marketing department.
It earns through the advertising- supported revenue model
Output directly generates revenue for business. Output
By advisory fees on activities such as acquisitions, by commissions on activities such as IPOs, market making bid/ask spreads, and through trading their own money on the finan…cial markets (proprietary trading).
Educate and provide public welfare
tourist pay taxes
Not necessarily. Let's say a company sold services on December 20th, 2009 for $50 million. If they sold these services on account, the journal entry would be: Accounts Recei…vable $50 million Service Revenues $50 million This company would have $50 million in Revenues but $0 in cash flow for 2009. If they payment is received in 2010, it would look like this: Cash $50 million Accounts Receivable $50 million. Here they would have (if this is their only entry) $50 million of cash flow and $0 of revenue. It is the difference between cash and accrual basis accounting.
so government officials can go out and have big fancy dinners and do nothing for it country
Revenue is before expenses or other costs of doing business. Revenue may be goods or services sold, or rent income , subscription income, interest income, or many other form…s of income.
Sources of revenue to Nigeria are petroleum, electricity and taxes
State revenues generally come from income taxes and sales taxes. People respond negatively to attempts to raise these or other taxes. But there are things they want their stat…e to do and are willing to pay for. As taxes go up, the people tend to elect leaders that want less spending.
In South Africa
Foreign exports (raw materials, processed goods, agricultural goodsand minerals) Foreign investment Company Taxes Personal income taxes VAT system
A "revenue generating sport" helps to raise money/fund for the organizer of the event. They are marked by various sponsors and costly entry fees.