RETURN ON SALES Definition

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RETURN ON SALES is a measure of a companys profitability, equal to a fiscal years pre-tax income divided by total sales.

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BACKUP is a copy of a computer program or data stored separately from the original.

SUBLEDGER is for the purpose of organizing revenue and expense transaction for only one account, e.g., For an individual salesperson, like a general ledger, the subledger has different default account types, each from a salespersons perspective, not a company perspective. Thus, Due is due to the salesperson and Payable is payable by the salesperson.

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