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What is revenue reserve?

  THE REVENUE RESERVE IS THAT PART OF PROFIT THAT HAS BEEN NOT GIVEN TO THE SHAREHOLDER BUT RETAINED IN THE BUSINESS FOR FURTHER GROWTH. HENCE REVENUE RESERVE AS PAR DEFIN (MORE)

Who is a revenue manager?

A Revenue Manager in Travel and Tourism industries (Airlines, Hotel, Rent-a-Car...) is somebody who maximise the revenue through the optimisation of the allocation, in others (MORE)

Difference between average revenue and marginal revenue?

  "Average revenue", for a specific level of sales, is the total revenue divided by the number of units sold, or in other words, revenue per unit, or, simply, "price". Thi (MORE)

What is difference betweenEarned revenue and unearned revenue?

Earned Revenue = The revenue benefits of which have been provided to customers Unearned Revenue = The amount of which is already received but the corresponding benefits or s (MORE)

What is expected revenue?

the income that you will be expecting to receive, included with your start up cost, when preparing to start up your business
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What is revenue receipts?

It is revenue without any liability. Revenue receipts of government includes earning from tax incomes(like corporation tax, income tax, custom) and non tax income(like interes (MORE)
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What sports generate the most revenue?

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 (MORE)
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What is an importance of revenue?

The importance of revenue to a business is, it shows how much money goes into the business & also if you subtract if from costs then it shows how much profit has been made. Ho (MORE)

How does Google get its revenue?

By selling the software it creates and commisions that advertisers pay to keep their advertisements on Google (and that is why there are sponsored links).
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What is License revenue?

It's revenue gained from the licensing of a certain product or service as opposed to the physical product itself. For example a software vendor can sell 10 copies of it's sof (MORE)