revenue

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
gelir

Sinemalar, internet korsanlığı nedeniyle gittikçe gelir kaybediyorlar. - Movie theaters are losing more and more revenue due to internet piracy.

Onun geliri, emekli olduktan sonra iki katına çıktı. - His revenue doubled after retirement.

hasılat
{i} devlet geliri
kazanç
(Ticaret) devletin yıllık gelirleri
hükümetin vergi geliri
{i} maliye
{i} hazine (devlet)
bir hükümetin yıllık geliri
pu
gümrük muhafaza gemisi
{i} devletin geliri
revenue cutter gümrük kaçakçılığına engel olmak için kullanılan silahlı deniz motoru
varidat dairesi
revenue office maliye tahsil şubesi
kâr
irad
hazine
revenue administration
gelir idaresi başkanlığı
revenue administration
gelir idaresi
Revenue growth
Gelir artışı
revenue account
(Ticaret) gelir hesabı
revenue account ratio
(Ticaret) gelir hesabı oranı
revenue accruals
(Ticaret) gelir tahakkukları
revenue base
(Ticaret) gelir tabanı
revenue bond lease
(Ticaret) gelir paylaşım senetleri
revenue budget
(Ticaret) gelir bütçesi
revenue center
gelir merkezi
revenue cutter
gümrük muhafaza gemisi
revenue earned
(Ticaret) gerçekleşmiş hasılat
revenue gap
gelir açığı
revenue generating
gelir getiren
revenue generation
gelir elde etme
revenue items
(Ticaret) gelir kalemleri
revenue meter
gelir sayacı
revenue partnership
(Politika, Siyaset) gelir ortaklığı
revenue policy
(Ticaret) vergi politikası
revenue process
(Ticaret) gelir süreci
revenue producing funds
(Askeri) gelir getiren fonlar
revenue receipt
(Ticaret) gelir getirisi
revenue risk
(Ticaret) gelir riski
revenue sharing certificates
(Ticaret) gelir ortaklığı senetleri
revenue sharing certificates
(Ticaret) gelir ortaklığı senedi
revenue sharing funds
(Ticaret) gelir paylaşım fonları
revenue stamps
damga vergisi
revenue bond
gelir tahvili
revenue office
maliye
revenue office
defterdarlık
revenue officer
gümrük memuru
revenue reserve
ihtiyari yedek
revenue sharing bond
gelir ortaklığı senedi
revenue stamp
damga pulu
revenue assets
(Ticaret) döner varlıklar
revenue assets
(Ticaret) döner sermave
revenue board
maliye
revenue board
defterdarlık
revenue bond
(Ticaret) gelirle karşılanacak tahvil
revenue loss
gelir kaybı
revenue officer
gümrükçü
revenue officer
maliyeci
revenue producing funds
(Askeri) GELİR GETİREN FONLAR: Askeri personel ile bazı sivil personelin gereksinimlerini ve hizmetlerini karşılamak ve elde edilen karla sosyal yardım fonlarını desteklemek üzere kurulmuş bütçe dışı yatırımlar
revenue realization
(Ticaret) gelir tahakkuku
revenue realization
(Ticaret) gelirin gerçekleşmesi
revenue realization
(Ticaret) hasılatın gerçekleşmesi
revenue receipts
(Ticaret) nakdi hasılat
revenue recognition
(Ticaret) gelirin gerçekleşmesi
revenue stamp
bandrol pulu
revenue tariff
(Ticaret) gelir amaçlı tarife
revenue tax
(Ticaret) gelir getirici vergi
realized revenue
(Ticaret) gerçekleşmiş gelir
realized revenue
(Ticaret) gerçekleşen kar
realized revenue
(Ticaret) gerçekleşmiş kazanç
revenues
gelirler

Belediye başkanı, vergi gelirlerindeki azalmanın araştırılması gerektiğini düşündü. - The mayor thought that he should investigate the decline in tax revenues.

