What is net income

 

The total revenue in an accounting period minus all expenses during the same period. If income taxes and interest are not deducted, it is called operating profit (or Loss, as the case may be). Also called earnings, net earnings, or net profit.

 

 

درآمد کل در یک دوره حسابداری منهای کلیه هزینه ها در همان دوران. اگر مالیات بر درآمد و بهره کسر نمی کند، آن را به نام سود عملیاتی (یا از دست دادن، به عنوان مورد ممکن است). نیز نامیده می شود درآمد، درآمد خالص، و یا سود خالص.

 

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چهارشنبه 30 آبان 1397.
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