profit

profit
/'prɒfɪt/ noun
money gained from a sale which is more than the money spent on making the item sold or on providing the service offered
to take your profit to sell shares at a higher price than was paid for them, and so realise the profit, rather than to keep them as an investment
to show a profit to make a profit and state it in the company accounts
We are showing a small profit for the first quarter.
to make a profit to have more money as a result of a deal
to move into profit to start to make a profit
The company is breaking even now, and expects to move into profit within the next two months.
to sell at a profit to sell at a price which gives you a profit
healthy profit quite a large profit
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‘…because capital gains are not taxed and money taken out in profits and dividends is taxed, owners of businesses will be using accountants and tax experts to find loopholes in the law’ [Toronto Star]
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‘…the bank transferred $5 million to general reserve compared with $10 million the previous year which made the consolidated profit and loss account look healthier’ [Hongkong Standard]

Dictionary of banking and finance. 2015.

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