Size beklenen gelirlerin istatistiksel tahminlerini sağlayabilirim. - I can provide you with some statistical predictions of expected revenues.

revenues
gelir

Belediye başkanı, vergi gelirlerindeki azalmanın araştırılması gerektiğini düşündü. - The mayor thought that he should investigate the decline in tax revenues.

Size beklenen gelirlerin istatistiksel tahminlerini sağlayabilirim. - I can provide you with some statistical predictions of expected revenues.

fund revenue
fon gelirleri
kind of revenue
(Ticaret) gelir çeşidi
marginal revenue
(Bilim, İlim) Marjinal gelir, işletmenin bir birim fazla satması durumunda, toplam gelir miktarında meydana gelen değişim
revenue office
(Ticaret) maliye tahsil şubesi
sales revenue
(Ticaret) satış gelirleri
sales revenue
(Ticaret) satışlar
customs revenue
gümrük geliri
internal revenue
devlet geliri
marginal revenue
marjinal gelir
operating revenue
faaliyet geliri
operating revenue
işletme geliri
public revenue
kamu gelirleri
tax revenue
vergi geliri
Incremental revenue
Sabit aralıklarla artan ciro/gelir
balance of revenue
Gelir dengesi
controller of revenue
Gelirler kontrolörü
estimations of revenue
varidat tahminleri
export revenue
ihracat geliri
general directorate of revenue
(Finans) Gelir İdaresi Başkanlığı
operating revenue
işletme geliri, faaliyet geliri
program revenue
program gelir
service revenue
Hizmet gelirleri, hizmet alacakları
Internal Revenue Service
(Askeri) Devlet Gelirleri Dairesi
accrued revenue
(Ticaret) tahakkuk etmiş gelir
collector of internal revenue
(Ticaret) vergi toplayıcısı
deferred revenue
(Ticaret) peşin elde edilen gelir
deferred revenue
(Ticaret) önceden tahsil edilmiş gelir
deferred revenue
(Ticaret) peşin elde edilmiş gelir
defraud the revenue
gelirini tam göstermemek
defraud the revenue
vergi kaçırmak
defraud the revenue
(fiil)rgi kaçırmak, gelirini tam göstermemek
earn advertisement revenue
reklam geliri elde etmek
estimation of revenue
(Ticaret) gelir tahmini
generate advertisement revenue
reklam geliri elde etmek
generate advertising revenue
reklam geliri elde etmek
gross revenue
bürüt hasılat
gross revenue
(Ticaret) gayrisafi gelir
gross revenue
(Kanun,Ticaret) brüt hasılat
gross revenue
(Ticaret) gayri safi gelir
imputed revenue
(Ticaret) farzedilen gelir
imputed revenue
(Ticaret) farazi hasılat
inland revenue
İng. yurt içinde tahsil edilen vergi
inland revenue authority
(Ticaret) kamu gelirleri idaresi
internal revenue
milli gelir
internal revenue office
defterdarlık
internal revenue office
maliye
marginal revenue product
(Ticaret) marjinal ürün değeri
missing revenue
kayıp gelir
other revenue
(Ticaret) diğer gelir
public revenue
devlet gelirleri
public revenue
devlet geliri
revenues
hasılat
revenues
aidat
revenues
kazanç
segment revenue
(Ticaret) bölüm hasılatı
segment revenue
(Ticaret) bölüm geliri
segment revenue
(Ticaret) faaliyet alanı hasılatı
special revenue
(Ticaret) özel gelir
tariff revenue
(Ticaret) gümrük tarifesi geliri
the Inland Revenue
(Britanya'daki milli) vergi dairesi
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The total income received from a given source
The net revenue, net sales
All income generated for some political entity's treasury by taxation and other means
The total sales; turnover
The income returned by an investment
Hence, return; reward; as, a revenue of praise
{n} the income of a prince or state
Income from taxes and other sources that the State collects and receives into the treasury for public use
Money earned For health plans, the primary source of revenue is from premiums However, health plans can also generate revenues from administrative services, contracts or investments such as stocks
The income statement recognition of a sale to a customer Revenue is recorded when the product or service is delivered or ownership of it changes to the customer
All funds received from external sources, net of refunds and correcting transactions Noncash transactions such as receipt of services, commodities, or other receipts "in kind" are excluded Funds received from the issuance of debt, liquidation of investments, and nonroutine sale of property are also excluded Unless otherwise indicated, state funds come from the Uniform School Fund (USF), the primary source of which is the state income tax and local funds come from local property taxes (via levies by local school boards against the value [assessed valuation] of local property)
The addition to cash or other current assets of governmental funds (receipts) which do not increase any liability or reserve and do not represent the recovery of an expenditure, i e , reimbursements Generally, revenue is derived from taxes, licenses and fees or investment earnings
the money flowing into some government or administration cash by taxation
Expenditure that the County Council incurs on the day to day running costs of its services including salaries and wages, running expenses of premises and vehicles as well as the annual payment of capital charges The expenditure is financed from charges for services, government grants and income from Council Tax and National Non-Domestic Rates
