The Difference Between Gross and Net Revenue | businessnewsdaily.com


Gross revenue and net revenue are distinct from each other, but both are important for small businesses to track.

  • Gross revenue is the amount of money a business brings in from sales in a given period.
  • Net revenue is the amount of money a business brings in from sales in a given period minus the expenses it incurred over the same period.
  • Gross revenue tells you how many sales your business is driving, while net revenue compares your income to your expenses.
  • This article is for business owners who want to improve their financial literacy and accounting practices.

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