The difference between profit and revenue.

Revenue can be “virtual”, for example, if the company operates on a deferred payment basis, allowing its customers to deposit money later. Profit can be expressed only upon the fact of all settlements, when the funds are either received in hand or transferred to a bank account.

  • Expression. Revenue is a single-digit value, since it consists of all receipts. Profit can be gross (total) and net (remaining after all fees have been paid to the state).
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