Total of all revenue accounts, including operating and investment revenue, as reported by the company The data will be quarterly or, if not available, the latest fiscal year data will be displayed
the net gain before subtracting the loss
is the monetary amount of annual sales, including returned merchandise and discounts, i e , it is the top monetary figure from which costs are subtracted to determine net income
That which returns, or comes back, from an investment; the annual rents, profits, interest, or issues of any species of property, real or personal; income
For those revenues which are recorded on the accrual basis, this term designates additions to assets which: (a) do not increase any liability; (b) do not represent the cancellation of certain liabilities without a corresponding increase in other liabilities or assets The same definition applies to those cases where revenues are recorded on the modified accrual or cash basis except that additions would be partially or entirely to cash
Revenue is the earnings of a company before any costs or expenses are deducted It includes all net sales of the company plus any other revenue associated with the main operations of the business (or those labeled as operating revenues) It does not include dividends, interest income or non-operating income Also called net sales BACK TO TOP
Revenue is money that a company, organization, or government receives from people. a boom year at the cinema, with record advertising revenue and the highest ticket sales since 1980 see also Inland Revenue. Internal Revenue Service revenue bond revenue sharing
The income of a government from all sources appropriated for the payment of the public expenses
income derived from any source
{i} income, return, gains; government income earned through taxation; government agency that collects tax monies; source of income
The total amount of money received by a firm from sales of its products and/or services, gains from the sales or exchange of assets, interest and dividends earned on investments, and other increases in the owner's equity except those arising from capital adjustments
Revenue occurs when a government organization provides goods and services to the public or to another government organization for a price When FCS hosts trade events and charges participants fees, it is creating revenue
Amounts received in a state fund from taxes, fees, licenses, federal grants and other sources, less refunds
The amount charged for services delivered to the patient Revenue (Net) - The gross revenue less contractual allowance, sliding fee discounts, and other adjustments
which a nation, state, or municipality collects and receives into the treasury for public use
The money a company collects from a customer for a product or service See Earnings
The recognition of income earned and the use of appropriated capital from the rendering of services in the current period
The annual yield of taxes, excise, customs, duties, rents, etc
the entire amount of income before any deductions are made
Monies from taxes, fees, fines, Federal grants, bond sales and other sources deposited in the State Treasury and available as a source of funds to State Government
The main way the government funds its outcomes It is mainly tax revenue, fees for regulatory services performed by government and interest and dividends received
  Income from taxes, fees, fines, federal grants and other sources
income earned by the project (as compared with capital investment); this income may be generated through sales or could be in the form of a revenue grant/subsidy by a funder
government income due to taxation
The total flow of funds into a company, mostly for sales of its goods or services Listed as the first category on the statement of earnings
Revenue may be defined as the gross receipts and receivables derived from taxes and all other sources It includes all public money collected or due to the Government for current, or prior fiscal years, by virtue of any Act or agreement with the Government of Canada (or agency thereof), but does not include loans made to the Government Examples of revenue are as follows
resources that are received by an organization in the course of normal business in the form of cash and notes or accounts receivable Revenue would not be resources that are received from sources other than in normal operations such as form the sale of equipment and fixtures (fixed assets), or from loans
revenue bill
a bill that levies taxes
revenue bills
plural form of revenue bill
revenue land
agricultural land that may not be used for industrial or residential purposes
revenue raising
the alleged practice of using traffic fines as a means of gathering taxes, rather than for road safety
revenue sharing grant
Federal grants distributing a portion of federal tax revenues to state and municipal governments
revenue stamp
A stamp to affix as proof that the tax due on the marked product has been paid
revenue stamps
plural form of revenue stamp
revenue stream
