sales turnover

sales turnover UK US noun [C or U] ACCOUNTING, FINANCE, COMMERCE
the total amount of money that a company receives from the sale of products or services in a particular period of time: »

The company has seen a remarkable increase in its retail sales turnover.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • Turnover tax — A turnover tax is similar to a sales tax or a VAT, with the difference that it taxes intermediate and possibly capital goods. It is an indirect tax, typically on an ad valorem basis, applicable to a production process or stage. For example, when… …   Wikipedia

  • turnover ratio — Fin [m1]1. stock or inventory turnover ratio, a measure of the number of times in a year that a business’s stock or inventory is turned over. It is calculated as the cost of sales divided by the average book value of inventory/stock. 2. fixed… …   The ultimate business dictionary

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