gross sales


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Noun1.gross sales - income (at invoice values) received for goods and services over some given period of timegross sales - income (at invoice values) received for goods and services over some given period of time
income - the financial gain (earned or unearned) accruing over a given period of time
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AFFI) is expecting member companies to enjoy a collective increase in gross sales up to 20 percent, reaching close to P130 billion worth of gross sales, a top official said.
Gross Sales for 2013 was $1,503,000 with net profit at $220,000.
In 2012, the Swatch Group generated gross sales of 8.
Pennsylvania, by the top-ranked control state by nearly a two-to-one margin, saw its gross sales increase by $27 million.
said unaudited gross sales for the quarter ended Sept.
As such, W may not accrue $16,000 of gross sales in 2002, because it does not have a fixed right to that amount.
The commercial producers surveyed in the Commercial Producer Project were broken into three main groups: 1) mid-sized producers ($100,000 to $499,999 1997 gross sales); 2) typical large producers (85 percent of the respondents with gross sales exceeding $500,000); and 3) extra-large producers (top 15 percent of the respondents with gross sales exceeding $500,000).
Also, there are several popular independent restaurants that prefer not to disclose their gross sales.
The leases covered two stores and provided for pay payment by Woolworth of a base rent plus a percentage of its gross sales above a "break" point for each of the two stores.
Domestic gross sales down 2 percent and international gross sales up 3 percent;
132-3(b)(2)(iv) provides that if sales at discounted prices make up at least 35% of the employer's gross sales for the representative period, the employer uses the discounted price in determining the employees' discount.