A company's revenue stream is the amount of money that it receives from selling a particular product or service. "The events business, she said, was crucial to the group in that it provides a constant revenue stream."
revenue bond
A bond which is payable from a specific source of revenue and to which the full faith and credit of an issuer with taxing power is not pledged Revenue bonds are payable from identified sources of revenue, and do not permit the bondholders to compel taxation or legislative appropriation of funds not pledged for payment of debt service Pledged revenues may be derived from operation of the financed project, grants and excise or other specified non-ad-valorem taxes Generally, no voter approval is required prior to issuance of such obligations Compare: GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND
revenue bond
A municipal bond issued to finance public works such as bridges or tunnels or sewer systems and supported directly by the revenues of the project For instance, if a municipal revenue bond is issued to build a bridge, the tolls collected from motorists using the bridge are committed for paying off the bond Holders of these bonds have no claims on the issuer's other resources BACK TO TOP
revenue bond
a bond issued by an agency that is commissioned to finance public works; revenue from the public property is used to pay off the bond
revenue bond
A bond whose interest and principal are payable from a specific source of revenue, not from the general taxes of a municipality
revenue bond
A municipal bond whose issuer's ability to pay interest and principal is based on revenue earned from a specific project
revenue bond
A municipal bond whose debt service is payable solely from the revenues derived from operating the facilities acquired or constructed with the proceeds of the bonds
revenue bond
A bond issued by an agency commissioned to finance the building or improving of a public property, such as a bridge or toll road, the revenue from which will pay for the bond. or limited obligation bond Bond issued by a municipality, state, or public agency authorized to build, acquire, or improve a revenue-producing property such as a waterworks, electric generating plant, or railroad. Unlike general-obligation bonds, which are repaid through a variety of tax sources, revenue bonds are payable from specified revenues only, usually the revenues from the facility for which the bond was originally issued. Revenue bonds typically pay interest rates higher than those of general-obligation bonds. The separation of the revenue bond obligation from a municipality's other bond obligations allows the municipality to circumvent legislated debt limits
revenue bond
A bond issued by a municipality to finance either a project or an enterprise in which the issuer pledges to the bondholders the revenues generated by the operation of the projects financed Examples are hospital revenue bonds and sewer revenue bonds
revenue bond
A municipal bond backed by the revenue-generating capacity of the issuer; requires that the principal and interest be paid only if a sufficient level of revenue is generated
revenue bond
~ A bond that is secured by a specific source of revenue rather than by tax receipts No pledge to levy taxes to pay for the bonds is made or implied
revenue bond
A bond issued by a municipality to finance either a project or an enterprise where the issuer pledges to the bondholders the revenues generated by the operating projects financed, for instance, hospital revenue bonds and sewer revenue bonds
revenue bond
A municipal bond used to finance public works such as bridges, tunnels, or sewers Principal and interest on the bond are paid directly from the revenues of the project, such as tolls (Opposite: G O , or General Obligation Bond, which relies on the taxpayers of a municipality to repay the debt )
revenue bond
A tax-free municipal bond payable from revenues derived from tolls, charges, or rents paid by users of the facility constructed with the proceeds of the bond issue
revenue bond
A bond payable solely from net or gross nontax revenues derived from tolls, charges or rents paid by users of the facility constructed with the proceeds of the bond issue
revenue bond
~ A bond that is secured by a specific source of revenue rather than by tax receipts No pledge to levy taxes to pay for the bonds is made or implied
revenue bond
– A Bond the debt service on which is payable solely from the revenue generated from the operation of the facilities being financed or from other non-tax sources
revenue bond
A municipal bond supported by the revenue from a specific project, such as a toll road, bridge, or municipal coliseum
revenue bond
a bond on which the debt service is payable solely from the revenue generated from the operation of the project being financed or a category of facilities, or from other non-tax sources An example of a "revenue bond" is a sewerage system revenue bond which is payable solely from the revenues collected for the treatment of wastewater
revenue sharing
The percentage split between the general partner and limited partners of profits and losses resulting from the operation of the involved business
