Gross Loss

Business / Accounting / Gross Loss: The balance of the trading account assuming it has a debit balance.

Other Words for Gross

Gross Adjective Synonyms: coarse, vulgar, crude, unsophisticated, uncultured, uncultivated, earthy, crass, indelicate, indecent, inappropriate, unseemly, improper, unrefined, bawdy, ribald, Rabelaisian, raw, rude, offensive, obscene, lewd, dirty, smutty, pornographic, filthy
Gross Noun Synonyms: fat, obese, corpulent, overweight, big, large, bulky, great, heavy, ponderous, massive, cumbersome, unwieldy
Gross Verb Synonyms: total, aggregate, entire, pre-tax, (all-)inclusive, overall, whole
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Other Words for Loss

Loss Noun Synonyms: diminution, erosion, reduction, impoverishment, depletion, shrinkage
Loss Verb Synonyms: deprivation, bereavement, privation, denial, sacrifice, forfeiture, disappearance
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Net Loss

Business / Accounting / Net Loss: The value of expenses less sales assuming that the expenses are greater (ie. if the profit and loss account shows a debit balance). MORE

Net Operating Loss (NOL)

Business / Finance / Net Operating Loss (NOL): The excess of business expenses over income in a given tax year. MORE

Net Income (Or Net Loss)

Business / Accounting / Net Income (Or Net Loss): A measure of the overall performance of a business entity: equal to revenues minus expenses for the period. MORE

Molossus

Life Style / Poetry / Molossus: Greek and latin metrical foot consisting of long, long, and long syllables / ' ' ' /. MORE

Market Loss Payments

Business / Agriculture / Market Loss Payments: Term used in the Omnibus Consolidated and Emergency Appropriations Act, FY1999 (P.L. 105-277, October 21, 1998), to describe the one-time $3.1 billion in emergency income support payments authorized f MORE

Modified Adjusted Gross Income (MAGI)

Business / Taxes / Modified Adjusted Gross Income (MAGI): Your modified adjusted gross income (MAGI) is your adjusted gross income (AGI) plus deductions, such as college loan interest and contributions to a deductible individual retirement account (IRA), whi MORE

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