How do the colleges rank in terms of total merchandise sales?
-THIS ANSWER IS BASED OFF OF ONE OF THE MAJOR DISTRIBUTORS OF COLLEGE MARKETING. IT IS NOT AN ACCURATE RESOURCE BUT CAN BE USED AS A GUIDE
Although the "Tax Rate Finder" application apparently is not up-to-date or working currently, by navigating the Illinois Dept of Revenue website, all rates can be found. http://tax.illinois.gov/Publications/Sales/ As of 2009, the sales tax rate is as follows: Food tax (state): 1% General merchandise (state): 6.25% General merchandise (county): 0.25% General merchandise (city): 1.5% This makes the general merchandise tax total 8%. A local option sales tax was passed for the county in 2009, which will…
Which is the largest sports club in terms of total sales volume including tickets sponsorship merchandise and licensing?
$5 Million in ticket sales alone. An undetermined amount in donations (from the cbs special) and merchandise sales. He had a $10 Million Dollar goal. Having been at one of the concerts and seeing how many people were buying merchandise (the money from merchandise was also donated), I expect the total to exceed the $10 Million goal.
According to Billboard magazine, in the year 2012, Rush earned a total of $8,719,834.30. This figure was calculated from what they earned by touring, as well as what they earned from record sales, royalties, streaming and downloading, etc. It does not include money they made from sales of merchandise (like jackets or tour guides), so the figure might even be higher.
Juan's purchase before sales tax was added totaled 46.00 The total including tax was 48.76 What was the sales tax rate?
How to Create a spreadsheet showing the total sales income for each month using the correct formula and the grand total for all 3 months?
The scenario You are an administrative assistant working in a local company called "pear net" which speacialises in website hosting, registration, development and merchandise. Recently your company has launched a series of new customer services for new and existing customers. The figures below show the sales income for the four main types of the services sold during the first financial quarter (April, May & June). These figures were supplied by the sales department on a…
Asset turnover is the ratio of a company's net sales to their total assets. It can be used to measure how efficiently the company is using its assets to increase sales: a high ratio indicates efficiency, whereas a low ratio indicates inefficiency. It can be calculated by dividing the amount of sales by the company's assets.
Invoice is a documentary evidence of some transaction e.g. sales/purchase. In case of Sales we have Sales Invoice raised and in case of Purchase of we have Purchase Invoice. It enlists the summary of the transaction i.e. quantity, unit price, total price, date, vendor details, item descriptions, settlement terms, dates etc.
Total sales and total revenue are slightly different. Revenue is any type of money or income that is coming into the company, which may not always be a form of sales. Sometimes a company or business may receive revenue from investments, which is different from when it is selling an item. Sales are a part of a company's total revenue.