revenue sharing
               Program that allows for federal funds to be used by state and local governments to be spent at the discretion of the receiving governments
revenue sharing
A term used to describe rebating (qv) to a corporation by a travel agency See rebate
revenue sharing
distribution of part of the federal tax income to states and municipalities
revenue sharing
The process by which some revenues are distributed to all teams rather than simply the teams that generate them
revenue sharing
Français : Répartition des revenus entre transporteurs Deutsch : Einnahmenaufteilung zwischen Betreibern Sharing of the revenue amongst the operators concerned, through the use of ticketing devices which record every journey made, in situations where one ticket is valid on Services run by more than one operator See also : Revenue analysis
revenue sharing
online marketing deal wherein both companies share the revenue produced from advertisement online or online sales to consumers (Internet); percentage of profits and losses divided between the general partner and limited partners that results from the transaction of the involved business
revenue sharing
Distribution of a portion of federal tax revenues to state and municipal governments. Funding arrangement in which one government unit grants a portion of its tax income to another government unit. For example, provinces or states may share revenue with local governments, or national governments may share revenue with provinces or states. Laws determine the formulas by which revenue is shared, limiting the controls that the unit supplying the money can exercise over the receiver and specifying whether matching funds must be supplied by the receiver. Forms of revenue sharing have been used in several countries, including Canada, India, and Switzerland. From 1972 to 1986 the U.S. pursued a revenue-sharing program in which state and local governments received federal funds to spend as they saw fit
revenue sharing
The splitting of operating profits and losses between the general partner and limited partners in a limited partnership More generally, the practice of sharing operating profits with a company's employees, or of sharing the revenues resulting between companies in an alliance
revenue stamp
government stamp on documents and official certificates, special stamp used on contracts
revenue stamp
A stamp affixed to an item as proof that a government tax has been paid
revenue stamp
a stamp that is put on an object to show that a government tax has been paid
revenue tariff
A tariff imposed chiefly to generate public revenue
revenue tariff
a tariff imposed to raise revenue
Internal Revenue Service
The United States government agency that collects taxes and enforces the internal revenue laws
total revenue
The revenue from each item multiplied by the number of items sold
marginal revenue
(Bilim, İlim) Additional revenue that will be generated by increasing product sales by one unit
controller of revenue
Revenue Control (RM) is a scientific strategy that includes Functions Research, Data and Client Connection Control and categorizes customers into cost companies, according to various services
gross revenue
Income (at invoice values) received for goods and services over some given period of time
total revenue
Total sales and other revenue for the period shown. Known as "turnover" in the UK
unearned revenue
Personal income that you did not earn (e.g., dividends or interest or rent income), unearned income
unearned revenue
(accounting) income received but not yet earned (usually considered a current liability on a company's balance sheet), unearned income
Inland Revenue
In Britain, the Inland Revenue is the government authority which collects income tax and some other taxes. the Inland Revenue the government department which collects national taxes in Britain
Inland Revenue Service
In the United States, the Inland Revenue Service is the government authority which collects taxes. The abbreviation IRS is often used
Internal Revenue Service
governmental department which deals with the collection of income taxes and taxes on domestic goods
Internal Revenue Service
the IRS. Agency of the U.S. Department of the Treasury charged with administering and enforcing federal tax laws, except those relating to alcohol, tobacco, firearms, and explosives. It issues rulings and regulations to supplement the provisions of the Internal Revenue Code; determines, assesses, and collects internal revenue taxes; and determines exempt organization status
average revenue
mean profit, average profit made by a business from the sale of a product or service
cash revenue
liquid income obtained by businesses
inland revenue
a board of the British government that administers and collects major direct taxes
internal revenue
government revenue from domestic sources (excluding customs)
internal revenue service
The federal agency responsible for the collection of federal taxes, including personal and corporate income taxes, Social Security taxes, and excise and gift taxes
internal revenue service
Your financial partner - more interested in your gains than in your losses Seriously, the taxing authority of the United States
internal revenue service
(IRS) The federal agency in the United States with responsibility for regulating public charities and foundations, as part of its authority under the Internal Revenue Code
internal revenue service
The federal agency with responsibility for regulating foundations and their activities On-line at www irs gov
internal revenue service
The U S Treasury Department agency responsible for collecting taxes, administering business, and individual tax programs
internal revenue service
The agency of the U S Treasury Department that enforces the tax laws made by Congress
internal revenue service
The federal agency responsible for the collection federal taxes, including personal and corporate income taxes, social security taxes, and excise and gift taxes
internal revenue service
The federal agency with responsibility for regulating public charities and foundations, as part of its authority under the Internal Revenue Code Joint Funding: A Grant project supported by more than one donor, each of whom may provide monies for a specific component of the overall project or who may contribute to a common pool of funds Matching Gifts Program: A corporate contributions program that will match contributions made by employees, retirees, and their spouses to qualifying nonprofit organizations Each corporation establishes specific guidelines regarding the type of organizations included, donor eligibility, and the dollar amount that will be matched
internal revenue service
A part of the United States Department of the Treasury that is responsible for enforcing the provisions of laws and regulations concerning income taxes in the United States
internal revenue service
The federal agency with responsibility for regulating foundations and their activities
internal revenue service
an agency of the federal government that is responsible for the administration and collection of federal income taxes The IRS prints and distributes tax forms and audits tax returns
internal revenue service
The federal agency which administers the tax laws of the United States
internal revenue service
The government agency charged with the collection of taxes The income tax code and regulations often affect the requirement of a defined contribution plan
internal revenue service
the bureau of the Treasury Department responsible for tax collections
internal revenue service
The federal agency responsible for collecting income taxes Student aid applications are often verified by their family's IRS forms
internal revenue service
This branch of the U S Treasury Department is responsible for administering the requirements of qualified pension plans and other retirement vehicles The IRS also worked with the DOL and the PWBC to develop Form 5500, and is now responsible for monitoring the data submitted annually on Form 5500 reports
internal revenue service
The division of the U S Treasury Department responsible for collecting taxes
internal revenue service
The taxing authority for the Federal Government of the United States
internal revenue service
the agency of the federal government that's responsible for collecting federal income and other taxes and enforcing the rules of the department of the treasury
internal revenue service
Federal agency that administers the INTERNAL REVENUE CODE The IRS is part of the United States Treasury Department
marginal revenue
the change in total revenue due to a one-unit increase in quantity sold (chapter 6)
marginal revenue
the change in total revenue that results from the sale of one or more units of a product
marginal revenue
The change in total revenue resulting from a one-unit increase in the quantity sold
marginal revenue
The increase in revenue associated with increasing sales by one unit
marginal revenue
the change in total revenue that results from selling an additional unit
marginal revenue
the increase in total revenue when sales are increased by one unit MC = MR: profit maximising output
marginal revenue
The change in total revenue that occurs when a company sells an additional unit of a product p 595
marginal revenue
The change in total revenue from an additional unit sold (pg 14)
marginal revenue
The addition to total revenue resulting from the sale of one additional unit of output
marginal revenue
the change in total revenue resulting from increasing sales by one unit
marginal revenue
the extra revenue received by a firm for selling one additional unit of a good
marginal revenue
income of a business from sales of every additional product, MR (Economics)
marginal revenue
The change in total revenue as a result of producing one additional unit of output
pawn revenue
income resulting from a mortgaged asset
revenues
~ Increases in net current assets
revenues
Increases in a company’s resources form the sale of goods or services
revenues
Inflows of assets received in exchange for products or services provided to customers
revenues
Funds collected from the public arising from the sovereign power of the government Federal revenues consist of receipts from income taxes (individual and corporate), excise taxes, and estate and gift taxes; social insurance contributions (payroll taxes); customs duties; fees and fines; and miscellaneous receipts, such as Federal Reserve earnings, gifts, and contributions Federal revenues are also known as governmental receipts but do not include offsetting receipts, which are recorded as negative budget authority and outlays Compare with offsetting receipts [Back to top]
revenues
Receipts collected by the government from taxes, duties, user fees, and premiums from social insurance programs
revenues
(See sales) (See (p 5))
revenues
Stamps representing the prepayment or payment of various taxes Revenues are affixed to official documents and to merchandise Some stamps, including many issues of the British Commonwealth, are inscribed "Postage and Revenue'' and were available for either use Such issues are usually worth less fiscally canceled than postally used In some cases, revenues have been used provisionally as postage stamps See also Fiscal
revenues
University revenues are defined as inflows of funds or other resources committed to the ongoing operation and mission of the University For financial reporting purposes, revenues are reported according to the primary source of these resources
revenues
The money a company brings in This is the gross or total inflow of funds, before any expenses are paid
revenues
These are the sources of income to fund state government, including revenues from various taxes such as individual and corporate income taxes and from interest income from state investments
revenues
The dollar amount of sales generated by a company
revenues
The actual price(s) received for a product multiplied by the number of items sold
revenues
Additions to assets which do not increase any liability, do not represent the recovery of an expenditure, do not represent the cancellation of certain liabilities without a corresponding increase in other liabilities or a decrease in assets, and do not represent contributions of fund capital in Food Service and Pupil Activity funds
revenues
Money that is gained from an investment or business undertaking
revenues
Monies received or anticipated by a local government from either tax or nontax sources
revenues
plural of revenue
revenues
the amount a firm receives for selling its products, equal to the price received multiplied by the quantity sold
revenues
Inflows or other enhancement of assets of an entity or settlement of liabilities (or a combination of both) during a period from delivering or producing goods, rendering services, or other activities that constitute the entity’s ongoing major or central operations
revenues
{i} proceeds from sales or royalties; gross income of a business
revenues
  Sources of income available to finance County services or programs during a fiscal year, including transfers between funds   Examples: taxes, state and federal aid, interest on investments, fines and forfeitures, fees for licenses and permits, charges for services, etc
revenues
Increases in a company's resources from the sale of goods or services
revenues
are inflows or other enhancements, or savings in outflows, of future economic benefits in the form of increases in assets or reductions in liabilities of Defence, other than those relating to contributions by the Commonwealth, that result in an increase in equity during the reporting period
revenues
All funds received from external sources, net of refunds and correcting transactions Noncash transactions such as receipt of services, commodities, or other receipts ''in kind'' are excluded, as are funds received from the issuance of debt, liquidation of investments, or nonroutine sale of property
revenues
The amounts earned from a company's sales of products and services to its customers
the inland revenue
tax authorities, group responsible for collecting taxes
total revenue
total of income of a business from the sale of products (Economics)
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык

Определение revenue в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

ilan pulu revenue stamp affixed
to advertisements
revenue

    Расстановка переносов

    rev·e·nue

    Турецкое произношение

    revınyu

    Антонимы

    debt, payment

    Произношение

    /ˈrevəˌnyo͞o/ /ˈrɛvəˌnjuː/

    Этимология

    [ re-v&-"nü, -"nyü ] (noun.) 15th century. Recorded in English from 1433, "income from property or possessions", from Middle French revenue Old French "a return" (modern French 'revenu'), the prop. feminine past participle of revenir "come back" (=modern French) from Latin revenire "to return, come back", itself from re- "back" + venire "to come"

    Общие Словосочетания

    revenue office

    Видео

    ... do we have enough revenue to make those investments? And this is where there's a difference because ...
    ... enough tax revenue coming in. If somehow the numbers don't add up, would you be willing ...

    Слово дня

    sass
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